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Tom Renner

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No one knows local sports quite like Tom Renner, The Daily Voice's Sports Editor. For 22 years, he covered the field for The Stamford Advocate. He's been in Fairfield County since 1987.

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  1. Supporters Help Bethel Woman Nurse Distressed Horse Back To Good Health

    Supporters Help Bethel Woman Nurse Distressed Horse Back To Good Health

    BETHEL, Conn. -- Danielle Cyr knew instantly the horses she agreed to board for a New York owner were fighting significant medical issues. Now one horse has died and the 26-year-old Bethel woman is coping with the expenses of nursing the other horse, Chance, back to health while also trying to understand the inhumane treatment of animals.Who: Danielle Cyr, BethelWhat: Coping with ...

  2. Weston Attorney, Firefighter Examines 'Shift' Of Faith In New Book

    Weston Attorney, Firefighter Examines 'Shift' Of Faith In New Book

    WESTON, Conn. -- Weston resident and volunteer firefighter Stephan Grozinger has written a book that can now be purchased through online book retailers.Grozinger, an attorney who grew up Ridgefield, "re-examines the assumption that free will is essential in faith,'' according to the book's website. "He concludes that far from being a source of anxiety or even a death sentence ...

  3. Bridgeport's Bridge House Celebrates Black History Month

    Bridgeport's Bridge House Celebrates Black History Month

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- Bridge House, a psychosocial rehabilitation Clubhousin Bridgeport, celebrated Black History Month during its annual celebration with the help of The Amistad Center for Art & Culture.Stacey Queen, Education Associate and Art Historian from The Amistad Center, presented members of the Clubhouse with a Black Identity and History presentation after the Clubhouse ...

  4. Echo Hose & Fire Marks 42nd Anniversary Of Massive Arson At Shelton Factory

    Echo Hose & Fire Marks 42nd Anniversary Of Massive Arson At Shelton Factory

    SHELTON, Conn. -- A Shelton Fire Company Lieutenant recalled a devastating fire that occurred 42 years ago on March 1 at a local factory.Lieutenant Mike Plavcan posted photos and wrote about the fire on Facebook. Nobody died in the fire, which occurred at the B.F. Goodrich Sponge Rubber Factory. The site is now the Shelton Riverwalk.Plavcan, a member of Echo Hose Hook and Ladder Co. 1, ...

  5. Thunderstorms, Heavy Fog To Hit Bridgeport

    Thunderstorms, Heavy Fog To Hit Bridgeport

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Fairfield County residents will need an umbrella for most of the day Thursday as showers and thunderstorms are forecast to last throughout the evening.The National Weather Service forecast predicts showers and thunderstorms will last until 2 a.m. There is also a dense fog advisory until 1 p.m. on Wednesday. Temperatures are forecast to reach the mid 60s, with ...

  6. Tribes Pick East Windsor As Site For 3rd Proposed Casino In Connecticut

    Tribes Pick East Windsor As Site For 3rd Proposed Casino In Connecticut

    The Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan Tribes have proposed building a third casino in Connecticut, and have selected East Windsor to build a new entertainment and gaming facility.East Windsor is near Bradley International Airport and just off of Interstate 91 and slightly north of Hartford.“From the beginning, we’ve said that we want to site our new facility in a town that’s eager to have ...

  7. Bridgeport Man, 21, Busted With Ecstasy, Heroin, Pot In Car In Westport

    Bridgeport Man, 21, Busted With Ecstasy, Heroin, Pot In Car In Westport

    WESTPORT, Conn. — Westport police busted a Bridgeport man on several drug charges Tuesday officers turned up pot, ecstasy, heroin and $7,500 in cash in his car during a traffic stop on the Post Road East near the Sherwood Island connector, police said.Chad Davis, 21, was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, ...

  8. Police: Suspect Claims Self-Defense In Robbing, Killing Bridgeport Dealer

    Police: Suspect Claims Self-Defense In Robbing, Killing Bridgeport Dealer

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- A 21-year-old Bridgeport man claimed self-defense in the shooting of a drug dealer on Friday night according to police in a story on CTPost.com.Police said Jovanne Brown confessed to the shooting. He was arraigned Monday before Superior Court Judge William Holden in the fatal shooting of Michael Watkins, 26. Brown faces felony murder, murder, possession of a pistol ...

  9. Police: Stratford Man Arrested After Parking Dispute Ends With Assault

    Police: Stratford Man Arrested After Parking Dispute Ends With Assault

    STRATFORD, Conn. -- Milford Police arrested a Stratford man for assault in a dispute over a parking space.Raymond O'Connell, 35, was charged with third-degree assault, second-degree threatening and criminal mischief. The incident occurred on Oct. 17 at 2 Schooner Lane in Milford, police said. A witness said O'Connell walked up to a vehicle and punched the victim in the face. The witness ...

  10. Former Baseball Executive From Stratford Finds Treasures In Collectibles

    Former Baseball Executive From Stratford Finds Treasures In Collectibles

    STRATFORD, Conn. -- The pangs of desire for baseball begin every year around this time for Stratford’s Bob Wirz. He remains close to the game as an author, journalist and, on occasion, at a sports collectibles show held each month in Fairfield.But at this time of year, as teams report to their spring training homes in Florida and Arizona, Wirz remembers his long association with the ...

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