Meteorologist and author Eric Fisher will discuss his book, “Mighty Storms of New England,” in a virtual event Tuesday evening, Jan. 25.
Darien native Dan Micciche, current musical director for Wicked on Broadway, is bringing Broadway to Darien on Dec. 19 with a concert at Noroton Presbyterian Church.
Broadway performers from The Phantom of the Opera, Wicked, Hamilton, and Disney’s Frozen, alongside members of the NPC Chamber Choir and Orchestra, will perform holiday favorites.
A catalytic converter was stolen out from under a 2000 Ford F-250 pickup truck parked in the lower parking lot in front of Town Hall on Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 11, police said.
Two envelopes, each holding a check, were stolen Monday, Jan. 10, from the mailbox outside a home on Bittersweet Lane, a man told Darien police.
A jacket was the only item reported stolen overnight Jan. 10 to 11 from unlocked vehicles parked outside three homes on Five Mile River Road, according to police.
Edward James Waters of Darien passed away on Jan. 12, 2022. He was 80 years old.
Dorothy “Dot” Ann Pospischil, 70, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa died Friday, Jan. 14, 2022 at Mercy Medical Center.
One person was injured by an explosion late Sunday morning in a building near the bowling area at Wee Burn Country Club, police said.
A 32-year-old man was found asleep in the middle of one of the intersections of Rings End Road and Harbor Road at about 1:30 a.m., Monday, Jan. 10, Darien police said.
When he was given breath tests almost an hour later, police said, the results were nearly three times the legally allowed alcohol content in his blood, according to police.
In an age of ever-faster trains connecting major cities globally, is there any future for anachronistic night trains with sleeping cars? Why, yes!
Janet Unz Phyfe, 97, died Thursday, Oct. 28, 2021 at Masonicare in Wallingford.
A mood of quiet excitement filled the gym on Jan. 8.
“Let’s go! You got it!” The calls rang out, with Darien gymnasts encouraging each other to jump higher and finish stronger on vault, bars, beam, and floor.
Nearly half of all pregnant women at Yale-New Haven Health’s network of hospitals have tested positive COVID-19, the organization’s officials said Wednesday at an online news conference.
When a woman living on Hollow Tree Ridge Road checked her mailbox on Wednesday, Jan. 5, she found it open and empty, although a package had been delivered, according to the U.S. Postal Service.
A 24-year-old man was charged with driving while under the influence Saturday after a police officer saw his car go over the double yellow line on the Post Road near Noroton Avenue, police said.
On Friday, Jan. 7, 2022, at 9:30 p.m., Elder Robin Ann Dancy, surrounded by her husband, daughters, and granddaughter, was escorted by the angels from this life into the eternal presence of God.
Irene “Carol” Kubovic died peacefully on Dec. 25, 2021 at AdventHealth Orlando. She was 82. She was the devoted wife and partner to John Kubovic for over 60 years.
Christopher Li, a 4th grader at Hindley School, came in first place at the 2021 Piano Star International Competition.
In the event, live-streamed on Dec. 11, Christopher performed in Amateur Group B, competing against 37 players from 13 countries. The competition was judged by professional pianists and college professors.
Katherine Kelly Young passed away on Dec. 31, 2021 in New Canaan. She was 59.
To the editor,
I don’t think it is an exaggeration to say we are all weary of the coronavirus and its variants. So many people and organizations have been working so hard, for so long, to help protect us and care for those in need. Everyone, understandably, must be tired.
Our love affair with the automobile depends on one thing: free parking. After driving on our “free” highways, we have to park someplace, and we all hate to pay for what’s really a privilege. It’s as if there’s some constitutional right to free parking.
The Darien Health Department advises residents to test their homes for radon gas especially now that many families are spending more time at home due to COVID-19. Limited numbers of free test kits are now available at the Darien Health Department office.
Gerald Otto Strauch, M.D., was born into eternal life on Jan. 2, 2022 after an extremely full, productive and wonderful life.
Hollis Taggart is pleased to present Parallels: Chloë Lamb and Bill Scott, a two-person exhibition of British artist Chloë Lamb (b. 1960) and American artist Bill Scott (b. 1956), who both work in the tradition of 20th century colorists and abstract expressionists.
Cameron Herbert Repp a resident of Norwalk, passed away peacefully at home on Dec. 12, 2021 at the age of 92.