Parks & Recreation Department Proposes 2019 Fee Schedule

By Richard Kaufman Parks & Recreation director, Joe Siciliano, went before the Board of Selectmen last week to propose the 2019 fee schedule for the town. If approved by the board, residents read more...

Celebrate the Holiday’s by Giving Back

By Michelle Moskowitz Sentinel Correspondent For many people, the holiday season is filled with joyous celebration with family, friends and opening presents under the tree, but for others, read more...

Spreading Holiday Cheer at the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich

By Richard Kaufman Sentinel Reporter It’s the season of giving, and one Greenwich family is asking the community for help in spreading some holiday cheer. Michael and Susan Carino, lifelong read more...

Greenwich Student Survey Results Released

By Richard Kaufman Results of Greenwich’s student survey regarding developmental assets and risky behaviors, such as drug use, were released to the public last Tuesday night at the YWCA of read more...

Golden Once Again: Greenwich Football Takes State Title

By Paul Silverfarb Sentinel Editor Last year the Greenwich High School left Stamford High School’s Boyle Stadium with the a few plays short of winning the CIAC class LL championship. This year a read more...

Sophia’s, A Great Find for Fun Gifts, Cool Costumes

By Richard Kaufman Nestled just off the Avenue on Liberty Way sits a Greenwich gem. For 38 years, Sophia’s has been a one-stop shop gift and costume emporium, attracting customers from all read more...

Eversource Repair Work Slated For Downtown Area Next Week

By Richard Kaufman On Thursday, the Board of Selectmen approved road closures in the downtown area of Greenwich during the week of Dec. 10. The closures will allow Eversource to conduct repair read more...

Greenwich Remembers President George H.W. Bush

By Paul R. Silverfarb Sentinel Editor “The Town of Greenwich, like the nation and the world, mourns the loss of one of its own — a member of the ‘Greatest Generation. President Bush was the read more...

Greenwich Football Ready for Rematch With Rams

By Paul Silverfarb Sentinel Editor The Greenwich High School football team, especially the seniors on the roster, wanted to make a statement in their final game this year at Cardinal Stadium. read more...

Town Comes Together to Make Greenwich Avenue Festive Again

By Paul Silverfarb Sentinel Editor The holiday lights that shine bright up and down Greenwich Avenue give local residents and busy shoppers a reminder that it is, in fact, holiday shopping season. read more...

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Column: What We Choose to Celebrate

By Icy Frantz Last week, we celebrated a true American hero. We remembered his service and loyalty to our country and to his family and friends. We heard wonderful stories about leadership and grace and […]

Hortulus Brings Christmas to Nathaniel Witherell

On Nov. 28, around 15 members of Hortulus, a Greenwich-based garden club, brought lots of boxwood branches and red ribbon to Nathaniel Witherell. They came to help the residents make Christmas “kissing” balls to begin […]

Obituary: Robert Leckie

On Dec. 2, Robert Leckie lost his battle with pancreatic cancer at the age of 72. Surrounded by his loved ones, he passed away peacefully in his sleep. Born in Plattsburgh, N.Y., Bob was an […]

Braun Honored with Braun Humanitarian Award

Save the Children honored Greenwich native and Founder of SB Projects, Scott “Scooter” Braun at its 6th Annual Save the Children Illumination Gala. The event, which took place on Nov. 14, at the American Museum […]

Obituary: Siena de Roos Ossorio

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the death of Siena Hermania de Roos Ossorio. A longtime resident of Greenwich, CT before moving to Boulder, Colo. with her husband, Frederic Eugene Ossorio. She […]

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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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