News For Mama
Stamford Town Center is open as of Wednesday, May 20. Here is a list of stores that are opening over the next few days.
Stamford will show off its pride by illuminating Stamford’s Old Town Hall in rainbow colors to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month starting June 1. Read more, here.
The City of Stamford is providing updates on the ongoing COVID-19 situation as of Wednesday, June 3.
With a proposal from Stamford’s Board of Finance that would cut $35 million from Stamford Mayor David Martin’s 2020-2021 spending plan, the Stamford Public School budget could be cut by millions. The proposed cuts have created an outpouring of support for students and teachers on social media. Read more here.
Click here for opening dates and lifeguard hours for the 2020 summer season at Stamford beaches, as released by Stamford Recreation.
Stamford Downtown is cancelling the 2020 Alive@Five and Wednesday Nite Live concert series. “It has not been an easy decision to make, but we believe it is the best one considering the present circumstances," said David Kooris, President of Stamford Downtown....
Stamford Animal Control & Care Center is issuing a message on their Facebook page regarding recent bear sightings in the city, advising residents of what to do and what not to do in the event that you see a bear. We have their message, here.
Compass real estate agent, Staci Zampa is explaining how COVID-19 is impacting the real estate market, particularly in Stamford, including why now could be a great time to buy or sell a home!
CT Governor Ned Lamont is ordering in-person classes at all K-12 public school facilities in Connecticut to remain canceled for the rest of the 2019-2020 academic year and continue providing distance learning during this period.
The City of Stamford will reopen golf courses and tennis courts in Stamford on Friday, May 1 with restrictions. Learn more, here.