The Darien Police Department and the Darien animal control officer have received a significant increase in calls regarding “abandoned fawns.” Here is information you should be aware of before contacting the police department: Continue Reading →
Kathleen Keegan Lyons, 78, of Darien, entered into eternal peace on Thursday, June 13. Continue Reading →
Due to the traditionally large turnout for the Middlesex Middle School [Monday, June 17] and Darien High School [Tuesday, June 18] graduations, both of which are held at DHS, the Darien Police Department advises that the following traffic regulations are being put into effect. Continue Reading →
Sally Shore Payne passed away, June 8, 2019 in Norwalk, with her family by her side. She was 87. Continue Reading →
Here are the latest inspection reports for Darien restaurants and other food-serving establishments just released by Darien Health Department. Continue Reading →
These properties recently were sold in Darien, according to records in the Town Clerk’s Office: Continue Reading →
Here’s Realtor Deirdre McGovern’s report on Darien and Rowayton real estate from June 6 to 13, 2019: Continue Reading →
Darien police say a New Canaan contractor charged with failing to return customers’ money after failing to complete home renovations was actually doing this to three separate customers in Darien, not the one initially described. Continue Reading →
When employees came to work Wednesday, June 5 at one of the businesses on the ground level of a medical office building across the street from Spring Grove Cemetery, they found one a window had been pushed open and the screen removed, police said. Continue Reading →
You and your kids are invited to nine, free outdoor concerts for children and parents from 6 to 8 p.m., Wednesdays at the Levitt Pavilion in Westport, starting with the band Milkshake on June 26. Continue Reading →
With a state law that would tax and eventually ban single-use plastic checkout bags now awaiting Gov. Ned Lamont’s signature and a Darien ordinance also restricting checkout bags, just passed by the RTM, the coming rules can appear confusing. Continue Reading →
Richard Alan Feldon, 87, went to a Super Bowl in heaven after passing away on Friday, June 7. Continue Reading →
Borrow ye books and stuff while ye may — Darien Library will be closed on Friday, June 14 as the parking lot is paved. Continue Reading →
Theatre 308, Darien High School’s premiere acting and performance arts club, yet again won numerous awards at two statewide theater awards programs. Continue Reading →
The Darien Summer Nights concert series for 2019 begins at Grove Street Plaza on Friday, June 21, with Bad Dog Buddy, organizers have announced. Fifteen concerts are scheduled, with the last one on Sept. 27.
A teenager, said to be intoxicated by a friend who told police he couldn’t find him, became unruly Saturday night at Dunkin Donuts, then became belligerent and, when he was arrested, used racist slurs, police said. Continue Reading →
An ordinance restricting checkout bags at stores in town and a project costing about $63 million to replace the Ox Ridge School building were approved Monday night by the Darien Representative Town Meeting.
The RTM also approved proposals to fund improvements at Highland Farm park (the 16-plus-acre tract of land the town bought from the Ox Ridge Riding & Racquet Club) and to accept a gift of as much as $300,000 from the Darien Athletic Foundation to construct a path for the Darien High School cross-country track team path around the edges of the high school campus.
Ellen Terzian “Bunny” Ericsson left for heaven from home in Darien surrounded by love on Saturday, May 18. She was 92. Continue Reading →
Mansfield Avenue homeowners had to arrange to have the work on their house completed after they paid $650,000 to a New Canaan contractor who accepted the money, stopped doing the work, didn’t pay subcontractors and wouldn’t give a refund, police said. Continue Reading →
Elsie M. Bromfield, 90, was welcomed into the arms of Jesus on March 27, 2019 in Greenville, South Carolina. Continue Reading →
Why is there so much scorn for those who ride the bus?
Forty-one million trips are taken on 12,000 public buses each year in Connecticut in communities across the state (not counting school buses). Yet, those riders are regarded as losers, not by the transit operators, but by those who drive by car. Continue Reading →
Learn when to hold ’em and when to fold ’em — Darien Library is presenting a five-week class covering the basics of poker and including several different games.
Darien police issued a reminder on Facebook recently: If you’re walking or jogging, state law says you need to use the sidewalk when one is available. Continue Reading →