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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. Stamford Physician Helps Daughter See Big Picture In Medical Mercy Trip

    Stamford Physician Helps Daughter See Big Picture In Medical Mercy Trip

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Stamford ophthalmologist Stephanie Becker travels annually on missions of medical mercy. Her recent trip to Honduras, in which she performed a remarkable 46 pro bono cataract surgeries in three days, will forever be one of her most memorable.Becker traveled to the Roatan, one of the Bay Islands off the coast of Honduras with her 14-year-old daughter, Hannah. The trip ...

  2. Bridgeport Native Named New Head Golf Pro In Westport

    Bridgeport Native Named New Head Golf Pro In Westport

    WESTPORT, Conn. -- After working at Tashua Knolls Golf Course in Trumbull for 14 years, Jon Janik was not going to move on to just any other position. Last week, Janik accepted the position as just the third head professional in the 57-year history of Longshore Golf Club in Westport.Janik, 36, accepted the position as head golf pro at Longshore. A former standout at St. Joseph High ...

  3. Niche Report Finds Westport Middle Schools Rank 1-2 In State

    Niche Report Finds Westport Middle Schools Rank 1-2 In State

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — When it comes to middle schools in Fairfield County, five of them make the grade when compared with schools nationwide. The Top 5 middle schools in Connecticut, which are all in Fairfield County, are also among the Top 100 in the nation, according to Niche.com. Here is how the top 5 middle schools in Connecticut ranked in the country, according to Niche.com: ...

  4. Norwalk Woman's New Group Aims To End Racial Tension

    Norwalk Woman's New Group Aims To End Racial Tension

    NORWALK, Conn. -- Sharon Baanante sees a remarkable irony. One of the darkest moments in the history of Norwalk race relations just might have provided the spark to light the way to develop a model for harmony, respect and collaboration that the city and other communities can embrace.Baanante started the Love ALL project last month in the wake of white supremacist fliers found in town ...

  5. After 10 Years, Stamford High Band Marches Back To Disney World

    After 10 Years, Stamford High Band Marches Back To Disney World

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- After a 10-year hiatus, the Stamford High School band will once again strut its stuff at Disney World in Florida.The band will be at the Florida theme park Thursday through Monday. The band is scheduled to perform in the “Parade Down Main Street U.S.A.” and in the “You’re Instrumental!” Disney Performing Arts Workshop, under the guidance of professional Disney ...

  6. As New Board President, Weston Woman Provides Big Support For Tiny Miracles

    As New Board President, Weston Woman Provides Big Support For Tiny Miracles

    WESTON, Conn. -- Marisela Esposito knows the physical and emotional anguish associated with premature births. Now the Weston resident and Board of Directors President of a Darien-based nonprofit, The Tiny Miracles Foundation, wants to continue to help families going through their own heartache and expand the reach of the organization.Esposito became involved with Tiny Miracles six years ...

  7. New Leader Of Ann’s Place In Danbury Finds A Home Helping Cancer Patients

    New Leader Of Ann’s Place In Danbury Finds A Home Helping Cancer Patients

    DANBURY, Conn. -- After more than two decades, Shannon Cobb’s diverse career paths converged as she took the reins as CEO and president of Ann’s Place, a Danbury nonprofit that provides counseling, support and other resources to people and their loved ones coping with cancer.“One of the things I was drawn to was the direct service,’’ said Cobb, a Danbury resident for 15 years. “Working ...

  8. Water Street In Norwalk Closed Due To Flooding

    Water Street In Norwalk Closed Due To Flooding

    NORWALK, Conn. -- Water Street in Norwalk was closed around noon between Elizabeth and Concord due to flooding, according to the Norwalk Police Department.The department urged people not to attempt to drive through high water areas. There was no timetable on when the road might re-open.

  9. Honeysuckle Hill Lane, Silver Hill Road Closed In Easton

    Honeysuckle Hill Lane, Silver Hill Road Closed In Easton

    EASTON, Conn. -- Honeysuckle Hill Lane in Easton was closed around 1 p.m. due to a downed power line.Silver Hill Road, near Honeysuckle Hill Lane, was also closed because of a tree across the road. The Easton Police Department urged people to stay home so that the roads can be properly cleaned.

  10. Fairfield Girl Wins Gold At National Track & Field Meet

    Fairfield Girl Wins Gold At National Track & Field Meet

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Southport resident Tess Stapleton won two medals, one gold, over the weekend at the USA Hershey National Youth Indoor track and field championships in New York.Stapleton, an eighth-grader at Roger Ludlowe Middle School, won the long jump and finished seventh in the high jump in the 13-14 age division at the meet, which was held in Staten Island, N.Y. Stapleton ...

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