Conn. is first to offer mobile options and automatic re-enrollment
Annual greeting card competition names two winners
Investigation Coming for SHS
Stamford Mayor David Martin hosted a rare presser on the sex scandal rocking Stamford High School today. He says a full swing investigation is to come regarding the incident, looking to find out who knew and when.
The controversy erupted in July, when a 32-year-old English teacher, Danielle Watkins, was arrested for having sex with one of...
ATM Theft Becoming More Common
Statistics are showing a trend of increasing theft of Automated Teller Machines from storefronts around the United States. Recent numbers suggest one ATM is robbed roughly every 30 minutes.
Thieves are caught on video in many cases smashing throught store windows and walls with large vehicles to remove cash machines entirely from the store....
Stamford Vigil of Hope Pays Tribute to Gun Violence Victims
The ENOUGH Campaign held the second annual Stamford Vigil of Hope in commemoration of the second anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting as well as the 60,000 victims of gun violence in America since the Newtown tragedy in December 2012. Supporters of gun violence prevention and common-sense gun safety laws gathered in from...
City Launches Anti Drinking and Driving Campaign
The City of Stamford launched its anti drinking and driving campaign this week with a press conference Thursday. Mayor David Martin was joined by City officials and the Stamford Police Department in warning residents of the dangers of drunk driving and encouraging those celebrating the holidays to plan ahead. To keep everyone safe, the City...
This Day in US History: December 12
December 12, 2000 was the day on which America learned that George W. Bush would become the next President of the United States. In this video the Associated Press revisits the second concession made by Vice President and candidate Al Gore.