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Nine-year-old Kylie Babcock of Weston and her horse Jesse competed at the All-American Quarter Horse Congress in Columbus, Ohio, last month. Also pictured are Pamela Shork, who also attended the event; Kylie’s mother Lisa Hall Babcock and Kylie's trainer Britt Heggland. —Shane Raux photo

Young rider rises through the ranks

Riding horses is more than just a pastime for Kylie Babcock. It is a passion….

The Push for Entrepreneurship will be held on Nov. 7 at the John Barrone Campus Center at Fairfield University. Among the participants are , from top left, Kim Rizy, director of sales and marketing, Madavor Media; Michael Carter, founder Carter Morse & Mathias and also founder of Push for Entrepreneurship; Mark Fagan, managing partner, Citrin Cooperman; and right, Oni Chukwu, CEO, Etouches.

Push for Entrepreneurship fund-raiser is Nov. 7

Doing two hours of push-ups and starting a business have a number of similarities, according…

Brazilian jiu-jitsu Master Marcio Stambowsky (bottom) of Weston demonstrates techniques with Sandy Bucaro, also of Weston, at Gracie Sports  in Norwalk. — Rocco Paul Valluzzo photo

Stambowsky shares passion for jiu-jitsu

To Master Marcio Stambowsky, Brazilian jiu-jitsu is more than just a martial art. It’s a…



The Cubs won the Weston Little League majors division championship, 13-5 over the Cardinals. Players…

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