State Rep. Harry Arora (R-151) and State Rep-Elect Kimberly Fiorello (R-149) along with incoming House Republican Leader Vincent Candelora (R-86) called on the General Assembly to immediately act on a targeted list of items intended to help
In April, Neighbor to Neighbor moved to the much larger, temporary location at Arch Street Teen Center, in response to the rapidly soaring demand for grocery deliveries to more than 550 homes a week during the pandemic.
Marla Beth Enowitz began to post her artwork on her social media during quarantine. It received such positive feedback, that she decided to turn her hobby into a business. Her art is now on display at the First Bank of Greenwich in Cos Cob.
There is a need to feel anchored in this year that has left us feeling uprooted both physically and emotionally
The Bruce Museum’s series of monthly programs featuring thought leaders in the fields of art and science continues on Thursday, December 3, at 7:00 pm with The Origin of Species…Survival Plans. This Bruce Presents virtual webinar via Zoom brings together a
By Richard Kaufman Thanks to the awareness of a retired Greenwich Police Officer who is employed by a private community in town, five individuals from New Jersey were arrested in Greenwich early Wednesday morning on weapons and
By Richard Kaufman COVID-19 numbers are continuing to increase across the board in Greenwich, according to an update given on Wednesday by First Selectman Fred Camillo and Greenwich Hospital President Diane Kelly. As of press time on
With the pandemic still very much a daily reality and communities around the world struggling in unprecedented fashion, Greenwich International Film Festival has announced that it will make a large scale impact on the community and bring
By Richard Kaufman Greenwich Public Schools recorded a milestone earlier this week, as they surpassed the 100-mark for COVID-19 cases since school began in September. According to an update from the district, on Tuesday Dec. 1, there
Since Greenwich resident Ross Ogden was a teenager, the American Red Cross has been a hugely important part of his life. Over the past 60 years, Ogden has worn many different hats and volunteered countless hours for the organization, including deploying to some of the biggest tragedies of our time: 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina.
Take a Hike: Devil’s Hopyard State Park By Julia Lucey We all know Connecticut is full of beautiful hiking trails and delightful beaches to visit, and as it turns out, you don’t have to travel far to
By Richard Kaufman Sentinel Reporter As COVID-19 cases continue to rise around the country and in Connecticut, and families travel for Thanksgiving gatherings, the town of Greenwich is bracing for impact. On Wednesday, First Selectman Fred Camillo,
What am I Grateful for? By Julia Lucey Like any high school senior, I’m so very thankful for my family and friends. I’m thankful for the roof over my head and the food on my plate and
By Richard Kaufman Sentinel Reporter When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the economic impact was felt far and wide for scores of small businesses around the country. Many businesses have shuttered in Connecticut since March, and many more
Christ Church Greenwich has issued a call to the Rev. Shancia Ralna Jarrett, a recent graduate of the Berkeley Divinity School at Yale who possesses a very vibrant faith, and she has accepted the call to join
With an eye on serving an ever growing community, the First Congregational Church of Greenwich called the Rev. Cydney Van Dyke as Associate Pastor beginning October 13, 2020. According to First Church’s Senior Pastor Patrick Collins, who
By Richard Kaufman Sentinel Reporter Several tables full of turkeys were lined up in the parking lot of Greenwich Town Hall on Monday morning, as members of the community and law enforcement gathered to try and help
By Richard Kaufman Sentinel Reporter Greenwich Hospital announced on Monday that due to the increasing concern regarding community spread of COVID-19 and the increasing number of positive patients in house, all visitors will be restricted, with some
By Richard Kaufman It’s the season of giving, and Community Centers Inc. of Greenwich is doing its part to help those in need. Established in 1955, CCI has adapted and added programs over the years to reach
Young Artists Philharmonic (YAP) has recently concluded its Fall On-Line Orchestra & Musical Instruction, offered free of charge to students in Greenwich and Stamford. YAP announces that it will continue its mission to help the young artists
River House Adult Day Care Center Executive Director Donna Spellman shares the extraordinary path she and her clients have taken in a time of Covid.
In this week’s BET Update, the Board approved two routine applications, and discussed tax policy related to delinquent properties and to educational facilities with on and off-campus housing for faculty.
Have you ever wanted to own Greenwich Avenue, Island Beach, or perhaps the Bruce Museum? Now you can, with the all new Monopoly board game featuring the Town of Greenwich.
Even though the smell of turkey and gravy won’t be filling the air and the upper floors of the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich (BGCG) won’t be bustling with people sitting down for a meal, the 18th annual Thanksgiving feast at the Club will still be special this year. Meals will be distributed to Club members to take home at pick-up between 3:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 24.
With COVID-19 continuing to surge around the country and in the state of Connecticut, Greenwich First Selectman Fred Camillo and Greenwich Hospital President, Diane Kelly, have resumed weekly briefings on the virus.
On Wednesday, the two officials urged residents to keep their guard up as the holidays approach. As of Wednesday afternoon, there were 104 active COVID-19 cases in the Town of Greenwich, and 18 patients at Greenwich Hospital.
Known to the Massachusetts Bay and Virginia colonists, these creature provided life-saving sustenance to the new world explorers. At home in both the Boreal forests of the Yukon and the dense jungles of Panama, its adaptability is legendary. Join us to meet this Greenwich resident.
Holidays can be a stressful time. Children sense the stress their parents are feeling. Learn how to help children minimize stress during the holiday season
Children in early childhood programs are living in a stressful time. Their teachers are providing a great model of calm and normalcy that will positively impact each child’s development.
Saints are those who inspire us to lead larger and nobler lives. We all need saints with a small “s” in our lives in order to be such a saint with a small “s” ourselves.
Old Greenwich, Connecticut is one of the premier communities on the East Coast with the emphasis on the community. Homeowners, mostly successful young families have been paying a premium to live here for decades and getting their money’s worth. It has great parks and multiple price points putting in demand year after year.
Editorial about Thanksgiving, its history and giving thanks.
Column about what wines to serve for Thanksgiving.
By Richard Kaufman Sentinel Reporter Even though the smell of turkey and gravy won’t be filling the air and the upper floors of the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich (BGCG) won’t be bustling with people sitting
By Richard Kaufman Sentinel Reporter With COVID-19 continuing to surge around the country and in the state of Connecticut, Greenwich First Selectman Fred Camillo and Greenwich Hospital President, Diane Kelly, have resumed weekly briefings on the virus.
By Richard Kaufman Sentinel Reporter Have you ever wanted to own Greenwich Avenue, Island Beach, or perhaps the Bruce Museum? Now you can, with the all new Monopoly board game featuring the Town of Greenwich. On Tuesday,
The Forest Days enrichment program Little Rangers at Greenwich Botanical Center is open for registration for GBC members until November 15 and for the general public on November 16. Forest Days is the only forest-based enrichment program in Greenwich,
Hard times often teach us to love more greatly
All facets of education have changed, from on campus and/or Zoom learning to admissions and budgetary changes at Universities which will trickle down. Scholarships have been cut and Admissions cannot rely on SAT and ACT scores as much as they used to. How do families pivot to rethink their educational needs and goals?
As our nation struggles to emerge from an increasingly divisive time – the arts, and particular the cinema – can open our hearts and minds by introducing us to a world of new perspectives. Of course, this can only happen if we are willing to embrace these new perspectives with open hearts and minds.
Sales are up in every part of town, except for two. Inventory is also down in every neighborhood, except for two other neighborhoods. The result is that the dynamics are very different from section to section in Greenwich.
Since most of our Thanksgiving dinners will end up being quieter and smaller, it may be a good time to start a new tradition of identifying the ‘good deed doers’ in our lives (watch the Wizard of Oz after dinner and see what the Wizard gives the Tin Man) and how we can show them just how important they are.
By Richard Kaufman Sentinel Reporter Since COVID-19 cases have spiked in Greenwich recently, the state has labeled the town a red zone, according to an update from First Selectman Fred Camillo on Friday night. “It is crucial
The mostly virtual annual holiday extravaganza will take place from Nov. 19 through Dec. 6, and will celebrate decorative arts, antiques, architecture, and design, and feature treasured Antiquarius classics, including the Holiday House Tour, Holiday Boutique, Greenwich Winter Antiques & Design Show, Festival of Trees and Candlelit Evening Tours of Bush-Holley House.
The annual Cos Cob VFW Post 10112 Veterans Day celebration featured speakers and singing.
Greenwich resident Debbie Reynolds tells of the formation of the Stanwich ecclesiastical community as seen through the history of the Reynolds family. Her book describes the many houses and church sites in that history.
In this week’s Town Hall update, First Selectman Fred Camillo spoke about Veterans Day, COVID-19 and a possible vaccine, election day, the proposed improvement project for Greenwich Avenue, and the installation of holiday lights on the Avenue.
Editorial about gratitude and being grateful for what we have.
By Richard Kaufman Sentinel Reporter The Town of Greenwich is hoping to add a little holiday cheer and a boon to business in the downtown area with a temporary ice rink in Greenwich Commons Park behind Town
By Richard Kaufman Sentinel Reporter The Board of Selectmen granted Municipal Improvement status on Thursday to a project that would enhance the intersection and public safety at Greenwich Avenue and Elm Street. The item will now go