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Anne W. Semmes

The Innis Arden House, Photo by Bob Luckey.

Sip wine with jazz Saturday with Friends of Greenwich Point

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The Friends of Greenwich Point are inviting families and friends for a glass of wine with “Jazz on the Sound” at the Innis Arden Cottage on Saturday, July 26, from 5 – 7 p.m. Learn about the initiatives and needs of the Friends, and meet new friends on the shore of Long Island Sound. RSVP […] [Read More]
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Birds, wolves, whales and Paul Winter at Audubon Greenwich

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There was howling with wolves with saxophonist Paul Winter and howls of laughter with Israel’s “bird ambassador” Dr. Yossi Leshem at Audubon Greenwich with 125 bird and music lovers coming from as far as Boston and New York City to fill the Kiernan Hall for the program, “Migrating Birds Know No Boundaries: Birds as Ambassadors […] [Read More]
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Greenwich Police offering Summer Safety Tips for residents

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It seems that in summer we can fall off our guard – when summertime is reportedly the busiest time of year for criminals. Taking a walk?  Did you forget to close a door or a window? Criminals, say the police, focus on easy targets; so make it difficult for them to choose you. So – […] [Read More]
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Accident on northbound I95 at Exit 2 caused closed lanes

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    Update: The Connecticut Department of Transportation reports the northbound crash near the New York border on I-95 in Greenwich has been cleared. A serious accident involving multiple vehicles that happened at 6:48 a.m. at the Connecticut-New York state lines northbound on I95,  at 0.14 miles before Exit 2  - Doran Avenue – as reported by […] [Read More]
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Greenwich upscale BBQ fundraiser for wounded vet brings Malloy and Blumenthal

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A backcountry BBQ fundraiser on the 47-acre estate of Steven and Diana Steinman brought together 150 guests, including special guests Governor Daniel Malloy and U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, to honor and bring aid to Green Beret Sergeant First Class Mark Holbert, who lost his legs in hostile action in Afghanistan in 2010. Holbert is the […] [Read More]
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Byram Park assault leads to arrest

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Last Friday morning, July 18, Greenwich Police were summoned to Byram Park on the report of a possible assault that occurred between two Park employees in the vicinity of the Park’s maintenance shed. According to Patrol Officer Oliver Doenges, Park employee Basil Passerelli had gotten into an argument with another employee, pushed him in the […] [Read More]
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Traffic incident cleared for King Street and Hutchinson Parkway north

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UPDATE 8:30 A.M. Greenwich Police report Hutchinson Parkway northbound lanes are now clear. And traffic in Greenwich King Street area has returned to normal.   Greenwich Police are reporting that in early morning a tractor trailer traveling north on the Hutchinson River Parkway struck the Kings Street overpass at the state line sometime – around 2 […] [Read More]
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Malcolm S. Pray, Jr.'s 1937 Delahaye 135 Competition Court Torpedo Roadster sold for $6.6 million at RM Auctions' 16th annual Amelia Island sale; the official auction of the Amelia Island Concours de la elegance.

Natalie Pray recalls summer days with the Delahaye

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A few months ago – in March – Greenwich’s Natalie Pray said goodbye to an automobile masterpiece – the 1937 Delahaye. The car had been a life-long passion of her late husband, Malcolm Pray, from the first time he saw the car  age 11 on a visit to the 1929 World’s Fair.  He made it […] [Read More]
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With workshops and art parents have double feature at Bruce

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There’s still time for parents to sign up their kids (grades 1-3) for next week’s Bruce Museum Summer Vacation Workshops, running from 11 to noon on Tuesday July 22 to Friday. The kids will explore the “Extreme Habitats:  Into the Deep Sea” exhibition, and then create their own versions of animals that live in the […] [Read More]
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From left, Republican State Reps: Steve Walko;  Livvy Floren, and Fred Camillo. Photo by Helen Neafsey.

Three Greenwich State Reps invite you to “Coffee Hour” Monday

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The Republican trio of States Reps: Livvy Floren (149th District), Fred Camillo (151st District) and Stephen Walko (150th District) would like to invite you to a “Coffee Hour with your legislators, on Monday, July 21, from 8 – 9 a.m., at the Glory Days Diner at 69 East Putnam Avenue. They’ll be there to answer your […] [Read More]
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