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tamford Advocate: Your Window to Stamford’s Community and Events

The Collection of Congress does not have copies of this paper title in its collection. Nevertheless, it might be available in collections around the country. Inspect “Libraries That Have It” or select the LCCN Permalink listed below for additional information.

The Stamford Advocate is a daily paper that covers neighborhood information and occasions in the city of Stamford, Connecticut as well as surrounding areas. It also offers ultramodern updates on weather, website traffic and the most recent celeb chatter. The paper’s editorial staff is comprised of seasoned, committed journalists that work hard to cover the city’s concerns from a variety of angles and also offer visitors with the details they require to make enlightened choices.

In addition to a typical concentrate on sporting activities and company, the Advocate pays special focus to the city’s transport requirements, including the Metro-North Railroad. The paper additionally offers extensive insurance coverage of the Stamford college system and also routinely includes a special area focused on education.

Local sports and also home entertainment are additionally a huge part of the paper’s focus, with write-ups on the city’s specialist and also amateur sports teams. The paper additionally dedicates considerable protection to regional songs, as well as a variety of various other topics, including food, wellness, national politics, the arts and even more.

The paper’s initial proprietor, Charles Holly, was a strong advocate of analysis. He promoted publications in his very own circulating library and also was among the owners of the Ferguson Library in Stamford. After Holly’s death in 1848, the paper changed owners. In 1892 the Gillespie household purchased the newspaper and also made it a daily. In 1977, they offered the paper to Times Mirror Business, the owner of The Los Angeles Times. In June 2000, Tribune Business acquired Times Mirror as well as included The Advocate into its holdings. In 2003, the paper began a Norwalk version as well as relocated its headquarters to the Tresser Blvd as well as Washington Avenue place in midtown Stamford.