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Sandra Diamond Fox

Community Reporter sfox@dailyvoice.com

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. Danbury Synagogue Welcoming New Rabbi With Installation Ceremony

    Danbury Synagogue Welcoming New Rabbi With Installation Ceremony

    DANBURY, Conn. -- The United Jewish Center in Danbury will officially install its new head clergyman, Rabbi Stefan Tiwy, with a ceremony at 7 p.m. March 10."Rabbi Tiwy has brought many new ideas to our community and as a result invigorated the community with a renewed sense of value. His passion is infectious across our entire congregation. We are extremely fortunate that he has ...

  2. Redding Music Teacher Shows Students How To Get Their Groove

    Redding Music Teacher Shows Students How To Get Their Groove

    REDDING, Conn. -- Performing music goes much deeper than just playing the correct notes, said David Morgan, owner of the Music Shed in Redding.Performing music “is about playing with a certain kind of feeling and emotion. It’s about letting your soul come through the instrument — both individually and as a band," Morgan said.At the Music Shed, founded by Morgan in 2009, students ...

  3. Gift Of Life: Brookfield Woman Carrying Another Couple's Baby

    Gift Of Life: Brookfield Woman Carrying Another Couple's Baby

    BROOKFIELD, Conn. — Brookfield mom Joy Greenstein wanted to make a difference that would last a lifetime for someone -- and she is doing this by carrying a baby for another couple.“It has always intrigued me — the whole idea of being able to help someone in this way. I think this is the greatest gift a person' can give someone,” said Greenstein, 37, who is due to give birth on April ...

  4. Redding Woman Seeks More Volunteers At Danbury Shelter: Napping Is OK

    Redding Woman Seeks More Volunteers At Danbury Shelter: Napping Is OK

    DANBURY, Conn. — Two volunteers: That’s all that’s needed to host about 25 homeless people each night at the Dorothy Day overflow shelter at the First Congregational Church in Danbury.And Redding resident Peggy Zamore is making it her mission to spread the word about this essential need in the community.The overflow shelter is open seven days a week from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m. in winter ...

  5. Brookfield's New Police Chief Warns Of Stolen Car Crime Spree In Area

    Brookfield's New Police Chief Warns Of Stolen Car Crime Spree In Area

    BROOKFIELD, Conn. — James Purcell, a veteran officer with 33 years on the force and Brookfield’s new chief, said people shouldn’t feel intimidated by police officers.“If an officer is in uniform, it means he’s working. If you have a question, you should feel comfortable approaching him," said Purcell, who took over as chief in January, replacing Robin Montgomery who held the ...

  6. Blumenthal Takes On Trump Policies After Tour Of Stamford Veterans Clinic

    Blumenthal Takes On Trump Policies After Tour Of Stamford Veterans Clinic

    STAMFORD, Conn. — As U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal toured the Stamford Outpatient Veterans Clinic on Thursday, he had the opportunity to thank veterans for their service and explain a plan to invest $10 billion to modernize VA facilities nationwide.The modernization plan was unveiled last month by Senate Democrats. Sixty percent of VA buildings are 50 years old or more, and the VA ...

  7. Danbury High Student On Walkout: 'America Is Great — With Immigrants'

    Danbury High Student On Walkout: 'America Is Great — With Immigrants'

    DANBURY, Conn. — At about 9:30 a.m. Thursday, 17-year-old Shaun Williams was standing by the main entrance of Danbury High School when he saw a crowd gathering.“People were holding their phones up and then a whole bunch of them left the building. I got pushed outside along with them,” he said of the peaceful walkout involving several hundred students. The walkout was staged to protest a ...

  8. Spring Has Sprung: Soaring Temps Send Danbury Residents Outdoors

    Spring Has Sprung: Soaring Temps Send Danbury Residents Outdoors

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Is it really February? You wouldn't have guessed that Friday afternoon as temperatures touched 70 degrees and people of all ages headed outside to enjoy the warmth across Fairfield County.For 7-year-old Ashlee Rodney of North Salem, N.Y., this meant roller-blading at Rogers Park in Danbury with her father, Rodney Evans.“This is my first time at this park,” said ...

  9. Danbury Girl Tackles Role Of Jesus In Wooster's Production Of 'Godspell'

    Danbury Girl Tackles Role Of Jesus In Wooster's Production Of 'Godspell'

    DANBURY, Conn. — While many actors like to take on roles that take them out of their comfort zones, 17-year-old Danbury resident Jackie Logsted will be playing a role that tops it all.Jackie, a junior at Wooster School in Danbury, is playing a female Jesus in her school’s production of “Godspell.”Although she has performed in over a half-dozen shows since the fifth grade -- at her ...

  10. The Simple Greek Brings Flavors Of The Mediterranean To Norwalk

    The Simple Greek Brings Flavors Of The Mediterranean To Norwalk

    NORWALK, Conn. — Walking into the Simple Greek, which just opened at 440 Westport Ave. in Norwalk, is just like stepping onto the set of “My Big Fat Greek Wedding,” said George Pertesis, who owns the restaurant with his father John.“Being Greek is who we are. It’s in our blood," said Pertesis. His father, John, his mother, Maria, and his sister, Christina, all work in the ...

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