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East Putnam Ave 11-27

Thanksgiving on Greenwich roads — 6:45 p.m. update

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Some light snow fell today in Greenwich, but the town’s roads have been relatively quiet. Around 5 p.m., there was a minor two-car accident, with no injuries, on the Merritt Parkway, on the southbound side near Exit 27, according to Greenwich police. There was also a minor vehicle accident on I-95, around 11 a.m., near […] [Read More]
Categories: Greenwich, police

Larceny reported at Saks Fifth Avenue in Greenwich (5:30 p.m. update)

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One of the suspects in this morning’s reported larceny at the Saks Fifth Avenue department store is in police custody, while another is still at large, according to Greenwich police. The larceny took place at approximately 11:15 a.m. today, according to Greenwich Police Capt. Robert Berry. The suspect grabbed multiple fur coats, with a total […] [Read More]
Categories: Greenwich, police
Mary Grace and Olsen Twins

Sacred Heart senior does good works, meets Olsen twins

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Convent of the Sacred Heart senior Mary Grace Henry is a successful entrepreneur whose social business, Reverse The Course, helps girls pursue an education. And she has not even turned 18. Henry is a recipient this year of a World of Children Award, one of the most prestigious for nonprofit and philanthropic work. She was […] [Read More]
GA-Brunswick Pippin Cast

Greenwich Academy to put on ‘Pippin’

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More great theater is coming soon to Greenwich. Greenwich Academy will be putting on its fall musical, the Tony Award-winning “Pippin,” November 20-22. The school has released the following announcement about the production: Director Brian Borowka and Musical Director Erica McCants collaborated in the play selection process. “We looked for a family friendly show that […] [Read More]

Latest Greenwich election night numbers

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  Here are the latest election night totals for Greenwich, as reported by the registrars of voters: Spoiler alert: Republican candidates did very well. GUBERNATORIAL RACE: Tom Foley and Heather Somers, R: 11,518 Dannel P. Malloy and Nancy Wyman, D: 7,448 Joe Visconti and Chester Harris, petitioning: 72 FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Dan Debicella, R: 10,276 […] [Read More]
Categories: elections, Greenwich
John Margenot

Former Greenwich First Selectman John Margenot talks election

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Elected officials of today and yesterday – they vote, too. One of them was a man who has been on the ballot many times: John Margenot Jr. Margenot, 86, a Republican, served as first selectman from 1985 to 1995. He served on the Board of Estimate and Taxation from 1979 to 1981 and on the […] [Read More]
Foley 11-4

Greenwich goes to the polls: afternoon dispatches

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Update (6:12 p.m.) Just over a majority of eligible Greenwich voters have made it to the polls today, with two hours to go before voting closes. Approximately 16,516 voters have cast ballots  in Greenwich out of 32,218. Riverside still boasts the highest turn out with roughly 59 percent participation, while western Greenwich still straggles behind, […] [Read More]
Categories: elections, Greenwich

Greenwich: Ready, set, vote!

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Greenwich residents, hopefully you are registered to vote and know where you will be casting your ballot. But if you’re not registered yet and/or you’re not sure where you’ll be voting, you’d be well-advised to check out the registrars of voters’ page: http://www.greenwichct.org/government/departments/voter_registration/ And it is not too late to register. You can register today […] [Read More]
Categories: elections, Greenwich

Election Day in Greenwich 101

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Greenwich residents, hopefully you are registered to vote and know where you will be casting your ballot. But if you’re not registered yet and/or you’re not sure where you’ll be voting, you’d be well-advised to check out the registrars of voters’ page: http://www.greenwichct.org/government/departments/voter_registration/ It is not too late to register — you can register on […] [Read More]
Categories: elections, Greenwich
SYAP Oct

Classical music concert Sunday featuring Greenwich students

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Looking to hear some great classical music performed by some young Greenwichites this weekend? You won’t have to go far. The Stamford Young Artists Philharmonic — which includes a number of Greenwich high-school and middle-school students — will give its season-opening concert on Sunday at 4 p.m. at the Italian Center at 1620 Newfield Avenue […] [Read More]
Categories: Education, Greenwich