Arrest made of female robbery suspect in CT and NJ banks

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Yesterday, March 5, an arrest was made of a female suspected of robbing the Glen Rock Savings Bank in Glen Rock, N.J. on Feb. 18 by the FBI in Atlantic City.  The FBI states it is not presently linking that female robber with the January 30 robbery of the Greenwich Bank and Trust. Greenwich Police […] [Read More]
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Nancie Bourne has made herself indispensable as a a volunteer in Nathaniel Witherell's gift shop.

Giving day every day at Nathaniel Witherell

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Nancie Bourne, at age 79 is a busy lady. She’s the longest serving volunteer at Nathaniel Witherell. For the last 25 of her 35 volunteering years Bourne has managed Witherell’s gift shop, making sure that residents, rehab patients, staff, and visitors have a wide variety of tasteful and tasty merchandise to choose from. According to […] [Read More]
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Merritt accident slows southbound traffic

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Greenwich Police report that a single car accident near the gas station on the southbound side of the Merritt Parkway between exits 28 and 27 has closed one lane. Traffic is moving with some  delay. There were no injuries with the accident.     [Read More]
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Greenwich Antique Society featuring Hudson River Valley houses

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So, how did those early New Yorkers’ lifestyles, arts and design reflect the ideals and customs of a colony at first Dutch, then English, and later – after the ratification of the United States Constitution in 1788 – a “fully America” state? Some answers will be forthcoming on April 6 when Kathleen Eagen Johnson, Museum […] [Read More]
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Greenwich students to experience “Night at the Opera”

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Tara Simoncic, the associate conductor of the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra, has created a program of some of opera’s most well-loved arias and overtures to introduce to sixth and seventh grade students in Greenwich’s public and independent schools. Their “Night at the Opera” is coming up on April 1. Special guest singers have been invited -Baritone […] [Read More]
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Greenwich schools on 2-hour delay Friday

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Greenwich Public Schools will be on a two-hour delay Friday, according to Kimberley (Kim) Eves Director of Communications,  to provide time for storm clean up to ensure safe passage for buses, and for students walking to school and bus stops. Greenwich Academy and Greenwich Catholic School will also operate on a two-hour delay Friday. Snow […] [Read More]
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Greenwich High student wins gold in international math competition

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After traveling more than 4,700 miles last week, Greenwich High junior Michael Kural has brought home the gold. Kural earned one of the 10 gold medals in the 2015 Romanian Master of Mathematics, an international math competition held in Bucharest. Kural was one of six students who represented the United States, among a field of […] [Read More]

Larceny charges

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Christina Bauer, 50, of 169 Bowen Road, Carmel, N.Y., was charged with two counts of larceny on Wednesday afternoon. Police responded to Splurge on Lewis Street about a shoplifter. Police said they found bracelets from Splurge, and another store, Hoaglands, in her possession and arrested her. She was released on $500 bail and ordered to […] [Read More]
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