W. Robert Berkley, Jr. of W. R. Berkley Corporation (WRBC) in Greenwich, has been elected chairman of the Greenwich Hospital Board of Trustees. read more...
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CDC and CT State guidelines for Halloween.
Column about using professional property managers
Greenwich had an amazing third quarter for home sales and October looks to be another record month, however, each neighborhood is a little different. Buyers and sellers should look to see how each neighborhood is doing, before moving forward.
Columnist Anne W. Semmes shares what she learned of the views of Congressman Jim Himes and Jonathan Riddle in their recent debate.
The skills our children learn during the health crisis presented by COVID-19, not just in school, but about themselves and their ability to persevere, are going to be incredibly important and will serve them well through their academic journey and into the future. Read on for a few ways that we, as caretakers, can help foster resilience and adaptability in our children.
We live in a town dedicated to helping others. Come join in with one of the many non-profits working on the greater good in Greenwich.
Taking the Road Less Traveled with Breast Cancer
The Greenwich United Way Annual Community Investment Process is underway and open to grant applicants on the Greenwich United Way website. Grant applications will be accepted from local organizations followed by a rigorous review process by community volunteers and the Greenwich United Way Board of Directors who evaluate proposals from local agencies, thoroughly research each organization’s financials, and visit program sites. Guided by results of the Greenwich United Way Needs Assessment, Community Investment Process volunteers and the GUW Board of Directors determine the most effective, impactful uses for Greenwich United Way funds. read more...
Column with tip for fall exercise