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  1. Got Any Pranks Planned For April Fool's Day, Norwalk?

    Got Any Pranks Planned For April Fool's Day, Norwalk?

    April Fool's Day has been celebrated around the world for centuries, marked by individual pranks, business hoaxes and other types of hijinks, depending on what part of the globe you inhabit.In Italy, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands, a traditional prank is trying to stick a paper fish without getting caught.Wikipedia recounts that "in Ireland it was traditional to entrust the ...

  2. Greenwich Chief: Just Hang Up On 'Absurd' Scammer Using Arrest Threat

    Greenwich Chief: Just Hang Up On 'Absurd' Scammer Using Arrest Threat

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- Phone scammers have a new tactic, and Greenwich Police Chief James Heavey is warning residents not to fall for it.In a Wednesday Facebook post, Heavey explained the scam: An imposter claims to be the chief, says the person failed to report for jury duty and says there's a warrant for their arrest — unless they go get gift cards and call in a payment.The Greenwich ...

  3. Get 'Corny' On National Popcorn Day, Norwalk

    Get 'Corny' On National Popcorn Day, Norwalk

    National Popcorn Day is this Thursday, Jan. 19, and here's a "corny" survey that proves Americans may be divided when it comes to politics, but there's something most citizens agree on -- love of popcorn.The "pop" culture researchers at National Today -- self-described as America's favorite online destination to celebrate quirky and fun holidays -- conducted a ...

  4. 103 Million – Including A Man In Red – Will Travel This Christmas

    103 Million – Including A Man In Red – Will Travel This Christmas

    Less than a month after a busy Thanksgiving travel period, Americans are again on the move. And like Thanksgiving, travel over the upcoming Christmas and New Year's holiday is likely to show an increase compared to last year, says AAA Northeast.In fact, more than 103 million Americans -- the most on record and a 1.7 percent increase from last year -- are expected to travel over the ...

  5. New Canaan's Grace Farms Offers Holiday Fun, Opportunities To Give Back

    New Canaan's Grace Farms Offers Holiday Fun, Opportunities To Give Back

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- Grace Farms is offering an array of opportunities for the public to serve the community during the holiday season, with its "Christmas Joy at the River" schedule from Dec. 10-23.The seasonal programs will offer people a contemplative space and a taste of the Christmas season through music -- both traditional holiday music and jazz -- readings and preparing ...

  6. Study: Connecticut Gets Dubious Distinction Of Most Identity Theft

    Study: Connecticut Gets Dubious Distinction Of Most Identity Theft

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — December is National Identity Theft Prevention and Awareness Month, and Connecticut residents should consider really taking the theme to heart. On Wednesday, the free credit-monitoring website WalletHub released its "2016's States Most Vulnerable to Identity Theft & Fraud" -- and Connecticut has more identity-theft complaints per person than any ...

  7. Fairfield University Appoints First Woman As Interim President

    Fairfield University Appoints First Woman As Interim President

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. --  Fairfield University announced Thursday that it's appointing Dr. Lynn Babington -- currently provost and senior VP for Academic Affairs for the university -- as interim president. Babington will be the first layperson and female to be appointed interim president of Fairfield University. She'll step into the role on Jan. 1, and the appointment lasts until June ...

  8. Enjoy Photos With Santa, Train Rides, More At Greenwich's Round Hill

    Enjoy Photos With Santa, Train Rides, More At Greenwich's Round Hill

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- "Christmas on Round Hill" is coming to Greenwich on Saturday with a variety of children's activities and holiday shopping opportunities.The Round Hill Community House is hosting this event for individuals, families and the whole community. There will be photos with Santa, train rides on the Round Hill Express, children's crafts, Christmas cookie decorating, ...

  9. Video: Know This Stamford Burglary Suspect?

    Video: Know This Stamford Burglary Suspect?

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Stamford police are looking for a suspect in multiple burglaries last week, and they're seeking the public's help.In the wee hours of Tuesday, Nov. 22, a suspect burglarized several businesses on High Ridge Road, including Allure Bridal, Great Nails, YogurBerry, Layla's Falafel and Massage Envy.The police shared a video of footage on Wednesday, which was taken both ...

  10. Former Westporter Returns Home To Promote 'Startling' Debut YA Novel

    Former Westporter Returns Home To Promote 'Startling' Debut YA Novel

    WESTPORT, Conn. -- Robert Wilder -- a former Westport resident and author of the irreverent "Tales from the Teachers' Lounge" and "Daddy Needs a Drink" -- will discuss his newest novel, "Nickel," at the Westport Library on Thursday."Nickel" is Wilder's first young adult novel. Augusten Burroughs, the New York Times best-selling author of ...

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