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Carolee Friedlander will be the speaker at Wednesday's luncheon.

Greenwich Chamber of Commerce to hold Women Who Matter luncheon

For years the Greenwich Chamber of Commerce has been saying women matter and it will show that again Wednesday at its annual luncheon. The chamber’s Women Who Matter luncheon will be held at 12:30 at the Milbrook Club. This year’s guest speaker is Carolee Friedlander, who is the founder of Carolee Jewelry and Accessories. According […] [Read More]

Greenwich Library programs focus on technology and Internet safety in May

After recent hacking scandals at major businesses gave extra fuel to fears about Internet safety, Greenwich Library is looking to help with several programs in May. The library’s Technology Training Center continues to focus on educating people about new technology and helping people avoid the risks while enjoying the reward. The next program will be […] [Read More]

Live mannequins to highlight Rummage Room tradition in Old Greenwich

Tomorrow is April Fool’s Day so that means it must be time for the return of live mannequins at The Rummage Room in Old Greenwich. The store, located at 191 Sound Beach Avenue, will indeed feature live mannequins in its windows on April 1 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Volunteers will pose in the […] [Read More]
Categories: business, Old Greenwich
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Greenwich author pens book for empty nesters

Contributed photo Greenwich psychotherapist Wendy Aronsson has published a book of advice for parents on coping once their children go off to college and their home becomes an “empty nest.” “For the first time in their lives, parents no longer have to shuttle their kids to soccer practice, make cookies for bake sales or spend […] [Read More]
Categories: books, business, Youth
This photo of Phillip Grant was released by the Westchester County District Attorneys Office in New York, Tuesday, July 11, 2006. Grant, 44, whose video taped confession stated that he knifed a woman to death because she was white, was convicted Tuesday, July 11, 2006 of murder as a hate crime. Grant had admitted killing Concetta Russo-Carriero, a 56-year-old legal secretary, in the parking garage of the Galleria shopping mall in downtown White Plains, N.Y., just a block from the courthouse. (AP Photo/Westchester County District Attorneys Office)

Greenwich law firm wins $1.9M in wrongful-death case

A Greenwich law firm has won a $1.9 million verdict against the City of White Plains in the wrongful death of a woman who was murdered by a homeless, registered sex offender in the Galleria Mall parking garage. Concetta Russo-Carriero, a 56-year-old legal secretary, was stabbed to death in the parking garage nine years ago […] [Read More]

Party planned for group helpings veterans in business

Business Development for Veterans will host a silent auction and cocktail kickoff event from 7 to 10 p.m. Feb. 27 at the C. Parker Gallery at 17 E Putnam Ave in Greenwich. There will be live music played by The Head Rattlers. BDV a one-of-a-kind, privately funded non-profit that provides grant money to veterans who want […] [Read More]

Greenwich movie-makers launch Kickstarter campaign

A couple of guys from Greenwich are using Kickstarter to raise funding for their first feature film — and they’re offering up gigs like casting director and music supervisor to donors. Scamdance, the movie, is the brainchild of Greenwich High School class of 1986 alums Sean Hanley and Drue Pennella. Hanley is a former writer […] [Read More]
Categories: arts, business, entertainment

Meet Sharknado star Ian Ziering tonight in Greenwich

Photo credit: Tiger Lily’s, an interior design studio at 154 Prospect Street in Greenwich, is hosting a party tonight in celebration of Sharknado star and former 90210 hunk Ian Ziering. Ziering, 49, will be on hand to dish about his career reinvention tactics and the products he uses to stay looking-young. Zeiring is a […] [Read More]
Categories: business, entertainment