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Trump May Have Finally Crossed The Line

Has Donald J. Trump finally crossed a line? Over the past year, he’s made one outrageous statement after another. Among other things, he has called Mexican immigrants criminals and rapists; claimed
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Putin’s Candidate?

Paul Krugman’s column in Friday’s (July 22) New York Times raises serious questions about Donald Trump’s candidacy. These questions need to be taken very seriously. This goes beyond Trump’s openly
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Proposed BOE Changes: Lively Discussion Expected At Tomorrow Night’s DTC Meeting

  Last week’s Board of Selectmen (BOS) appointment of a committee to review a proposal to increase the size of the Greenwich Board of Education (BOE) is creating considerable concern throughout
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CREDIBILITY OF BOARD OF EDUCATION REVIEW COMMITTEE IN QUESTION

The Board of Selectmen (BOS) yesterday appointed a 5-member committee to review a proposal to increase the size of the Greenwich Board of Education (BOE) from 8 to 10 members and to set in motion an
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Greenwich Council Against Gun Violence Presence During Sidewalk Sales Days

Greenwich Sidewalk Sales Days start tomorrow, July 14, and go through Sunday, July 17. As it has for the past three years, since the Sandy Hook massacre, the Greenwich Council Against Gun Violence
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Enough Toxic Plume Refrains

The tale of the toxic plume is becoming old and tired. Let’s hope we’re hearing its final refrain. The Greenwich Planning and Zoning Commission last night gave final site plan approval to the
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BOE CHARTER CHANGE? WHY?

Do we need a charter change committee to look into changing the composition and method of election of the Board of Education (BOE)? The appointment of such a committee is expected to be on the Board
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Orlando Victims Deserve Better Than A Moment Of Silence

Kudos to Congressman Jim Himes for walking out of the House chamber last night before a moment of silence for the 49 victims of the worst mass shooting in U.S. history. It was a fitting and courageous
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