Brunswick School goalie Charlie Pang makes the save during a recent game this season. (Brunswick athletic department) Brunswick Water Polo Is Stronger Than Ever
FieldHockeyBall Greenwich Academy Field Hockey Beats Berkshire 5-2
Greenwich fell to Darien Saturday 42-35 (Evan Triantafilidis Photo) Darien Football Survives Greenwich in 42-35 Thriller
Randy Eckhart – Blue Hill, ME Egg tempera Outdoor Arts Festival at the Bruce Museum
The Tesla Model X. (photo courtesy of Tesla) Tesla Gallery To Open on Greenwich Ave. in October

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Column: Be Not Afraid

By Drew Williams Sentinel Columnist Just recently, I had a long drive home on a dark, rainy night. Alone in the car, my mind began to turn over an issue that was causing me some concern. With every read more...

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Art Show Artist Vibrant Old Greenwich Art Show Celebrates 65th Year

  By Chéye Roberson Sentinel Correspondent   Fitting in with the quaint atmosphere of Old Greenwich was the tranquil celebration of art as residents and families strolled along Sound read more...

Head Minister of the Presbyterian Church, Sean Miller. First Presbyterian Church Gets a New Minister

Head Minister of the Presbyterian Church, Sean Miller. photo by Chéye Roberson   By Chéye Roberson Sentinel Correspondent The First Presbyterian Church of Greenwich has chosen Pastor Sean read more...

Saturday was all about fun in the sun, as Greenwich Parks & Recreation held its annual Sanblast event at Tod’s Point.(John Ferris Robben photos) Sandblast Brings Out Town’s Creativity

  By Jenny Goggin Sentinel Correspondent Despite predictions of rain, the sun was out and shining over Tod’s Point for the 25th annual Sandblast Festival. The Greenwich Arts Council teamed up read more...

Thomas Dunstan fires a shot during a recent event. Dunstan, a constant presence at the Greenwich YMCA pool, will be representing Team USA Water Polo in the 2016 Rio Olympics. (photo courtesy of USA Water Polo) Dunstan Makes Greenwich Aquatics Proud on Road to Rio

When 18-year-old Thomas Dunstan learned he had made the USA Men’s National Water Polo team, one of the first phone calls he made was across the country to his longtime water polo coach, Ulmis read more...

The American Oystercatcher. (photo courtesy of Patrick Comine / Aubudon Connecticut) Audubon, State Name New Important Bird Areas

By Anne W. Semmes Sentinel Correspondent Bird lovers of Greenwich and statewide will be heartened by the news from Audubon Connecticut of five new Important Bird Areas or IBA’s established read more...

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