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Tino's Nightclub Closing Down Following Shooting
Tino's Nightclub Closing Down Following Shooting
A normal Stamford summer night turned unusual when a Stamford man fired a gun at random outside of Tino's Nightclub and Restaurant early Sunday morning. "This sort of violence and activity is foreign to the city of Stamford, it's foreign to our downtown and it's just not going to be permitted," said Stamford Mayor David Martin. Stamford...
Former Stamford Animal Shelter Director Pleads Not Guilty
Former Stamford Animal Shelter Director Pleads Not Guilty
The former director of Stamford's Animal Control Center, Laurie Hollywood, was arraigned on reckless endangerment charges Thursday, July 10; And it was evident from the group of supporters outside the courthouse, that this has been causing quite a stir in the community. Hollywood was charged with three counts of reckless endangerment in June...
Animal Control Task Force Continues to Search for Solutions
Animal Control Task Force Continues to Search for Solutions
Stamford's Animal Control Task Force is continuing its meetings, holding its second Wednesday. The city says the task force is working to address the short and long term challenges at the animal shelter. Though the meetings don't allow public comment at this time, many shelter volunteers and supporters of former shelter director Laurie...
 
 
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Martin: The State of Our City is Very Strong
Martin: The State of Our City is Very Strong
Since taking office December 1, Mayor David Martin gave his first State of The City speech before the Board of Representatives. He says Stamford is a strong city for several reasons. One, because crime is down and it's the safest city in New England. The Mayor also says although slow, the city's job market is improving steadily. Martin...
A Prescription to Read
A Prescription to Read
For the first time, the American Academy of Pediatrics will promote early literacy as an essential part of primary care visits, and Reach Out and Read in Connecticut is continuing to support that effort. "Every child that comes into a Reach Out and Read site, at every well child visit from 6 months to five years old, you leave your visit...
Dozens Rally for Former Animal Control Manager
Dozens Rally for Former Animal Control Manager
"She is only guilty of caring too much" said volunteer Regina Perry. That is what many said in support of former Stamford Animal Control Manager Laurie Hollywood during a rally outside the animal shelter Sunday afternoon. "Animals don't have a voice so we are their voice. The more we come out and say we want to help, then other people will...

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