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Tom Renner

Client Editor

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. After Starting Out In Autos, Darien Florist Flourishes With Flowers

    After Starting Out In Autos, Darien Florist Flourishes With Flowers

    DARIEN, Conn. — Adam Manjuck’s career path took a hard U-turn the moment he walked into a Stamford florist shop nearly two decades ago. Now the owner of Flowers & Flowers in Darien, he has become one of the county’s most decorated floral artists, business is thriving and even Manjuck scratches his head at the unlikely and abrupt change in his career path.“Sometimes I’ll even ask ...

  2. Middlebrook In Wilton Ranks Among State's Top Middle Schools

    Middlebrook In Wilton Ranks Among State's Top Middle Schools

    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: ...

  3. 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 ...

  4. 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 ...

  5. 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 ...

  6. Find Your Strong At New Trinity CrossFit Studio In Ridgefield

    Find Your Strong At New Trinity CrossFit Studio In Ridgefield

    RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- During the course of a home shopping trip in Ridgefield, Nicole and Frank Rios discovered the business opportunity they have been considering for years.The couple opened Trinity CrossFit in December at 626 Danbury Road. They offer group exercise, personal training, weightlifting, powerlifting and more to help people reach their fitness goals.Who: Nicole and Frank ...

  7. How Insects Survive Fairfield County's Winter — And Why That’s A Good Thing

    How Insects Survive Fairfield County's Winter — And Why That’s A Good Thing

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- In cold climates, insects seem to disappear when temperatures plummet. So where do they go? Depending on the type of insect, there are different strategies for surviving the cold.While some insects migrate to a warmer climate, like Monarch Butterflies and a small percentage of dragonfly species, most of the insects in our landscapes stay put in the winter. ...

  8. Supporters Help Bethel Woman Nurse Distressed Horse Back To Good Health

    Supporters Help Bethel Woman Nurse Distressed Horse Back To Good Health

    BETHEL, Conn. -- Danielle Cyr knew instantly the horses she agreed to board for a New York owner were fighting significant medical issues. Now one horse has died and the 26-year-old Bethel woman is coping with the expenses of nursing the other horse, Chance, back to health while also trying to understand the inhumane treatment of animals.Who: Danielle Cyr, BethelWhat: Coping with ...

  9. Weston Attorney, Firefighter Examines 'Shift' Of Faith In New Book

    Weston Attorney, Firefighter Examines 'Shift' Of Faith In New Book

    WESTON, Conn. -- Weston resident and volunteer firefighter Stephan Grozinger has written a book that can now be purchased through online book retailers.Grozinger, an attorney who grew up Ridgefield, "re-examines the assumption that free will is essential in faith,'' according to the book's website. "He concludes that far from being a source of anxiety or even a death sentence ...

  10. Westport Musicians Believe Kids Hit The Right Notes With Classical Music

    Westport Musicians Believe Kids Hit The Right Notes With Classical Music

    GREENWICH, Conn. — Rodica Brune of Greenwich knows as well as anyone that children require the right balance of academics, athletics and arts to develop into well-rounded individuals.Lately, however, the owner of Atelier Constantin Popescu and Riverside of School of Music, has seen students and their parents dismiss an important piece of that equation. Specifically, fewer students are ...

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