Board of Education Appoints Superintendent of Schools

Following a comprehensive nationwide search, the Board of Education (BOE) today appointed Dr. Toni Jones as the Superintendent of the Greenwich Public Schools (GPS), effective July 1, 2019. The read more...

Health Precautions for Extreme Cold Weather Conditions

With below freezing temperatures and below zero wind chills forecasted for this Sunday night into Monday, Jan. 21, the Greenwich Department of Health is reminding residents to take precautions read more...

Remembering Kay Langan

By Judy Crystal Kathleen (Kay) Holman Langan’s long, love-filled life ended peacefully on Christmas Day in her sunlit home surrounded by the art and books she treasured.  Born on November 8, read more...

Winter Weather is Coming

By Richard Kaufman Although winter in Fairfield County has been mild up through mid-January, it would be wise to keep those snow shovels handy. Winter is coming. According to Jacob Meisel, founder read more...

Picnic, Camping Permits Season Begins Jan. 22

The Greenwich Department of Parks and Recreation will accept reservations for residents who wish to obtain picnic and overnight camping permits for the 2019 Season beginning Tuesday, Jan. 22 at 8 read more...

Making 2019 About “Building Connections and Community”

By Michelle Moskowitz Sentinel Correspondent While 2019 is officially in full swing, many people view the month of January as a chance to start anew and set resolutions and goals that may or may read more...

Neighbor to Neighbor is Helping Those Impacted by the Government Shutdown

By Richard Kaufman Sentinel Reporter As the longest federal government shutdown in United States history continues, on the local level, Neighbor to Neighbor is doing its part to help those read more...

Annie The Musical to Open at Eastern Middle School Thursday

 By Richard Kaufman Sentinel Reporter Since September, Eastern Middle School’s eighth grade Show Chorus Class has been working on a production of Annie The Musical.  It is showtime this read more...

Bruce Museum Offers Free Admission to Furloughed Federal Workers

The Bruce Museum is offering free admission to all furloughed federal workers and their families throughout the remainder of the partial federal government shutdown. “The Bruce Museum is read more...

Extended Hours at Greenwich Libraries for Midterms

Greenwich Library will once again offer extended hours to accommodate the study needs of high school students during midterm exams in January. Dozens of students use the Library as a quiet study read more...

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Obituary: William Applegarth

Bill Applegarth passed away peacefully in Nashville, Tenn on Dec. 23, 2018 at the age of 99. Born Oct. 21, 1919 in Wilkinsburg, Pa. to Cecil Keene and Minnie Donahey Applegarth, Bill was raised in […]

Health Precautions for Extreme Cold Weather Conditions

With below freezing temperatures and below zero wind chills forecasted for this Sunday night into Monday, Jan. 21, the Greenwich Department of Health is reminding residents to take precautions against hypothermia and frostbite and when […]

Remembering Kay Langan

By Judy Crystal Kathleen (Kay) Holman Langan’s long, love-filled life ended peacefully on Christmas Day in her sunlit home surrounded by the art and books she treasured.  Born on November 8, 1925 in Baltimore, Kay […]

Winter Weather is Coming

By Richard Kaufman Although winter in Fairfield County has been mild up through mid-January, it would be wise to keep those snow shovels handy. Winter is coming. According to Jacob Meisel, founder of swctweather.com and […]

Picnic, Camping Permits Season Begins Jan. 22

The Greenwich Department of Parks and Recreation will accept reservations for residents who wish to obtain picnic and overnight camping permits for the 2019 Season beginning Tuesday, Jan. 22 at 8 a.m. in the Cone […]

Obituary: Ellen Anderson

Ellen Ernstmeyer Anderson passed away on Jan. 3, 2019 in Fort Pierce, Floa. She was 99 years old. Ellen was born in Staten Island, N.Y., but resided in Greenwich for over 80 years. She moved […]

Editorial: Theater

“Thou art a soul in bliss, but I am bound upon a wheel of fire, that mine own tears do scald like molten lead.” We were reminded of these words from Shakespeare’s King Lear, soon […]

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(PHOTOS) Greenwich Hockey Battles Prep in CIAC D-I Finals

In a back-and-forth contest from the opening faceoff to the final buzzer, the Greenwich High School boys’ ice hockey pushed top-seeded Fairfield Prep to the limit during Saturday’s read more...

SLIDESHOW: Greenwich Hockey Victorious in Winter Classic

By Paul Silverfarb Sentinel Editor If you’re a fan of ice hockey, you couldn’t have asked for a better day for the Greenwich High School boys’ and girls’ teams to take the read more...

PHOTOS: Greenwich Hosts 30th Annual Puttin’ On the Dog Event

It was time for dogs throughout the area to shine on Sunday, as Greenwich’s Roger Sherman Baldwin Park hosted the 30th annual Puttin’ On the Dog. The event, which took place Sunday and read more...

PHOTOS: Temple Sholom’s Shabbat on the Sound

Back on July 21, families from Temple Sholom and the surrounding community gathered at Tod’s Point in Greenwich for Shabbat on the Sound, a spirited outdoor Shabbat concert featuring Jewish rock read more...

Enjoying a Lazy Tuesday in the Waters of Greenwich

The weather might be cold and gloomy today, but don’t say anything to these swans. They were enjoying some quality time in the waters of Greenwich earlier today. Thanks to Greenwich resident read more...

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