Long-time Darien resident Donald Lloyd Fernow, 94, passed away of natural causes on Dec. 6. Continue Reading →
Sometime overnight between Sunday and Monday, Dec. 2 and 3, a store on the Post Road was burglarized after a rear door was forcibly entered — but the store owner reported only $40 missing from the cash register, police said. Continue Reading →
The Darien High School Tudor Singers will once again headline a festival of sacred and popular seasonal music at the First Congregational Church’s annual Candlelight Concert on Sunday, Dec. 16 at 7:00 p.m. Continue Reading →
Elizabeth (Wisty) DeCoster Moseley of Woods Hole, Massachusetts, died at the age of 92, Nov. 30 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. Continue Reading →
“An Old Fashioned Holiday” outdoor celebration with lights, ornament and cookie decorating, writing letters to Santa, hot cider, snacks and visits from Frosty and one of Santa’s reindeer.
The free event, organized by Darien Parks and Recreation Department, takes place from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15 at Tilley Pond Park Continue Reading →
How would you like to commute above the traffic by aerial cableway? Thousands do it daily in cities around the world and more places are looking at this technology as a solution. Continue Reading →
Parents are invited to learn about e-cigarettes and vaping at the Depot youth center on Thursday, Dec. 13, as part of the Depot’s “Coffee & Conversation” series. Continue Reading →
This Sunday, Dec. 9, fans of classical music are invited to hear Alicia Qin and Edward Yudolevich performing works by Debussy and Liszt, followed by an open lesson in classical music performance by pianist Zachary Saffa. Continue Reading →
A Bloc of Writers, a Greenwich-based writing, editing, and tutoring company, has launched a new service called Essay Rx, designed to help students proof, polish, and perfect their college admissions essays. Continue Reading →
George William Lohr, Jr., 83 of Landrum, South Carolina, previously of Darien, passed away peacefully at his home Thanksgiving morning, Nov. 22. Continue Reading →
Jeanne Theresa Ladue, 90, died Nov. 8 at Wake Robin nursing home in Shelburne, Vermont, surrounded by her family. Continue Reading →
The holidays are filled with festive family, friend and work celebrations that often involve alcohol. The team at Jonathan Perkins Injury Lawyers wants everyone to enjoy getting together, while making sure everyone gets home safely. Continue Reading →
Theodora Cogswell “Do” Deland of Darien died at the Stamford Hospital on Nov. 20, after suffering a cerebral hemorrhage the previous Friday. Her family was at her bedside. Continue Reading →
Before giving in to your kid’s plea for a new toy, you may want to collect some information about it. Why? Well, for one thing, that toy may want to collect information about your kid. Continue Reading →
It’s time for the annual office holiday party. This is much more than just a celebration of the season. It’s a test, and you better believe that management is watching very carefully. How can you perform at your best? Continue Reading →
As if crumbling bridges and pot-holed highways weren’t enough to worry about, America’s transportation network now faces a new crisis: a shortage of truck drivers. Continue Reading →
These properties recently were sold in Darien, according to records in the Town Clerk’s Office: Continue Reading →
“Crazy Rich Asians” is tonight’s Darien Library Friday Night Feature, with two showings — at 6:30 and 8:45 p.m. Continue Reading →
The Connecticut Fair Housing Center and the state Department of Housing invite you to a forum from 1 to 3 p.m., Friday, Dec. 7 at Darien Library to learn about the findings of a new study on state-funded housing complexes.
These buildings provide housing to both elderly tenants and younger tenants with disabilities. Continue Reading →
With ongoing change a mantra for today’s digital age, the importance of traditional gestures — such as sending holiday greeting cards — is sometimes in question.
For example, is sending the boss a holiday card a good idea? Continue Reading →
Here’s how several Darien restaurants and other food-serving establishments fared in the most recently released town Health Department inspection reports. Continue Reading →
Here’s Deirdre McGovern’s report on Darien and Rowayton real estate for Nov. 29 to Dec. 6, 2018: Continue Reading →
Consuelo Meloy Nussbaum, 91, died peacefully Dec. 4, 2018 at Edgehill in Stamford. She was 91. Continue Reading →
Darien police recently asked the public if they can identify a man caught on camera this past weekend and suspected of stealing a package left in front of a home on Hollow Tree Ridge Road.
The problem of “porch pilfering” is longstanding, goes well beyond Darien and could always get worse as the convenient practice of ordering items online and getting home deliveries increases. Here’s some advice. Continue Reading →