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The Stamford Garden Club recognized the founder of the G.I.V.E. Program as a local leader in environmental education.
Dr. Pete Richel of Northern Westchester Hospital has published a new book all about baby's first year, adding author to his list of titles that also includes pediatrician and singer/songwriter.
From public and private schools in Queens and the Bronx to those in Westchester, Long Island, Rockland County, and beyond, parents stand up to help stock dwindling school libraries with new books by voting for their child's school in the Books 4 Our School challenge.
At just 8 years old, Harrison Bernstein of Westport, CT, is an entrepreneur and philanthropist with a passion for the hospitality industry. Harrison got a chance to go behind-the-scenes at the newly renovated Westport Inn, where he spent a full day learning about the hotel business and doing some of his favorite things -- like folding napkins.
Family Therapeutic Counseling Matters is a professional counseling center that opened its doors to the Westport community on January 2.
Hair Fairies opened a new location in Fairfield, its seventh nationwide, on March 1.
Ridgefield native, Anna Parille, authors a children’s book, A New Home for the Honeypies, that features a fluffy puppy and his magical paw that helps kids see the brighter side to moving into a new home.
Camp Playland in New Canaan welcomes its third generation of family management to the 18-acre summer camp.
From San Francisco to Bridgeport, Dr. Dennis Godby, along with his sons and nephew, ran coast to coast to educate Americans about natural health care options.
In late September E.Nopi Learning Center, an international supplemental education franchise, opened in Westport, making it the fourth one in Connecticut.
Handfuls of PTAs across the country received a grant of $1,000 this week from the National PTA as part of their seventh annual Take Your Family to School Week, which occurs in February to help promote family engagement and support student achievement.
The New York Rangers and USA Hockey teams up with community ice rinks throughout the tri-state area to host the first-ever "Try Hockey for Free" day, introducing kids to hockey with free skating and hockey lessons.
Kumon, an after-school learning center, opens its newest location in Fairfield on Post Road.
Stamford families can take advantage of the town's new center dedicated to providing resources for a healthy pregnancy.
Seasoned clinical-school child psychologist Dr. Lynne Goldstein, a specialist in issues related to bullying and self-esteem, opened her own practice in Westport, CT, offering individual therapy, therapy for children and families experiencing divorce, psycho-educational evaluations, and therapy for gifted children and their families.
Neighborhood Studios of Fairfield County has finally moved to its own space in Bridgeport, CT after more than 30 years in the community and will expand its arts programs through a generous grant.
Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities honored seven teens from across the country this year with youth achievement awards, including three outstanding individuals from our area.
Artist Hannah Perry offers an array of art classes and activities at her new children's art studio, The Giggling Pig, in Shelton, Connecticut.
The Law Office of Lawrence W. Berliner opens in Wesport, Connecticut, offering children and young adults representation in the areas of special education law and disability law.
CLAP for Children will open at the Chinese School of Norwalk to offer more Chinese language classes to kids and adults.
The Learning Garden Preschool, a play-based preschool, will open its doors in Bridgeport this September.
The Splatter Box art studio opened June 5 in Westport, offering art classes and workshops, art camps, birthday parties, and pottery painting.
Dr. Gregory Mokotoff of Kids First Dentistry in Fairfield, CT visited Haiti to provide dental care to underprivileged children.
The founder of TagsMania, a Connecticut-based toy company, and his teen daughter received a patent for their newest toy creation, the Tagsdale®.
For foodies in Fairfield, the search for fresh, local, and certified organic produce is about to get a whole lot easer. On June 3 at 8:30am, Whole Foods Market will open its eighth Connecticut location in Fairfield at 350 Grasmere Avenue.