Holocaust survivor Agnes Veres will speak at Temple Sholom on April 15.

Greenwich Holocaust Remembrance Day Program

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Temple Sholom is to host on April 15 both a prize winning documentary on Auschwitz survivors and feature a talk by a Holocaust survivor Agnes Vertes, with participation from local clergy and leadership, and a candle lighting ceremony. The event, which begins at 6 p.m. honors the survivors and the memory of holocaust victims 70 […] [Read More]
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The 2015 Greenwich Scouting Sporting Clays Invitational, at Dover Furnace Shooting Grounds in NY, is on Saturday, April 11th.  Photographed from left to right is last year’s winning foursome: Randy Weisenburger, Kathy Weisenburger, John Kramer and Jeff Fillipelli, representing Greenwich Country Club.

Sporting Clays Tournament to support Greenwich Scouts

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So, it’s the fourth annual Sporting Clays Invitational Tournament put on by the Greenwich Council, Boy Scouts of America to take place on April 11 at the Berretta  Shooting Grounds, Dover Plains, New York. It’s all about sporting clay shooting, leadership, service and learning in the outdoors, that has remained essential to the Greenwich Scouting […] [Read More]
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Last week for Greenwich’s North Mianus art show

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There’s still time to check out the North Mianus School Art Show this week on the first floor of the school. This is a gala event put on each year by the School’s Art Department and organized by Art teacher Ms. Elizabeth Vazquez to showcase the work of the School’s 483 talented art students. Each […] [Read More]
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Present at Town Hall for the naming of March 12 as Girl Scout Day were, from left to right, Samantha Johnson
Sabrina Fischer
Carolyn Mullins
Katherine Feldmeth
Peter Tesei
Ava Krieg
Georgia Sherr
Elizabeth Casolo
Juliana Contadino
Ashley Tweddle

Greenwich has new official Girl Scout Day

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First Selectman Peter Tesei has honored the Girl Scouts of America by proclaiming Girl Scout Day on March 12 as it is the 103rd anniversary of the Girl Scouts of the United States of America. Tesei met with Greenwich Girl Scout troops 50136 and 50212 last Friday to present this celebratory proclamation with a reflection […] [Read More]
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Greenwich’s Leo P. Gallagher & Son brings in the ribbon cutters

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Leo P. Gallagher & Son Funeral Home on Arch Street has been a fixture in town since 1928, with its business that never goes out of style! But last Friday it showed its new makeover with two updated spacious chapels, new landscaping and a newly paved parking lot, as well as modernized features throughout the […] [Read More]
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West Putnam Avenue re-opens after car crash

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West Putnam Avenue has re-opened after a car crash around 6:30 p.m. at the intersection of West Putnam and Dearfield Drive caused “injuries of unknown severity,” police said. An initial assessment indicates the injuries are non-life threatening, according to police. Because of the accident, West Putnam Avenue was briefly closed westbound at the intersection with […] [Read More]
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Greenwich police say Cos Cob incident was a hoax

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UPDATE 7:30 P.M. –  River Road at East Putnam Avenue was closed to traffic during rush hour on Monday and the Greenwich Police Department believes a hoax is to blame. Chief of Police James Heavey said Thursday evening that he believed the department had been the victim of a prank known as swatting where false […] [Read More]

Men robbed, beaten

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Greenwich police are investigating an armed robbery early Sunday morning. The press release: At 3:04 AM on 3/29/15, two local men were beaten and robbed at the intersection of Armonk St. and North Water Street. The victims are a 21 YOA Greenwich, CT resident and 19 YOA Port Chester, NY resident. The victims were walking […] [Read More]
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