Easy Kelsey of Kelsey Farm shares her efforts to fight the removal of the Chase Bank in Banksville, with other store owners expressing their similar sentiments.
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On Sunday, October 4th, Christ Church Greenwich welcomed animals and their proud owners to a socially-distanced blessing.
Last Thursday, the Breast Cancer Alliance (BCA), a Greenwich-based nonprofit, held a flag raising ceremony at Greenwich Town Hall to kick-off Breast Cancer Awareness Month for October.
The BCA’s mission, according to their website, is to improve the survival rate and quality of life for those impacted by breast cancer through better prevention, early detection, treatment and cure.
Last week, the Greenwich Department of Public Works, along with Stantec Consulting Services, held a virtual public information meeting on the replacement of the Wesskum Wood Road bridge over Binney Park Brook in Old Greenwich.
The project is in the early design process, and the meeting served as a way to get feedback and input from the community.
Author Martina Faulkner shares the ideas that generated her children’s book, “When the World Went Quiet,” and how it took on different dimensions in the writing.
Sales were up 150% in September and set a record for any month since the recession and also were the best September for any year. Market activity is as high as it has been all year with contracts up 150% over last year. Contracts may have peaked albeit in August rather than in May like in normal year. Home prices in Greenwich have risen, but not as much as you might expect with this level of demand.
One family’s redemption story that began in a simple wedding ceremony in 1969 and grew to multiply and flourish for fifty years and counting. How has it grown? Through the redemptive work of forgiveness, unconditional love, and true freedom.
The importance of community and helping others beyond our own community
Schools have been seen as safe places for the exchange of different ideas and perspectives. Unfortunately, the inclusive climate that once characterized our schools is deteriorating. The value of political classroom discussions on relevant issues is increasingly important. A well-educated and informed citizen is at the heart of our democracy.
The world as we know it is continuously changing. Young adults must learn the skills to positively adapt to change. Greenwich Catholic School fosters the developmental skill which sets the foundation to adapt to change.