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Skyler Magnoli

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Media is changing, the way we consume content is changing. Consumers are getting their fix in many new ways, but they still deserve quality. I'm the content mixer that goes with anything. Print. TV. Radio. Web. Social.

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Miss Porter's School on Twitter

The March 1 all-female artist auction at @Sothebys to benefit financial aid at Porter's is almost here. Follow the link to watch @Oprah, Agnes Gund '56, and Dr. Katherine Windsor talk all things women, education and art: https://t.co/5v4uniFYHY #SothebysContemporary

04/10/2019
Here, Girls Matter!

Here, Girls Matter! Every gift made today in support of financial aid enables emerging female leaders to attend Miss Porter's School based on merit, not on means. With your help, current and future generations of students will experience all that Porter's has to offer from long-held traditions to curricular innovations. Here, Your Support Matters!

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Coco Schoeller '11 accompanied the Porter's crew team to the Farming... ton River, where she found her name on the boathouse wall (where senior rowers leave their mark) before helping the team kick off practice. Coco - a former rower for Porter's, DI Brown University, and the U.S.

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Miss Porter's School on Twitter

Miss Porter's School is thrilled to announce "By Women, For Tomorrow's Women," the first-ever all-women artist benefit auction at a major auction house. @Sothebys #sothebyscontemporary https://t.co/nHK7UOihPn

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Miss Porter's School on Twitter

Congratulations to our students who hosted the 2nd Annual Young Women of Color Conference. Students facilitated affinity group sessions, and led workshops centered on the experience of women of color. What a wonderful day for affirming identity, and celebrating women of color.

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Miss Porter's School on Twitter

For 176 years, young women have walked through the doors of Main. On April 10 - Farmington Give Day - we are raising money for financial aid. Help us open the door to a Miss Porter's education for exceptional young women who will be the leaders of tomorrow. #FarmingtonGiveDay

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07/18/2019
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04/20/2018
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Ccsudday70
06/05/2014
The Biggest Part Of His Life, Always

The house on Summer Street in Stratford, CT is a shrine. There is not one inch of the living room that is not covered in war memorabilia. Medals, plaques, photographs, uniforms, and guns adorn the walls. It is an ode to an army hero, who landed on Utah Beach, Normandy almost seventy years ago.

Print & Web Articles

Wfsb
08/11/2016
Food from Travelers Championship donated to CT pantries

While the golfing may be over, the spirit of the Travelers Championship lives on as the organization made sure food prepared for the week-long event did not go to waste. Volunteers at Master's Manna Food Pantry in Wallingford were working around the clock since Friday.

Newstimes
01/15/2015
Danbury nightclub owner charged with running $500,000 Ponzi scheme

The owner of a popular Danbury music venue was charged Friday with defrauding more than a dozen investors of nearly $500,000 in what federal authorities described as a Ponzi scheme. According to the indictment and a news release from the U.S.

Ctnews
12/24/2014
New regulations may keep a Kent tribe's fight alive

KENT - A recent court ruling denied a claim by the Schaghticoke Tribal Nation for a large parcel of land in Kent that could someday have been home to a casino. But local and state officials fear proposed federal regulations could reopen the door for the STN and other tribes laying claim to Connecticut land.

NewsBeat
02/13/2015
Danbury couple pleads guilty to child abuse charges

A Danbury couple charged more than a year ago with child abuse has pleaded guilty in Superior Court for charges in which police say witnesses saw the kids repeatedly beaten with a belt. Marco Tuapante, 37, and his girlfriend, Tara Henke, 37, were arrested in June 2013 after school officials reported the two siblings sustained what police described as "suspicious injuries."

NewsTimes
03/02/2015
Nurse who stole painkillers from patients still allowed to practice

WCHN and its affiliates consistently conduct a rigorous pre-employment screening process prior to actual commencement of employment, which includes a successful completion of a background, criminal, reference check, negative drug screen; as well as all professional licensure standings at time of hire.

Newstimes
12/29/2014
Ridgefield dad charged in son's death returns to court Tuesday

The Ridgefield father who pleaded not guilty last month to criminally negligent homicide in the death of his toddler will appear Tuesday in state Superior Court in Danbury for the start of pretrial hearings. [...] Shaban denied the state's request for protective orders for the toddler's two sisters, who remain with the family but are under DCF supervision.

NewsTimes
03/02/2015
New Milford man charged with New Haven shooting

Investigators searching for the suspect who shot and wounded a mother of three children in New Haven last month got a break in the case when police said a New Milford man confessed to the crime a few days later while on a date with a woman.

Newstimes
01/15/2015
Area fire departments battle massive lumberyard blaze

Area fire departments battle massive lumberyard blaze More than 20 fire departments from New York and Connecticut, including crews from New Milford, Kent and Sherman, battled a massive blaze Monday night that destroyed a Cornwall lumberyard and damaged the company's offices, storage facility and trucks.

Newstimes
01/15/2015
Waterbury man accused of beating, 'pimping' girlfriend at Danbury motel on Christmas

Thomas was arrested on Christmas at the Lake Avenue motel after he and his girlfriend walked into the hotel's lobby covered in blood, according to the arrest warrant. According to the arrest warrant, Thomas brought his girlfriend to the hotel a few days before Christmas and repeatedly beat her and forced her into prostitution.

Newstimes
01/15/2015
Redding woman in animal cruelty case to get new lawyer

Ray Connors, head of the state Department of Agriculture, Animal Control Division who attended Monday's hearing, said Lind-Larsen's request for more time to find a lawyer is just a "stall tactic." Redding police and animal-control officers found the two horses, Chinook and Cheyenne, in poor shape with their hips, ribs and spine plainly showing.

Newstimes
12/29/2014
Former Bethel restaurant owner faces second trial on sex assault charges

Fernandes has been charged with two counts of first-degree sexual assault and faces up to 40 years in prison. According to his arrest warrant affidavit, Fernandes claimed he had consensual sexual relations with the two women. The other waitress, who was 26 at the time, claimed Fernandes called her into his basement office, where he showed her a pornographic video, according to court documents.

Newstimes
12/29/2014
More responders using 'wonder drug' Narcan to treat overdose victims

While Connecticut state troopers were recently trained and equipped with a drug that medical professionals have used for decades as an antidote to narcotic overdoses, some local emergency services departments have been more reluctant than others to carry the medicine.

Ctnews
12/03/2014
Danbury dispatchers merge

For more than 50 years, the Danbury police and fire departments have operated as separate entities. That will all change in 2015, when a plan to create a centralized dispatch center staffed by civilians will come to fruition after three years in the making. It's expected to save the city about $1 million a year.

Newstimes
12/29/2014
Bethel's Brotherhood-In-Action continues holiday tradition of helping those in need

BETHEL-- In assembly-line fashion, about 100 volunteers from Girl Scouts to church choir members congregated in a basement on Greenwood Avenue on Tuesday night to sort soup, spaghetti, coffee, cereal, gelatin and loads of cranberry sauce -- all to help their less-fortunate neighbors celebrate Thanksgiving as they also help fill their household pantries.

Newstimes
12/29/2014
Fire burns Bethel's historic Daniel Hickok House

The 254-year-old historic Daniel Hickok House that once provided shelter for Benedict Arnold was severely damaged Monday when a fire tore through its roof. Neighbors huddled behind yellow police tape as they watched more than a dozen Bethel and Stony Hill firefighters battle the blaze, which sent flames and smoke shooting through the roof.

Ctnews
12/18/2014
$5,000 reward for information on the death of a Bethel mother

The family of a young Bethel mother, who was killed in a hit-and-run in November, is offering a $5,000 reward to anyone with information about the driver of the van involved in the deadly accident. Rachel Sack, 23, was killed when a van struck her as she was crossing the road in the area" of South Street and Great Pasture Road, police said.

Newstimes
02/05/2014
Mayors campaign against gun violence kicks off in Newtown

Officials with organization noted that states with comprehensive background checks in place that include private sales experience fewer reports of domestic violence, 39 percent fewer law enforcement officers killed by gun shot wounds, nearly 50 percent fewer suicides and 17 percent less aggravated assaults.

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