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Sandra Diamond Fox

Community Reporter

Sandra Diamond Fox has been a journalist since 2005, working for The News-Times and The Redding Pilot prior to coming to the Daily Voice. She has a bachelor's degree in English from Stony Brook University and a Master's degree in publishing from Pace University. She married with four teenage children and is a competitive runner and avid exerciser.

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  1. Reunited Syrian Refuge Family Welcomed With Open Arms In Milford

    Reunited Syrian Refuge Family Welcomed With Open Arms In Milford

    MILFORD, Conn. — As a reunited Syrian refugee family celebrated Friday evening, U.S. Sens. Chris Murphy and Richard Blumenthal vowed to continue fighting the travel ban that had threatened to keep the family apart. "We are not going to rest. We are going to fight this any way we can," Murphy told the packed room at the Olive Tree in Milford as friends and supporters gathered ...

  2. Who Will Win? Seal At Norwalk's Maritime Aquarium Makes Her Super Bowl Pick

    Who Will Win? Seal At Norwalk's Maritime Aquarium Makes Her Super Bowl Pick

    NORWALK, Conn. — Who will win the Super Bowl this year? Orange, a harbor seal at the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, has made her pick. Fans of New England might be happy to know that she choose the Patriots — at least until learning that the seals at the aquarium are zero-for-five in picking Super Bowl winners. But will the sixth time be the charm that turns their losing streak ...

  3. New Canaan Mom Won't Let Trump's Ban Stop Efforts To Help Refugees

    New Canaan Mom Won't Let Trump's Ban Stop Efforts To Help Refugees

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. — Ever since President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration took effect last week, New Canaan mom Juli Kurtzman has been growing more concerned with each passing day.Kurtzman, who has been spearheading an effort to settle a Syrian refugee family in New Canaan, said she is now unsure whether the family she is helping will be able to come from Syria at ...

  4. Head Chef Says Easton Village Store Is 'Where Everybody Knows Your Name'

    Head Chef Says Easton Village Store Is 'Where Everybody Knows Your Name'

    EASTON, Conn. -- When Geoff Moore, head chef at the Easton Village Store, sees a blue Dodge Durango pull into the parking lot, he knows it must be “Not So Wild Bill,” and he starts getting an everything bagel with butter ready for him, along with an orange juice.”We used to call him Wild Bill, but he’s getting older now,” chuckled Moore, a Newtown resident.Moore said that just like with ...

  5. Trump's Victory Leaves Nation Divided, Theologian Says In Norwalk Talk

    Trump's Victory Leaves Nation Divided, Theologian Says In Norwalk Talk

    NORWALK, Conn. — How did Donald Trump win the presidential election — an outcome that "has left our nation as racially and ethnically divided as it has ever been," a theologian asked in a talk Monday evening in Norwalk.The Rev. Kelly Brown Douglas spoke to over 60 people on this question in her talk titled, "Stand Your Ground In An Era of Black Lives Matter" at St. ...

  6. Ridgefield Architect Builds Grand Central In Legos — And Maybe You Can, Too

    Ridgefield Architect Builds Grand Central In Legos — And Maybe You Can, Too

    RIDGEFIELD, Conn. — Ridgefield architect Keith Olsen grew up playing with Legos. But little did Olsen know he would reconnect with the toy and end up designing a "Grand" model that could soon be available for purchase.Olsen has created a 15-inch wide by 15-inch long by 5-inch high miniature model of Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan — made entirely of the miniature building ...

  7. Danbury Attorneys Enjoy 'Overwhelming' Patriotism At Trump's Inauguration

    Danbury Attorneys Enjoy 'Overwhelming' Patriotism At Trump's Inauguration

    DANBURY, Conn. — Uplifting and ebullient were two words that Bob Yamin, an attorney at Yamin & Yamin in Danbury, used to describe his experiences in Washington, D.C., for the festivities surrounding President Donald Trump's inauguration.Yamin and his wife, Dianne — a probate judge and attorney with Yamin & Yamin — attended both inaugurations for President George W. Bush. But he ...

  8. Photos: Bridgeport Protesters Find Solidarity In Local Women's March

    Photos: Bridgeport Protesters Find Solidarity In Local Women's March

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Bethel resident Cyndie McGuire joined the nearly 3,000 people Saturday at the Women's March On Connecticut in Stamford. McGuire said she went to the march to represent the values she feels are important to her.“Now is the time to stand together and fight for all the rights that many before us have fought for us to have, such as a woman’s right to make choices over her ...

  9. Making Their Voices Heard: Thousands Unite In Stamford Women's March

    Making Their Voices Heard: Thousands Unite In Stamford Women's March

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Chants of “Justice and Equity for All” and "Love Trumps Hate” rang out as a crowd of about 3,000 people filled Mill River Park in downtown Stamford on Saturday for the Women's March On Connecticut."The City of Stamford is one of the most diverse cities in America. I’m proud to have this march here in solidarity with all the other marches taking place across ...

  10. Crowd Floods Stamford Park In Solidarity With Women's March On DC

    Crowd Floods Stamford Park In Solidarity With Women's March On DC

    STAMFORD, Conn. — With looks of determination on their faces, over 1,000 people converged Saturday on  the downtown Mill River Park, carrying signs, posters and banners for the Women’s March on Stamford.The noon event will include an hour of speakers in the park, followed by a march around the blocks that circle the Trump Parc building at Broad Street and Washington Boulevard.The event ...

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