The state Senate last week gave its approval to a bill that would allow Connecticut’s Green Bank to expand its current role of investing in clean energy projects to include investments in a broader array of environmental
By Richard Kaufman When Toni Natale announced she was going to retire in June after 30 years as the Director of the St. Paul’s Day School in Riverside, the church decided to dedicate something of importance in
The Town of Greenwich, Department of Public Works, Engineering Division will be commencing a bridge replacement project on Sunshine Avenue in Riverside. The project involves the replacement of the existing bridge on Sunshine Avenue between Perry Place
May is National Osteoporosis Month, a time to check in on bone health. OsteoStrong will offer complimentary balance assessments and a presentation about its breakthrough program to fight osteoporosis on Wednesday, May 29, from 9 to 10:30 a.m.
Greenwich ‘s American Legion Post 29 will hold its Annual Wreath-Laying Ceremony on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27 at 8 a.m., at Indian Harbor Yacht Club. US Air Force LTC (Ret.) Jennifer Cassidy will be the keynote
The Greenwich High School Bands will take the stage for their final performance of the year on Wednesday, May 22 at 7:30 p.m. This concert will also be the last one under the direction of John Yoon.
Greenwich Chamber of Commerce is hosting its Annual Awards Luncheon on Thursday, May 23 at Greenwich Hyatt Regency. The event honors local town heroes who have gone over and above expectations in giving back to the community. Reception is
To the Editor: On May 13, 2019, the RTM approved the BET’s proposed $444 million general FY19-20 fund budget. Included in the budget is $75,000 for an independent town-wide fire study that was added by the BET
To the Editor, The the objections of my Greenwich legislative colleagues across the aisle criticizing the toll forum on May 13 are disappointing. The day for the forum was chosen due to the lack of alternatives in
By Paul Silverfarb Sentinel Editor Although it wasn’t easy, the Greenwich High School baseball team will be playing some postseason games this year. Finishing the regular season strong, the Cardinals currently post a record of 8-12. As
The Department of Parks and Recreation announces pre-registration for the 55th running of the Jim Fixx Greenwich Memorial Day Road Race and the Kid’s Half Mile Fun Run will be available online at Threadsandtreads.com until Sunday, May
By Paul Silverfarb Sentinel Editor Sunday afternoon, the Greenwich High School football team met up at the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich to cap off its championship season with a ring ceremony. Around 500 people from
By Michelle Moskowitz Sentinel Correspondent Founded in the summer of 2017 and run by an all-volunteer group of steering committee members, Woman Owned Greenwich (WOMOG) represents a diverse group of female business owners. The Sentinel sat down
By Michelle Moskowitz Sentinel Correspondent Local women are banding together to ignite, empower and strengthen one another’s business ventures. Founded in the summer of 2017 and run by an all-volunteer group of steering committee members, Woman Owned
By Paul Silverfarb Sentinel Editor James Farrell, owner of Boxcar Cantina, along with his father John, for the past six years, says it’s hard to put into words just how much Cinco de Mayo means to him
By Bobbi Eggers Creativity is piercing the mundane to find the marvelous. Daniel Patrick Moynihan Standing on the sidelines of your kids’ soccer game, do you ever hear another parent say something hilarious, but she doesn’t know
By Francis Ambrogio I recently found myself visiting Town Hall on some business, and being there for the first time in a few years, I stopped and looked around at some of the displays while I waited
By Dan FitzPatrick I recently was asked to participate in a senior executive level panel discussion on best advice for job seekers in the current economy. Not because I am any kind of an expert on that
… and, a little bit of May info By Mark Pruner MAY UPDATE This week we are going to look at how each neighborhood in Greenwich is doing, but first let’s see how the market is doing
By Mark Pruner This month is time for some slanted reporting, as it’s only fair to balance some of the Greenwich bashing reporting. In April, we had 34 sales that totaled $102,340,772. Based on a population of
In the Battle for Speed and Attention, Some News Changes Not Necessarily for the Best By Mark Pruner Last week the Wall Street Journal ran a story entitled: Wealthy Greenwich Home Sellers Give In to Market Realities.
It is with great sadness that the family of Christine Clark Webster announces her passing on May 17, 2019 in Greenwich, CT at the age of 101 ¾ years old. Christine was born in Philadelphia in August
Dr. Russel R. Taylor passed on May 21, 2019 at the age 101. Canadian born, Taylor came to the United States in 1938, fresh out of the University of Toronto. During World War II, he returned to
“When it comes to living large, I say turn it up till the knob falls off and throw it out the window.” Barret Platten Naylor lived a large, joyful life which was cut short a day after