Bishop Caggiano to attend St. Roch’s Easter Sunday mass

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For local Christians, Easter Sunday means many things: an observance of the rebirth of Jesus Christ, a celebration of the return of spring, a moment to gather with family and friends to share goodwill and a Marshmallow peep or two. This Sunday, one new member of the St. Roch’s Church’s extended family is preparing to […] [Read More]
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Three generations, one haircut

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Like father, like son… and his son. Three generations of the Lasley family helped to set a new Guinness World Record, when they recently appeared on NBC’s “Today” show to get their heads shaved in a fundraiser for St. Baldrick’s Foundation, which raises funds for children with cancer. The newly shorn Lasley trio are Cage […] [Read More]
Greenwich resident John Hayden had a great rookie season this as a freshman on the Yale hockey team.  Hayden played his freshman and sophomore seasons in prep school at Brunswick.

Eli’s coming!

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Greenwich native and Yale freshman John Hayden got off to a slow start for the Bulldog’s hockey team this year, but as the season progressed so did Hayden. The 6 foot, 3 inch, 210 lb. forward ended his first year of college hockey with 16 points, scoring three goals and adding 10 assists. Along the […] [Read More]
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Families gathered for egg dyeing on Easter Saturday in 2013 at First Congo.

Easter egg dyeing time at First Congregational

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Every year at the First Congregational Church in Old Greenwich they come in droves with their hard boiled eggs to turn those white and brown eggs into technicolor Easter Eggs. Waiting for the small hands are table tops full of dyes, stickers and writing pencils to create their own designs – all courtesy of First […] [Read More]
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This garden plot could be yours with a little work at the Bible Street Community Garden.

Sign up time for your garden plot on Bible Street

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The new Bible Street Community Garden has nearly 90 garden plots waiting  to be assigned on a first-come first-serve basis. So, if you want to become a community gardener at Bible Street you need to attend one of two plot sign-up meetings on Saturday, April 26, from 3 to 5 p.m. or on Sunday, April 27, from […] [Read More]
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Greenwich libraries closed today

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The Greenwich Library, the Byram Shubert Library, the Cos Cob Library and the Perrot Memorial Library will all be closed today for Good Friday. The libraries will be open on Saturday and then all closed on Sunday for Easter. [Read More]
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Seeing Yellow: Greenwich Daffodil Show set for April 24-25

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Spring started late this year, but while that’s a pain for most Greenwich gardeners, it’s a blessing for the town’s daffodil devotees. Their prized flowers are expected to bloom right on time for the 56th annual Greenwich Daffodil Show next week at Christs Church Greenwich. On Wednesday, April 23, from 1:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. […] [Read More]
Categories: gardening

Greenwich Police: hostage report being investigated as hoax

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Update (2:35 p.m.) Police have announced the reported hostage incident at a home at 641 Round Hill Road Thursday night was a false report and possibly hoax. However, they have not ruled out the involvement of the homeowners. “We continue to investigate the incident last night regarding the report of hostages being taken at a […] [Read More]
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