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LWVG Welcomes Nicole Hockley of Sandy Hook Promise in Discussion

The League of Women Voters of Greenwich together with Greenwich Library invites the public to the latest in their free Community Speaker Series, on Tuesday, May 21. The event will feature an informative conversation with Nicole Hockley, a national leader on gun violence prevention whose son Dylan was killed in the shooting at Sandy Hook elementary, and Lucy Arecco, GHS Bella House Administrator, as well as students from Greenwich High School. Kay Maxwell, former president of League of Women Voters CT and League of Women Voters US will moderate the discussion. Sandy Hook Promise has trained over 6.5 million youth and adults, including over 2,000 students in Greenwich, on how to identify warning signs and intervene to prevent gun violence. read more...

Obituary: Gloria Price

Gloria “Pat” Miles Price, 85, a resident of Greenwich and formerly of Port Chester died May 6, 2019. She was born March 25, 1924 in Port Chester to the late John R. and Rosalie Porter Miles. She was raised and educated in Port Chester graduating from Port Chester High School in 1925. She began working for New York Telephone Company in Rye, N.Y. in 1952 and worked there six years. She retired from the City of Stamford after having worked in the Traffic and Parking Department and then Stamford Police Communications Department Billing after 16 years in 1995. She had been a parishioner of Sacred Heart Church in Byram, CT and had been active in the choir. read more...

Obituary: The Hon. Daniel F. Caruso

The Honorable Daniel F. Caruso, age 60, of Fairfield, the Probate Judge for the Town of Fairfield, passed away Sunday, February 25, 2018. Born in Greenwich, the son of the late Frederick A. Caruso, Sr. and Ruth (Collins) Caruso Quiriconi, he was a lifelong Fairfield resident. Judge Caruso graduated from St. Pius X Parochial School, Roger Ludlowe High School, and received his bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Connecticut and his Juris Doctorate from Vermont Law School. read more...