A Meriden man has been arrested in Branford in relation to the break-in of an employee vehicle at the Edge gym on East Putnam Ave. in Greenwich. Darryl Montague II, 25, is now facing third-degree burglary charges and sixth-degree larceny charges stemming from the November incident. On November 16, police said Edge employees noticed a Read More
A mobile Career Coach that was to host computer classes at Greenwich Library today at 1 p.m. is under repair, and the class has been canceled. For details, call 203-625-6533.
On Saturday, the Greenwich Police Department will be collecting all unwanted firearms for destruction. Guns that will be accepted include: All rifles/shotguns All handguns All assault weapons Non-operational weapons Ammunition, carrying cases and holsters BB/Pellet guns Other dangerous weapons, including swords, knives, etc. Firearms will be accepted from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Greenwich Read More
“We’re off to see the Wizard, the wonderful Wizard of Oz!” In this case, however, you don’t even need to leave Greenwich to do so. Greenwich High School’s theater department is putting on a production of “Oz” in the school’s Black Box Theater starting today. It will hold two shows daily, one at 4:30 p.m. Read More
Looking for advice on navigating the college financial aid process? Then you might be interested in watching this financial aid workshop, which was held Dec. 3 at Greenwich High School. The workshop was led by Andrew Foster of Albertus Magnus College in New Haven and included a PowerPoint presentation by Foster and a Q&A session.
The U.S. Marines and the Greenwich Police Department are joining forces for this years Toys for Tots Saturday. From 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Cos Cob Firehouse and 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Banksville Community House, volunteers will be collecting unwrapped toys to be distributed to area children in need this Read More
On Monday evening, the Greenwich Hospital Home Hospice Program hosted its 14th Tree of Light celebration at the hospital. The annual non-denominational event featured readings and music and culminated with the lighting of an evergreen tree strung with hundreds of lights in memory or in honor of loved ones. Donations from the purchase of Read More