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Downed wires force midcountry road closures, bus evacuation

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Dingletown Road remains closed between Perkins and Doubling Road following the downing of a utility wires this morning. Palmer Hill Road was also closed due to burning wires, but has since reopened, police said Friday. Police first reported a utility pole and wires ¬†collapse Thursday evening shortly before 5:45 p.m. at the junction of Palmer […] [Read More]

DPW announce second meeting on midcountry intersection

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The Greenwich Department of Public Works has announced a second public hearing on proposed improvements to the ¬†intersection of North Street, Fairfield Road and Parsonage Road. Town engineers will be on hand Tuesday, April 29, at 7:00 p.m. in the Town Hall Meeting Room to discuss the project and its expected impact on traffic in […] [Read More]

Greenwich Police investigating midcountry burglary

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Greenwich Police are investigating a reported burglary in the midcountry Sunday discovered evening. Police said residents of a Fairfield Road home returned to find that the back door of their residence had been forced open and their belongings visibly rifled through. Police did not comment on what, if anything, had been taken from the home. [Read More]
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DPW announces public hearing on midcountry intersection

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The Greenwich Department of Public Works has announced a public hearing on proposed improvements to the ¬†intersection of North Street, Fairfield Road and Parsonage Road. Town engineers will be on hand Thursday, March 27, at 7:00 p.m. in the Mazza Room of Town Hall to discuss the project and its expected impact on traffic in […] [Read More]

Round Hill Community House to cut ribbon on emergency recharging center Sunday

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Mid- and backcountry residents are cutting the ribbon on a new “emergency recharging center” Sunday, Feb. 9 at the Round Hill Community House. Spurred on by memories of 11 powerless days following Hurricane Sandy, the charging station will allow powerless residents to plug in and charge up necessary communication devices. The event kicks off at […] [Read More]

Water main break closes midcountry roads

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Update (4:15 p.m.) Water service is not likely to be returned until later than expected, between 8 and 10:00 p.m., Aquarion officials say. Excavation required digging nearly seven feet through asphalt and concrete to the pipe, which had been split horizontally, possibly due to ground movement. Part of the pipe will need to be replaced, […] [Read More]
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Things to do in Greenwich this weekend

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Greenwich Reform Synagogue will host a Purim celebration Friday evening. Friday Greenwich Library will offer Advanced Web Search at 10 a.m. March 9 in the library training center. Learn effective search strategies beyond basic key words. Compare top search engines. No registration. For more information, visit www.greenwichlibrary.org. Audubon Greenwich will host a slow food potluck […] [Read More]

Things to do in Greenwich this week

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The Greenwich Historical Society will launch “Focus on Photography” with an opening reception Wednesday evening. Above, Barbara O’Shea’s “Glass Half Full.” Tuesday Greenwich Library will offer the following workshops in March: 4 p.m. March 6: Downloading Digital Audiobooks; 10 a.m. March 7: PowerPoint Special Effects; 10 a.m. March 9: Advanced Web Search; 10 a.m. March […] [Read More]

Things to do in Greenwich this weekend

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The Green Fingers Garden Club will host a flower show, “The Nature of the Game,” Friday and Saturday at Christ Church Parish Hall. Friday Greenwich Library [Read More]

Things to do in Greenwich this week

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The Greenwich Wine Society will sample Italian wines and hor d’oeuvres at Toscana restaurant Tuesday. Monday Herbert London, president emeritus at the Hudson Institute, will speak on Middle East realignment at 7 p.m. Feb. 27 at Greenwich Library. London served as the Hudson Institute [Read More]