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  1. Process Begins To Replace Redding Selectman Who's Moving To Bethel

    Process Begins To Replace Redding Selectman Who's Moving To Bethel

    REDDING, Conn. -- Redding's Democratic Town Committee meets Thursday to nominate a replacement for Selectman Leon Karvelis, who is stepping down from the board Nov. 31 in anticipation of his move to Bethel, according to the the Redding Pilot.Town board members Julia Pemberton, a Democrat, and Michael Thompson, a Republican, will then vote on the nomination. The individual who takes over ...

  2. Violinist Ensemble Performs With Hoff-Barthelson In Scarsdale

    Violinist Ensemble Performs With Hoff-Barthelson In Scarsdale

    SCARSDALE, N. Y. --  Violinist Chi-Chi Lin Bestmann and The Solace Ensemble are planning to perform a piano quartet with Hoff-Barthelson Music School's HB Artist Recital Series Dec. 11 at Greenville Community Church in Scarsdale.Bestmann and ensemble members April Johnson, violin, Peter Seidenberg, cello, and Tomoko Uchino, piano, all current faculty members with Hoff-Barthelson Music ...

  3. Pelham's Picture House Screens 'Nutcracker' At Matinee

    Pelham's Picture House Screens 'Nutcracker' At Matinee

    PELHAM, N. Y. -- Pelham's Picture House celebrates the holiday season Sunday, Dec. 11, with the Nutcracker Magical Matinee, a screening of the classic ballet that also includes a live dance performance and costumed ballerinas.Open to people of all ages, the event features the cinematic version of the New York City Ballet's classic production of "The Nutcracker," a holiday ...

  4. New Canaan Nonprofits Benefit From First County Bank Foundation

    New Canaan Nonprofits Benefit From First County Bank Foundation

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- A total of $21,000 in grant money is planned to be spread among six New Canaan nonprofit organizations through an effort by Stamford-based First County Bank Foundation to support local services.In announcing the grants, First County officials said the organizations selected provide essential services to the communities they serve.  The largest grants -- $5,000 each ...

  5. Artists Speak About Art In Small Scales At Greenwich Museum

    Artists Speak About Art In Small Scales At Greenwich Museum

    GREENWICH, CONN. -- Four artists whose work is featured in a art in small scales exhibition at the Bruce Museum plan to speak about using small scales as an art medium at a public reception Thursday at the Greenwhich museum.The panel discussion coincides with the ongoing exhibit, titled "Small Scales: Lands of Enchantment," which opened Oct. 29 and continues through Jan. 29 at ...

  6. Stamford Police Search For Man After His Wife Is Found Dead

    Stamford Police Search For Man After His Wife Is Found Dead

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Stamford police are joining New York City police in searching for a 33-year-old man in connection with his wife's death after the man apparently abandoned his 5-year-old daughter at a Port Authority bus terminal, according to News 12 Connecticut.Authorities are searching for Elmer Gomez Ruono, of Courtland Avenue in Stamford, according to News 12 Connecticut. Stamford ...

  7. Trumbull Man Charged In Sexual Assault Of Former Co-Worker In Stratford

    Trumbull Man Charged In Sexual Assault Of Former Co-Worker In Stratford

    STRATFORD, Conn. -- A 31-year-old Trumbull man is facing sexual assault and trespass charges after police say he forced himself on a Stratford woman who used to work with him at the Westport post office, according to the CT Post.Dennis Hwang, of Avalon Gates in Trumbull, is free on $10,000 bond after being charged with third-degree sexual assault and criminal trespass. Police say the ...

  8. Irvington Students Raise Money For Hurricane Victims

    Irvington Students Raise Money For Hurricane Victims

    IRVINGTON, N. Y. -- A group of fifth-graders from Main Street School in Irvington have raised more than $550 to help victims of Hurricane Matthew, and the fund-raising effort is still going strong.Students are collecting donations for Haiti victims of Hurricane Matthew through the end of November. So far, they've been asking  peers for donations during special events, such as PJ Day and ...

  9. Middle Schoolers Take Walking Tour Of Public Art In South Norwalk

    Middle Schoolers Take Walking Tour Of Public Art In South Norwalk

    NORWALK, Conn. -- A group of eighth-grade students from Ponus Ridge Middle School in Norwalk got to take a public art walking tour in South Norwalk to see some of the outdoor works of art created over the years by local artists.Coordinated by Silvermine Arts Center, Norwalk Arts Commission and Ponus Ridge school officials, the recent excursion included a look at sculptures, murals and ...

  10. Courage To Speak Offers Courageous Parenting 101 In Norwalk

    Courage To Speak Offers Courageous Parenting 101 In Norwalk

    NORWALK, Conn. -- All parents are invited to a two-part workshop about keeping children safe from drug abuse offered by the Courage to Speak Foundation on Nov. 15 and Nov. 17 at West Rocks Middle School in Norwalk.The free parenting course is meant to give parents information about when drug use can start and how to talk to children about drugs, among other related topics. A light ...

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