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Karen Tensa

Managing Editor, Connecticut ktensa@dailyvoice.com

Karen has lived and worked in Connecticut for more than two decades. Her professional experience includes more than a decade of work as the news editor at The Advocate in Stamford and reporting and editing stints on the staff of The Hartford Courant, among others. She is dedicated to writing local news, enjoying winter sports and reading nonfiction books.

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  1. Scholarly Success: Wilton High Boasts Six National Merit Finalists

    Scholarly Success: Wilton High Boasts Six National Merit Finalists

    WILTON, Conn. — Wilton High School once again is proud to announce a group of top scholars, with six students named as National Merit Finalists.   The six students are: Elizabeth R. Healy, William J. Heffernan, Nicholas David Johnson, Nickia A. Muraskin, Stephanie T. Xie and Brandon W. Zheng.The six have met all the requirements to advance to finalist standing in the National Merit ...

  2. Car Theft Suspect Arrested In Darien After Police Pursuit From Stamford

    Car Theft Suspect Arrested In Darien After Police Pursuit From Stamford

    DARIEN, Conn. — One suspect was arrested and others were sought after a stolen car crashed in downtown Darien on Wednesday night after a police pursuit from Stamford, The Darien Times reported.  Stamford police pursued the stolen car along I-95 north and off Exit 11 until the crash in front of the Dunkin' Donuts, the Darien Times said Using canines, police from both Darien and Stamford ...

  3. Cops: Danbury Man Busted On Noise Charge Threatened To Shoot Up Department

    Cops: Danbury Man Busted On Noise Charge Threatened To Shoot Up Department

    DANBURY, Conn. — A 51-year-old Danbury man busted on noise charges twice in one night made the situation far worse by threatening to "get an assault rifle and shoot up the Danbury Police Department," police said.The case began at 1:15 a.m. Wednesday when officers were dispatched to 5 Scuppo Road, Samuels Court, on a complaint of an intoxicated man in Unit 208 pounding on the ...

  4. Wilton Could See Some Snow, Rain On Wednesday

    Wilton Could See Some Snow, Rain On Wednesday

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — The weather roller coaster continues to wind across Fairfield County, the National Weather Service warns. Two weekend snowfalls were followed by a blustery Monday, with gusts of up to 65 mph recorded in parts of Fairfield County. The strong winds caused power outages, knocked down trees and blocked roads with fallen debris. And what will follow Tuesday's sunny ...

  5. Hundreds Of Power Outages, High Winds Continue To Plague Fairfield County

    Hundreds Of Power Outages, High Winds Continue To Plague Fairfield County

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Even as a High Wind Warning near its end of 6 p.m. Monday, hundreds of customers remained without power across Fairfield County on a blustery Monday that was wracked by train delays, closed roads and frigid temperatures. According to the National Weather Service, the highest recorded wind gusts for Monday were recorded at:   Bridgeport Airport: 60 mphStamford: ...

  6. Metro-North Reports Danbury Train Delays Due To Downed Tree Near Cannondale

    Metro-North Reports Danbury Train Delays Due To Downed Tree Near Cannondale

    WILTON, Conn. — Train service on the Danbury Branch is experiencing delays due to a downed tree in the vicinity of Cannondale late Monday afternoon, Metro-North said. The delays on the Danbury Branch are up to 20 minutes due to the downed tree. Also, Metro-North is running shuttle bus service between Cannondale and Wilton to go around the blockage on the tracks, adding to the ...

  7. Metro-North Clears Trees From Tracks In Connecticut, Restores Harlem Trains

    Metro-North Clears Trees From Tracks In Connecticut, Restores Harlem Trains

    Updated at 4:15 p.m.: GREENWICH, Conn. — All train service was running on or close to schedule on the New Haven Line in Connecticut in time the for the Monday afternoon rush hour, Metro-North said. Trees were cleared from the areas near the Branchville and Old Greenwich stations that caused earlier delays on the Danbury Branch and on the New Haven Line, Metro-North said. Also, in ...

  8. Merritt Parkway Reopens After Tree Smashes Into Car In Greenwich

    Merritt Parkway Reopens After Tree Smashes Into Car In Greenwich

    Updated: GREENWICH, Conn. — All lanes of the Merritt Parkway have reopened late Monday afternoon after a tree smashed into a car because of strong winds, officials said. The southbound stretch of the road in Greenwich was closed for a few hours because of the crash and the tree debris blocking the road, officials said. The Greenwich Fire Department reported that an accident occurred in ...

  9. Fairfield County Schools Announce Delays For Monday After Icy Storm

    Fairfield County Schools Announce Delays For Monday After Icy Storm

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — The following schools in Fairfield County have announced delayed starts for Monday as a result of Sunday's sleet and snow.Here are the school districts:Bethel Public Schools: two-hour delayBridgeport Public Schools: two-hour delayBrookfield Public Schools: two-hour delayDanbury Public Schools: two-hour delay.Darien Public Schools: two-hour ...

  10. Snow & Sleet Giving Way To Blustery Winds In Wilton

    Snow & Sleet Giving Way To Blustery Winds In Wilton

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — The weather forecast is not getting any better for Fairfield County. The snow and sleet from Sunday afternoon is transitioning into freezing rain for the evening and will give way to powerful winds by early Monday morning, the National Weather Service said. Some roads and highways across Fairfield County were icing up Sunday night, causing slippery and ...

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