An 84 year-old Greenwich resident was struck by a car on Hamilton Avenue last Friday evening. Larry Kosterich was crossing the street at about 6:25 pm when he was struck by a 1998 Toyota 4 Runner being
I remember them squinting–blinking back the silvery glare of Long Island Sound’s ice and waves magnified through the Swarovski spotting scope. Bundled up in layers upon layers against the January gusts on the jutting promontory of Stamford’s
Parkway School recently received notice that the RecycleCT Board voted to fund Parkway’s grant proposal to extend their recycling program to include small scale composting and the development of an outdoor garden, created at least in part,
Greenwich showed its respect for Veterans at 5 events held on Monday, November 11. We are very grateful to John Ferris Robben who attended every event and captured Greenwich honoring our veterans with over 400 images of
Photo by John Robben of a juvenile Barred Owl. Zoologist Jim Knox confirmed and added, “A native Connecticut species, the Barred Owl is one of the few owls which hunts during the daytime, especially on overcast days.
By Michelle Moskowitz For many people, the start of a new year is marked by the promise of living a healthier life, starting with a proper, balanced diet. One local business is making it easier than ever
By Jeb Fiorita & Peter Olson It is that time of year where we see packages all tied up in string being delivered all over Greenwich. What we also see, are those marvelous slim bags full of
By Paul Silverfarb Although Columbus Blue Jackets forward and Greenwich native Cam Atkinson had a slow start to the 2019-20 season, the forward was starting to find his groove. During a stretch in December, Atkinson was on
To the Editor: Conservation Commission, in collaboration with GPS Facilities, PTAC Green School Committee and the Greenwich Recycling Advisory Board, is implementing a waste reduction program in Greenwich Public Schools. The pilot program at three district schools
To the Editor, As many of us know, the Greenwich School District has long provided busing for both public and private school students, and it makes sense! As traffic has become more congested, keeping cars off the
They swim in our midst–right in the waters of Greenwich Harbor. Gone from the U.S. in the 20th century. Meet a new neighbor…and an old friend.
Dr. Maryan Ainsworth, to speak at Christ Church Greenwich, describes what she will address, in her lecture title, “Seeing is Believing – Landscape and Religion.”
There is something about the new year beginning that conjures up images of starting fresh and getting things for the months ahead. It is no surprise then that one of the most popular resolutions every year is getting organized. Here are 4 tips to help you get organized in the new year.
Join Greenwich Reform Synagogue (GRS) Rabbi Jordie Gerson and Cantor Harriet Dunkerley for community Shabbat dinner, and Shabbat services with special guest speaker, Fred Camillo, Greenwich First Selectman, on Friday, Jan. 10. Dinner is at 6 p.m. and
Janette L. Lowry, of Rye, NY passed away peacefully January 22. She was 86. Born in Port Chester, August 22, 1933 to Walter and Amy Ferris. Janette retired after 20 years working for the Town of Greenwich
Richard Alan (Dick) Robinson, 85, passed away peacefully on Jan. 11, 2020, under hospice care in Ann Arbor, Mich. He was born Aug. 21, 1934, in Chillicothe, Ohio. He was the son of George Robinson and Rosina
Helen Batten Robinson passed away peacefully on Monday, Jan. 13 at her home in the Taylor Community. Helen succumbed to cancer in the end, but her family is grateful that she passed with little pain or suffering.