Jared Weber, Stamford Advocate

Jared Weber

Stamford Advocate

Contact Jared

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • Stamford Advocate
  • TheHourNews
  • Greenwich Time
  • Lansing StateJournal
  • Livingston Daily
  • The Dallas Morning News
  • North Jersey News

Past articles by Jared:

Stamford makes outdoor dining permanent, but restaurants will pay for the privilege

Before, city statutes only permitted outdoor dining — in season from March 15 to Nov. 30 — on private patios and sidewalks. → Read More

From Florida to Milford to Stamford, Pedal Cruise party boat comes to Harbor Point in June

Pedal Cruise, a company started by three Connecticut men that expanded last year into Milford, will start offering rides in Stamford in June. → Read More

CT immigrants got care for their child through Medicaid expansion. A new bill would expand it further.

Stamford nonprofit Building One Community helped an immigrant family that moved from Honduras to Norwalk sign up for CT's Medicaid program. → Read More

After fleeing war and grief in Ukraine, refugees have found acceptance at a Stamford 'English Cafe'

The English Cafe in Stamford has no tangible goals other than to provide a safe place for people who are grieving losses of home and community, organizers say. → Read More

Stamford will put millions of dollars into road upgrades to end fatal crashes: 'One of my top priorities'

The moves include a state grant, budgetary items and a request to use American Rescue Plan Act funds. → Read More

New Canaan's state Republicans pitch scaling down 8-30g affordable housing law by moving goalposts

Advocates say the proposal would limit the reach of one of the state's foremost affordable housing laws and cut into pending housing stock. → Read More

See inside the historic Stamford Savings Bank, which may become a boutique hotel

The building, preserved by a local developer, could become an 11-story, 82-room boutique hotel. → Read More

Stamford bans pedestrians from crumbling West Main Street Bridge while temporary structure is built

Though city officials have not decided on how exactly to restore the historic bridge, construction on a $1.6 million temporary walkway will begin soon. → Read More

A sneak peek at The Smyth, downtown Stamford's new high-rise luxury apartments where studios rent at $2.3K

Twelve apartments have so far been moved into as of Wednesday, community manager Alex Martinez said. → Read More

Practice ice rink on Stamford-Greenwich border? A billionaire's legacy may help kids get more ice time.

The family of late billionaire businessman Leandro Rizzuto, whose family founded Conair Corp., is proposing to build a 35,500-foot indoor practice ice rink. → Read More

Stamford developer ordered to pay $600K in negligence lawsuit after man breaks elbow in BLT garage

The verdict came Wednesday from a Stamford Superior Court jury. The man's initial complaint had requested at least $15,000. → Read More

Half of Stamford's Cove Island Park's marinas, badly damaged by Superstorm Sandy, have been dredged.

Dredging is the process of cleaning out the bed of a body of water, often by removing sediments and debris. → Read More

Stamford's last vacant downtown lot could become a 2-building, seven-story 471-unit apartment complex

The buildings would face each other across Clinton Avenue: 176 apartments on the eastern side and 295 on the western block with a total of 49 affordable units. → Read More

Stamford developer BLT offering free Atlantic Street parking

It will be months until the new Stamford Transportation Center parking garage is open, but until then, commuters have a 200-spot alternative free of cost. → Read More

Developer wants to transform former Stamford Savings Bank into 11-story, 4-star boutique hotel

The Old Towne Hotel project would convert the Stamford Savings Bank building on Atlantic into an 82-room boutique four-star hotel with dining room. → Read More

Stamford's Curaleaf dispensary to start recreational cannabis sales Saturday

Curaleaf received approval by the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection to sell marijuana to recreational customers starting Saturday in Stamford → Read More

Stamford OKs Curaleaf dispensary as city’s second recreational cannabis retailer, start date uncertain

The Stamford Zoning Board voted 3-2 Monday night to allow Curaleaf’s East Main Street medical dispensary to sell recreational cannabis. → Read More

North Stamford is less than a year from city sewers, but it will cost residents $8 million long term

Local officials expect the first phase of the project will break ground before the end of this year, with installation financed by sewer bonds and fees. → Read More

It would take $1.3M to fix Stamford's Scalzi Park's tennis courts. A proposed city budget offers $50K.

The 12 tennis courts at Scalzi Park are Stamford's largest concentration for local players but have suffered from years of budgetary neglect. → Read More

Stamford considers limits on gas-powered leaf blower

The amendment would add leaf blowers to the city's noise ordinance, shorten the time the blowers could be used and increase penalties for noncompliance. → Read More