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The Advocate
Food trucks bite Stamford businesses - StamfordAdvocate
The Advocate
Dam is one of several Bedford Street business owners who claim the food trucks that descend on the restaurant row at night have harmed their bottom line.

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The Advocate
A time to recall fallen heroes
The Advocate
Zoe Paksi, 4, of Stamford, waves an American flag while watching bagpipers march on Summer Street during the Memorial Day Parade in Stamford on Sunday. Photo: Michael Cummo / Hearst Connecticut Media. Buy this photo. Image 2 of 73. Buy photo.



The Advocate
Homeless man caught stealing fancy suit at Town Center
The Advocate
A New York homeless man was caught stealing a $1,300 suit from Brooks Brothers at the Stamford Town Center Friday night, according to Stamford Police Capt. Richard Conklin, of the Criminal Investigations Division. En Lian Mang, 36, of Manhattan, N.Y. ...



New Canaan Advertiser
Future 5 names new executive director
New Canaan Advertiser
Kathryn McManus of New Canaan has been named the new executive director of Future 5, a nonprofit that helps motivated, low-income high school students in Stamford graduate and connect to a better and sustainable education and career path. McManus ...



The Advocate
Stamford beaches earn high grades, but group calls for better testing
The Advocate
STAMFORD β€” While water tests and a Long Island Sound grading system indicate the city's shoreline is relatively clean, Leigh Shemitz isn't so sure. β€œIt depends,” she said. Shemitz, president of SoundWaters, said water quality has improved over the ...







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