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Tom Renner

Client Editor

No one knows local sports quite like Tom Renner, The Daily Voice's Sports Editor. For 22 years, he covered the field for The Stamford Advocate. He's been in Fairfield County since 1987.

Tom Renner's Contributions

  1. Mamaroneck Girls Begin New School Year With New Family, New Home

    Mamaroneck Girls Begin New School Year With New Family, New Home

    MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- Three young girls started life with a new family in a new home in Mamaroneck earlier this summer. On Tuesday, Gabby, Reagan and Riley Cappello will step into new schools, taking another step in rebuilding their precious lives with the support of Amy and Jon Stellwagen.“They’ve been very resilient in light of what they’ve gone through in the past six months,’’ said ...

  2. Mamaroneck Woman Leads Group That Takes Lessons From 9/11 To Rebuild Lives

    Mamaroneck Woman Leads Group That Takes Lessons From 9/11 To Rebuild Lives

    MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- As the executive director of Project Rebirth, Helen Rafferty of Mamaroneck helps people discover methods that facilitate healing, foster hope and build resilience. Lessons learned from 9/11, along with people who experienced physical and emotional distress in the catastrophe, provide the forum for learning.As the 15th anniversary of the attacks on the country ...

  3. Mamaroneck Homeowners Reap Spring Rewards With Fall Planting

    Mamaroneck Homeowners Reap Spring Rewards With Fall Planting

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Don’t let the hot and humid days of early September fool you – fall is just around the corner, and it’s a great time for planting.The warm days and cool nights of autumn provide optimal conditions for successful root development. While all plants need sufficient water after planting, the cooler temperatures and hopefully, more frequent rains, of September and ...

  4. Chappaqua Woman Turns To Acupuncture Career After Sticky Medical Ordeal

    Chappaqua Woman Turns To Acupuncture Career After Sticky Medical Ordeal

    CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Pain seared through Chappaqua's Toni King during her freelance artist career. She found relief in acupuncture, became credentialed and now owns a thriving practice.The path from freelance artist to respected Acupuncturist was a twisted one. King needed to find relief because pain hampered her work. “My right illiosacral joint was injured,’’ said King, who owns Spotted ...

  5. Mamaroneck Comedienne, 23, Makes Dangerfield Audience 'LOL'

    Mamaroneck Comedienne, 23, Makes Dangerfield Audience 'LOL'

    MAMARONECK, N.Y. — A 23-year-old Mamaroneck comic has already made it to Dangerfield's stage.Kaitlyn Murphy, who performed at the renowned comedy club Wednesday evening, decided midway through her senior year in college to make a bold career choice. With her family’s encouragement, the 23-year-old focused on stand-up comedy as her career path.Murphy celebrated her one-year anniversary ...

  6. White Plains Executive Earns '40 Under 40' Recognition From PR Week

    White Plains Executive Earns '40 Under 40' Recognition From PR Week

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- A Senior Vice President at White Plains-based HEINEKEN USA was named a 2016 “40 Under 40” recipient by PRWeek.Tara Rush, the Chief Corporate Relations Officer at Heinken, earned the recognition. The award from PRWeek honors 40 professionals under the age of 40 who are making outstanding contributions to the communications industry and who are viewed as emerging ...

  7. Westchester Exec Starts New Program To Help Disadvantaged Teens

    Westchester Exec Starts New Program To Help Disadvantaged Teens

    BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y. -- Paul Muratore found the experience of helping at risk youth rewarding when he signed on as a volunteer at The Children’s Village of Dobbs Ferry 30 years ago. Now newly-retired and seeing the challenges late teens from the Village face , the Briarcliff Manor resident is launching a new program to help them integrate more quickly and more fully into society.The ...

  8. Watering Tips For Mamaroneck Residents, With An Environmental Twist

    Watering Tips For Mamaroneck Residents, With An Environmental Twist

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- When summer weather turns hot and dry, it can take a serious toll on plants in your landscape. Cross your fingers for summer showers that give much needed relief. But what do you do when Mother Nature isn’t cooperating?Before you grab the garden hose, consider this information from the EPA – landscape irrigation accounts for nearly one-third of all ...

  9. Westchester Executive Puts Emphasis On County's Youth

    Westchester Executive Puts Emphasis On County's Youth

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Ebony White looks no further than her Yonkers upbringing to find where she discovered a passion for helping young men and women find jobs.White works now as the Director of Workforce and Employer Development for The Business Council of Westchester (BCW) in White Plains. One of her primary responsibilities is to help find jobs for young workers in the county by ...

  10. Grandmother Cheers On Olympic Swimming Star Ryan Lochte From Westchester

    Grandmother Cheers On Olympic Swimming Star Ryan Lochte From Westchester

    CROTON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. -- Marta Aramburu will have a front row seat at Sky View Rehabilitation Center in Croton-on-Hudson for Thursday’s duel in the pool between swimmer Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps at the Summer Olympics. The 95-year-old resident will be rooting hard for Lochte, her 32-year-old grandson, as she does every time he hits the water. Lochte and Phelps will be among the ...

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