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Considering your latter end

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There’s a man in town who recently had a near death experience. While he was in the ICU his wife was not only facing losing her husband but having to think out a possible  funeral. She had double heavy load to carry. That’s why the upcoming presentation by the organization, At Home in Greenwich , […] [Read More]
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Greenwich Library launches new online catalog

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Today marks the launch of the Greenwich Library’s new digital catalog. It can be accessed through the following URL: http://greenwichlibrary.bibliocommons.com/ Here’s the release from the library about the new system: “Greenwich Library is the first library in Connecticut to offer this service, which is powered by BiblioCommons, a leading Canada-based software developer. The BiblioCommons catalog […] [Read More]
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What would the GOP’s proposed tax credit cuts do to Greenwich?

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Last week, the Republican State Representatives announced their alternative budget plan, touting $55 million in savings, “common sense” spending cuts and no deficit increases. The all-Republican Greenwich delegation to Hartford — Reps. Livvy Floren, Stephen Walko and Fred Camillo — are towing the party line, calling the rival plan a “bold path” forward. While the […] [Read More]
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Greenwich Academy goes green

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Talk about putting the “green” in Greenwich Academy. In a fitting accomplishment on Earth Day, Greenwich Academy has been named a Green Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education. This recognition honors schools that have reduced their environmental impact and costs; improved the health and wellness of students and staff; and provided effective environmental […] [Read More]
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Audubon CT Greenwich dinner to honor conservation leaders

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Conservation knows no political boundary is the message of this year’s annual Audubon Connecticut Environmental Leadership Benefit Dinner to be held Wednesday, April 30 at the Belle Haven Club. This year Audubon CT is reaching out of state to honor such luminaries as former New York Governor, George Pataki, former U.S. Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar, and […] [Read More]
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Langhorne Lane home sells for $13.5 million

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A 16,000-square-foot colonial estate on Langhorne Lane sold for $13.5 million on Monday. The 27-room home at 11 Langhorne Lane has four bedrooms, nine bathrooms, nine half-baths and an indoor lap pool. It is two stories with a wood frame and stone exterior. [Read More]
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Greenwich-bred police recruit to be sworn in Wednesday

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Greenwich Police are preparing to swear in the newest member of the force Wednesday, April 23 — Jeffery Franco, a 2003 Greenwich High School graduate and Riverside resident. Franco comes back to Greenwich after two years serving as an officer in the Bridgeport Police Department. His swearing in — set for Wednesday, April 23, at […] [Read More]
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Cos Cobbers mob neighborhood meeting

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There were so many people at the annual Cos Cob Town Meeting Monday night that dozens of them had to stand outside a propped-open door to the Cos Cob library, where the meeting was held, or in a neighboring room to take part. The meeting included a Q&A session as well as an overview of […] [Read More]