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Author: Brittany Lyte


Scholarship awarded in memory of bullied GHS student

  The Polish American Cultural Society in Stamford this week awarded the inaugural Bartek Palosz Scholarship to Bartek Szymanski, a graduate of Brian McMahon High School in Norwalk. Symanski will be

Classic Kids hosts party on the Ave

Classic Kids Photography is celebrating its grand re-opening from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, July 17. The studio at 54 Greenwich Ave. has been completely remodeled with new flooring, furniture and

Greenwich charity brings NFL star to town

“How cool is that to catch a pass from Colin Kaepernick when you’re in high school?” gushed David Kim, who watched from the sidelines Saturday as his two sons on the team ran drills with Kaepernick on

Henna for teens at Greenwich Library

Henna is an ancient body art that involves the drawing of intricate designs on the skin using natural plant-based dyes. This form of temporary tattooing was practiced in ancient Egypt and has since

Synagoge sues town for civil rights violation

Greenwich Reform Synagogue has filed a lawsuit in federal court alleging that its civil rights were violated when the town shot down its controversial plan to build a new house of worship. The

Greenwich wiffle ball tournament draws near

The seventh annual townwide Greenwich Wiffle Ball Tournament will take place Saturday, July 26 at the Greenwich Polo Club on Hurlingham Drive, with a rain date of Sunday, July 27. Cash prizes will be
Chess teacher Rich Jackson coached three Greenwich students to state titles this year at the Connecticut State Scholastic Championships - kindergartener Thomas Ewald, first-grader William Ewald and fourth-grader Dennis Li.

Chess master to offer free lessons

Chess players of all ages and skill levels are invited to learn and play alongside national chess champion Rich Jackson at 7 p.m. Monday, July 7 in the Meeting Room at Greenwich Library. You don’t

Greenwich’s miracle baby orangutan gets a name

The world’s first orangutan conceived by assisted reproduction was born in his mother Maggie’s favorite yellow wheelbarrow May 20 at LEO Zoological Conservation Center in backcountry Greenwich. After

Harbor Master urgers boaters to prepare for Arthur

As Hurricane Arthur approaches the Connecticut coastline, Greenwich Harbor Master Ian MacMillan is calling on boaters to prepare their vessels for a lively storm. “The most important issue I face

Student art bridges China, New York

There are still two weeks left to glimpse artwork created by students at regional high schools — plus one from Tianjin, China — at Bruce Museum’s annual iCreate exhibition. The exhibit, which