Children packed the Innes Garden Cottage at Greenwich Point for the "Wildlife in Winter" program, provided by the Friends of Greenwich Point in collaboration with the Stamford Museum & Nature Center. (John Ferris Robben photo) Greenwich Kids Learn About Wildlife Survival in Winter
Paul Master-Karnik Greenwich Arts Council Executive Director Retire
It's amazing what a difference two weekends make. The snowstorm that blanketed the Northeast with around a foot or more of snow seems like a distant memory, as record warmth nearly melted away any remaining snow last weekend. People from all over Greenwich headed outside to walk the parks, head out to the beach or shop around town, as Greenwich enjoyed temperatures in the middle 60's. Who would have thought that in mid-February, people like the girl in the photo, would be able to run at Tod's Point and enjoy some quality kite flying time without a winter jacket and gloves? (John Ferris Robben photo) Winter Takes a Little Vacation…
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Congressman Jim Himes speaks to the Retired Men's Association. (Megan Alderman-Person photo) Himes Discusses State of Politics with RMA

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It's amazing what a difference two weekends make. The snowstorm that blanketed the Northeast with around a foot or more of snow seems like a distant memory, as record warmth nearly melted away any remaining snow last weekend. People from all over Greenwich headed outside to walk the parks, head out to the beach or shop around town, as Greenwich enjoyed temperatures in the middle 60's. Who would have thought that in mid-February, people like the girl in the photo, would be able to run at Tod's Point and enjoy some quality kite flying time without a winter jacket and gloves? (John Ferris Robben photo)
Winter Takes a Little Vacation…

It’s amazing what a difference two weekends make. The snowstorm that blanketed the Northeast with around a foot or more of snow seems like a distant memory, as record warmth nearly melted read more...

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Josie Merck on the right, and Amy Wilfert, senior partner of the Day Pitney law firm in Greenwich assisting Merck with the legalities involved in the removal and relocation of the O’Neil amphitheater to Sarah Lawrence College. The stage is to be reused by the new Lia Fail property owners. Cos Cob’s Amphitheater to Get a New Home

  By Anne W. Semmes Sentinel Columnist A near miracle of rescue has come to a magical place in Greenwich long beloved by those in the know of one man’s dream made into grand reality—the read more...

The U.S. Marines, along with Santa Claus, were at the Cos Cob Fire Station on Saturday for the annual Toys For Tots drive. The event started at 10 a.m., when Marines arrived in a seven-ton truck. In addition to Santa and the Marines, the Greenwich Fire Department, was there collecting toys, as was Greenwich Police. Even an antique fire engine was on the scene. (John Ferris Robben photo) Plethora of Toys for the Needy

The U.S. Marines, along with Santa Claus, were at the Cos Cob Fire Station on Saturday, Dec. 10 for the annual Toys For Tots drive. The event started at 10 a.m., when Marines arrived in a read more...

Dr. Chris Howes, Dr. Sasanka Jayasuriya, Dr. Leslie Douglas Churchwell, and Keith Churchwell. Greenwich Hospital’s Gala Raises Funds for Cardiovascular Services

Nov. 19 was an evening to remember as Greenwich Hospital held its annual gala fund-raiser, which raised nearly $1 million for the hospital’s cardiovascular services. More than 350 supporters, read more...

Duo-Scorpio-FI Curiosity Concerts presents Duo Scorpio

On Sunday, Nov. 20 at 1 p.m., Curiosity Concerts – a series of free family concerts presented by professional musicians at different venues in Greenwich – will present Duo Scorpio. Duo read more...

Saxophonist Bennie Wallace, Terell Stafford on trumpet,
guitarist Bobby Broom, and New Orleans drummer Herlin Riley play their hearts out during BackCountry Jazz Concert at St. Bede's church to raise funds for Music education. Photo by Chéye Roberson. BackCountry Jazz Concert Helps Fund Music Education

Chéye Roberson Sentinel Reporter Rhythmic sensations mesmerized the crowd during a jazz concert last Saturday at St. Bede’s Chapel on the grounds of Carmel Academy in Greenwich when tenor read more...

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