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Trumbull man arrested for 2012 Board of Education larceny

A Trumbull man was arrested Thursday after he turned himself in on theft charges stemming from a 2012 workplace argument. Rudolf Cadovius, 51, is facing charges for third degree larceny and first-degree criminal trespass. According to police reports, in July 2012, Cadovius had a dispute with a contractor that resulted in him trespassing at Board […] [Read More]
Categories: Greenwich Avenue, police

Fired Chipotle employee arrested for threatening managers

A fired Chipotle employee may have bit off more than he could chew Monday after he threatened to harm his former managers at the burrito chain. The incident landed Jovan Goodwin, 34, of Stamford, in police custody on disorderly conduct and threatening charges. On Monday, Feb. 24, shortly before 3:30 p.m., police responded to reports […] [Read More]
My Favorite Place restaurant on Greenwich Avenue, on Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010. Photo: Helen Neafsey

Investment firm buys former ‘My Favorite Place’ spot on Greenwich Ave for $5.3M

The storefront that until recently housed the Greenwich Avenue location of the eatery “My Favorite Place” was purchased last Monday with a final price of $5,304,200 for 2,147 square feet of space zoned retail and residential. RLB Holdings of Times Square LLC purchased the property to add to its portfolio of investments, which include a […] [Read More]
Categories: Greenwich Avenue
The statue of World War I hero Raynal C. Bolling on Greenwich Avenue.

Dressing for the elements

Wearing a smart-looking scarf, World War I hero Raynal C. Bolling’s statue struck a fashionable pose today. If you have not yet visited the Bolling monument on Greenwich Avenue (in front of the school district’s headquarters), it’s worth checking out. The statue’s epitaph notes that the aviation colonel in the American expeditionary forces “foresaw his […] [Read More]
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Greenwich Avenue does not look like this too often on a Thursday afternoon.

A ghostly Greenwich Avenue

This is the scene this afternoon on Greenwich Avenue. Many shops and restaurants are closed, and pedestrians and cars are not in abundance. And, to answer the inevitable question, yes, Starbucks is closed, too. [Read More]
Lou Acevedo, who works in Greenwich's Highway Division, salts the sidewalks Thursday on Greenwich Avenue.

A message from the Greenwich Highway Division

While salting the sidewalks on Greenwich Avenue Thursday afternoon, Lou Acevedo, a member of the Greenwich Department of Public Works’ Highway Division offered this message to the community: “Stay home, if you can. It’ll make it easier for us.” So far, many seem to be heeding Acevedo’s message. There are few pedestrians and little traffic […] [Read More]