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Community news: CEO speaker series virtually returns and more
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Community news: Walk a Mile in Fairfield goes virtual, and more
Community news: New manager takes over 111-year old store in Fairfield
Community news: Acts of kindness in Fairfield, and more
Community news: Business opens in Fairfield and more
Community news: Fairfield resident named to ‘Forty Under 40’ and more
Community news: Webinar to address cannabis trends among youth and more
Community news: Barber shop opening and more
Town earns new honors Fairfield has earned new honors for its community sustainability efforts. The recognition demonstrates that the town is keeping pace with, and surpassing many of the largest communities in the U.S. when it comes to...
Community news: Call center available to answer Fairfield residents’ COVID questions and more
Student nominated for Congress of Future Medical Leaders Samuel Zamat, a sophomore at Fairfield Ludlow High School will be a delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders on March 20 and 21 in Boston. The Congress is an honors only...
Community news: New bingo initiative supports downtown businesses and more
Deadline to appeal revaluation approaching Residents who are interested in appealing a revaluation of their property can apply for a formal public hearing before the town’s Board of Assessment Appeals. Applications will be posted on the...
Community news: Universities launch virtual lecture series and more
Orders open for Valentine’s Day pasta dinner The deacons of First Congregational Church in Fairfield are sponsoring their traditional pasta dinner in a takeout format to help raise money for those in need The tradition dates to the...
Community news: Liquor stores raise awareness about underage drinking and more
Architect in Fairfield building his own futuristic home Architect Leigh Overland is building his own futuristic home on Ash Creek in Fairfield. The home has insulated foam concrete walls, (ICF), no wood framing, exterior walls, a LiteDeck...
Ridgefield Parks & Rec to offer mountain biking
Greenwich’s Bruce Museum to reopen amid construction
New Milford to host 4th of July fireworks, Memorial Day parade
Police: Watertown man dies after hitting parked tractor trailer in...
UPS? FedEx? Here’s how a COVID vaccine dose travels to Stamford
Morris property owner’s application for concert venue rejected
Democrats target rich in tax plan
Police: Pedestrian hit by vehicle seriously hurt
2 hurt in separate Bridgeport stabbings
New Milford CERT: Cybersecurity
Community news: Firefighters recognized for their years of service
CT Audobon Society receives energy grant The Connecticut Audubon Society is the recipient of about $2,650 Neighborhood Assistance Act Grant from Avangrid companies United Illuminating, Southern Connecticut Gas and Connecticut Natural Gas to...
Community news: Fairfield welcomes four police officers and more
Black Rock Church resumes Hot Meal Drive-Thru The Black Rock Church in Fairfield, has resumed its Hot Meal Drive Thru each Tuesday through March between 5 and 5:30 p.m. Individuals, and families can receive up to six hot meals for their...
Community news: Conerned residents host 25th food drive
Fairfield concerned citizens hosting socially-distanced Food Drive A group of Fairfield concerned citizens who started weekly community food drives in March, 2020, will hold their 25th food drive, socially-distanced, from 10 a.m. to noon on...
Community news: Beware of COVID vaccine scams and more
Fairfield attorney’s book No. 1 Fairfield attorney Larry Sarezky’s book, “Divorce, Simply Stated” (2nd ed.) has been ranked the #1 “Best Family Law Book of All Time” by Book Authority. The book is illustrated with drawings by...
Community news: Ornaments for sale and more
Fairfield Awards Celebration goes virtual The 32nd annual Fairfield Awards Dinner, a gala to celebrate Fairfield University’s dedication to the Ignatian mission of service through education, will take place online Dec. 21, at 7 p.m. Free...
Community news: Parks and Rec to deliver letters to Santa and more
Earth Animal CMO elected chairwoman of Pet Sustainability Coaliton Earth Animal in Southport has announced that Stephanie Volo, the company’s chief marketing officer, has been elected the incoming chairwoman of the Board of Directors of the...
Community news: Local eatery seeks to donate holiday meals and more
Operation Hope holds food pantry The Operation Hope Food Pantry located at 636 Old Post Road in Fairfield, across from Town Hall is open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from 10 a.m. to noon; and Thursdays, from 4 to 6 p.m. If you cannot...
Community news: Resident runs his own marathon and more
Resident runs to support son Fairfield resident Russ Mitchell, co-CEO of Mitchells, ran his fourth New York City marathon Nov. 1 — a COVID friendly version. Mitchell ran his 26.2 miles from Westport to Darien in support of his son who is in...
Community Postings: Class of 1969 reunion; Easton RTC announces slate of candidates and more
Class of 1969 reunion The Roger Ludlowe High School Class of 1969 will hold its 50th reunion on Oct. 26 at the Black Rock Yacht Club from 6-11 p.m. Please register at RLHS50th@gmail.com or on Facebook “RLHS Class of 1969 50th Reunion.”...
Community Postings: Easton Dems release slate of candidates; Ballroom dancers make U.S. debut;...
Pop-Up Market seeks vendors The Fairfield Museum and the Fairfield Chapter of the National Charity League will hold their sixth annual Holiday Pop-Up Market on Nov. 23 and Nov. 24 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The market takes place at the Fairfield...
Community News: Fairfield Museum wins history award; Notre Dame hosting Legacy Gala, tuition...
Fairfield Museum wins history award The Connecticut League of History Organizations has selected the Fairfield Museum and History Center’s 2018 exhibition “Culper Ring: The Spies of George Washington” for a CLHO Award of Merit. The...
Community Postings: Fairfielders on the dean’s list
Fairfielders on the dean’s list Olivia S. Hawkins was named to the 2018 fall semester dean’s list at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. Mia...
Community Postings: Samuel Staples registration; ‘Make Your Mark’ exhibition; and more
Images Photography Show The Fairfield Museum is pleased to continue celebrating the exceptional work of talented photographers from across the region through the Images 2019 Juried Photography Show, which opens on...
Community Postings: Health Department offering healthy living program; Masonic Temple Lodge to...
Health Department offering healthy living program The Fairfield Health Department is offering a free healthy living program for individuals who are looking to lose weight, prevent or manage chronic conditions like...
Community Postings: IMAGES photo contest deadline extended; St. Thomas Aquinas to expand pre-K...
IMAGES photo contest deadline extended The Fairfield Museum’s annual juried photography contest, IMAGES 2019, is underway and the deadline for submissions has been extended until Jan. 14 at 11:50 p.m....