Angela Carella, Stamford Advocate

Angela Carella

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Past articles by Angela:

Stamford mayor wary of New Year's parties

As COVID-19 cases trend upward, Martin says “We have a long way to go to turn this... → Read More

Stamford mayor: COVID Christmas is not for get-togethers

Nearly one person on average is dying of coronavirus each day in Stamford since a spike... → Read More

Mayor: Stamford saw 'huge spike in COVID cases' following Thanksgiving

In his weekly address to residents about the pandemic, Mayor David Martin said he is... → Read More

‘More than I anticipated:’ Mayor fears Thanksgiving the start of a COVID spike in Stamford

The average number of cases jumps 71 percent as city heads into more holidays. → Read More

‘Stamford’s Santa’ grabs reins for a final, difficult year

George Ducanic has led the city's Toys for Tots drive for nearly 30 seasons. This will be his last, and COVID is in the way. → Read More

‘We’ve saved lives because of it’ — Stamford mayor digs deep into COVID data

Numbers show coronavirus is concentrated in neighborhoods in the southern part of the city. → Read More

Sacred Heart announces basketball changes

Sacred Heart announced schedule changes for both men's and women's basketball on Friday. The men had their game against Rhode Island College moved up a day to Dec. 12, still at 2 p.m. Their NEC series against Long Island University moved back a day to Dec. 16 at 7 p.m. and Dec. 17 at 4 p.m., both games at home. For the women, a positive COVID-19 test postponed next week's scheduled home games… → Read More

MTA officials: Metro-North service could be cut by 50 percent

Without $12 billion in federal aid, spending plan for next year would drastically reduce train, bus and subway service and eliminate 9,400 transit-worker positions, officials say. → Read More

Mets 2B Canó suspended 162 games by MLB after drug test

NEW YORK (AP) - Mets second baseman Robinson Canó was suspended for 162 games by Major League Baseball on Wednesday after he tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug for the second time in his decorated career. The 38-year-old Canó will miss the entire 2021 season and lose $24 million in salary. The eight-time All-Star hit a robust .316 with 10 home runs and 30 RBIs in this year's… → Read More

Stamford seeing rapid rise of new COVID cases

'Now is not the time to let up,' officials say, imploring people to rethink Thanksgiving in order to contain the surge. → Read More

Stamford registrars discover uncounted absentee ballots

About 1,000 ballots never made it through the tabulator and were not included in the reported tally. The new ballots did not affect General Assembly races. → Read More

With most districts, but not absentee ballots, counted, Leone in lead

State Sen. Carlo Leone led by a comfortable margin with most results back from polling places Tuesday. The absentee ballot count to be completed on Wednesday. → Read More

Stamford mayor: Not safe to trick-or-treat this year

Martin sets stricter recommendations for Halloween after statewide uptick in COVID-19 cases. City is urging residents to avoid contact outside the immediate family. → Read More

Carlo Leone: Democrat, candidate for the state 27th state Senate District

Carlo Leone is an Air Force veteran who left a career as a financial analyst to join an agency that helps homeless veterans. → Read More

Eva Maldonado: Republican, candidate for the 27th state Senate District

Eva Maldonado, who had a long career as a Stamford police officer, has worked to advance the city's minority Republican Party. → Read More

Gale Sayers, Bears Hall of Fame running back, dies at 77

CHICAGO (AP) - Hall of Famer Gale Sayers, who made his mark as one of the NFL's best all-purpose running backs and was later celebrated for his enduring friendship with a Chicago Bears teammate with cancer, has died. He was 77. Nicknamed "The Kansas Comet" and considered among the best open-field runners the game has ever seen, Sayers died Wednesday, according to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.… → Read More

Letter: Stowe is the true public safety candidate

Greenwich resident questions Silver Shield endorsement of Kimberly Fiorello for state Senate and applauds Kathleen Stowe for work on behalf of public safety. → Read More

Letter: Kasser a problem-solver

New Canaan resident applauds state Sen. Alex Kasser as a "creative problem-solver." → Read More

Stamford mayor warns of coming spike in COVID-19 cases

Mayor David Martin issued an emergency warning that a rise in the virus has been detected in the city's wastewater treatment system. He urged precaution. → Read More

Letter: Stamford rally to support police planned for Aug. 2

Rally to be held 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 2, to support the Stamford Police Department. → Read More