When the COVID crisis hit in the middle of March, Zaniac, a small after school and summer camp STEAM-enrichment center for children located in Greenwich, had to close its doors and figure out how to stay afloat. They participated in the state’s COVID-19 Business Response Program, and received a loan which was designed to help women and minority-owned businesses.
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A feature story about Teangela Dow and her company, Dow Cleaning Services. Dow had her first daughter at 16-years-old, and later opened her business. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Dow said she had an average of 30-40 clients.
We are in the midst of a storm this summer and we do not know when it will end. The fall brings more questions than answers, and it is hard to make plans. we need to learn to live in the uncertainty.
Greenwich Library will offer a virtual conversation with Dennis Richmond, Jr., author of the new memoir, ‘He Spoke at My School: An Educational Journey’, and the founder of The New York State Historically Black College and University Initiative (The NYS HBCU Initiative) on Tuesday, July 28 at 7 p.m. read more...
A review of how the military communications company Sandboxx, founded in Greenwich, dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic – as well as an overlook of the company’s origins. Sandboxx switched its business focus and implemented an experimental store on its website, which has now seen a 1900% increase in sales since earlier this year. Sandboxx was founded in Greenwich in 2013 and later moved its offices closer to the Pentagon in Arlington, Va.
Why baking is such a craze during quaratine.
Former president and CEO of Greenwich Hospital, Norman Roth shares how the Hospital dealt with the Covid-19 crisis at its peak under his watch and the impressive expansion plans being put in place.
The D’Angelo family, residents of Hillcrest Park in Old Greenwich, showed their appreciation for the efforts and role of the Greenwich Police Department by providing a tasty lunch of hotdogs, hamburgers and fries for this dedicated contingent this past Sunday. The lunch was held outside of the GPD headquarters on Bruce Place, right off of Greenwich Avenue and was a success in all regards.
Greenwich Farmers Market
Barbara Ann Sullivan Schaefer, aka Grandma Toots, 78 of Greenwich, CT, accepted her promotion from registered nurse, mother, and grandmother to celestial angel on Saturday, July 18, while in the intensive care unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering. In case you have trouble spotting Barbara in the sky, she will be proudly displaying her “Hugs are Free” sign. You won’t miss her. read more...