The American Red Cross has extended its urgent call for donors of all blood types to give blood or platelets. With influenza escalating across the country and preventing some donors from giving, and winter weather threatening to
With 4,310 voters showing up to the polls today, the results are in and clear. Harry Arora is the winner of the contest to replace Fred Camillo as the State Representative from the 151st. Arora, who ran
Hoping to gain “Scenic Road” recognition for a roadway loop though Binney Park, the Eastern Greenwich Preservation Association (EGPA) will meet with the Board of Selectmen this week to gain support for the next steps in the
A pedestrian who was struck by a car on Milbank Avenue has died of her injuries. At about 5:20 p.m. on January 8, Elizabeth Deering (77) of Greenwich was crossing Milbank Avenue in the area of Agnes
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 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
Green Gift Wrapping Ideas: Sustainable Alternatives, and GRAB’s Recycling Tips for a Greener Holiday Season By Sarah Coccaro, Conservation Commission and Julie DesChamps and Sally Davies, GRAB Intro by the Conservation Commission: With the Holidays right around
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
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.
As our world grows smaller due to our interconnectedness, it is imperative that we give our students the ability to communicate in other languages. By doing so, we are enabling them to view the world as more than just a singular entity, and reminding that we are tethered to others by way of our culture, values, religion, and languages.
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
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.
John B. Caron died peacefully on Jan. 15, in the company of his loving wife and family. John was born on July 1, 1924 in Chicago, IL. He graduated from University of Notre Dame with a degree
Walter Anthony McCoy, age 91, of Greenwich died Friday, Jan. 10. He was born Jan. 5, 1929 in NYC to Selma and Walter Ambrose McCoy, MD. Walter was predeceased by his sister, Dorothy McCoy Horan. He is