Signed, sealed, delivered: Greenwich has new postmaster

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Jeffrey P. Salamon is Greenwich’s new postmaster — and he arrives with extensive knowledge of town routes. Salamon began his career with the U.S. Postal Service in 1993 when he was hired as a letter carrier in New Canaan. In 2002, he was promoted to supervisor of customer service at the Ridgefield Post Office. In […] [Read More]
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Greenwich students become cartoonists

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Who made this video? Some inspired minds who work for one of the top animation studios? Actually, it was a group of enterprising campers who attended the Greenwich Music & Art Camp’s afternoon program and formed a Digital Animation Club at the beginning of this month, became determined to make their own cartoon. These students […] [Read More]

Greenwich Town Tournament Finals Tomorrow at Binney Park

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There’s men’s tournament tennis, girls 17 and under singles and mixed doubles action tomorrow, Aug. 1, at Binney Park. (Rain date is Sunday) Men’s 35 and over Singles is 8:30 – 10 a.m., Rodolfo Castilla vs. Jared Lissauer Men’s 50 and over Singles is 8:30 – 10 a.m., Robert Finklestein vs Adam Finklestein Men’s Open […] [Read More]
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Linwood Fowlkes is facing a number of drug charges after being caught with several packages of crack cocaine.

Port Chester pair busted for crack, pipes near New Lebanon School

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A  pair of Port Chester residents were busted with crack and methadone in Byram Tuesday after they were found loitering inside a car just a stones throw from New Lebanon School. Following a call from a  nearby resident, police allegedly found Linwood Fowlkes, 54, and Jesserose Amberstone, 44, with crack cocaine and pipes used to […] [Read More]
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“Enabling Garden” beds available at Bible St. Community Garden

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The raised garden beds are a delight to the eye in the new Bible Street Community Garden in Cos Cob as a few have already been planted. But there are others waiting for a green thumb. As Greenwich Community Gardens President & Founder Patty Sechi describes the raised garden plots, they are “Universal Access” or […] [Read More]
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Scholarship awarded in memory of bullied GHS student

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  The Polish American Cultural Society in Stamford this week awarded the inaugural Bartek Palosz Scholarship to Bartek Szymanski, a graduate of Brian McMahon High School in Norwalk. Symanski will be attending Pace University in New York City. The scholarship is given in memory of Bart Palosz, a 15-year-old Byram resident and Polish immigrant who killed himself […] [Read More]
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The late Maria Fareri of Greenwich.

“Louder than Words” film tells story of Greenwich’s Maria Fareri

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Today, Aug. 1, a new film “Louder Than Words” makes its debut locally that tells the true story of Maria Fareri of Greenwich, the 13-year old Central Middle School student who died of rabies contracted from a bat in 1995. The film opens at AMC Loews movie theater in Port Chester as part of the national release of the film. […] [Read More]
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Greenwich Time reporter Brittany Lyte looks up from her work

Goodbye and good luck to reporter Brittany Lyte

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Brittany Lyte has chosen Hawaii over Connecticut. Today is her last day as a reporter for the Greenwich Time. For the last year she has graced the newsroom with her well dressed and calm demeanor. She has shown her true grit and her writing style in story telling. “I love telling people’s stories,” is what […] [Read More]
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