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Bob Luckey

A man wipes snow from the windshield of his vehicle on Byram Road home in Greenwich, Conn., Saturday morning, Jan 24, 2015, during the winter storm that hit the area. The National Weather Service is forecasting a wintry mix of rain and sleet for Greenwich until 3 p.m. and then a chance of snow after that with a daytime total accumulation of snow of around 1-2 inches.

4 inches of snow in Greenwich

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Cos Cob School crossing guard, Carmine Gencarelli, helps students and pedestrians cross East Putnam Avenue in front of the school in the Cos Cob section of Greenwich, Conn., Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015. Gencarelli said the severe cold does not bother him, "It's winter, I love the cold."

Crossing the cold with Carmine

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The scene of a rollover of one vehicle in the southbound lane near exit 27 of the Merritt Parkway in Greenwich, Conn., Friday afternoon, Jan. 2, 2014. Greenwich Fire Department officials on the scene said two people were injured in the accident and taken to the hospital.

Rollover on Merritt Parkway

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  Greenwich firefighters and emergency medical personnel were called to the Merritt Parkway near King Street for a serious accident Friday afternoon. A passenger car flipped over around 3:30 p.m. “It was a one-car accident. Two people were trapped in the car and had to be extricated,” said Greenwich Deputy Fire Chief Keith Millette. The […] [Read More]
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A woman wearing winter gear is framed through a painted steel sculpture titled "Falling In Place," by artist Denis Folz, while walking in front of the Greenwich Senior Center, on a windy and bitterly cold Thursday afternoon, March 13, 2014. The National Weather Service is calling for a much warmer Friday in Greenwich, Conn., with the temperatures in the mid-40s and mostly sunny.

Blue steel of winter

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A Greenwich Police Officer salutes during the funeral service for Greenwich Police Sgt. Roger Petrone at St. Mary Church, Greenwich, Wednesday morning, Feb. 26, 2014. Petrone died Thursday at age 44 after a seven year battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.

Snow-covered farewell salute for a brother officer

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At right, crossing guard, Carmine Gencarelli, 74, of Cos Cob, shares a laugh with a pedestrian while helping him to cross busy West Putnam Avenue directly in front of the Cos Cob School in Greenwich, Conn., Friday afternoon, Feb. 21, 2014. Gencarelli said he went to Cos Cob School as a boy after immigrating from the Calabria region of Italy in the late 50s. Gencarelli also said that he he has been the crossing guard at this location for 10 years and took the job after retiring from a 38 year career with Pitney-Bowes. Gencarelli said this winter is one of the worst he can remember, " It's been bad. A long winter. Too long. I can't wait for the warm weather."

Crossing Cos Cob with Carmine

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Footprints and tire tracks can be seen in the snow in the parking lot of an Old Greenwich business, Saturday afternoon, Feb. 15, 2014. The National Weather service is forecasting 3-5 inches of snow for Greenwich today.

Tracks in the snow

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From left, Tessa Peterson and Zoe Keijser, both Connecticut Ballet Company ballerinas with the day off due to the snowstorm, enjoy the sun and relatively mild temperature outside a Cos Cob juice store during the aftermath of the snowstorm that hit Greenwich, Friday, Feb. 14, 2014. The National Weather Service is calling for another 2-4 inches of snow on Saturday.

The resting position for two ballerinas

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Icy sword of winter hangs overhead

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during the Town of Greenwich Department of Parks and Recreation's "Saturday Indoor Soccer with Aldwin,"  a youth soccer program, at the Greenwich Civic Center, Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014. For more infornation regarding future programs contact; socceraldwin@aol.com

Youth soccer at the Greenwich Civic Center

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