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Voter registration drive set for Thursday at New Lebanon School

Thursday isn’t just the last day at New Lebanon School before summer vacation. It’s also a chance for eligible residents to register to vote. A voter registration drive will be held in  Byram at New Lebanon School on June 18 from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. People can register to vote or update their registration if they […] [Read More]
Categories: Greenwich, voting

Zoning Commission approves Harbor House apartments in Old Greenwich

The commission approved the plan four to one over the objections of neighbors who claimed it would have a negative impact on the area by being too large and adding in too much traffic, particularly on nearby Wahneta Road. Ultimately the commission felt the plan for apartments would protect the historic value of the existing […] [Read More]

YMCA of Greenwich marks Men’s Health Week

There’s no time like the present to focus on your health and the YMCA of Greenwich is encouraging people to take part in their physical wellness programs. Until June 21, the YMCA will be waiting its joiner fee waived for people signing up for programs. The offer is being made as part of Men’s Health […] [Read More]
Categories: Greenwich, health, YMCA

Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich postpones golf tournament due to weather

Cloudy weather and the threat of rain has forced a one week postponement in the Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich’s annual golf tournament. The tournament, which had been scheduled for today, will now take place June 22 at the Griffith E. Harris Golf Course. Registration for the tournament will begin at noon and golfers […] [Read More]

Friday night Greenwich pizza charity drive underway with Chicken Joe’s

Still thinking about what to have for dinner Friday night? How about a brick oven pizza from Chicken Joe’s to benefit local charities? Greenwich residents Joe Kaliko and Fred Camillo have teamed up with Joe Marini, owner of Chicken Joe’s for a pizza charity night tonight at Christ Church. The church’s ovens will be put to heavy […] [Read More]

Final settlement allows Greenwich Reform Synagogue to move forward

After years of wait and litigation, the Greenwich Reform Synagogue’s new home on Orchard Street is official and congregation heads say they can’t wait to break ground. The synagogue issued a press release Thursday announcing all litigation had been resolved, allowing the construction to proceed. No timetable for the construction has been announced yet, but […] [Read More]

Survey results show strong support for changing Greenwich Public Schools start times

Parents and students have been clamoring for a change in start time for Greenwich High School and now the numbers are in to back them up. The results of the Greenwich Public Schools’ school start time survey were released Thursday evening and the district says the results “strongly support the exploration of a change in […] [Read More]
A 2012 picture of Ian Macmillan surveying damage to Greenwich Harbor from Superstorm Sandy. Macmillan has now been officially appointed to a new three year term by Gov. Malloy.

Macmillan officially reappointed as Greenwich harbormaster

Greenwich Harbormaster Ian Macmillan is sticking around now that Gov. Dannel Malloy has finally made his reappointment official. Macmillan, who has been harbormaster since 2011, had been working without reappointment since June 30, 2014. Harbormasters receive three-year terms in Connecticut but Macmillan was allowed to stay on until either reappointed or replaced. Now his reappointment, […] [Read More]