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
On Thursday, Dec. 5, State Senator Alex Bergstein (D-Greenwich), hosted a roundtable discussion on issues impacting seniors at Greenwich Town Hall with guest speakers with expertise on a range of issues including health care, prescription drug costs
Greenwich Hospital Foundation announced that an anonymous donor gave $3 million to the hospital in support of the hospital’s Pediatrics Department. The gift will provide funding to establish a new Pediatric Ambulatory Care Center as well as
Grammy Award-Winning Bands Mumford & Sons and Zac Brown Band have signed on to perform at the tenth anniversary Greenwich Town Party. The Greenwich Town Party (GTP) has grown into one of the most popular events of
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.
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 Jeb Fiorita and Peter Olson The leaves are falling – or mostly fallen – in what has seemed like a very quick autumn. It is time for families to make the trek to share thanks over
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: 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.
I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to my fellow Greenwich residents for putting your trust in me and electing me as your Second Selectman. It is the honor of a lifetime. I am truly humbled
By Bobby Walker If you have ever been blessed to work with children, you know that their innocence can teach adults so much about the world and how to live life to its fullest. The holiday season
By Jim Knox With the possible exception of the Atlantic Cod, there is no other animal more closely tied to our colonial past than the Wild turkey. While “fowl” was certainly served in 1621 at the three-day
By Anne W. Semmes Imagine spending 50 years or more being “totally fulfilled” in your profession of “playing with flowers.” Meet Miriam Landsman of Greenwich, today being celebrated for her 50 years of flower power and support
Vincent C. Barnett, 63, beloved son, brother, brother-in-law, and uncle passed away on Nov. 17, 2019 surrounded by his family. Vinny was born in Stamford, CT on November 8, 1956 to Vincent and Corinne Barnett. Vinny graduated
Steven Wayne Kovach, 57, of Greenwich, passed away suddenly on Friday, Nov. 1, 2019. He was the youngest born to the late Evelyn (McGinty) and John Kovach on Aug. 9, 1962 in Port Chester, NY. He graduated
Thomas James Duffy, age 85, died peacefully in Stamford, CT with his loving family by his side. Tom was born in Brooklyn, NY to Antoinette and Thomas Duffy. Tom received a full academic scholarship to Hunter College