Mold Issues Affect Schools In Stamford And Westport

Oct 8, 2018
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The public school system in Stamford, Connecticut, has been billed $266,000 to resolve mold issues in 11 of their buildings.

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A community organization that helps immigrants in Stamford says allegations that staff verbally abused day laborers and exploited them are false.

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Hundreds lined up to see federal Housing Secretary Ben Carson in Stamford, Connecticut, Monday night. Carson was speaking at the Ferguson Library as part of its lecture series, “Civility in America.”

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The leaders of Bridgeport, Stamford, Fairfield and Trumbull say they’re collaborating to keep area schools  safe.

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On Saturday, a concert based on the life of Paul Robeson will be presented at the Ferguson Library in Stamford.  It’s called “I Go On Singing,” and was created by American baritone Anthony Brown.