Library employee Eri Nonami pushes a cart full of books through the large print section at the Greenwich Library in Greenwich, Conn. Monday, June 22, 2015.

Books from Above

The umbrellas were out on Greenwich Avenue as the rain continued for a third day in Greenwich, Conn., Tuesday afternoon, June 2, 2015. The National Weather Service is forecasting a sunny day for Wednesday with temperaturs in the upper 60s.

“Who’ll stop the rain?” – CCR

Gulls at Greenwich Point diving below the water to retrieve shells, then dropping them onto the rocky beach to crack them.

Greenwich Gulls

Milena Ramirez, left, of Byram, takes a photo of Sonia Goncalves, of Greenwich, as the sun rises on the beach before the First Congregational Church of Greenwich Easter sunrise at Greenwich Point Park in Old Greenwich, Conn. Sunday, April 5, 2015.  Over 100 people observed the service to pray, sing hymns and read scripture as the sun rose on the beach.

Greenwich Easter sunrise service

Deerfield's Matt Kane (#88), left, dives in an attempt to prevent a shot by Brunswick's Jack Knight (#12), at right, as a spring snow shower made playing conditions difficult during the boys high school lacrosse game between Brunswick School and Deerfield Academy at Brunswick School in Greenwich, Conn., Saturday, March 28, 2015.

Snow shot


Swimming for the Sound

  With their eyes set on the great blue yonder, area children take the first steps toward the dream of sailing on the Long Island Sound. Through the Young Mariners Foundation, children from low

Connecticut’s awesome snow sculptures

This snowy winter has put a lot of Connecticut residents into a blue funk, but not everyone has succumbed to the dreary weather. Check out the impressive snow sculptures that people from across the

Danbury students use snow day to build awesome, gigantic sculpture of their dog

Danbury residents Michael, Abigayle, and Ellen Retter turned a snowy day into a fun family project on Thursday, March 5. Using snow and colored water, they created an enormous sculpture of their