School Audit Reported

Board of Education Liaison Meeting -4/21/2021 Special Session By Michael Suntag Report on the results of the CLA audit (Clifton Larson Allen LLP). Note: audit was originally awarded to Bloom Shapiro, who merged with CLA this year. Jeff Sitwell principal of CLA presented the results of the audit to a special meeting of the Board […]

VAX Facts

The state is releasing information about how many individuals are vaccinated in all Connecticut communities. As of April 23, 22,746 or 43.87% of the town’s population had been vaccinated with a first dose. Stratford clinics have dispensed 9,941 vaccines to date. It’s important to keep in mind that we are part of a larger regional […]

Statement on Car Thefts in CT

by State Representative Ben McGorty (R 122nd District) Recently, I polled residents of the 122nd District and asked you how you felt the state should respond to a recent increase in car thefts and vandalism in our communities. Overall, the vast majority of you supported greater legal consequences for juveniles who commit adult crimes like […]

Child Tax Credit Panel Discussion

May 11, 2021 6:15 PM Eastern Time by Rep. Phil Young, (D, District 120) State Representative Phil Young will host a panel discussion about the Child Tax Credit on Tuesday May 11, 2021 at 6:30 PM with State Representative Sean Scanlon, Merril Gay from the CT Early Childhood Alliance, and Liz Fraser from the CT […]

Gerrymandering – It has Happened to Us, will it Happen Again?

Ask the Registrar Your place to get Questions Answered about Voting and Local Elections in Stratford CT. By James Simon Democratic Registrar The gerrymandering and political manipulation of our town’s voting lines was so brazen 20 years ago that it attracted national attention.  A New York Times story on June 8, 2003 quoted Stratford residents as […]

Redistricting in Connecticut 2021: It is Worth Your Attention

by Patricia Rossi, Connecticut Representative of the League of Women Voters of the U. S.’s People Powered Fair Maps Program. Source: The Connecticut Mirror 2021 is the year for redistricting in the United States. Maps drawn this year will define which voters can vote for which candidates for the next ten years.  That means ensuring […]

Calendar of Stratford Food Banks


Town Hall Opens Up for Residents

Town of Stratford administrative offices will be reopened to the public and available by walk-in beginning Monday, May 3. Staff, and those who visit town offices will be required to wear a mask covering their face and nose, and abide by social distancing protocols. Offices have been closed and available by appointment only since Nov. […]

Honored Students

Stratford High School 3rd Quarter Honor Roll Students First Honors Grade 12: Bryana Lee Adams, Anouar Alsadat Agbere, Kesheema Allen, Kimberly Tatiana Arenas, Ariella Christina Augustin, Pamela Bishop, Thomas Donald Blaine, Jarvea Rodney Blake, Molly Ann Bonazzo, Emily Anne Brennan, Elijah James Brown, Ava Rose Buckmir, Quinton Robert Budnick, Ryan Lawrence Burlone, Jonathan Matthew Butz, […]

Decoding Cat Behavior

Stratford Library Sets Zoom Webinar to Enlighten Cat Owners on Cat Behavior!!! Zoom Webinar Set for May 4th at 6:30 pm by Tom Holehan Public Relations & Programming at the Stratford Library The Stratford Library will host Feline Behaviorist Stephen Quandt for “Decoding the Mysteries of Cats or Why Cats Do What They Do!” on […]