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  1. Navin Gets More Time To Mull Deal In Easton Murder Case

    Navin Gets More Time To Mull Deal In Easton Murder Case

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- A judge is giving Kyle Navin a little more time to decide whether to take a plea deal or go to trial on charges that he killed his Easton parents last year in an effort to get their money, according to the Connecticut Post.At a hearing Thursday, Superior Court Judge Robert Devlin continued the case to Jan. 12 to allow for further discussion about the unspecified ...

  2. WWE's Linda McMahon Meets With Trump In Manhattan

    WWE's Linda McMahon Meets With Trump In Manhattan

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- Greenwich's Linda McMahon, WWE founding executive and two-time Connecticut Senate hopeful, met with President-elect Donald Trump in Manhattan on Wednesday, fueling speculation that she is being considered for his administration, according to the Connecticut Post.The Connecticut Post attributed the information to an unnamed source, while a spokesman for McMahon, who ...

  3. 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 ...

  4. Actress Jane Alexander To Discuss Conservation At Wilton Library

    Actress Jane Alexander To Discuss Conservation At Wilton Library

    WILTON, Conn. -- Actress Jane Alexander, known for her roles in "Kramer vs. Kramer," and "Cider House Rules," will pay a visit to the Wilton Library on Tuesday Nov. 15 to talk about her passion for nature and the environment.In a talk co-sponsored by Woodcock Nature Center and the Wilton Library, Alexander will share stories of her travel captured in her new book, ...

  5. Paddle Tournament In Wilton Supports Adam's House In Shelton

    Paddle Tournament In Wilton Supports Adam's House In Shelton

    SHELTON, CONN. -- This year's Healing Hearts Paddle Tournament on Nov. 19 to benefit Adam's House offers separate divisions for men's and women's teams to allow more competition for players, organizers said.Teams of four people can register for $180, which includes dinner and prizes at the Aspetuck Valley Country Club, 67 Old Redding Road, Weston.It's all part of a fundraiser to benefit ...

  6. Special Olympics' Shriver To Speak About Inclusion At Fairfield University

    Special Olympics' Shriver To Speak About Inclusion At Fairfield University

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Special Olympics Chairman Timothy P. Shriver was 9 years old when his mother, Eunice Kennedy Shriver, launched the Special Olympics in Chicago. His lifelong passion for helping people with special needs is why Fairfield University invited him to speak about his humanitarian work on Nov. 16 at the school.As part of the 19th annual Jacoby-Lunin Humanitarian Lectureship ...

  7. Police: Norwalk Man With Facsimile Gun Chased Down In Stamford Town Center

    Police: Norwalk Man With Facsimile Gun Chased Down In Stamford Town Center

    STAMFORD, Conn. — A 29-year-old Norwalk man was arrested after police say he was spotted Wednesday with a "facsimile" gun at the Stamford Town Center, then tried to elude police in a rowdy chase through the shopping center, according to the Stamford Advocate.Mohmed Boumazzourn of Camp Street in Norwalk is charged with carrying a facsimile firearm, reckless endangerment, ...

  8. Bell-Ringing Returns To St. Michael's Lutheran Church In New Canaan

    Bell-Ringing Returns To St. Michael's Lutheran Church In New Canaan

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. — The steeple bell at St. Michael's Lutheran Church in New Canaan sounded for the first time in decades Sunday to herald the church's 54th anniversary, and the completion of a steeple renovation project.The summer renovation project was managed by church member's Herbert Doenges, John Stancik, and Rod Aspinwall, and included the involvement of the New Canaan Historical ...

  9. Henkel Moving HQ To Stamford, Completing Merger With Wilton's Sun Products

    Henkel Moving HQ To Stamford, Completing Merger With Wilton's Sun Products

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Local and state officials are thrilled with a plan by Germany-based Henkel Corp. to  bring its laundry and home, and beauty care division headquarters from Arizona to Stamford in a move that includes a $50 million expansion in Stamford and up to 266 new jobs in the state.It would further strengthen the company's presence in the state since earlier this year Henkel ...

  10. Monica Lewinsky To Take On Bullying In Speech At Westport Art Center

    Monica Lewinsky To Take On Bullying In Speech At Westport Art Center

    WESTPORT, Conn. -- Monica Lewinsky, who was embroiled a presidential scandal nearly two decades ago, will speak next week in Westport on topics she now fights: public shaming.   Lewinsky, a former White House intern turned social activist and public speaker, will be the keynote speaker Thursday, Oct. 6, in conjunction with the Westport Arts Center's "More Than Words" ...

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