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Carolyn Mueller

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A writer and reporter from Fairfield County, Carolyn Mueller has a bachelor's degree from Fairfield University. She loves local news and live music.

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  1. New Wilton Commons Offers Special Services In Seniors Living

    New Wilton Commons Offers Special Services In Seniors Living

    WILTON, Conn. — It was 15 years in the making, but the town has now welcomed Wilton Commons and its 23 units of "congregate" housing for seniors in a bustling new building near the train station. The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the apartments, which offer a number of services for seniors, took place Nov. 17, with much festivity, at 21 Station Road.Wilton Commons board Chairman ...

  2. Darien High Junior Hits The Semifinals On 'Jeopardy Teen Tournament'

    Darien High Junior Hits The Semifinals On 'Jeopardy Teen Tournament'

    DARIEN, Conn. — When is Friday? That's the day that Michael Borecki, a junior at Darien High School will compete on the semifinals of the ‘Jeopardy’ Teen Tournament.The show will be broadcast at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, on WABC-TV and WTNH-TV in Connecticut.Borecki is one of the local contestants competing in the 2016 "Jeopardy Teen Tournament" that began airing this ...

  3. 'Go Take A Hike,' Fairfield County Expert Tells Outdoor Fans At Talk

    'Go Take A Hike,' Fairfield County Expert Tells Outdoor Fans At Talk

    RIDGEFIELD, Conn. — Connecticut is blessed with hundreds of miles of trails where you can take to the woods to find some peace, gain some perspective and get some exercise.To highlight some of those outdoor opportunities, Jeff Glans of Trumbull presented the third talk in the Community Conservation Initiative series at Ridgefield Library recently to an audience of enthusiastic ...

  4. Pastors, Politicians Call On Connecticut To Change How It Funds Schools

    Pastors, Politicians Call On Connecticut To Change How It Funds Schools

    NORWALK, Conn. — Leaders from faith communities across Fairfield County joined forces with several politicians at Grace Baptist Church in Norwalk to call for a change with Connecticut’s General Assembly in the way the state funds its public schools."I call on the General Assembly of our state to adopt an equitable funding formula by end of the 2017 legislative session," said ...

  5. It's A Family Affair As Westport Salutes Veterans In Annual Ceremony

    It's A Family Affair As Westport Salutes Veterans In Annual Ceremony

    WESTPORT, Conn. — Sir Esteban Francisco Sebourny said he was compelled to honor veterans in his family as he joined veterans, their families, grateful citizens and town officials at Westport Town Hall on Friday morning for Veterans Day services."I have relatives who fought in wars," Sebourny said. "That is something that needs to be honored. Individuals that we have ...

  6. Game On! Norwalk Officially Opens The New Outdoor Rinks At Veterans Park

    Game On! Norwalk Officially Opens The New Outdoor Rinks At Veterans Park

    NORWALK, Conn. — Hockey players, figure skaters, city officials and the governor gathered to officially open the Rinks at Veterans Park for the season Thursday night with a ribbon cutting on the ice of the North Rink.The two outdoor rinks are covered by a large tent and will be open throughout the winter. Putting the facility in place on the sports fields took three weeks, said Ryan ...

  7. Himes Scores Victory Over Shaban In Race For Congress

    Himes Scores Victory Over Shaban In Race For Congress

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Incumbent U.S. Rep. Jim Himes of Greenwich scored a decisive victory Tuesday night over Republican challenger John Shaban of Redding in the race for the 4th District in the U.S. House of Representatives.   This will be the fourth term for Himes, 50. "Finding a way to work together," Himes said will be the first priority when he returns to work after ...

  8. Owners Brew Up A Perfect Blend At Culture Tea In Wilton

    Owners Brew Up A Perfect Blend At Culture Tea In Wilton

    WILTON, Conn. — Residents are welcoming Culture Tea, a gem tucked away in Wilton Center that opened at the end of August and that is run by Alexander Higle and his wife, Shu-Chuan Chen. Higle and Chen turned their shared dream of running a tea room into reality. And their tea room is different from others. The couple has made a study of tea room culture, visiting various tea rooms in ...

  9. Cemetery Tour With New Canaan Historical Society Brings The Past To Life

    Cemetery Tour With New Canaan Historical Society Brings The Past To Life

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. — An outing hosted by the New Canaan Historical Society reached way into the past, as participants in the second annual cemetery tour Tuesday set out to discover what stories might lie at Long Ridge Union Cemetery in Stamford.With an eye out for notables resting in peace at this spot, the group met near a vault that dated from 1889, near the entrance. Tour leader ...

  10. Junior At St. Luke’s In New Canaan Tests His Knowledge On 'Jeopardy'

    Junior At St. Luke’s In New Canaan Tests His Knowledge On 'Jeopardy'

    DARIEN, Conn. — Who is Porter Bowman? He's the junior at St. Luke’s School in New Canaan who is competing in the 2016 "Jeopardy Teen Tournament" that begins airing next week.Bowman, one of two Connecticut teens to compete in this year's tournament, contends for the tournament's grand prize of $100,000 in the two-week event. It was taped earlier this year at DAR Constitution ...

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