Day: October 29, 2020

Board of Selectmen Holds Public Hearing on Future of Greenwich Avenue

On Tuesday, the Board of Selectmen, along with other town and public safety officials, held a special meeting and public hearing to discuss Greenwich Avenue, parking, outdoor dining, and what the future could look like in the downtown area. Several residents and business owners spoke during the 90 minute hearing, and the majority said they liked what's being done on the Avenue. However, a few want some adjustments made.

Greenwich Police Updates

By Richard Kaufman Sentinel Reporter The Greenwich Police Department released updates on two pressing issues that have been plaguing the town recently, as well…

Updates From Greenwich Town Hall

In this week's Town Hall Update, First Selectman Fred Camillo spoke about Halloween during a pandemic, his Reimagine Greenwich Committee, and a possible joint announcement with U.S. Representative and Greenwich resident, Jim Himes, about civility and discourse during election season.

The Heart of the Holidays

Families can be creative to make Halloween and Thanksgiving memorable events. By focusing on the outcomes, like having fun and being thankful, this year will be fantastic!

Faith At Home: Creating Ritual & Routine in Uncertainty

Home and parents are the key mechanisms by which religious faith and practice are transmitted intergenerationally. Recent studies indicate that the single most important factor in youth becoming committed and engaged in the religious faith as young adults, is that the family talks about religion in the home.
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