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Barred Owl Sightings on the Rise

Photo by John Robben of a juvenile Barred Owl. Zoologist Jim Knox confirmed and added, “A native Connecticut species, the Barred Owl is one of the few owls which hunts during the daytime, especially on overcast days. Though they have excellent vision, Barred Owls are capable of hunting by sound alone, completely utilizing their extraordinary hearing to pinpoint the location of rustling prey in the darkness. ” Jim Knox is a zoologist and curator of education at Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo, 30 minutes away. read more...

(PHOTOS) Greenwich Hockey Battles Prep in CIAC D-I Finals

In a back-and-forth contest from the opening faceoff to the final buzzer, the Greenwich High School boys’ ice hockey pushed top-seeded Fairfield Prep to the limit during Saturday’s Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference Division I championship at Ingall’s Rink in New Haven. read more...

PHOTOS: Greenwich Hosts 30th Annual Puttin’ On the Dog Event

It was time for dogs throughout the area to shine on Sunday, as Greenwich’s Roger Sherman Baldwin Park hosted the 30th annual Puttin’ On the Dog. The event, which took place Sunday and was sponsored by Pet Pantry Warehouse, is a forum where people interested in adopting dogs can meet and interact with them. Vendors, music, competitions and other events kept the day moving smoothly. In addition, the event is a fundraiser that supports local animal shelters from around the area. To see many more photos that Sentinel photographer John Ferris Robben took from the Puttin’ On the Dog event, check out the slideshow below: read more...

Conference Celebrates Women in Business

300 professional women gathered at the Greenwich Country Club May 16 for Moffly Media’s 9th Annual Women In Business. This year’s event, dedicated to “Women, Wealth & Wisdom,” was a forum for female professionals, business owners and entrepreneurs to mingle and network, share expertise and gain insight into new opportunities. read more...

Historical Society Launches Construction Phase of New Campus

A major milestone is being celebrated for the Reimagine the Greenwich Historical Society Campus Campaign with the official launch of the construction phase of the new campus. First announced to the public in November of 2015, the visionary $18.5 million campaign will enable the Historical Society to dramatically transform its campus to provide better access to its facilities and enrich its education and preservation programs. read more...