DWI charge

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Maxine Kabolowsky, 56, of 50 Lexington Ave., New York City, was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol. Polie said they spotted her driving without headlights Thursday night on Sound Beach Avenue near Cherry Lane. She was later released on bail and ordered to appear in court March 12.     [Read More]
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Steakhouse ruckus

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Police responded to a ruckus at Gabriele’s Italian Steakhouse at 35 Church Street Sunday morning around 12:30 a.m. Rocky Guarnieri, 45, of 27 White Birch Lane, Stamford, was charged with breach of peace. Restaurant staff told police that Guarnieri had been behaving in an obnoxious, belligerent manner all night long. When asked to leave, he […] [Read More]
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Arrest on harassment, trespass

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Patrick E. Blake, 31, of 8 Peck Ave., Greenwich, was charged Sunday with harassment, criminal violation of a protective order and criminal trespass. Police said Blake violated an order of protection in February, sending harassing text messages and trespassing onto the property of a person who had a protective order against him. Blake was involved […] [Read More]
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Greenwich man charged with trying to leave Stamford accident scene

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A Greenwich man was charged with trying to leave the scene of an accident and following his arrest it was discovered that he was wanted on an arrest warrant for a domestic incident in Greenwich. Patrick Blake, 31, of Peck Drive, was charged with leaving the scene of an accident, driving under suspension, misuse of […] [Read More]
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The Greenwich Land Trust's Winter Walk and Maple Tapping event is postponed to March 18.

Winter Walk, maple tapping postponed

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Due to weather conditions, tomorrow’s scheduled Greenwich Land Trust Winter Walk and Maple Tapping will now take place on  March 18, from 3:30-5:30 p.m., at the American Chestnut Sanctuary (Across from 18 Burning Tree Road). Participants will learn ways plants and wildlife survive the winter. Walking conditions are of moderate difficulty, with minimal uneven terrain. […] [Read More]
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Greenwich RTM members to meet tonight on Board of Ed resolution

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The RTM’s Education and Legislative Rules Committees are scheduled to meet tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the first-floor meeting room at Town Hall. They will discuss a resolution to expand the Board of Education from eight to nine members. The resolution will face a vote by the full RTM on March 9.  For recent Greenwich […] [Read More]
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At the Bruce Museums's "After Hours" free admission night, March 5, selfies can be taken with the Museum's Black Bear!

First free “After Hours” event at Bruce Museum

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March 5 is Fairfield County Giving Day so the Bruce Museum is stepping up with a free admissions “After Hours” evening from 5 to 8 p.m. of open galleries, special tours and other activities designed for families and accessible to all. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJ7exfDs-Og”] Executive Director Peter Sutton will be on hand along with other experts for […] [Read More]
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Paralympic Gold Medialist Noam Gershoni will speak Tuesday night at  Temple Sholom

Paralympic Gold Medalist Israeli pilot to speak

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Paralympic Gold Medalist Pilot Noam Gershoni served in the Israel Defense Force  as an Apache helicopter pilot. Gershoni was critically wounded in 2006 when his helicopter collided with another. He spent many months in rehabilitation, during which he discovered his love for tennis. Six years later, he won Israel’s first gold medal in the 2012 London […] [Read More]
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