Pamela Kuhn, founder of the Angel Choir, on the eve of her Holiday Music Dessert Extravaganza held at the Cos Cob home of her friend and early Angel Choir chorister, Mary Hardy. Photo by Luc Hardy.

Greenwich’s Pamela Kuhn creates new chorus of Mastersingers

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Pamela Kuhn has proved that she can create a chorus and they will come.  The Greenwich songstress and choir director first founded the Angel Choir to give would-be singers the opportunity to meet regularly as a singing group. She’s now forming a larger choral group called The Mastersingers to include more singers from the Greenwich […] [Read More]
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Greenwich HS track closed for renovation

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Greenwich High School’s running track is closed this week because it is being renovated. The track will be repaired by hand trowel in any areas that show cuts or abrasions, according to Ron Matten, the school district’s director of facilities. The track will then be sprayed with a polyurethane primer, a polyurethane binder and then […] [Read More]

Judge orders evidence preserved in Skakel case

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Update: 3:00 p.m. Judge Gary White ruled that the state must preserve hair evidence related to the death of Martha Moxley that Skakel’s legal team believes it possesses and that several personal effects of Skakel’s seized by a state inspector in the late 90 should be returned, with state consent. Skakel’s attorney Stephan Seeger withdrew […] [Read More]
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Naturaliist, author and co-founder of the Boy Scouts Ernest Thompson Seton's Studio built in 1928 at 610 Lake Avenue.

P&Z Board of Appeals to decide on Seton Studio building site

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Tonight, July 30, at 8 p.m., at the Town’s Planning and Zoning Boards of Appeals hearing in the Cone Room, in Greenwich’s Town Hall, 101 Field Point Road,  to be included in a number of appeals will be the appeal of 610 Lake Avenue property owner Jung Hoon Cho for variances of rear and side […] [Read More]
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Greenwich YMCA diving team heading for Jr. National Championships

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Strong arms and strong legs are to be slicing through the waters this morning in the Greenwich YMCA’s Olympic sized pool with divers with perhaps Olympic aspirations. It’s the last practice of the YMCA Diving Team that is headed for the Junior National Championships in Tennessee on Friday, August 1. Part of the competing group […] [Read More]
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District hires new special-education administrator

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Carleen Wood, a 27-year educator who has extensive teaching and administrative experience in special education, is returning to Greenwich to become the district’s special-education administrator. Wood had worked since 2007 in the Darien district, as its assistant director of special education. “We are excited to welcome Carleen Wood back to the Greenwich Public Schools,” Superintendent […] [Read More]
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Woman arrested after threatening housekeeper with golf club, stealing purse

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Enraged over perceived damages to her home, a Greenwich woman threatened her housekeeper with a golf club during a heated argument and then stole the victim’s purse, police said. Shari Lampart, 56, of Old Round Hill Lane, is now facing  charges for fifth-degree larceny and disorderly conduct stemming from the outburst. Lampart, who had previously […] [Read More]
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Western Jr. Highway being paved today in Greenwich

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Starting at 10 a.m., today, Tuesday, Western Junior Highway leading from West Putnam to Western Middle School is undergoing repaving today by the Town’s Highway Department. Drivers are recommended to take the alternate route of Byram Drive to access destinations to the west of Western Junior Highway. [Read More]
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