News For Mama
“The Village” in Stamford will be a 133,000sq ft work/play, indoor/outdoor, multi-acre campus will fuel community, commerce and creativity. Learn more here!
Stamford Public Schools is asking parents and caregivers to share your experience based on the learning model in which your children are currently participating.
The State of Connecticut has launched its official COVID-19 exposure notification app, COVID Alert CT. The app is available for Apple and Android mobile devices and lets users know if they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 without sharing any personal information.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this year the Stamford Public Schools will host its Fall Community Open House will be virtual during the week of November 9.
Need a little extra information before heading out to vote today? Looking for an activity to teach your kids about voting? Check here for all of the last minute information you need to cast your ballot and a few fun ideas!
Stamford Mayor David Martin says he is ordering, under revised State guidelines that the City of Stamford return to Phase 2 of Reopening. Find the details here.
Looking for information about how to vote in the November 3 Election and what you’re voting for locally? Check here for information on registering to vote, how to vote and what you’ll see on your ballot as far as local races.
An exciting expansion project is underway at Mill River Park! It will create a larger space for families to enjoy both outdoors and indoors all year long. We had the chance to speak to Nia Rhodes Jackson, Director of Visitor Experience with Mill River Park about what this means for local families.
The parents behind Who We Play For formed a nonprofit organization aimed at eliminating preventable Sudden Cardiac Arrest through electrocardiogram screening. Learn more about it, here!
The City of Stamford will allow residents to put their leaves on the curb during the 2020 fall season for pick up beginning November 11!