When a 26-year-old Bronx woman was arrested trying to cash a forged check at a Darien bank last March, Darien police said, they confiscated her phone and looked through it. They found a video with what appeared to be a girl performing a sex act on an adult male. Continue Reading →
A noise complaint at 2:30 a.m., Sunday brought police to a Country Club Road home resulted in Darien police arresting an 18-year-old man charged with providing alcohol to people under age 21. Continue Reading →
“Why don’t we just ban all trucks from our interstate highways in rush hour?”
A mayor of a small Fairfield County town recently asked me this question. He’s a smart guy who obviously had given a lot of thought to resolving our traffic woes and believed he had the answer to the transportation crisis. Continue Reading →
The town government will be rebuilding the front entrance to the Town of Darien Town Hall. When construction is done, the entrance will have both interior and exterior handicap accessible ramps. Continue Reading →
The next day you can drop off your household hazardous waste in the area is Saturday, Aug. 25 in Norwalk. Continue Reading →
Darien Summer Nights is hosting a special concert fundraiser on behalf of the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement, featuring the Spadtastics from 6 to 10 p.m., Aug. 31 at Tilley Pond Park. Continue Reading →
Bud, of The Kind Buds, returns to Grove Street Plaza at 6 p.m., Friday, Aug. 17 with his original music as well as your favorites from Jerry Garcia, Beatles, Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd. Continue Reading →
Announced plans to close a stretch of Hoyt Street between Camp Avenue and Woodway Road have been CANCELLED due to expected rain, and the rain date of Saturday, Aug. 25 will be used instead, Darien police announced.
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Darien Library has an “Escape the Room” 30-minute mystery game that children, teens and whole families can play either this coming Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. It’s called “The Great Train Robbery.” Continue Reading →
A reinspection of a restaurant that was given a “C” rating (the worst) resulted in the restaurant getting another “C” rating in the seven most recent health inspection reports released by the Darien Health Department.
Of the other six establishments, two received A ratings and four got A’s. All the inspections took place from Aug. 6 to 15. Continue Reading →
Darien has been notified by the Connecticut Department of Public Health that the town once again meets the renewal requirements for being designated as a “HEARTSafe Community.” Continue Reading →
These properties recently were sold in Darien, according to records in the Town Clerk’s Office: Continue Reading →
Here’s Deirdre McGovern’s report on Darien and Rowayton real estate for Aug. 9 to 16, 2018: Continue Reading →
JigJam, playing Irish music and bluegrass, will perform a free outdoor concert from 8 to 9:30 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 16 at the Levitt Pavilion in Westport. Continue Reading →
Starting next week, through Sept. 3, there will be only limited lifeguard coverage at both Weed Beach and Pear Tree Point Beach, the Parks & Recreation Department has announced. Continue Reading →
Marcy Minnick of Darien resident in state House District 147, lost to Anzelmo Graziosi of Stamford in the GOP primary for state representative in House District 147. Continue Reading →
This fall, the Tokeneke School campus will become an amusement park and haunted house, just like it does every year for the past 50: Continue Reading →
Greenwich resident Ned Lamont beat the felonious Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim by 88.2 percent to 18.8 percent across the state. In Darien, the percentage difference was much higher: 94.31 percent to 5.69 percent.
Only two other towns in the entire state were more supportive of Lamont over Ganim: Continue Reading →