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GUN VIOLENCE PREVENTION RALLY IN STAMFORD TODAY

There’s an important rally today, Tuesday, September 23, at 5:30 p.m. in Stamford, across the street from Bobby V’s restaurant, 225 Main Street. Here’s the press release from the ENOUGH Campaign and

JIM HIMES RIGHT ON SYRIAN REBEL VOTE

Four of the five Connecticut members of the House of Representatives, including our own 4th Congressional District representative Jim Himes, cast “No” votes in yesterday’s vote to arm and train

CURIOSITY CONCERTS ANNOUNCES 2014-15 SEASON

“Exceptional music designed to inspire parents and children alike,” is the way Shelly Cryer, producer of Curiosity Concerts, describes the series of free classical music concerts for families. Now in

DREW’S SEARCH FOR CONTAMINATED SITES

Greenwich selectman Drew Marzullo plans to search through old invoices for any evidence of material transported from the Holly Hill incinerator to other locations in town. His search may begin as

NOT ONE MORE – Gun Violence Must End, Add Your Voice

Jonathan Perloe, leader of the Greenwich Council Against Gun Violence, issued a press release today, reproduced below in its entirety. There will be a gun violence prevention table on Greenwich Avenue

CONGRATULATIONS SAM ROMEO, THANK YOU GEORGE YANKOWICH

As has been reported, Sam Romeo was elected chairman of the Greenwich Housing Authority last Wednesday, June 25. He succeeds George Yankowich who chose not to run again. Yankowich, who has chaired the

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP PLANNING COMMITTEE OPEN FOR PUBLIC COMMENT ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING ZONING REGULATIONS

Last night the Planning and Zoning Commission held a public workshop on new affordable housing regulations that have been drafted by the community development partnership, an outgrowth of the Plan of

MODERATE INCOME HOUSING WORKSHOP JUNE 24

The Community Development Partnership Planning Committee (CDP-PC) will hold a workshop on moderate income housing next week, June 24, at 7 p.m., at the start of the Planning and Zoning Commission