GREENWICH, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut 10th-grade hockey player has died after falling to the ice and being cut on the neck by the skate of another player during a game, school officials and police said.
NEW CANAAN, Conn. (AP) — Relatives of a mother of five who disappeared nearly a year ago said Friday that they are haunted by the “brutality and inhumanity” of her death and urged support for victims of intimate partner violence...
FARMINGTON, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut man charged with murdering his estranged wife was hospitalized in critical condition Tuesday after being found unresponsive in a vehicle inside his garage, authorities said...
A Connecticut man was ordered detained Wednesday on $6 million bail on charges that he killed his estranged wife — a crime investigators say stood to benefit him financially as the couple went through bitter divorce and child custody proceedings...
New Canaan defeated Westhill 18-0 in a girls lacrosse game at Westhill High School Tuesday, April 2, 2019 in Stamford, Connecticut.
Mid-fielder Emma Schuh led the charge, scoring four goals to help the Rams in their season opening triumph.
NEW CANAAN, Conn. (AP) — Police say a Connecticut woman charged with driving under the influence was drunk on vanilla extract, which contains a significant amount of alcohol.
Hearst Connecticut Media reports that New Canaan police found 50-year-old Stefanie Warner-Grise sitting in a car at an intersection with her eyes closed at about 4:45 p.m.
The New Canaan Rams and Greenwich Cardinals will clash for the CIAC Class LL football championship on Saturday at 2 p.m. Let’s takes a look at some of the impressive stats for both teams, as well as some key facts about the final.
No. 8 seed New Canaan defeated Fairfield Prep Sunday 38-7 to advance to the Class LL state championship game.
The victory sets up a father-son coaching matchup between New Canaan’s Lou Marinelli and Greenwich’s John Marinelli Saturday at a site and time to be determined.
Santo Silvestro says he doesn’t believe in leaving anything to chance.
Every day, Silvestro said, he or his fleet manager inspect the vehicles that have gone out from his Hoyt Livery or Crosstown Limousine, both in New Canaan.
WESTPORT — The day after Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh was sworn into a lifetime appointment to the nation’s highest court, women, and some men, from across Fairfield County gathered for an event entitled “Survivors Vote - Rally for Change.”
NEW CANAAN — An hour before the Senate Judiciary Committee took a vote on the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, Renate Schroeder Dolphin walked to her mailbox under a gray sky.
The 53-year-old with brown hair and frameless glasses looked warily at a reporter wanting to talk to her.
Welcome to FCIAC football 2018 or as it may be come to known, the CIAC Class LL play-ins.
With New Canaan being bumped up to Class LL this year, joining FCIAC rivals Greenwich and Darien, the competition within the FCIAC will have direct effects on how the state football picture shakes out.
With recent success and state championships, the epicenter of Connecticut high school football is often at New Canaan High’s Dunning Field.
That will once again be the case this weekend as the 11th edition of the Grip It & Rip it tournament will take place Friday and Saturday at New Canaan High School.
NEW CANAAN — More than a month after town police warned residents about criminals targeting mailboxes, the department reiterated its warning.
“Public and private mailboxes continue to be compromised,” police said Thursday.
There is an angry and confused tone among commuters as the clock ticks down on the Legislature’s efforts to avert service cuts and fare hikes.
Most of those who attended a recent “listening session” in New Canaan cared little about U.S.
CHESHIRE — He has won more games than any high school football coach in Connecticut history, including an eye-popping 12 state championships.
And yet, when Lou Marinelli was asked to name his favorite highlight in his 37 seasons at the helm at New Canaan High School, his response came as a bit of a shock to the dozen or so reporters who had gathered at the CIAC headquarters for the Connecticut Sports Writers’ Alliance Gold Key press conference Wednesday afternoon.
NEW CANAAN — Extreme winds caused a tree to fall on a pickup truck, significantly damaging a pickup truck and causing the driver to be rescued by responders.
DARIEN — Eric Cimino and Brendan Knightly scored in the final 5:42 to propel the New Canaan High School boys ice hockey team to a 5-4 non-league triumph over Notre Dame-Fairfield Saturday night at the Darien ice rink.
One playoff round is down, two remain.
The CIAC football semifinals will take place Sunday at the sites of the higher seeds at 12:30 p.m. The finals — Classes LL, L, M and S — will be held one week from Saturday at sites and times to be announced.
STRATFORD — Bunnell defeated Stratford 46-6 Thursday morning at Penders Field.
Despite the win, the Bulldogs (8-2) failed to qualify for the Class L playoffs due to New Canaan’s win over New Canaan.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
Just take a look at the current GameTimeCT Top 10 poll, which is littered with familiar suspects from top to bottom. Sitting at No. 1 is two-time defending Class LL champion Darien, followed by Southington, West Haven, Ansonia and New Canaan to round out the top five.
FOOTBALL: DARIEN AT STAPLES, 7 P.M.: The Blue Wave, No. 1 in every Connecticut state football poll, put their 29-game win streak on the line coming off a bye week. Staples (3-1) enters off a final-minute loss to Ridgefield.
STAMFORD — The past year has been a long journey that Pam Bacco hoped would end with a harsher penalty for her ex-husband.
Instead, Mark Lynch, 58, accepted a deal Friday that will send him to jail for three years in the overdose death of their son.
The Silvermine Galleries’ prestigious annual competition, Art of The Northeast, will open with a public reception on Saturday, July 8. It will run through Aug. 19.
The Whitney Museum’s David Kiehlcurator will curate the New Caanan show.
STAMFORD — While the baseball and softball teams of the FCIAC have struggled to find their way on to the field this preseason, lacrosse has largely outmaneuvered the snow — and in some creative ways.
PROVIDENCE — New Canaan High School’s Tyler Sung capped a remarkable freshman season on the wrestling mat by taking second in the 126-pound class at the New England championships Saturday. Sung, a freshman who placed second at the State Open last week, scored back-to-back pins in his first two matches at the New Englands, including one in the first period.
The day after a nor’easter dropped more than a foot of snow across southwest Connecticut, we’re off to a slow start Friday morning.
Many school districts have delayed openings - some, even closed - many roads are still snow covered and the temperature is in the teens.
NEW HAVEN — There was just no stopping the Danbury High School boys indoor track and field team on its quest to win its fourth consecutive FCIAC championship.
The Hatters won the opening event at the conference championship meet Thursday night at the Floyd Little Athletic Center, they won the final event of the evening, and in between was five hours of sheer dominance.
NEW CANAAN - Firefighters are on the scene of a one-alarm fire at 610 Cheese Spring Road Friday afternoon.
When firefighters arrived they encountered heavy fire from an attached garage.
TRUMBULL — Freshman quarterback Drew Pyne threw for three touchdowns and ran for another to lead undefeated New Canaan past Trumbull 44-14.
Quintin O’Connell caught two touchdowns and returned a kick for another for the Rams (8-0), who led 37-0 at halftime.
GREENWICH — The owners of a longtime Greenwich music school have appealed to the town Planning and Zoning Commission to reject a chain music business’s plan to move in upstairs.
School of Rock, an international chain that teaches children to play popular music with an emphasis on performance, has asked the Commission to approve plans to move into 1200 East Putnam Ave.
Field hockeyStamford at McMahon, 7Danbury at Warde, 4Greens Farms Academy at Convent of the Sacred Heart, 4:30Masuk at Watertown, 4Trumbull at Ridgefield, 5:30Boys soccerAmity at North Haven, 6:30Bullard-Havens vs.