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The proposed repairs to the Shore Road bridge over Horseneck Brook will occur in tandem with sewer main repairs at the same location.

Shore Road Bridge repairs, detours to begin Monday

The Department of Public Works is set to begin a several-month-long rehabilitation project on a crumbling bridge in Central Greenwich, kicking off a series of closures and detours on Shore Road expected to last until the spring of next year. The Connecticut Department of Transportation has given the Sound Road Bridge over Horseneck Brook a […] [Read More]

Fire Department on scene of Central Greenwich fire

Greenwich fire personnel are tackling a one alarm fire at a home at 6 Ridgeview Ave. in Central Greenwich according to emergency reports. Police said Tuesday afternoon that no one was injured during the blaze and the Greenwich Emergency Medical Services has responded to the call, but had since left the scene. According to reports, […] [Read More]
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Crooner D’Agostino to bring classic style to Baldwin Park Wednesday

Fairfield County-bred crooner Steve D’Agostino will bring his repertoire of standards to Roger Sherman Baldwin Park Wednesday in this week’s installment of the Department of Parks and Recreation’s Wednesday night performance series. Pulling from the “Great American Songbook” and the style of Dean Martin and  Frank Sinatra, D’Agostino has spent 20 years honing his vocal […] [Read More]
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Low-flying helicopter captivates downtown Greenwich

A mysterious, low-flying helicopter in Central Greenwich has captivated and confused bystanders below as police fielded a flurry of calls Monday afternoon —  necks craned all along Greenwich Avenue to catch a glimpse of  the copter looping erratically around downtown. Police now say its is doing commercial mapping photography. The aircraft is licensed out of […] [Read More]
Categories: Central Greenwich

CL&P: No “explosion,” fuse behind Central Greenwich outage

Contrary to initial police reports, Connecticut Light and Power said Wednesday that the reported explosions in Central Greenwich were not actually explosions at all, but rather sound from a fuse shut-off after problems with cables were detected. Smoke produced from the cable malfunction and the loud popping noise of the fuse merely gave the impression […] [Read More]

Man tased, arrested outside GPD HQ after failed bank fraud

Greenwich Police have arrested a suspected New York City man after he  attempted  to cash a tax refund check under another man’s name at a Central Greenwich bank Thursday. The suspect, identified as  Nelson Arroyo, 49, of Manhattan, attempted to flee the Wells Fargo Havermeyer Place branch, only to be tased by police who had […] [Read More]

Greenwich Police investigating utilities scam burglary

A man in an unmarked SUV claiming to be a gas company employee is believed to be an accomplice in an attempted burglary scam at a Central Greenwich home Tuesday afternoon, police said. Now, police are asking residents to be on the lookout for fraudulent utility workers as they continue to investigate the case. According […] [Read More]

Skate Park opening day postponed due to weather

If you were hoping to ring in the spring early with a little shredding, you may out of luck. Initially planned to reopen for 2014 this Sunday, March 9, the skate park at Rodger Sherman Baldwin Park will stay closed for another three weeks, Parks and Recreation officials have announced. Due to snow and other […] [Read More]