Verónica Del Valle, Stamford Advocate

Verónica Del Valle

Stamford Advocate

Connecticut, United States

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Recent articles by Verónica:

Stamford church ‘deeply rooted’ in city’s history angles for a modern makeover into an apartment complex

Three years after a developer purchased Stamford’s historic First Congregational... → Read More

In 90-degree heat, Stamford seniors transformed Cove Island bridge. Now it’s ‘blooming’ with painted waterlilies.

The Stamford Senior Center and Greenwich-based motivational speaker Laurie Newkirk helped... → Read More

Officials: Stamford reports six overall cases of monkeypox, three of whom have recovered

Three of the six infected people have recovered. No case was directly related to another... → Read More

Stamford Downtown to get bagel shop, boutique gym at 1 Atlantic

Bagel shop Empire Bagels and boutique boxing gym Rumble will soon open up in Downtown... → Read More

Stamford to explore opting out of state housing policy to us its own regulations

Stamford could join the list of towns opting out of new statewide rules allowing ADUs, an... → Read More

Stamford’s deteriorating West Main Street bridge now too dangerous to use, officials say

A new pedestrian bridge will sit alongside Stamford's historic West Main Street Bridge, which is so damaged, pedestrians can only walk on specific parts of the span. → Read More

Stamford Downtown cancels Alive at Five performance for Walk the Moon

The Downtown Special Services District said a member of the band tested positive for COVID-19, forcing the band to pull out of the July 28 concert. → Read More

Stamford mayor’s husband, former state senator inches towards cannabis cultivation license

Mayor Caroline Simmons’ husband, Art Linares, owns part of Connceticut Social Equity: one of 16 businesses that could get a marijuana growing license. → Read More

Stamford wants to legislate outdoor dining before the state law governing it goes away

Representatives took early steps Thursday night to codify outdoor dining in Stamford... → Read More

The Stamford creator of stage show ‘Woof Woof the Shadow Pup’ wants to bring together imagination and family

The show, which premiers in late July at the Seldin Performing Arts Center, uses shadows... → Read More

If Stamford raised its garbage dump fees, would it bring in more revenue or increase illegal dumping?

City Representatives and Stamford’s Sanitation Director mulled potential ways to... → Read More

L.L. Bean’s 13-foot Bootmobile is making ‘guerrilla-style’ stops in Stamford, Bridgeport and New Haven

For its 10th anniversary celebration, the L.L. Bean Bootmobile Thursday evening will make... → Read More

If Stamford greenlights e-scooters, would there be better enforcement or more problems? Officials are split.

With preliminary conversations before the Board of Representatives finished, either the... → Read More

Starbucks eyes High Ridge Road site for fifth Stamford store

If constructed, the 64 High Ridge Road location would be the fifth Starbucks in... → Read More

Stamford’s Fish Church offers ‘spectacular kind of Gothic experience,’ but First Presbyterian needs $7M in repairs

Stamford’s First Presbyterian Church and its nonprofit wing have planned a... → Read More

In Stamford, Whole Foods to join Saks Off 5th at former Lord & Taylor location

Both Whole Foods and Saks Off 5th will fill the hole left on High Ridge Road by Lord... → Read More

Stamford is putting more money toward affordable housing. Here’s how.

Stamford will double the amount of money that goes from certain city funds to affordable... → Read More

CT Japanese market chain finds a ‘central’ hub in Downtown Stamford

Stamford’s Maruichi Select, whose creators ran the successful Fuji Mart in Greenwich, Connecticut, has opened its newest shop on Summer Street. → Read More

With e-scooters popping up in CT, are the state’s streets safe enough for them?

Safety in micromobility is complicated and made up of dozens of individual factors —... → Read More

Stamford Islamic Center mourns the loss of one of its founding fathers: ‘He was a pillar’

Abdul Rahim, entrepreneur and a founding father of the Stamford Islamic Center, died... → Read More