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Stanwich Road remains closed through Monday morning commute

The Greenwich Police Department is ordering drivers to avoid Stanwich Road after heavy rains caused damage and a road closure. According to the police department, the road is closed and will remain so
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Delayed opening Wednesday for Greenwich public schools

All Greenwich public schools will have a 90-minute delayed opening on Wednesday, the school district has announced. Because of the storm, Tuesday was a snow day, while Monday was an early-release day.

Harbor Master urgers boaters to prepare for Arthur

As Hurricane Arthur approaches the Connecticut coastline, Greenwich Harbor Master Ian MacMillan is calling on boaters to prepare their vessels for a lively storm. “The most important issue I face

Conservation Commission launches Sandy recovery survey

The Greenwich Conservation Commission has announced a new survey to assess the lingering impacts of Hurricane Sandy and the long-term needs of the town’s flood-prone areas. The survey is part of the

Winter storm misses Greenwich, only dusting of snow Monday morning

Some lion. If you were hoping to ring in March with another major snowstorm, you’re going to be disappointed. Despite initial predictions of nearly a foot of snow falling Sunday evening into Monday,

Low patient volume at Greenwich Hospital ER due to storm

Even with the treacherous mix of ice and snow yesterday, Greenwich Hospital reported a  slow day and night at the emergency room. While average night time patient totals hover around 120, hospital

Photos: Greenwich returns to normalcy amid snowdrifts

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Warzoha: town in “clean up mode”

While the snow has subsided and the sun has begun to peek out, the effects of Thursday’s snowstorm are still being felt, said Emergency Management Director Dan Warzoha Friday morning. “Things pretty
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Snow subsides: sunny skies ahead, NWS reports

That little sliver of 0range out there on the horizon? That’ the sun. Yeah, I forgot what it looked like too. The snow has finally relented after nearly 24 hours of ¬†stormy conditions, and the

Henry Street holds up during storm

As today’s storm pummeled Greenwich and the rest of the area, many hearty Greenwich residents ventured outside elements to keep order in their neighborhoods, as they shoveled driveways and sidewalks.