Selectmen Initiate Process to Break DOT Funding Logjam

By Richard Kaufman Last Thursday, the Greenwich Board of Selectmen initiated the process to restart the flow of state funding for town transportation projects.  There has been a logjam and the read more...

Cos Cob Library Collecting Children, Young Adult Books

The Friends of the Cos Cob Library will be collecting children and young adult books beginning Aug. 20 to be sold at the Annual Cos Cob Library Open House and Children’s Book Sale on read more...

Dems Choose Lamont, Stefanowski Leads GOP

By Richard Kaufman Update: 11:00 p.m. Unofficial results Bob Stefanowski will be the presumptive GOP nominee for Governor, as Danbury mayor, Mark Boughton has conceded the race. Additionally, read more...

Greenwich Hovers Just Over 25 Percent in Voter Turnout

By Paul Silverfarb Sentinel Editor The Town of Greenwich, along with every town and city in the State of Connecticut, came out to vote for during both the republican and democratic read more...

Funding For Remaining Julian Curtiss Roof Work Approved

By Richard Kaufman The Representative Town Meeting voted unanimously on Aug. 2 during a special meeting to approve an emergency interim appropriation of $617,000, which includes $30,000 for a read more...

Greenwich Fire Department Swears In 2 Recruits

By Richard Kaufman On Monday morning inside the Greenwich Fire Department, two new recruits were sworn-in, effectively beginning their careers in the Town of Greenwich. Adam Corwin and Kevin read more...

Interim Greenwich High School Headmaster Appointed

By Richard Kaufman  On Friday, interim Superintendent of Greenwich Public Schools, Ralph Mayo, announced that Richard “Rick” Piotrzkowski has been appointed as the interim Headmaster read more...

Greenwich YWCA Dolphins Fare Well on the National Stage

By Paul Silverfarb Sentinel Editor The past two weeks have been quite stellar for Nick Cavataro and the rest of the Greenwich YWCA Dolphins Swim Team. After an eye-opening appearance in the USA read more...

Arrest Made in Greenwich Home Invasion

By Richard Kaufman Police have arrested a New York City man they believe is connected to a violent home invasion which occurred this past weekend in a home on Brook Drive in Greenwich. According read more...

Soaring Temperatures Increase Risk of Heat-Related Illness

This summer’s combination of extreme hot temperatures and high humidity can lead to heat-related illnesses that can cause serious illness or death, if left untreated. “Fortunately, people can read more...

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Art Society of Old Greenwich Presents Awards

The Art Society of Old Greenwich recently presented awards in two current art shows: the ͞Escape͟ art show at the Flinn Gallery, Greenwich Library and the Open Juried Show at the Bendheim Gallery, Greenwich Arts […]

Obituary: Gerald Lovely

Gerald E. Lovely of Greenwich, CT and Grenada, West Indies passed away peacefully Aug. 10, 2018 surrounded by his loving family. Born March 21,1934, Jerry was the son of William R. Lovely and Marie Ryan […]

Dems Choose Lamont, Stefanowski Leads GOP

By Richard Kaufman Update: 11:00 p.m. Unofficial results Bob Stefanowski will be the presumptive GOP nominee for Governor, as Danbury mayor, Mark Boughton has conceded the race. Additionally, State Sen. Joe Markley has won the GOP […]

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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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