Mayor David Martin said new COVID-19 cases in Stamford are declining after an upswing last month, but he wants to see a bigger decrease in the coming weeks.
One year ago, COVID-19 cases peaked at Stamford Health. On Friday, the hospital unveiled a memorial garden to commemorate front-line workers and those who died.
While the COVID-19 pandemic prevented the full-blown Taste of Stamford, the Stamford Chamber of Commerce opted for a “mini” version Wednesday.
Yale has set one policy, but Wesleyan will enforce another rule. UConn is urging students and staff to get vaccinated to help reopen its campuses.
The Stamford Art Association said they are excited about the group’s current exhibition, “Spring 2021,” a celebration of post-pandemic possibilities and the nonprofit’s 50th birthday.
All voters in the 145th state House District can now use COVID-19 as a reason for seeking an absentee ballot for the April 27 special election, thanks to a new executive order by Gov. Ned Lamont
Stamford Downtown’s StrEateries program, which began last year during the COVID-19 crisis, will continue in 2021.