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Former Stamford police chief reprimanded for behavior at Yale game - Danbury News Times
Former Stamford police chief reprimanded for behavior at Yale gameDanbury News TimesEsserman was police chief in Stamford from 1998 to 2001. Yale epidemiology professor Dan Weinberger said in his complaint that the confrontation took place before kickoff and Esserman threatened to "shut the whole game down" if the usher was not ...and more »

Angela Carella: Stamford HS probe could encounter reluctance to talk - The Advocate
Angela Carella: Stamford HS probe could encounter reluctance to talkThe AdvocateThe law firm hired to examine the school district's response to the Stamford High sex scandal estimates its investigation will cost taxpayers $100,000. But the city's director of legal affairs, Kathryn Emmett, who is overseeing the investigation, said ...and more »

Stamford High School DCF rationale detailed - The Advocate
The AdvocateStamford High School DCF rationale detailedThe AdvocateBoard of Education attorney Tom Mooney speaks during the Board of Education meeting at the Stamford Government Center in Stamford, Conn., on Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2014. The meeting dealt with the ramifications of the Stamford High School teacher sex ...

Stamford Giving Fund: Getting behind on rent, means falling grades - The Advocate
Stamford Giving Fund: Getting behind on rent, means falling gradesThe AdvocateThe Giving Fund is a tradition now in its 31st year at The Advocate and Greenwich Time, in conjunction with Person-to-Person and Family Centers. It provides a chance for the community to help those in need this holiday season. The newspapers will ...

Suspects arrested after Stamford, I-95 Norwalk shooting - WTNH
WTNHSuspects arrested after Stamford, I-95 Norwalk shootingWTNHPolice say two suspects, 32-year-old Robert “BJ” Hudson of Bridgeport and 26-year-old Shameka McNairn of Stamford, then got out of their car and fired at the victim's car, striking it several times. Norwalk police say they then pursued Hudson and ...


Globo TV- The demand for Arabic courses in the USA grows
Rough translation:The availability of jobs for those who speak Arabic has increased the search for courses of study for this language throughout the US. And...
Be Like Him (no intro) - Stanford Talisman winter show 2009
"Move": Talisman winter show 2009 "Be Like Him" is a gospel rendition of a traditional South African...
A Stanford Tibetan Student's Google Gmail account Hacked from China
Google Attacked from China: Wake-up Call to International BusinessJanuary 12, 2010Google today issued a statement that it will reconsider the company's opera...
Wahjeeleh-Yihm - Stanford Talisman spring show 2009
"Woyaya": Talisman spring show 2009."Wahjeeleh-Yihm" is a Tutelo-Saponi song about carrying a father...
GlutenFree Passport - Stanford Celiac Conference: Part 2
Let's Eat Out! - The 7-Time Award Winning Book Series by Kim Koeller and Robert La FranceLets Eat Out with Celiac / Coeliac and Food Allergies! is a first-of...


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