Monthly Archive for November, 2009

: November, 2009

Photos of strange blobs at Greenwich Point

At first I thought they were gobs of foam created by cold water flowing into the cove. But they were too formed and too anatomical. So, of course, I had to take a closer look. Can anyone guess what

APPLE TO THE RESCUE! Videos of Greenwich Avenue grand opening

It was the single biggest store opening in Greenwich Avenue history, and, boy, we sure can use the shot in the arm! All of Lower Greenwich Avenue stands to gain by the enormous crowds expected to

Photos of increased parking enforcement, wasted money on Binney Park re-turfing and leaf removal

The parking authority in town clearly is ratcheting up enforcement in search of more revenue. People who have lived in Old Greenwich for 15 years or longer are getting tickets for the first time. I

Photos of high tide flooding at Tod’s Point on Saturday Nov. 14

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Rare openings at Old Greenwich Yacht Club: no waiting list

The Old Greenwich Yacht Club held its annual meeting Sunday and voted in its new board of directors and announced that for the first time in recent memory it does not have a waiting list. In fact it

Photos of Innis Arden Cottage restoration taken Saturday Nov. 7

Greenwich school head making moves to improve scores but parents balk

Hamilton Avenue School is by far the worst performing school in Greenwich in standardized testing, ranking 387 out of 544 elementary schools in last year’s Connecticut Mastery Test. Greenwich’s best –

New clothing store in Old Greenwich space once occupied by Kerr’s Pharmacy

With Greenwich’s commercial vacancy rate at a staggering 18 percent, it’s gratifying – actually it’s exciting – to see a new business open, especially in a landmark venue that has been empty for three