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Lidia Ryan, Trending, Features Editor

January 1, 2023 |

Lidia Ryan is the managing editor of trending and features for Hearst Connecticut Media Group and is part of the digital team. Lidia has more than 10 years experience in news and digital media and holds a degree ...

Keila Torres Ocasio, Managing Editor, Connecticut Post

January 1, 2023 |

Keila Torres Ocasio is the managing editor of the Connecticut Post. Keila grew up in Bridgeport and started her career as reporter for the Connecticut Post in 2008. ... She has a bachelor’s degree in ...

Jamiah Bennett, Freelance writer

June 4, 2021 |

Jamiah Bennett is a 2020 graduate from the University of Connecticut with degrees in journalism and sociology. 

Fred McKinney, Columnist

January 3, 2022 |

Fred McKinney received his Ph.D. in economics from Yale University in 1983. He has taught and worked at Sacred Heart University, Brandeis University, the University of Connecticut School of Business, and Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business.

Abigail Brone, Reporter

January 12, 2021 |

I graduated with my master's in journalism from Columbia University in 2020. I received a bachelor's in journalism and English from the University of Connecticut in 2019. Before working for Hearst Connecticut ...

Letter to the Editor: 100+ speak out over tree loss in Darien

February 9, 2023

A 2021 University of Connecticut study showed Darien’s average temperature increased 10 degrees in the past 20 years, faster than any other town in Fairfield or New Haven counties.

Grassroots Gala sets a spring date, a new STEM scholarship is awarded, and other Darien news

January 12, 2023 |

This year’s first scholarship has been awarded to Alexandra Blas, a junior at the University of Connecticut who is studying allied health sciences with an interest in pursuing a doctorate in genetics and genome studies in the future.

Celebrations: Social worker honored for elder services; Greenwich Hospital welcomes first baby of 2023

January 10, 2023 |

Hospital LCSW named CT Social Worker of the Year Roni Lang, a licensed clinical social worker at Greenwich Hospital, was named the 2022 Connecticut Social Worker of the Year by the National Association of Social ...

New Canaan Police Chief hired as Darien school's first security director, to start Jan. 9

December 15, 2022 |

Krolikowski earned a bachelor’s degree in General Studies from the University of Connecticut and graduated from the Stamford Police Academy.While working full-time as a police officer, he earned an M.B.A. ...

Darien-based Person to Person awards first Nash STEM scholarship; student helps to ease food insecurity

December 1, 2022 |

Community news Randi Weiner P2P awards STEM scholarship  Alexandra Blas, a junior at the University of Connecticut studying allied health sciences with an interest in pursuing a doctorate in genetics and genome ...

Andrew Shaw

June 27, 2022

He attended the University of Connecticut, and went on to a long career in media advertising sales.

Stephanie Caffrey Oda

May 17, 2021

She came to the United States in 1967 and lived in New York City before settling in Connecticut. ... Stephanie earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Connecticut and a Master's degree from ...

Community news: Darien’s Mather Homestead to host talk by author of ‘National Parks’ documentary

September 1, 2022 |

Born in Italy, Aiezza lives and paints in Connecticut. ... He earned an an undergraduate degree from the University of Connecticut and a graduate degree from the School of International Service in Washington, ...

Community news: Two new dance instructors join the Darien Arts Center, and more

August 25, 2022 |

Ulloa launched his first-ever ballet in 2015 at Nicaraguan University, where he became the cultural promoter for the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Nicaragua. ... John graduated from the Baltimore School for ...

Community news: Two fifth-graders from Darien write award-winning essays for contests, and more

May 5, 2022 |

Fifth-grader named CT finalist in essay contest Pavana Attonito, a fifth-grader at Hindley Elementary School, is a state finalist in the 30th annual Letters About Literature contest sponsored by the Neag School ...

Clouds on Mars? Migrating birds? Darien students to represent CT in national science symposium

April 4, 2022 |

Seniors Sebastian Mengwall and Lily Donzeiser placed second and fourth place, respectively, in the Connecticut Junior Science and Humanities Symposium earlier this month. ... The state symposium is sponsored by ...

Darien volunteers to tackle an ‘exploding number’ of invasive plants at Cherry Lawn Park

April 14, 2022 |

By Raga Justin DARIEN — When town resident Laura Mosher was taking a walk with a friend through Cherry Lawn Park two years ago, she noticed something odd: a thicket of overgrown, sprawling greenery that ...

Darien’s first female police captain does it to show her daughter ‘women can do whatever they want to do’

March 21, 2022 |

She said she had initially been unsure about the career — she had not grown up wanting to be a police officer and had applied a year after graduating from the University of Connecticut — but heeded a ...

Community news: An eagle lands again at Holly Pond, a dinner will support health care, and more

January 26, 2022 |

Lehigh University is located in Bethlehem, Pa.?’ ... Woodward, author of “Creating Connecticut: Critical Moments That Shaped a Great State,” will give a virtue lecture with the Darien Library on “Leaving ...

Darien High senior named an Aquarion Environmental Champion

October 9, 2020 |

Nisha participated in the University of Connecticut’s Natural Resources Conservation Academy Conservation Training Partnerships program, an environmental education workshop that engages high school students ...

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