Greenwich Police investigating possible hostage situation in backcountry

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Green Police are investigating a potential hostage situation at a home on Round Hill Road near the town’s northern New York boarder. A portion of Round Hill Road and Edgar Road have been shut down near the 600 block as police investigate the incident. Police said in a tweet Thursday night that “Currently there is […] [Read More]
Categories: backcountry, police
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Glenville volunteer firefighters to host Easter egg hunt Saturday

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Break out your basket, the Easter bunny is coming to town. Or the Glenville Firehouse, more specifically. The men and women of the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company will welcome the beloved egg-tossing rabbit for a morning of fun in Western Greenwich this Saturday, April 19. Starting at 10 a.m., children ages two to nine are […] [Read More]
Categories: General

Habor Management Commission nixes subcommittees

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At its second meeting Wednesday night, the newly formed Harbor Management Commission decided against forming subcommittees as it works toward drafting a plan to manage the town’s waterfront. “We’ve decided to stay as one group and work together,” said Frank Mazza, chairman of the commission. “People felt it would be easier and there would be […] [Read More]
Categories: boating
The Parthenon's metopes as drawn by Professor Katherine Schwab on view tonight at the Bruce Museum.

Archeologist to show her drawings of Parthenon

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Katherine Schwab, the archaeologist professor at Fairfield University has kept a close eye on Athen’s Parthenon her whole career.  She has literally unraveled the hairdos of those marble maiden Caryatids on the Acropolis employing her students to have their hairs arranged in that ancient style. Schwab is also an artist and has spent many an […] [Read More]
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Angel Wing’s motto is “harnessing the power of choral performance to achieve personal well-being.”

Upcoming Angel Wing Cabaret needs you

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If you like to sing and not exactly in a church choir or in one of those formal try-out choirs there’s  a group worth considering that would like to take you under their wings when and if you are in the singing mood. They are the Angel Choir brought together from time to time by […] [Read More]
Categories: General
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CCI Open House to introduce new director

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On Thursday week, The Community Centers, Inc. of Greenwich are eager to introduce their new executive director, Lauren Franciamore in an Open House, from 6 – 8 p.m.,  at their headquarters at 61 East Putnam Avenue. There’s no question that Franciamore who has served as a social worker at CCI for seven years has a way […] [Read More]
Categories: General
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What five seconds of distracted driving can do

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According to the Greenwich Police, if while driving you take your eyes off the road for five seconds  – that’s the average time people are texting – and say you’re traveling at 55 m.p.h., you’re covering the length of a football field blindfolded.  Think what crossing that distance can do to your life and to […] [Read More]
Categories: General
Lisa Lori, Kathy Van Zeeland and Lori's three sons show off stuffed bears distributed as part of their "Three Little Bears" initiative.

Greenwich couple recognized for Operation Smile fundraising

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Lisa and Mat Lori have plenty of reason to smile. The Greenwich couple is being recognized for their fundraising commitments to Operation Smile, a global non-profit providing free facial corrective surgery to children with cleft lips and cleft palates all over the world. They, along with friends Kathy Van Zeeland and Bruce Makowsky, are recipients of this year’s […] [Read More]
Categories: Charity