VAX Facts

The state is releasing information about how many individuals are vaccinated in all Connecticut communities. As of March 18th, 2021, 12,211 or 23.5% of the town’s population had been vaccinated with a first dose. . As of Friday, March 19, vaccine scheduling is open to residents 45 years of age and older. Stratford clinics have […]

Heartbreaking Loss to a Stellar Season

Red Devils Lose in Semifinals but Winner in Stratford The Stratford High School Boys Basketball team finished its season Monday Night losing in the Semi Finals of the SWC Conference playoffs.   Stratford was defeated by Kolbe Cathedral 58-32 at the Sheehan Center.   Jayquan Kirkland led the Red Devils with 16 points. Three players from […]

#PlayLikeAGirl: Women’s History Month

Groundbreaking Women Athletes On and Off Their Venue Sources: Insider Wilma Rudolph African American sprinter Wilma Rudolph was the first American woman to win three gold medals in a single Olympics. She overcame the loss of strength in her left leg and foot, caused by polio at five years old, to become the fasted woman […]

Criminal Justice-a Primer

Zoom in on Conversations On Criminal Justice Sponsored by the Council of Churches Courageous Conversations on Racial Equality focusing on Criminal Justice will take place on APRIL 1ST on ZOOM – 7:30 – 8:45 PM How can we come together to make Stratford stronger and healthier for all? Join CARE for a series of Zoom […]

A Cuppa With Mystery and Intrigue!

Books Over Coffee March 31st FLORENCE ADLER SWIMS FOREVER by Rachel Beanland Discussion Leader: LINDA LIDESTRI. Wednesdays at Noon ON ZOOM! Florence Adler Swims Forever is the debut novel of American author Rachel Beanland. and centers upon the Adler family living in Atlantic City during the 1930s. Over the course of one summer that begins […]

Know Your Town: Second District

Councilmember Spotlight Second District Councilmember Kaitlyn Shake By Ariana Fine [Stratford Crier’s mission is to inform and update Stratford residents on various categories of interest, community events, pertinent information, and/or input into specific tasks or project. We would like to highlight the work, dedication and projects of our elected officials, beginning with town council members. […]

Stratford Board of Education names new Superintendent

Stratford School Move Forward Windsor High School Principal Uyi Osunde names to post Photo Courtesy of Journal Courier On Thursday the Board of Education announced that Windsor High School Principal Uyi Osunde has been named the next Superintendent of Schools in Stratford. Osunde is replacing current Superintendent Janet Robinson, who is retiring in June after […]

Foodies Alert: What’s Cooking at the Stratford Library?

What is your favorite recipe? What recipe has been handed down in your family from generation to generation? The Library is celebrating its 125th anniversary with a cookbook to be published in Fall 2021. The library is currently soliciting local recipes to be added. You can add your recipe by following this special link: […]

Red Devils Headed for SWC Semi-Finals!!!

Stratford High School Basketball Team Play Monday The Stratford High School Boys’ Basketball team is headed to the Semi Finals of the SWC Conference tournament! The Red Devils defeated Joel Barlow 59-47 Thursday night at the SHS Gymnasium to advance. Jayquan Kirkland dominated with 22 points. 6 other Stratford players (Mike D’Aloia, Brady Knorr, Jaden […]