He’s hard to miss. Greenwich Police are asking residents for assistance in tracking down a potentially local man for questioning. They believe this gentleman to be employed at a Greenwich Ave. restaurant and are asking any person who knows or recognizes him to contact the department at (203) 622-8000.
Amid a freezing rain and generally messy conditions, this quacking contingent flew in for a late-morning cruise in Binney Park. They had the park to themselves, and by the look of it, they did not seem to mind much the cold-water accommodations. They declined to comment, however, on rumors that they are planning a southbound Read More
Responding to a community need identified by the United Way of Greenwich for additional after-school care capacity, the YMCA of Greenwich has opened a new, fully licensed program at New Lebanon School with support from the Greenwich Police Silver Shield Association. The program provides care for students in kindergarten through fifth-grade and runs from the Read More
Temple Sholom, 300 E. Putnam Ave., will host its Itsy Bitsy Playgroup from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday. The group is a free, informal play group for moms with babies under 24 months. This is a great opportunity to meet other new moms and moms-to-be. Temple membership is not required. Facilitated by Sarah Fradkin. Read More
Diabetes Support Group: Let’s Talk About Diabetes Successes. Join diabetes educator Nancy Ryan, RD, BC-ADM, from 7 to 8:30 p.m.Tuesday for this group discussion in Greenwich Hospital’s Noble Conference Center. This group meets monthly to discuss a variety of diabetes topics including eye health, neuropathy, foot care, heart health, self-management tools and more. No registration Read More
In case you missed it, the state Department of Education released last Thursday the 2013 school performance index and district performance index scores, which are based on this year’s Connecticut Mastery Test and Connecticut Academic Performance Test results. The state has set a long-term overall performance index target of 88.0 for districts and schools, because Read More
Western Middle School Assistant Principal Albert Sackey has been named the 2014 Connecticut Middle School Assistant Principal of the Year by the Connecticut Association of Schools and the National Association of Secondary School Principals. “From the time we heard of this great honor for Al Sackey, we have all been thrilled for him,” Superintendent of Read More
Best director — been there, done that. But what do you get when you mate “A Beautiful Mind” with a Best Animated Short? A new Oscar category: Best Doodle. And Ron Howard is the favorite. The Academy Award winner, who calls Greenwich home, has found an outlet for his subconscious pastime of doodling on the Read More