Blocked or Obstructed Roads For a complete closure list, please visit https://www.greenwichct.gov/345/13151/Police and then click the link Tropical Storm Isaias Road Closure List. A road opening is a fluid process. There may be a road cleared off
Tropical Strom Isaias Update as of 8:30 AM 8-8-2020. 22.47% of Greenwich still has no power. 43 Complete blocked roadways. 7 are High Priority and will be getting attended to first. High Priority means emergency vehicles cannot
The Town continues its full mobilization to maintain a safe environment throughout Greenwich in response to Tropical Storm Isaias. They continue to deal with the extreme damage to the wire grid throughout the entire community. According to
The Town of Greenwich continues its full mobilization in creating safe conditions throughout the community in response to Tropical Storm Isaias. The scale of the tree damage suffered to the public utilities within Greenwich is widespread, complex, and
The Town of Greenwich is fully mobilized in creating a safe condition and providing for the public service needs to the Greenwich community during the continued response to Tropical Storm Isaias. The danger to down power lines
New Listings Data Compiled by Cesar Rabellino (203) 249-9866 Address List Price Price/SqFt SqFt AC BR FB HB Area 25 Elm Street 54 $539,000 $622 867 0 1 1 0 South of Post Road 4 Lafayette Court
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Featured Open Houses Data Compiled by Rob Pulitano  561-8092 Address Area Price Day/Time Broker 525 W Lyon Farm Drive #525 Greenwich $825,000 Sun 1-3 PM Berkshire Hathaway 4 Sound View Terrace Greenwich $3,000,000 Sun 1-3 PM
After Tropical Storm Isaias moved through the Town of Greenwich, Public Works, and Public Safety Departments are working tirelessly to open the roadways and make them safe. Contracted electrical power crews from outside our region continue to
Weekend Service on Metro-North’s Hudson Line; Harlem Line service between Pleasantville and GCT only; and New Haven Line Service between Stamford and GCT only for Thurs., Aug. 6 On Thursday, Aug. 6, Metro-North will continue to operate
538,409 homes are without power throughout Connecticut; 9,019 of those are in Greenwich. View the Eversource outage map here: https://outagemap.eversource.com/external/default.html If there is an emergency please dial 9-1-1 immediately. To reach the Greenwich Police Department on their
After Tropical Storm Isaias moved through the Town of Greenwich, Public Works, and Public Safety Departments are working tirelessly to open the roadways and make them safe. Contracted electrical power crews from outside our region began arriving
Getting the state back to full power and clearing roadways is expected to take between three and five days according to Gov. Lamont who has declared a state of emergency.First Selectman Fred Camillo has declared a local
Weekend Service on Metro-North’s Hudson Line; Service to NWP on the Harlem Line and to Stamford on the New Haven Line, for Wed., Aug. 5 Due to extensive damage to our infrastructure caused by Tropical Storm Isaias,
By Richard Kaufman After making landfall near the North and South Carolina border around midnight tonight, Isaias is forecast to weaken to a tropical storm and move quickly up the U.S. east coast during the day on
The controversial police accountability bill was signed into law Friday by Gov. Lamont despite a Channel 3 poll that 92% of Connecticut residents were against it. Saying that she values “our men and woman in blue” and
Greenwich Sandblast Sculpture Competition 2020
By Zane Khader As many of you might know, a police reform bill passed the Connecticut State Senate on at 4:00 am on Wednesday morning and has received a lot of controversy in the papers. I’d like
The Greenwich Art Society presents its summer online exhibit “At Home, For Home” – a virtual member exhibition of art for sale. A generous percentage of sales will support the Greenwich Art Society. The exhibit is on
As the Coronavirus pandemic has us all locked in place, Brita Darany von Regensburg, of Friends of Autistic People, saw herself barred from seeing her daughter, Vanessa, once a week. Brita was devastated at not being able
By Anne White Although it was a physically distant outdoor graduation with just the 82 Class of 2020 graduates and some of their teachers, it was still an opportunity for some normalcy and a chance to celebrate
There are lots of articles about how to be the winning bidder in a tight market. This article is about how a seller can get the best deal when there are multiple buyers.
NEW SALES Data Compiled by Cesar Rabellino (203) 249-9866 Address Original List List Price Sold Price DOM BR FB Acres SqFt 31 Church Street West $498,000 $498,000 $505,000 10 2 2 0.09 1,185 26 Columbus Avenue $595,000
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During the summer months, keeping your child engaged in the creative process for hours only takes a few things: a little creativity, a designated backyard art studio space and the use of new materials to create a completely fresh approach to art and to each project. Here are a few suggestions for creating your studio space and for some of the most popular art projects in schools and camps.
learning to think through a challenging problem, assess risk and calculate benefits could become an important lesson for whatever lies ahead.
Acknowledging our fears is a fundamental way we can all contribute to safely reestablishing our school and work communities.
The Gunnery, a coeducational, independent, college preparatory school located in Washington, CT with a significant alumni presence in Greenwich, announced that it is changing its name after 170 years to The Frederick Gunn School effective July 25.
Eastern Greenwich Civic Center Building On Wednesday July 22, the Board of Selectmen met with Alan Monelli, the Superintendent of Building Construction and Maintenance for DPW, about a new project to replace the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center
The American Red Cross Metro New York North Chapter announces the addition of Fred Camillo to the organization’s Board of Directors. “I could not be more honored to join an organization like the Red Cross, whose long
How to give back during COVID.
By Martin Blanco As a father, neighbor, and public servant, I am deeply concerned about Connecticut’s future. It is the reason I am supporting Ryan Fazio for State Senate and why I urge others to consider supporting
By Katherine McKersie As we celebrate the great and important life of Civil Rights icon Congressman John Lewis this week, I recall the meeting our daughter, (then in fourth grade) had with Mr. Lewis in 2018. She
Editorial about the Greenwich Sentinel annual summer hiatus and announcing new features.
By Dan FitzPatrick Does anyone else get the feeling that we are all living on Htrae (Earth spelled backwards), the comic book “Bizarro World” where everything is “weirdly inverted or opposite to expectations” (Wikipedia)? A short list will
How gardener Beverly Smith is led to learn the history of the Merritt Parkway’s Lake Avenue Bridge as historian of the Riverside Garden Club.
Dennis Richmond, Jr. speaks at Greenwich Library
COVID and College Testing
Hydrangea Envy photo contest.
Last week, the Board of Selectmen received a presentation on plans for a new Eastern Greenwich Civic Center. No action was taken on the Municipal Improvement request, but a vote could come during the board’s next meeting on Aug. 13.
Karen A. Santucci, MD has been named senior vice president and chief medical officer for Greenwich Hospital, effective September 1. She will also continue as a professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine at the Yale School of
Ann Marie Graziano, passed away July 25, 2020, in the arms of her loving family. She endured a brief yet extraordinarily courageous battle with cancer. She was 67. Ann Marie was born in New Rochelle on October
Our friend, Patrick Durkin, was born the day after Christmas in 1956 and died on July 27, 2020. We will be doing an in depth obituary and remembrance of Patrick at a later date. People-Tag: Patrick Durkin
Joseph Iacono, 83, of Greenwich, CT passed away after a courageous battle with cancer on Wednesday, July 22, 2020, at home surrounded by his loving family. Joseph was born on July 27, 1936 in Brooklyn, NY to
UJA-JCC Greenwich donated ‘100 Dignity Packs’ to Neighbor to Neighbor in Greenwich for distribution to those in need in our community. Responding to the fact that a lack of menstrual supplies and other hygiene products can negatively
By Richard Kaufman Due to an uptick in coronavirus cases in young people and increased complaints from around town about large gatherings and parties, First Selectman Fred Camillo is prepared to respond. “We’re done with warnings,” Camillo
Robert W. Van Orsdel, 94, of Norwalk and Greenwich passed away peacefully on Monday, July 27, 2020 at Fairfield County House hospice. He was the husband of the late Elfrieda (Freddie) Van Orsdel and lived in Norwalk
The Nathaniel Witherell (TNW), the short-term rehabilitation and skilled nursing facility owned by the Town of Greenwich, has received a coveted 5-star rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). A 5-star Overall Quality Rating