Linda Conner Lambeck, TheHourNews

Linda Conner Lambeck

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Connecticut, United States

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Recent:
  • TheHourNews
  • Stamford Advocate
  • Greenwich Time
  • The Middletown Press
  • Register Citizen
  • Connecticut Post
Past:
  • The News-Times

Recent articles by linda:

Attorney General: Connecticut plans legal challenge of ICE ruling on international students

ICE said international students can only stay if their courses are delivered in person. Connecticut's attorney general said he will join other states in waging a legal challenge. → Read More

Bow Tie’s CT movie theaters temporarily close again

The Ridgefield-based Bow Tie Cinemas said they are awaiting the return of new Hollywood movie releases. → Read More

State releases details: Here’s what school will look like come fall

Days after announcing a plan to reopen school full time in the fall, state officials on Monday afternoon released a 50-page guideline that will serve as its road map. → Read More

Closure, detour of Exit 4 ramp on I-95 begins Tuesday

The closure is necessary to facilitate work activities being performed by Eversource Energy to restore the roadway/ramp condition. → Read More

Harvey School honors student-athlete from Greenwich

Ryan Horowitz is expected to play Division I baseball at Bucknell University after graduating with honors. → Read More

Trustees: UConn COVID-19 budget cuts will cause Huskies to bleed

UConn COVID-19 budget cuts begin with athletics but won't end there, officials say → Read More

UConn brass to take furloughs to deal with budget shortfall

In a letter sent to faculty and staff, the university asks non-union managers to take one furlough day a month, senior manager two days and both to forego merit raises. → Read More

Photos: Bassick seniors get a hero's send-off at drive-up graduation in Bridgeport

For the time Bassick High School has remaining at its present location, it may have to... → Read More

Jeep SUVs recalled to fix problem that can cause power loss

DETROIT (AP) - Fiat Chrysler is recalling almost 95,000 Jeep Cherokees worldwide because a transmission problem can cause the small SUVs to lose power unexpectedly. Also, when drivers shift into park, the transmissions may not go there, increasing the risk of a rollaway crash. The recall covers certain Cherokees from the 2014 through 2017 model years and includes about 2,700 replacement parts.… → Read More

Jeep SUVs recalled to fix problem that can cause power loss

DETROIT (AP) - Fiat Chrysler is recalling almost 95,000 Jeep Cherokees worldwide because a transmission problem can cause the small SUVs to lose power unexpectedly. Also, when drivers shift into park, the transmissions may not go there, increasing the risk of a rollaway crash. The recall covers certain Cherokees from the 2014 through 2017 model years and includes about 2,700 replacement parts.… → Read More

Jeep SUVs recalled to fix problem that can cause power loss

DETROIT (AP) - Fiat Chrysler is recalling almost 95,000 Jeep Cherokees worldwide because a transmission problem can cause the small SUVs to lose power unexpectedly. Also, when drivers shift into park, the transmissions may not go there, increasing the risk of a rollaway crash. The recall covers certain Cherokees from the 2014 through 2017 model years and includes about 2,700 replacement parts.… → Read More

Former longtime New Canaan Advertiser editor dies

Ed Chrostowski was the editor of the weekly newspaper for some five decades, a Stamford, native, previously resided in Norwalk, and was a Ridgefield resident. → Read More

Sign of the times at Greenwich Town Hall

Reminders are posted for visitors: Practice social distancing when completing government business. → Read More

How This AI Company Is Working to Transform Space Exploration in an Age of Global Pandemic

In this ongoing series , we are sharing advice, tips and insights from real entrepreneurs who are out there doing business battle on a daily basis. (Answers have been edited and condensed for clarity.) Who are you and what is your business? I'm Ben Lamm, a serial technology entrepreneur who builds intelligent and transformative businesses. I am currently the founder and CEO of Hypergiant, a… → Read More

Connecticut officer involved in 2019 fatal shooting resigns

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - An officer who was cleared of wrongdoing in a fatal shooting last year of an 18-year-old driver has resigned from a central Connecticut police department. Wethersfield officer Layau Eulizier fired through the windshield of a car coming at him in April 2019, killing Anthony Vega Cruz. A state prosecutor determined last month that Eulizier believed the car was about to hit… → Read More

Farm Market opens this weekend at Stamford Museum & Nature Center

Admission is free to the outdoor market, and visitors must wash hands, wear masks and practice social distancing while shopping. → Read More

Lamont to allow small, in-person high school graduations in July

With high school Classes of 2020 set to graduate this month, Connecticut's governor puts social distance rules in place to allow small in-person ceremonies as of July 6. → Read More

Connecticut state colleges plan in-person classes from August to Thanksgiving due to coronavirus

The 17 state colleges and universities under the Board of Regents for Higher Education plan to start - and finish - the fall 2020 early to beat a likely second wave from the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Graduation rates of Fairfield County-area schools

On-time graduation rates for high school seniors were high for the Class of 2019 in... → Read More

Administrators get sneak peak at summer school protocols

An email to the state's school superintendents has given some outlines to what summer school may look like once it starts up in July. Included are nurses, no more than 10 students and one teacher per classroom and forward-facing desks 6 feet or more apart. → Read More