Greenwich woman charged with leaving baby in car

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A backcountry Greenwich woman was charged with a felony Thursday for leaving an infant locked in a car at Scalzi Park while she was watching another child at the playground, police said. Daniell Neuman, 36, of 39 Boulder Brook Road, was charged with risk of injury to a child and leaving a child unsupervised. Police […] [Read More]
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The crowd of iPhone shoppers extends down Greenwich Avenue Friday morning.

Business owner angry over crowd of iPhone buyers on Greenwich Avenue

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  People began arriving Thursday at the Apple store on Greenwich Avenue to be among the first to get their hands on the new iPhone, which went on sale Friday. “They were sleeping in the doorway of my building,” said an Avenue property owner who did not want to be identified  — and was none […] [Read More]
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Cos Cob water treatment plant issues on the mend

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UPDATE 10:45 a.m. Bruce Silverstone of Aquarion Water Company reports that the loss of water pressure and lack of water flow in Cos Cob and Riverside is expected to be restored by 11 a.m. At 7 a.m., Silverstone reports, 800-1000 customers in the Cos Cob and Riverside areas experienced low water pressure or no water […] [Read More]
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CT State archeologist Bellantoni steps down and shares some facts

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Nick Bellantoni, the Connecticut State Archaeologist, who recently stepped down after over 30 years of digging up the past across the Nutmeg state, was in town last night for a talk at the Bruce Museum on his participation in the exhumation, forensic work, and final repatriation of a Lakota Sioux Indian to the Cheyenne River Sioux […] [Read More]
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Ambassador Kara is ready, willing, and able for adoption.

Ambassador “Kara”to preside over Greenwich’s “Puttin’ On The Dog” festival

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Kara is a three-year-old Shepherd selected as the Ambassador for the 27th annual Puttin’ On The Dog Festival, on Sunday, Sept. 21 at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park in Greenwich. The Festival kicks off with the traditional dog costume contest, with gates opening at 10 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. for a day of activities, contests, demonstrations, […] [Read More]
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Second Bronx brother takes plea in Greenwich burglary spree

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The second of two Bronx brothers caught in a late night string of car thefts and burglaries in Cos Cob and Byram in February has accepted a plea agreement to reduced charges and was sentenced Wednesday to more than two years in jail. Jose Colon, 20, pleaded guilty to a single count of first-degree larceny […] [Read More]
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Pronck Still LIfe with Overturned Silver, Ewer, Oil," by Joris van Son (1623 - 1667), HOHENBUCHAU COLLECTION, on Permanent Loan to LIECHTENSTEIN.  The Princely Collections,Vienna.

Debut of rare Hohenbuchau Collection at Bruce Museum this weekend

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The Bruce Museum has a blockbuster show opening on Saturday, Sept 20 of a rare and robust collection of Dutch and Flemish seventeenth-century paintings from The Hohenbuchau Collection from: Liechtenstein, The Princely Collections, Vienna. The selective showing of paintings of “Northern Baroque Splendor – the Hohenbuchau Collection” is the its inaugural venue in the U.S.  […] [Read More]
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Realtor Sandi Klein has a new book, "Realtor Rescue - How to be a Realtor and Still Have a Life." She'll be signing books tonight, from 5:30 to 7:30 at Greenwich Bank and Trust.

Greenwich Realtor Sandi Klein packs her work wisdom in new book – “Realtor Rescue”

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Greenwich’s Sandi Klein has packed 39 years of realtor experience into her new book, “Realtor Rescue” that shares her personal stories and tips of how to achieve a work-life balance for a realtor, or for any other independent contractor. Klein, who is a realtor with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services of New England, but had her […] [Read More]
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