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Cos Cobbers mob neighborhood meeting

There were so many people at the annual Cos Cob Town Meeting Monday night that dozens of them had to stand outside a propped-open door to the Cos Cob library, where the meeting was held, or in a neighboring room to take part. The meeting included a Q&A session as well as an overview of […] [Read More]

Mianus River Fishway open house

The Mianus River Fishway is hosting an open house at 125 River Road Extension in Cos Cob from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 5. Attendees will be able to view and learn about migratory fish. There will also be tours and staff members available to answer questions about the life cycle of fish. […] [Read More]
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Greenwich Police investigating Cos Cob vandalism

Unknown vandals attacked at least two vehicles parked on Bible Street in Cos Cob over the weekend, setting off a police investigation. According to police, the morning of Sunday, Feb. 22, at approximately 8:30 a.m.,  Greenwich Police were detailed to 25 Bible Street on reports that the residents’ car had been vandalized over the course […] [Read More]
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Greenwich Police nab shoplifting suspects at Cos Cob Radio Shack

Greenwich Police have arrested a pair of Bronx men on theft charges after they turned up at a Cos Cob Radio Shack with illegally obtained keys to display cases. Radio Shack management believes Charlton Hay, 26, and William Santana, 33, have shoplifted from the store in the past, along with a third man, who was […] [Read More]
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Folk singer Pete Seeger, left, performs his song "Embers of the Martyrs" during The 23rd Annual Holocaust Commemoration at the Greenwich Reform Synagogue. Also in photo are Alyx Becker, 13, Elianna Greenberg 12, Lian Gersh, 10 and Talia Cohair, 7.

Pete Seeger’s ‘awesome’ Greenwich performance

Awesome. It’s the only word Louis Van Leeuwen can find to describe it.   “It was Pete Seeger,” he said, thinking back on the day in 2005 when he was there to hear the iconic folk singer, who died in Manhattan Monday at the age of 94, perform at Greenwich Reform Synagogue.   “What can […] [Read More]
Not a bad way to spend your lunch break.

Cos Cob quacks

Today’s temperate climes have been welcomed many, if not most, Greenwich residents… including those of the feathered variety. This team of ducks took advantage of the 40-degree-plus weather for a midday dip in the stream running along the Cos Cob School campus. [Read More]
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Planning and Zoning to discuss Cos Cob Plan, regulation changes tonight

The Greenwich Planning and Zoning Commission is set to convene tonight to discuss a number of potential changes to the town’s zoning regulations and other planning documents at 7:00 p.m. in the Town Hall meeting room. Chief among them is the final public hearing on the Cos Cob Neighborhood Plan, which was finalized last month. […] [Read More]

‘Willa Cather Slept Here’ topic of historical society talk

  In conjunction with the Greenwich Historical Society’s exhibition The New Spirit and the Cos Cob Art Colony: Before and After the Armory Show, lecturer Laura Winters will give a one-hour presentation from 1 to 2 p.m. Jan. 9,  on the influence that the period leading up to World War I had on Willa Cather […] [Read More]

Sit ‘n’ stitch at Cos Cob library

   Cos Cob library will host a Sit ‘n’ Stitch event from 1 to 3 p.m. Tuesday. Come join the knitters as they work on individual projects or projects for the community. Knitters of all levels are welcome. Experienced knitters are always available to help beginners. The group meets weekly in the Cos Cob library […] [Read More]
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Fourth time lucky for Board of Ed?

The Board of Education will take a fourth — and perhaps final– attempt at their meeting tonight at 7 p.m. at Cos Cob School to elect a new chairman. Republican Peter Sherr and Democrat Adriana Ospina are vying for the chairmanship. The three previous votes — two at the Dec. 5 meeting and one at […] [Read More]