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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]

Neighbors object to parking structure for planned Old Greenwich apartments

A decision on converting the Harbor House Inn in Old Greenwich into apartment buildings will wait until June 16 after neighbors objected to a planned parking structure. On Tuesday night, the Greenwich Planning and Zoning Commission deferred the decision until next month’s meeting to allow for more time for neighbors to discuss the plan with […] [Read More]

Registration for Red Cross’ Safety Town ends on Friday

The Red Cross’ annual Safety Town is returning but interested people need to act fast because registration is closing soon. Registration is open for the remaining spots in the one-week safety education program which is a summer tradition for the American Red Cross Greater New York Region. But time is running out and registration closes […] [Read More]

First Congregational Church of Greenwich marks major milestone May 10

The oldest church in Greenwich will soon celebrate a major milestone as The First Congregational Church of Greenwich marks its 350th anniversary. There will be a year’s worth of celebration the church says will “honor the past, celebrate the present and lean into the future” and it will begin Sunday, May 10. The May 10 […] [Read More]

Live mannequins to highlight Rummage Room tradition in Old Greenwich

Tomorrow is April Fool’s Day so that means it must be time for the return of live mannequins at The Rummage Room in Old Greenwich. The store, located at 191 Sound Beach Avenue, will indeed feature live mannequins in its windows on April 1 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Volunteers will pose in the […] [Read More]
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Eastern Greenwich neighborhood plan to be discussed Wednesday

Residents will have another chance to make their voices heard on the neighborhood plan for Eastern Greenwich. A public meeting will be held Wednesday, March 18, at North Mianus School at 8 p.m. to discuss the Eastern Greenwich Neighborhood Plan. The meeting had originally been scheduled for March 5 but bad weather caused the postponement. […] [Read More]

Storm hits Greenwich– 3:15 p.m. update

Greenwichites throughout town are feeling the brunt of today’s storm, with some residential and river flooding after almost 2.5 inches of rain. “We’re clearly being impacted,” Dan Warzoha, the town’s emergency director said Tuesday, around 3 p.m. Water has seeped into the basements of a number of homes, mostly in the backcountry, according to Warzoha. […] [Read More]

Old Greenwich students ‘trot’ again for a good cause

The holiday is over, but it’s never too late for one more helping of the Thanksgiving spirit. Braving some cold temperatures, Old Greenwich School students “trotted” for turkeys on November 21 in the school’s second annual Trot for Turkeys. Students donated money and then participated in a run around the Old Greenwich School field. The […] [Read More]