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Greenwich Scholarship Association accepting applications

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The Greenwich Scholarship Association, an umbrella organization that awards scholarships from numerous scholarship funds, is now accepting applications from high school seniors for 2015 scholarships. Students must meet the following criteria to qualify for a scholarship: Be a resident of Greenwich and/or attend Greenwich High School Demonstrate financial need Completion of the application automatically makes […] [Read More]

Top musician comes to North Street School

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Many music aficionados will know Karim Nagi as the creator of Turbo Tabla, an original brand of Arab house/electronica that incorporates acoustic instruments. He is also an educator. Originally from Egypt, Nagi promotes the study of Arab dance in the U.S. as the director of the Arab Dance Seminar. Nagi’s travels brought him to North Street […] [Read More]
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Greenwich Public Schools two hour delayed opening

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UPDATE: 5:20 a.m. The Greenwich Police report a quiet night with snow plowing ongoing in Greenwich roads. Snow plowers, both Town and private, were see clearing major arteries and private driveways. Secondary roads were also being plowed starting at 1 a.m. this morning. Yesterday’s snowfall has brought a two-hour delayed opening to all Greenwich Public […] [Read More]
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Ayesha Kahn of Greenwich is the newly appointed director of for the Food Bank of Westchester. Contributed photo.

New post for Greenwich’s Ayesha Khan at Westchester Food Bank

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Ayesha Khan of Greenwich has been appointed as director of Programs and Network Services for the Food Bank for Westchester. Khan, who recently moved to Greenwich from California will be responsible for overseeing the Food Bank’s diverse range of programs that, last year alone, facilitated the distribution of 7.2 million pounds of food—providing 6 million […] [Read More]
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Meet Brain O'Connor, 2015 Grand Marshall to be for the St. Patrick's Day parade.

Hibernian dinner precedes Greenwich St. Patty’s parade

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Grand Marshal-to-be of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade,  Brian O’Connor is to be officially installed as the 41st annual Grand Marshal on March 7 at the Greenwich Hibernian Association’s annual St. Patrick’s dinner dance at 7 p.m.  The Parade follows on Sunday March 22,at 2 p.m. O’Connor,  a town lawyer active in civic and charitable […] [Read More]
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A yak buries his head in the snow before the Greenwich Library.  (The yak artist is S. Rieger.)

Weather report effect on a Greenwich yak

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There comes a time when even a yak buries his head in the snow over the news there’s more of it on the way next week. The National Weather Service says we’ll have a bit warmer clear days this weekend, with a high of 28 degrees Saturday and 33 on Sunday.  But on Tuesday night […] [Read More]
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Madame Cezanne inspired exhibit talk at Greenwich gallery

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Greenwich’s C. Parker Gallery has an intriguing exhibit call “Art is Love” that plays up how love has been the muse for artists for centuries. To address this relationship the gallery is hosting Dr. Jessica Winston on March 4 to further explore the dynamics of art and love. Winston will focus on the current exhibition of […] [Read More]
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Greenwich native Officer David Stewart retiring

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Police Officer David Stewart – a 27 year veteran of the Greenwich Police – is retiring announces his Chief of Police James Heavey. Officer Stewart’s assignments included the Patrol Division and the Marine Section and brought him numerous Dept. commendations for “excellent police work in the apprehension of burglars and wanted felons in which his […] [Read More]
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