News For Mama
This summer, Henkel opened up a branded classroom in Mill River Park’s new Whittingham Discovery Center! The state-of-the-art visitor and environmental education center features science lab equipment and workstations customized for up to 20 elementary-school aged children. Learn more about it here!
During this one-week sales tax holiday, retail purchases of most clothing and footwear items priced under $100 are exempt from the Connecticut sales and use tax.
From how to prepare before a forecasted storm to dealing with the cleanup after a storm, PuroClean of Wilton | Ridgefield is offering tips to help your family this hurricane season.
Stamford Public Schools are moving to the modified A/B schedule at all three high schools for the 2022-2023 school year.
Even if your child is not asking any questions, how and when should you be talking to them about what they might be hearing about at school or seeing on the news? Our parent site, The Local Moms Network spoke to Psychology Contributor Reon Baird, PhD.
Join the interactive discussion around the safety and mental health of students in Stamford.
Governor Ned Lamont announced on Thursday that Connecticut families can soon apply to receive a state tax rebate of up to $250 per child for a maximum of three children. Learn more here.
Stamford Recreation Services has released the opening dates and lifeguard hours for the 2022 summer season.
If you don’t have a current working smoke and/or carbon monoxide detector, please call the 911 communications nonemergency number at 203-977-5555 or go to the Stamford Fire Department’s website at stamfordfire.com.
Alive at Five will be at Mill River Park again beginning July 14, 2022! Check out the line up here!