Where to vote in Greenwich

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Here are polling places in Greenwich with directions for the upcoming elections on Nov. 4 Districts 1 and 1A Julian Curtiss School, 180 East Elm St. Directions: From US 1 (across from Second Congregational Church, high steeple), turn left onto Milbank Ave., down hill to rotary, left at rotary, half way around rotary, turn right, […] [Read More]
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Greenwich hedge fund controller charged with embezzling millions

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 Greenwich resident Lawrence J. Herzing, 45, was arrested Wednesday on a federal criminal complaint alleging that he embezzled millions of dollars from the hedge fund where he was employed. As alleged in the criminal complaint, Herzing was recently employed as the controller of Greenwich-based Contrarian Capital Management, L.L.C.  On 32 occasions between 2004 and 2013, Herzing used […] [Read More]
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Georgetown University Professor Angela Stent will addreww at the Ambassador's Roundtable upcoming dinner event on Nov. 12.

Ambassadors’ Roundtable to question – U.S. and Russia equals a new cold war?

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Greenwich’s Kay Maxwell, who directs the Stamford-based World Affairs Forum presides over the Ambassador’s Roundtable dinner that features top speakers on hot topics. The upcoming talk on “U.S. Russian Relations: Is This a New Cold War” is an example. For Nov. 12, Maxwell has secured Georgetown University Professor Angela Stent to address this hot topic. Stent […] [Read More]
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Greenwich Arts Council to tour New York’s High Line

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Ever wanted to check out Manhattan’s High Line, the public park built on a historic freight elevated rail line above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side? On Nov. 12, at 11 a.m., you can climb aboard a Greenwich Arts Council (GAC) secured motor coach in Greenwich for a private guided tour by High Line Art with […] [Read More]
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Shore Road sewer construction is ongoing at the intersection with Horseneck Road.

Greenwich’s Shore Road and Horseneck Lane closure set for Nov. 5

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Town construction activities on a sanitary sewer rehabilitation project on Horseneck Lane and Shore Road has been proceeding on schedule. To replace the concrete beam conduit portion of the sanitary sewer across Horseneck Brook will require a one day closure on Nov. 5  of Shore Road – just south of Horseneck Lane – to perform […] [Read More]
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Greenwich Community Gardens celebrate a “productive” year

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The Armstrong Court Community Garden workers and the Bible Street Community Garden workers came together on Sunday, Oct. 19 for their final garden class of the season. Following their lesson there was a most representative pizza party celebration around the Armstrong Court Community Garden’s wood-fired pizza oven. For  the pizzas were topped by samplings from whatever was growing […] [Read More]
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Grammy-nominated trumpeter to headline GHS band benefit Sunday

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Grammy-nominated Afro-Latin jazz trumpeter Michael Philip Mossman and his sextet will headline this year’s Greenwich High School Band Benefit Concert on Sunday at 3 p.m. in the Greenwich High School auditorium. “Mr. Mossman is not only a world class trumpeter, but he is also a composer, an arranger, and an important music educator,” John Yoon, […] [Read More]
Greenwich's Luc Hardy's nine-member crew as of Oct. 27 were on the Australis waiting still for better weather to traverse the heights of South Georgia Island.

Greenwich’s Luc Hardy’ expedition, “On the Shoulders of Shackleton” stays stalled

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UPDATE: Oct.27 Luc Hardy’s nine member expedition have chosen the safe course – to sit on the their boat and wait for better weather to traverse the icy heights of South Georgia Island in order to trace the actual last gasp rescue trek of Sir Ernest Shackleton, that finally would lead to safety of Shackleton’s […] [Read More]
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