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Central Greenwich intersection back open after pipe burst

The intersection of Arch Street and Railroad Avenue has reopened to traffic, according to police. “Traffic remains sluggish and we thank everyone for their patience,” said Lt. Kraig Gray. A water main break at the intersection for nearly 24 hours as repair crews scrambled to patch the badly damaged roadway. [Read More]
The North Pole's finest gear up for their big night next week.

North Pole ambassadors come to Greenwich

The steady snowfall today must feel a lot like home for these guys. These Santa-led special forces are in town for the fifth annual Greenwich Reindeer Festival & Santa’s Workshop at McArdle’s Florist & Garden Center at 48 Arch Street in downtown Greenwich. These resplendent reindeer will gladly pose for pics, but passersby and admirers […] [Read More]
Categories: Downtown, General

Cops urge pedestrian, driver caution when shopping downtown

Greenwich traffic police are asking local drivers to watch their backs this holiday season. Greenwich Ave. holiday shoppers too, for that matter. This winter has seen an increase in incidents involving collisions between reversing motor vehicles and pedestrians downtown during the busiest shopping season of the year. “This is a typical holiday season we’re experiencing,” […] [Read More]

Col. Raynal Bolling flaunts wintry style on Greenwich Ave.

It may be damper than it is cold out there, but it hasn’t stopped one legendary Greenwich resident from bundling up for the winter. Col. Raynal Bolling, the first high-ranking American officer to be killed in World War I, or at least his likeness, has added a tasteful, pom-pommed scarf to his military regalia. While […] [Read More]

Burglars steal empty safe from Greenwich car dealership

Police are continuing to investigate a commercial burglary at Greenwich Honda occurring over the night of Tuesday, Nov. 26. Employees returned to the dealership Wednesday morning to find that the front window had been smashed and the building entered. The only item taken from the business was a large safe, but the owner later detailed […] [Read More]
Categories: Downtown, police

Flower power on display on Greenwich Ave

Well-known street artist Michael De Feo has painted one of his most famous flower images on the side of the soon-to-open Primary Food & Drink restaurant at the bottom of Greenwich Avenue. The project is a collaboration between the artist, Greenwich’s Samuel Owen Gallery and the restaurant’s owners, who include celebrity chef Graham Elliot. De […] [Read More]

Beauty workshop planned on the Avenue

Ellela Cosmetics & Lashes, a beauty boutique that opened a second-floor shop two months ago at 16 Greenwich Avenue, is hosting an ‘Inner Glow Outer Glam’ workshop for women from 12 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27. The shop describes the event like this: “Learn how to embrace your authentic self to live with passion […] [Read More]
Categories: Downtown, fashion, The Avenue

‘Eatalian’ opens on the Avenue

Eatalian, an authentic Italian cooking and catering company renowned for serving up foods made with hard-to-find ingredients from Italy, opened this week on Greenwich Avenue. The restaurant has an expansive menu of pizza, pasta, sandwiches, antipasti and salads. The restaurant will also offer delivery and host gourmet cooking classes. Chef Andrea Tiberi opened his latest […] [Read More]