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Planning and Zoning close on Cos Cob synagogue, have 65 days for decision

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There was applause. There was grumbling.  There was the occasional impassioned interruption. But after a nearly two hour debate over the Greenwich Reform Synagogue’s controversial plan to build a new house of worship in residential Cos Cob at the Planning and Zoning Commission’s meeting Tuesday night, one thing there wasn’t was an official decision. The […] [Read More]

Bishop Caggiano to attend St. Roch’s Easter Sunday mass

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For local Christians, Easter Sunday means many things: an observance of the rebirth of Jesus Christ, a celebration of the return of spring, a moment to gather with family and friends to share goodwill and a Marshmallow peep or two. This Sunday, one new member of the St. Roch’s Church’s extended family is preparing to […] [Read More]
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Tree and wreath sale at First Congregational

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  A Christmas tree and wreath sale starts 9 a.m. Saturday at First Congregational Church of Greenwich, 108 Sound Beach Ave., Old Greenwich (across from Binney Park). The sale continues Sunday and takes place each weekend in December until the trees run out. The church will also have wreaths, garland and kissing balls. All proceeds […] [Read More]

H.O.M.E. Craft Sale at church

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First Congregational Church of Greenwich, 108 Sound Beach Ave., Greenwich, will host its annual H.O.M.E. craft sale in its auditorium from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23 and from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 24. The sale supports Homeworkers Organized for More Employment (H.O.M.E.), a craft co-operative working with the rural […] [Read More]

Things to do in Greenwich this week

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Greenwich Baptist egg bandit

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This sly squirrel nabbed an afternoon snack during the annual Easter Egg Hunt at Greenwich Baptist Church. “Just prior to this shot, I noticed this furry little bandit burying something and thought it might just be a nice piece of chocolate,” said Blake Stevens, the chair of deacons at Greenwich Baptist. “I kept an eye […] [Read More]

Things to do in Greenwich this week

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YWCA Greenwich and local artist Janet Baldi will hold an opening reception Wednesday for “Freedom” in the YWCA [Read More]

Things to do in Greenwich this weekend

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The Greenwich Lions Club will hold its annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday in Roger Sherman Baldwin Park. Friday Civil War reenactor Joseph McGill Jr. will spend the night in the dark, cramped attic slave quarters at Bush-Holley House March 30. McGill, a descendant of slaves and founder of the Slave Dwelling Project, has made it […] [Read More]