The sounds of cheers and applause echoed along Perryridge Road in front of Greenwich Hospital on Monday afternoon, as Yale New Haven Health celebrated the release of its 2,500th recovered COVID-19 patient.
Gabriel Cid, 44, a Greenwich resident, exited the hospital’s main entrance to a thunderous roar from hospital staff. He was admitted to Greenwich Hospital on April 12, spent 30 days in the Intensive Care Unit, and 21 days on a ventilator.
By Richard Kaufman Sentinel Reporter The next coronavirus update from First Selectman Camillo will be on Wednesday, May 27 As businesses and restaurants continue to partially reopen, and people continue to take advantage of the Greenwich’s parks,
Aquarion Water Company announces a pipeline replacement project near the Greenwich-Stamford town line is scheduled to begin May 26 on Taconic Road in Greenwich, followed by Farms Road in Stamford, and is expected to be completed by
Pollinator Pathways, a collaboration of the Conservation Commission, Department of Parks and Recreation, garden clubs, Greenwich Land Trust, Greenwich Audubon, Greenwich Botanical Center, local environmental groups and volunteers, announces its fundraiser for the creation of its first
By Paul Silverfarb With the concerns about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) growing rapidly every day, the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference made an unprecedented move Tuesday morning, cancelled the remainder of the winter 2019-20 season. “After much consideration and
To the Editor, I just watched the webinar of the special meeting May 5th, of the BET, which was requested by the democrats. They wanted to revisit the budget passed a week before. It is clear that
To the Editor, Dear King’s Market CEO, I’m writing to thank your Old Greenwich (OG) employees for their consistent kindness and professionalism, and for adhering strictly to social distancing rules, and their kind rationing of some coveted
It’s important to keep in mind that a child’s job is to play. Don’t get stressed or feel guilty for not playing with your child because you have to work from home. Play allows children to construct their own worlds and inhabit them, play out themes that are troubling them, seize control and emotionally process what is going on.
Round Hill Community Church will offer a special Good Friday online service of worship this Friday, April 10 at 7 p.m. focusing on the last words of Jesus from the cross. Good Friday, also known as Holy Friday,
Daniel Joseph Melillo, Jr. passed into the next life on April 28, 2020 at Danbury Hospital from natural causes. Daniel was born on Feb. 15, 1927 at Norwalk, CT to Daniel Joseph Melillo, Sr., son of Antonio
Oct. 17, 1934 – April 29, 2020 Lan Hee Lee was born in South Korea. She lived in Queens, NY and spent the last 12 years in Greenwich, CT (Hill House and The Nathaniel Witherell). We would
John Maciejewski, 77, of Old Greenwich, CT passed away on May 4 at Norwalk Hospital from complications due to the Coronavirus. John will be joining his wife of 42 years Lois (Tymczuk) Maciejewski who passed on March