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Author: Tom Mellana

Emily Fedorko.

‘Emily’s Law,’ named for Greenwich teenager, passes Senate

The state Senate on Thursday passed a boating safety bill introduced following the death last August of Greenwich teenager Emily Fedorko. Fedorko, 16, was in an inner tube off Greenwich Point when she
Tyler Sizemore/Staff photo
A garage collapsed under the weight of snow at the Putnam Park condo complex in central Greenwich.

Snow causes roof collapse in central Greenwich

The roof of the parking garage at the Putnam Park Apartments co-op complex on Milbank Avenue collapsed Wednesday, apparently under the weight of snow. No one was hurt in the collapse, but there were
Police have charged Miguel A. Reyes-Pantoja, of Port Chester, with first-degree assault and first-degree robbery for his early morning attack on a cab driver.

Cab driver robbed, severely injured in Greenwich

A knife-wielding passenger robbed and severely injured a cab driver in Greenwich early Saturday morning, police said. The driver, from RC Taxi of Port Chester, picked up Miguel A. Reyes-Pantoja, 26,
Stephen DeLuca in 2005, while pastor of St. Agnes Church in Cos Cob.

Greenwich priest suspended for sex abuse

By Ken Borsuk A priest with longstanding ties to Greenwich has been suspended by the Bridgeport Diocese for an alleged incident of child abuse decades ago. Bishop Frank Caggiano released a letter late

No Parking on Snow Routes

Greenwich police are stressing that vehicles are not permitted to be parked on posted snow emergency routes during a declared snow emergency. Those parked there are subject to ticketing and immediate

Greenwich Police Update Storm Information

Greenwich Police have released a new message to residents updating them on storm information: Greenwich Town Hall will be closed tomorrow, January 27th. Greenwich Public Schools will be closed

Greenwich’s DeMaio pleads guilty to attempted murder

6:06 p.m. We’ve posted our full story—including the details of Michael DeMaio’s plea deal—here. 5:42 p.m. Sixteen months after nearly killing his wife with a baseball bat in their Greenwich mansion,

Flags fly in honor of Dave Theis

The American flags on the Post Road bridge over the Mianus River are a favorite sight for Greenwich residents during the spring and summer, but they usually are not seen during the winter months.
A Greenwich police car outside the Citibank branch in Cos Cob Monday.

Police activity at Greenwich bank

Multiple police cars responded to a call at the Citibank branch on the Post Road in Cos Cob  Tuesday afternoon. Several officers entered the bank, while others remained outside with guns drawn.

Greenwich results starting to come in

UPDATE 10:43 p.m. Tom Foley took his hometown of Greenwich over Dannel Malloy in the governor’s race: 7,300 to 4,697.   UPDATE 9:56 p.m. With most of the Greenwich precincts in the 36th state