New Canaan


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New Canaan

(kā`nən), town (1990 pop. 17,864), Fairfield co., SW Conn.; settled c.1700, inc. 1801. It is mainly a residential town and suburb of nearby New York City. Silvermine Guild Arts Center is located there.
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To adapt to changing expectations of comfort in affluent New Canaan, many of the homes were expanded, with larger bedrooms, en suite bathrooms, media rooms and wine cellars.
49 acres on the corner of Park and Maple Streets in downtown New Canaan.
The town will provide alternate parking at Locust Avenue parking lot and the top tier parking area at Talmadge Hill Railroad Station, which is the station that's immediately south of the New Canaan station.
As the only independent hometown commercial banks in the towns they serve, The Bank of New Canaan, The Bank of Fairfield and Stamford First Bank are committed to providing the highest possible level of customer service and adding value to their respective communities.
We're excited to bring good, local and environmentally responsible food to the citizens of New Canaan.
HAVING LOVED LIBRARIES SINCE she was a child, Deputy Superintendent Mary Kolek of New Canaan (Conn.
Al Mirin, senior vice president, and Kate Schwattz, associate, of CB Richard Ellis' Westchester/Fairfield Private Client Group have been retained to sell two office buildings totaling approximately 21,000 s/f in New Canaan, Connecticut.
Unimin Corp, 258 Elm St, New Canaan, CT, 06840-5300 tel: 203/966-8850 fax:
In 1987, he was named superintendent of the San Marino Unified School District, where he stayed until 1993, when he was named superintendent of the New Canaan Public Schools in New Canaan, Conn.
UPFRONT asked two students at New Canaan High School in New Canaan, Connecticut, for their views on initiation rites for sports teams, which their school bans.
For the 12 months ending June 30, merger and acquisition volume dropped by nearly 50 percent in the home health and contract therapy sectors, with institutional pharmacy not far behind, according to a report by Irving Levin Associates, a New Canaan, Connecticut-based research firm.
The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF) announced today that its 8th annual MMRF Race for Research: Tri-State 5K Walk/Run, held June 12, 2011, at New Canaan High School in New Canaan, CT, was attended by over 1,500 participants and raised over $335,000 to support the MMRF's groundbreaking work to accelerate the development of next-generation treatments for patients with multiple myeloma, an incurable blood cancer.