FedEx says it delivered a package to a Post Road resident living near the road’s intersection with Hollow Tree Ridge Road, but the resident says she never got it.
Former Darien selectwoman and current state Housing Commissioner Evonne Klein has received an award in part for “her efforts to expand access to affordable housing through legislative action that would discourage exclusionary zoning practices,” the state Department of Housing announced. Continue Reading →
The daughter of aviator-authors Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh, is coming to Barrett Bookstore in June to speak about her new memoir, Two Lives. Continue Reading →
When, according to police an officer stopped a sport utility vehicle on Tokeneke Road with no tail lights on at 9:22 p.m., that alleged violation turned out to be the least of the driver’s problems. Continue Reading →
What are the signs and symptoms of depression? How can I help my child, relative or sibling? How do I protect myself while supporting a person suffering from depression?
Answers to these questions and a discussion about depression will be presented by Robert DiRoma. Continue Reading →
Darien’s 2018 Memorial Day parade steps off at 10 a.m. sharp on Monday, May 28 from Goodwives Shopping Center, turns right and travels on Old Kings Highway South to Brookside Road and then turns left onto the Post Road until it reaches the veterans cemetery at Spring Grove Cemetery.
Here’s more of what you should know about the parade, the Memorial Day speaker and the grand marshal, along with some instructions if you’re among the marchers. Continue Reading →
Jacqueline Teater Zwart, age 57, passed away on Sunday, May 13. Continue Reading →
All 4th Graders in Darien are welcome to attend the “Annual Spring 4th Grade Depot Party!” Continue Reading →
Pursue your interest in marine animals — and share your knowledge and enthusiasm with others — by becoming a member of the volunteer staff at the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk. Continue Reading →
Kevin Peraino, veteran foreign correspondent, will discuss the fall of Nationalist China and the triumph of Mao Zedong’s Communist forces in 1949 on Wednesday, May 23, 2018, at the Darien Men’s Association. Continue Reading →
A secret project, defying the government, helped build America’s first subway. It only ran for three years but carried hundreds of thousands of passengers, even though it only spanned 312 feet. And it was powered by air. Continue Reading →
What you can do at Darien Library this week: Learn how to start a business; how to talk to your teen about the birds and the bees, learn about coding, learn Twitter, learn Pinterest, attend a concert for kids or see a movie for adults. Continue Reading →
Bridge inspections will close lanes on Interstate 95 in Greenwich and Norwalk on some days in the upcoming week, the state Department of Transportation has announced. Here’s where: Continue Reading →
Jeffrey Rinehart Dobbs, 53, passed away on May 4 in Madison. Continue Reading →
Scammers need a good story to get to your wallet. Once they find one that works, they use it again and again. One of their old favorites brings together fake checks and secret shopping, and we’ve been hearing a lot about it lately. Continue Reading →
Every adolescent must navigate the transition to adulthood by continuing their education or starting on a career path.
Ability Beyond, an area nonprofit based in Bethel, wants to ensure that young adults with disabilities have the specific tools they need to take that next crucial step. Continue Reading →
If you have an idea about starting a business but don’t know where to start, or if your new business is struggling to grow, this free, five-part workshop series on five Tuesday nights, starting May 22, will provide a solid foundation for your business to grow and thrive. Continue Reading →
Acabella was founded in 2001 by two friends who had recently moved to Darien and were eager to sing a cappella music, as they had done in college. Continue Reading →
Dr. Patricia Otis Cook, 74, of Darien, passed away peacefully on May 15, following complications of pancreatic cancer.
Dr. Cook was an exceedingly well-regarded clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist who served the community over an astounding 43 years of practice at her offices in Darien and Bridgeport. She was a brilliant, loving mother and beloved grandmother. Continue Reading →
Here’s Deirdre McGovern’s report on Darien and Rowayton real estate for May 10 to 17, 2018: Continue Reading →