By Richard Kaufman Two years to the day since the initial groundbreaking, the community gathered in the gymnasium of the new New Lebanon School last Saturday for the official dedication of the building to the Town of
Please be advised that all schools will be operating on a TWO hour delay today, Wednesday, December 11th. This information and/or updates can be found on the Greenwich Public Schools’ web site http://greenwichschools.org. Please be safe and
The Greenwich Fire Department is actively seeking Volunteer Firefighters and Fire Police, to join the 7 Volunteer Fire Companies/1 Fire Police Patrol with in the Town of Greenwich. Volunteer members of the Greenwich Fire Department work along
By Richard Kaufman Sentinel Reporter The pedestrian who was struck by a vehicle on Nov. 29 has died from her injuries, the Greenwich Police Department said in a statement on Friday. Regina Dowling, 62, was walking north on
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 The Studio Greenwich, a beautiful, serene yoga studio located at 701 West Putnam Avenue, recently hosted a special evening event dedicated for local, first responders by addressing the importance of their mental and physical
Antiquarius returns once again to kick-off the holiday season, and to benefit the Greenwich Historical Society. This year, the event has a bold new look, with the unifying theme of “Animal Instincts” which will be brought to life by Bronson van Wyck, a world-renowned event planner, who will serve as the honorary design chair on Opening Night, Dec. 6, at the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center. The Winter Antiques Show takes place from Dec. 7-8 at the EGCC, and the annual Holiday House Tour returns on Dec. 11.
By Paul Silverfarb The Greenwich High School football team easily turned aside Staples High School during Thursday morning’s annual Turkey Day game, winning 38-14. “This is awesome,” said senior captain Edward Iuteri. “This is my favorite time
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
To the Editor: Our family’s business Cos Cob Liquor, LLC in the Cos Cob Commons shopping center will be closing its doors for the last time in December. We have owned Cos Cob Liquor for thirty-eight years.
Article about the benefits of taking care of your body.
Athletics departments have a responsibility to help educate the whole child. By starting leadership development programming at the middle and high school level, we can give students more tools to succeed inside and outside of the classroom.
By Julia Chiappetta PLEASE NOTE: If you are taking prescription medication, you must check with your doctor before adding Activated Charcoal to your routine. I recently implemented my end-of-year cleanse and detox program which includes activated charcoal.
Aug. 20, 1940-Dec. 4, 2019 Margaret “Peggy” Lawrence Brandner of Venice, Fla., formerly of Greenwich, CT, died of complications from Alzheimer’s Disease in Orlando, Fla. Peggy was born in Queens, NY, as Margaret Galligan spending two years
Dr. Edward A. Meyers, 93, of Stamford, CT died peacefully at his home on Nov. 27, 2019 surrounded by his loving children. His devotion to his family together with his steadfast faith sustained Dr. Meyers throughout his
Kevin McCabe of Greenwich passed away on Dec. 2, 2019. He was the youngest of four born to Albert and Margaret McCabe in Brooklyn, NY on July 11, 1950. He graduated from St. Mary elementary school in Greenwich and