Power back on in Greenwich

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By Ken Borsuk Power might have stayed on throughout the brunt of Winter Storm Juno, but a downed tree limb brought a late morning outage to Cos Cob. At the peak of the outage there were 1,595 customers without power, mostly in the Cos Cob area. Crews were dispatched and Connecticut Light and Power was […] [Read More]
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Roads passable, Selectman says

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Town Selectman Drew Marzullo said the community was in good shape following the overnight snow storm. “It looks like a beautiful New England snowy day,” he said. The roads are passable. While there are scattered power outages which are a concern, long-term power failures are unlikely. [Read More]
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Enjoying his first solo sail is Romeo

Greenwich Art Sale and Wine Tasting to benefit Young Mariners

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There’s a mix of young mariner passion and love of art taking place at an Art Sale and Wine Tasting benefit at Images Gallery in Old Greenwich, on Sunday, Feb. 1, from 3 to 5 p.m. The sponsors are the Young Mariners Foundation working to expand the horizons of young people who would not have […] [Read More]
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H/M.S. Pinafore soloists from the Greenwich Choral Society include, 
Choral Director Paul Mueller as Captain, Kyle Healy as Josephine, Jon Hunt as Ralph Rackstraw,  David Heap as Sir Joseph. Jamielee Page as Buttercup, and Cathy Cavender as Cousin Hebe.

H.M.S. Pinafore – first partnering of Greenwich Choral Society & Curiosity Concerts

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They’ll be “Sailing the Ocean Blue” in selected songs from this Gilbert and Sullivan favorite operetta on this Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. sharp – in the Cole Auditorium at Greenwich Library, for the first collaboration of the popular Greenwich Choral Society and the new success story – Curiosity Concerts. The performance, which will feature 35 […] [Read More]
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After storm, Greenwich breathes sigh of relief

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By Ken Borsuk Greenwich came stirring back to life Tuesday morning after anticipated blizzard did not meet expectations. According to estimates, Greenwich received 6 inches of snow after weather forecasts had predicted much larger amounts. While parts of New York and Boston were hit hard by the snow, Greenwich and the surrounding area got off […] [Read More]
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SuperShow returns to Central Middle School in Greenwich

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This weekend a host of young Greenwich talent will be warming up weather beaten Greenwichites with a game show comedy at the 10th annual SuperShow featuring a cast of nearly two hundred students from Central Middle School (CMS), future CMS students from Julian Curtiss School, Cos Cob School, and North Street School, plus CMS alumni […] [Read More]
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Author and historian Mark Albertson to  speak at the Greenwich RMA meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 28.

Greenwich RMA talk on WWII “titantic” clash, Germany vs Russia

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  On Wednesday, the hale and hearty members of the Retired Men’s Association will host author and historian editor at “Army Aviation” magazine.  He has authored several books on military and aviation history.  He is an avid speaker, traveling Connecticut lecturing on a variety of historical topics. The RMA meeting meets at First Presbyterian Church, Lafayette Place, at 10 […] [Read More]
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Greenwich spared brunt of storm

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By Ken Borsuk The epic blizzard of 2015 turned out to be nothing more than an annoying snow storm and town officials are breathing a sigh of relief. After dire predictions of up to three feet of snow, Greenwich was spared the brunt of Winter Storm Juno. Town Emergency Management Operations Coordinator Dan Warzoha told […] [Read More]
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