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History or Football? “Sunday Afternoon Talks” Set for November 1-22

by the Stratford Library The Stratford Library will present four special sessions of its popular “Sunday Afternoon Talks” series of informative and entertaining talks featuring prominent local guest speakers, on Sunday, November 1-22 at 2 pm.  The four talks will be presented on consecutive Sundays on the Zoom platform.  They are free and open to the […]

Stratford Farmers Market Season Ends Soon: Winter Market Being Considered

by Tom Dillon The summer may be over, but the Stratford Farmers Market is still going strong! Every Monday afternoon an incredible collection of people, goods and services gather at Paradise Green for all to enjoy. If you have been a regular at the market you already know the friendly faces and wonderful products that […]

Don’t Confuse Me with the Facts

Written by Orna Rawls When a group of friends met on ZOOM recently, Jane, a successful used car salesperson shared her financial woes. Google, she said, caused her income to go down significantly. “People get their information ahead of time.” She lamented. “They know all the facts about the cars before they even see them.” […]

The Day That Was…

On September 11th Stratford Police Sargent Jamie “Javi” Rivera posted on Facebook (see screen shot of post below) which was then widely shared and condemned on social media. In his post Sargent Rivera claimed “Black lives matter is a terrorist organization!!!! They call for the killing of cops. No matter what color.” The post went […]

How We Open in Stratford

by the Stratford Board of Education Stratford students returned to the classroom part-time on September 9th. The district’s plan is to have students back in school two days a week despite the coronavirus pandemic. Instead of a full-time in-school schedule, students will be separated into two groups. Cohort A will attend school in-person Monday and […]

Know Your Town: What Does Planning and Zoning Do?

by Jay Habansky, AICP Planning and Zoning Administrator Stratford Office of Planning and Zoning Q: What does the Office of Planning & Zoning do? The Office of Planning and Zoning oversees land-use for the Town of Stratford. In addition to the development and implementation of long-range town planning initiatives, the Office ensures zoning code compliance, […]

Passages Back

The Unique Nature of Stratford’s Suffrage History By David Wright, Editor of The Cupheag Corner As we enter a year of remembrance celebrating the passage of the 19th Amendment on August 18, 1920, a look at how women’s suffrage originated, and evolved, in Stratford seems most noteworthy. Secretary of State, Denise Merrill, has established a […]

Stratford Library Open for Business

By Sheri Szymanski Director, Stratford Library While the world paused to get its bearings, the Stratford Library did the same. As we all shift back to our autumn “normal,” we thought it would be helpful to update you all on some of the goings on at the Library that you may (or may not!) already […]

The Unique Nature of Stratford’s Suffrage History

by David Wright, Editor of The Cupheag Corner As we enter a year of remembrance celebrating the passage of the 19th Amendment on August 18, 1920, a look at how women’s suffrage originated, and evolved, in Stratford seems most noteworthy. Secretary of State, Denise Merrill, has established a Connecticut Suffrage Centennial website which you may […]

Stratford Real Estate Market Leaps during Pandemic

By Osi Rosenberg, A to Z Realty, LLC Location! Location! Location! Stratford is my dream hometown. Situated on the Metro North Train Line with a Forest at one end, and the Shore on the other, Stratford truly is the town for all seasons. The housing market has certainly proven that the time to be in […]