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Building a unique workspace in Stamford? It takes The Village

The 133,000-square-foot facility at 860 Canal St. is being marketed as an indoor-outdoor work-play environment designed to bring together companies representing content and media, brands and marketing, social and experiential, and finance and investment in one central hub.

Mayor says Stamford staying strong – as long as Covid is...

“If we take care of the health, then we can reopen the economy stronger,” Mayor David Martin declared.

Phase 2 Covid rollbacks in Bridgeport, Norwalk and Stamford

The rollback to Phase 2 is a voluntary decision and not mandated by the state.

Stamford banning sale and distribution of Styrofoam products by certain businesses

The move follows Stamford's plastic bag ban, which took effect in May 2019. The state of Connecticut passed its own plastic bag ban later that year.

November could be key month in Covid fight, Lamont tells Stamford...

“We will only release (a Covid vaccine) when it is safe and effective,” Gov. Ned Lamont declared, adding that overcoming some residents’ “vaccine hesitancy” could be a challenge.

Lamont to keynote annual Stamford Chamber meeting; award winners announced

The virtual event will also feature welcoming remarks by Mayor David Martin, and will take place at the Residence Inn by Marriott Stamford Downtown on Sept. 30.

Longtime Harbor Point nemesis Save Our Boatyard renews fight over Peninsula...

“I don’t know of any private shipyard that can get the kind of help that (Harbor Point developer Building and Land Technology) does,” says the group's co-founder Maureen Boylan. BLT Co-president Ted Ferrarone maintains that everything is being done properly.

$6.7 million fed grant for electric bus facility upgrades in Stamford

Twelve electric buses are on order for operation in the New Haven and Stamford service areas.

Connecticut launches investigation into utilities’ Isaias performance as pols’ tempers rise

The inquiry will help "determine whether the companies are meeting their legal obligations and whether any penalties need to be applied," Gov. Ned Lamont said. "The people of Connecticut deserve better than the service they are receiving.”

Marketing efforts begin for ‘final’ Harbor Point development in Stamford

The Peninsula at Harbor Point site is available immediately for the development of up to 1 million square feet.

Stamford, nurses’ union come to agreement as city tries to address...

Under the agreement with the Stamford Municipal Nurses Association, which represents 38 school and public health nurses, union members will go without a raise for the 2019-20 year and take a less costly medical plan, in exchange for no layoffs.

Stamford announces 45 layoffs as negotiations with unions reach impasse

"The city's estimation of layoffs may increase over time and will likely result in multiple rounds of layoffs," said a spokesman for Mayor David Martin. "We anticipate the next round could occur as soon as mid-August.”

Stamford wrestling with unions to finalize budget that needs $32.2M cut

According to Arthur Augustyn, a spokesman for Mayor David Martin, the city needs to cut about $32.2 million from Martin’s $630 proposed budget in order to maintain its mill rate and not increase taxes for Fiscal Year 2020-21.

Audit finds no wrongdoing by Michael Handler in move from Stamford...

Handler ran an unsuccessful campaign to become the Republican nominee for governor in the last election.

COVID-19 testing goal within reach before May 20; some tweaks to...

Gov. Ned Lamont focused on the continued ramping up of COVID-19 testing at today's briefing, noting that the number of weekly tests has increased from about 18,000 a couple of weeks ago to roughly 29,000 now.