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Greenwich Police Detective Fred Quezada teaches a women's self-defense class at the Greenwich Police Department.

Female Fight Club: Class 3/10

As we lined up facing the fall, Police Officer Jeff Morris instructed us to lift one knee, thrust our hips forward and kick. “If you put a hole in the wall, I don’t care,” Morris said. “I don’t care,

Renters rebate available for seniors, disabled

From the Town of Greenwich: Greenwich residents who are age sixty-five or older, or disabled and under age sixty-five and receiving disability payments, may be eligible to receive a rent rebate from
Categories: Quality of Life, Seniors

Day of Giving aims to raise $1M

Today is Fairfield Community Foundation’s Day of Giving. The goal: Raise $1 million for hundreds of local nonprofits in 24 hours. As of 2 p.m., more than $336,000 had been raised by 60,000 separate
Categories: Quality of Life

A beautiful fall sunset

Besides great journalists, we also have great sunsets here at the Greenwich Time’s East Putnam Avenue offices.

Greenwich teens talk bullying on radio show

Greenwich High School students Lex Ellenthal and Elias Frank, both 17, were featured on a WHSU radio show Monday morning about one of the hottest subjects in town: bullying. The teens discussed their

Tesei helps launch new youth volunteer group

The idea behind Greenwich’s newest youth volunteer network is simple: Everyone has time to volunteer 30 minutes of time every 30 days. Aptly named 30Every30, the group, founded by a single mom from
Categories: Quality of Life, Youth

Greenwich Library film presentation focuses on hunger

Greenwich Library and Neighbor to Neighbor, will present the documentary “A Place at the Table,” on Thursday, Oct. 17 at 6:30 p.m. in the library’s Cole Auditorium. A panel of local experts will lead

Bullying forum for parents tonight at Town Hall

  JCC Greenwich is hosting a forum titled Bullying, Name-calling and Cyberbullying: What Parents Need to Know at 6:30 p.m. tonight at Greenwich Town Hall. The forum comes five weeks after

Speak Out Against Bullying

Greenwich Time is looking for students who have been affected by bullying to share their stories with us. Have you been bullied? Did you try to stop it? Have you been the bully yourself? We’re looking

Things to do in Greenwich this week

The Greenwich Girl Scouts will mark the 100th year of Girl Scouting with a ceremony at Town Hall Monday. Monday The Greenwich Girl Scouts will hold a ceremony to celebrate the 100th year of Girl
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