Paul Schott, The Middletown Press

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The Middletown Press

Stamford, CT, United States

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Recent:
  • The Middletown Press
  • Greenwich Time
  • Stamford Advocate
  • TheHourNews
  • New Haven Register
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  • Register Citizen
  • The News-Times
  • kcranews
  • Inside Scoop SF
  • mySA

Recent articles by Paul:

Gartner: PC shipments started to recover in Q2

After they were hit by coronavirus disruption in the first quarter of this year, PC shipment grew again in the second quarter, according to Gartner. → Read More

Brooks Brothers shuts down Stamford store after almost 40 years

Brooks Brothers permanently closes its store at Stamford Town Center in the latest blow to the embattled downtown mall. → Read More

Racing ratings gain momentum for NBC Sports at Brickyard 400

NBC Sports got off to a strong start for its 2020 NASCAR coverage, with robust ratings for its programming from Indianapolis Motor Speedway. → Read More

The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America

In Congress, July 4, 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to… → 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

Chelsea Piers launches online youth sports camp with NBC Sports

Stamford neighbors NBC Sports and Chelsea Piers are launching an online sports camp aimed at youth athletes during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

CT firm reaches new milestone with COVID-19 testing

Sema4's growing testing program has been praised by elected officials, including Sen. Chris Murphy. → Read More

The race is on: Stamford entertainment venue set to reopen

RPM Raceway returns this weekend after shutting down for more than three months amid the coronavirus crisis. → Read More

NBC takes over golf U.S. Open coverage from Fox

NBC will add to its already extensive golf coverage with the airing of this year's U.S. Open and U.S. Women's Open. → Read More

Pandemic takes a bite, Chuck E Cheese files for bankruptcy

NEW YORK (AP) - Chuck E Cheese, the restaurant chain that became a Mecca for children and a crucible for many of their parents, is filing for bankruptcy protection. CEC Entertainment Inc. has reopened 266 of its 612 company-operated Chuck E Cheese and Peter Piper Pizza restaurants, but did not elaborate on how willing parents are to again host birthday parties and other gatherings with so many… → Read More

Patriot Bank reports first-quarter loss due to coronavirus

The quarterly loss for the local bank reflected changes that were made to prepare for the disruption of the coronavirus crisis. → Read More

Synchrony promises $5M to support small businesses in wake of the coronavirus

The latest philanthropic venture from the Stamford-based consumer financial services firm will focus on supporting small businesses. → Read More

Q poll: Where Americans stand on racial discrimination, police

The poll also revealed wide gaps by political parties and race. → Read More

Apple stores re-open in Connecticut

Apple stores in Connecticut are re-opening in Connecticut, a big boost for the state's retail industry. → Read More

Individuals’ claims against Purdue Pharma sharply rise

Ahead of a July 30 deadline, personal injury complaints against the OxyContin maker are nearing 18,000. → Read More

Fifth grade teacher who makes Irving School ‘a better place’ named Derby Teacher of the Year

"Children and adults are drawn to the passion, energy and joy she brings to our school community," Irving Principal Aimee Misset said. → 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

Milford order: Proof of residency, inspection of all coolers/bags at beaches

Mayor Ben Blake issued an executive order that requires residernts to bring identification to Walnut Beach, Gulf Beach, Hawley Avenue Beach and Anchor Beach. → 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