Stories By Brianna Gurciullo

  • Stamford celebrates England v USA tie with cheers, charity Fans of both the USA and England's soccer teams crowded local bars to cheer on their favorites in a match that ended with a tie.
  • Stamford marijuana dispensary looks to hire 40 more employees State regulators announced that Fine Fettle Stamford was one of seven medical marijuana dispensaries to finish the steps needed to become a “hybrid” retailer.
  • Trees improve life quality. Stamford wants to know what it has The board approved a resolution recommending that Mayor Caroline Simmons set aside funding in her next budget proposal for a geographic information system-based tree inventory.
  • Stamford's mayor took a trip overseas. Here's what she did. Mayor Caroline Simmons returned earlier this week from a trip to the Netherlands as a guest speaker at a conference on preventing violent extremism.
  • Stamford residents oppose housing idea for old police building Those who attended had lots of ideas what to do with the building, which the city wants to sell: many said anything but housing.
  • In Stamford ballot fraud case, what's next for state probe? An investigator said the State Elections Enforcement Commission could still take civil action against former Town Clerk Donna Loglisci,
  • Republican Ryan Fazio wins CT Senate 36th District race Republican incumbent Ryan Fazio won reelection, beating out Democratic challenger Trevor Crow, after recounts in Greenwich, Stamford and New Canaan.
  • Fazio gains votes after New Canaan, Greenwich recounts Republican incumbent Ryan Fazio gained two votes in New Canaan amid a recount in the tight race for the state Senate's 36th District seat.
  • Ex-Democratic Party chair sentenced in ballot fraud case Former local Democratic Party chair John Mallozzi was sentenced Monday morning in an absentee ballot fraud case stemming from the 2015 local elections.
  • Stamford to hold rescheduled meeting on old police building Thursday’s meeting will start at 6 p.m. at Springdale Elementary School.
  • Stamford opts out of state rules for in-law apartments The Zoning Board recently approved local rules for accessory dwelling units that are more restrictive than the state's.
  • Stamford police officers saved Greenwich woman who was choking Police were at the restaurant after the Stamford Police Association's annual golf tournament when a patron began choking and officers rushed to help.
  • CT Senate 36th District race heads to recount Officials in Stamford, Greenwich and New Canaan will hold recounts after the race between Republican Ryan Fazio and Democrat Trevor Crow was too close to call.
  • Stamford's delegation to Hartford stays mostly blue Turnout in Stamford was about 52 percent overall for Tuesday’s elections, with Democrats taking most of the contested races.
  • Stamford's Corey Paris wins CT state House 145th District race In the race for the state House 145th District, which includes part of Stamford, incumbent Democrat Corey Paris beat Republican Fritz Blau.
  • Who's in charge when mayor, board president both away? Board of Representatives President Jeff Curtis and Mayor Caroline Simmons will both be out of town next week. The board designated a temporary mayor.
  • Munshi-South, Hyman, Butler elected to Stamford school board Three new Board of Education members will be sworn in after Tuesday's election, according to unofficial results from Stamford Democrats.
  • Jim Himes wins reelection in CT's 4th Congressional District Jim Himes, 56, has represented the district, which stretches across southwest Connecticut, since defeating Republican Chris Shays in 2008.
  • Stamford's Daniel Fox wins CT state House 148th District race In the race for the state House 148th District, which includes part of Stamford, incumbent Democrat Daniel Fox beat Republican Wilm Donath.
  • Democrat Patricia Billie Miller wins state Senate 27th District For the state Senate 27th District, which includes Stamford and Darien, incumbent Democrat Patricia Billie Miller beat Republican Michael Battinelli.