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TOWN OF GREENWICH SHOULD DENY HIGBIE A PLATFORM

Carl Higbie has made numerous racist, anti-gay, anti-Muslim, misogynist, and anti-migrant statements, even calling for shooting people who cross our southern border. On Wednesday, he will be holding a

IMMEDIATE ACTION NECESSARY ON GHOST GUNS

Urgent! Call Connecticut’s Speaker of the House Joe Aresimowicz (860 240-8500) and House Majority Leader Matt Ritter (860 240-8585) immediately! It is critical that the House vote today (Monday May 7)

URGENT – ASK YOUR STATE SENATOR TO SUPPORT THE NATIONAL POPULAR VOTE (NPV)

“I’m very worried about the perceived partisanship and polarization of National Popular Vote (NPV),” wrote Republican State Representative Livvy Floren in a recent op-ed. Floren represents parts of

PARTY CAUCUSES: BASIC BUILDING BLOCKS IN THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS

This week all Greenwich voters who are registered either as Democrats or Republicans have the opportunity to choose who will represent them on their local party committees over the next two years.

FIGHTING MODERN DAY SLAVERY

This Thursday, January 11, the Greenwich YWCA commemorates Martin Luther King Day by hosting and co-sponsoring, with 30 local organizations, a panel discussion that honors the legacy of Martin Luther

JERUSALEM: TRUMP IS PLAYING WITH FIRE

It is profoundly disturbing that President Trump has delayed signing the waiver that would hold off on moving the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Ever since a law ordering the

AN AMERICAN ODYSSEY: THE JEWISH EXPERIENCE IN GREENWICH

“An American Odyssey: The Jewish Experience in Greenwich,” which opened November 15 at the Greenwich Historical Society, is the subject of my column in today’s Greenwich Time (December 3). Here is

Keep A Bipartisan Board of Education In Greenwich

The Board of Selectmen’s Board of Education Section 66/67 Charter Revision Committee has scheduled a meeting for tomorrow – Monday November 20 – at 5 p.m. in the Cone Room on the second floor of the