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Moving Live and a Special Offer

Hey There Friends: You might have noticed I haven’t posted much here recently. I’ve taken my updates to video, and have been posting live weekday mornings to our Facebook page. You will see more from me here soon, but it might not be as often. I’m also in the process of re-opening my law office:… Keep Reading

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Good Morning Stamford, July 6, 2020

David Herz’s quick weekday run-down on the top local stories: Congratulations to New Canaan’s Mark Davis Shattan (the King School) and Ryan Krolikowski (New Canaan High School) on their acceptance to the United State Military Academy. A Million Bottle Caps: a project of Stamford’s Public Schools and SoundWaters. Statue of Columbus dispute. Stamford’s Board of… Keep Reading

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Online Learning for Your Kids

Since many of us aren’t quite sure how our kids summers are going to play out, Here is an awesome list of ideas from a parent who homeschools: Online resources: BrainPop Curiosity Stream Tynker Outschool Udemy iReady Beast Academy (Math) Code Academy Khan Academy Creative Bug YouTube Channels: Crash Course Kids Science Channel SciShow Kids… Keep Reading

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Update: June 26

Local Data as of June 24: Stamford Stamford cases: 3265 Stamford case rate: 2516/100,000, or one out of every forty people in Stamford. Stamford deaths: 199 Connecticut Connecticut cases: 45,994 Connecticut deaths: 4298 Governor Lamont signs 56th executive order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 Clarifies the authority granted to allow boards of assessment appeals… Keep Reading

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June 8 Cororna Update

Local Data as of June 7: Stamford Stamford cases: 3144 Stamford case rate: 2423/100,000, or one out of every 41 people in Stamford. Stamford deaths: 188 Connecticut Connecticut cases: 43,968 Connecticut deaths: 4071 Phase 2 Reopening: Governor Ned Lamont announced his administration has released documents detailing specific rules for businesses under Phase 2 of Connecticut’s… Keep Reading

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Stamford Update: June 3, 2020

Recent Updates from the Mayor’s Office Community: The City will host a pop-up COVID-19 testing site at Building One Community (75 Selleck Street) on Friday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. The Stamford High School Testing Site will close Friday June 5th. A new testing site will replace it at 30 Buxton Farms Road, operated… Keep Reading

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May 27 Update

Local Data as of May 26: Stamford Stamford cases: 3096 Stamford case rate: 2386/100,000, or one out of every 42 people in Stamford. Stamford deaths: 182 Connecticut Connecticut cases: 41,303 Connecticut deaths: 3769 Mask Giveaway The City of Stamford will host a mask giveaway today, May 27 at Sacred Heart Church (37 Schuyler Avenue) from… Keep Reading

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Stamford Corona Update: May 26

Local Data as of May 25: Stamford Stamford cases: 3075 Stamford case rate: 2369/100,000, or one out of every 42 people in Stamford. Stamford deaths: 179 Connecticut Connecticut cases: 40,873 Connecticut deaths: 3742 Governor Lamont Reminds Connecticut Residents of June 1 Deadline to Apply for Home Heating Assistance Families and Individuals Seeking Assistance Should Visit… Keep Reading

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Stamford Heroes

Stamford Area Medal of Honor Recipients We always find it fitting at this time to remember some of those who came before to make the world we have available. I am sure there are thousands more, unsung, modest, walking among us even today who deserve the same recognition. These are a few of our Stamford… Keep Reading

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