To the Editor: I’m supporting Sandy Litvack for First Selectman because he has the experience in management and government along with the judgment that qualifies him for the challenges that confront Greenwich. We are facing […]
Old Greenwich School (OGS) announces its first annual “Run For America,” an event for students to bond together in school spirit and be active with one common goal of tallying miles to ‘run across our […]
Leanne Meyer, manager of the Rummage Room in Old Greenwich, presented a check of $4,824 to the American Red Cross Harvey Relief Fund from the Grand Reopening Day sales on Sept. 5, to Amanda Paktinat […]
By Richard Kaufman Sentinel Reporter Back in 2003 on a snowy December day, the Greenwich Fire Department responded to a fire in a multi-family home on Davis Avenue. While searching a third floor apartment for […]
Continuing a backcountry tradition of over 75 years, Round Hill Community House invites the community to the Harvest Supper on Sunday, Oct. 22 from 5 to 8 p.m. This annual event brings friends, families, and neighbors […]
Greenwich Reform Synagogue announces the launch of its “Baby & Me” program for children ages six months to two years, along with their caregivers, starting Oct. 19 and running through Dec. 21. The program is […]
The Junior League of Greenwich (JLG) is helping preschool children in Greenwich learn to read. Throughout the month of September, the JLG has been collecting donations of books, magnetic letters/numbers, flashcards, white boards, dry erase […]
The Greenwich Historical Society invites students to contribute to the cultural legacy of the town by submitting creative content for a time capsule that will become part of the cornerstone of its newly constructed museum […]
Greenwich Emergency Medical Service (GEMS) recently went to Hamilton Avenue School so that the preschoolers could learn about ambulances and what to do in case of an emergency. The kids and their teachers enjoyed the […]
The Friends and Staff welcome new and seasoned family historians to another of the popular Genealogy Workshops with Tony Lauriano on Saturday, Oct. 21 from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m., in the Cos Cob Library’s Community […]
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 read more...
PHOTOS: Temple Sholom’s Shabbat on the Sound
Back on July 21, families from Temple Sholom and the surrounding community gathered at Tod’s Point in Greenwich for Shabbat on the Sound, a spirited outdoor Shabbat concert featuring Jewish rock read more...
Enjoying a Lazy Tuesday in the Waters of Greenwich
The weather might be cold and gloomy today, but don’t say anything to these swans. They were enjoying some quality time in the waters of Greenwich earlier today. Thanks to Greenwich resident 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 read more...
Beach Season Opens this Weekend in Greenwich
In a cooperative effort with the Greenwich Department of Health, the Department of Parks and Recreation will begin the summer beach season with the official opening of Greenwich Point and Byram read more...
Greenwich Top 100
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