Odds Harp

Award-winning storyteller to perform in Greenwich

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Master Storyteller Odds Bodkin will present an hour-long family StoryBlast Concert at Round Hill Community Church, 395 Round Hill Rd., on Sunday, Sept. 21 at 4 p.m. Bodkin will tell three stories using different musical instruments and movie-like scores – creating a cinematic experience for the audience. His first story, “The Name of the Tree” […] [Read More]
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Puttin on the Dog

‘Puttin’ on the Dog’ in Greenwich

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Adopt-A-Dog will hold its 27th annual ‘Puttin’ on the Dog’ fundraiser this Sunday, Sept. 21, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park, 100 Arch St. The event will feature activities for dogs, their families and pet lovers; demonstrations, music and competitions. Contest categories include Aged to Perfection, for dogs 10 years […] [Read More]
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The new offices of the Greenwich Education Group's Collaborative Center for Learning and Development

Greenwich Education Group expands specialized learning services site

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The Greenwich Education Group’s (GEG) Collaborative Center for Learning and Development (“TCC”) has a new and expanded site at  78 Harvard Avenue in Stamford The larger facility of 2,500-square-feet was necessitated by student needs. TCC originally referred to Greenwich Education Group’s Specialized Learning Services (SLS), first founded in 2008 by a small team of dedicated cross- […] [Read More]
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Rev. Craig Stevens of Rye

Greenwich’s Men on Fire now Faith on Fire – kicks off Friday

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The Men on Fire group that meets on Friday mornings at the Christ Church Parish Hall in Greenwich has had a name change to Faith on Fire. “We have changed our name to reflect the importance of being more inclusive,” says Men on Fire founder Dick Rutledge, who is a member of Christ Church.” While […] [Read More]
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Michael Kinghorn is seen taking a photo of a Perth  window with a yes for Independence displayed.

Former Greenwich Horticulturist Kinghorn reports on upcoming Scottish vote

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Michael Kinghorn is a Scotsman who lived and worked in Greenwich for many a year as the Town’s horticulturist, working primarily in the greenhouse at Montgomery Pinetum, and creating those first hanging baskets on Greenwich Avenue. Today, Kinghorn lives in Scotland, in a town called Perth that is a bit smaller than Greenwich and sits […] [Read More]
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Tabitha can be yours at the Greenwich Animal Control.

Town of Greenwich posts its Sept. home seeking pets

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This month its a”dynamic girl duo:”   Babs & Tabitha. Babs is a friendly 2-3 old who loves to play, go for walks & pose for photos!   Tabitha is a mischievous (and sweet) two- year-old who is poised to pounce into your lap & your life!  All interested are asked to visit them in […] [Read More]
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Greenwich Police Detective  "Nooper" Reynolds stepped down August. 1 after a 25 career but stepped into a second career on August 15.

Greenwich Detective Kent “Nooper” Reynolds almost retires after 25 years

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In his 25 years with the Greenwich Police Department, Detective Reynolds served as Patrol Officer, Police Dispatcher, Accident Car Investigator, Field Training Officer, Youth Detective, and finally in 2011 as a Cold Case Investigator. As of August 1, Reynolds’ retirement from the force became effective as announced by his Chief of Police James Heavey. From […] [Read More]
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Chabad Playground

Playground dedication tomorrow at Chabad of Greenwich

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Chabad of Greenwich will host on Sunday at noon a dedication celebration for its new children’s playground. The event will feature Jewish music and lunch catered by 613 Restaurant. The playground has a slide, a small house, climbing areas and a sandbox area as well. The playground was donated in memory of Solomon Azoulay, Shlomo […] [Read More]
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