In addition to delivering a banner signed by hundreds of Greenwich residents during Joey B’s “Thank a Cop Day” on Tuesday, Domenick Delfino presented the Police Chief’s Scholarship funds with $1,300 that reflected donations from residents during the event. Though not a fundraiser, there was a small jar for donations to the fund, so the $1,300 was a happy surprise.
A former Wesleyan University student was sentenced by US District Judge Bruant in Hartford to 12 months and one day of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release, for distributing controlled substances that caused several Wesleyan University students to overdose in 2015.
Oct 1-2 is a busy weekend in Greenwich, with events including the Knights of Columbus flea market, the chili cook off in Cos Cob, the Boys & Girls Club Muddy Up at Camp Simmons, the GHS class of ’76 reunion, the Cos Cob Volunteer Fire Co open house, and the Teddy Bear Clinic at Greenwich Hospital. Also, apple season begins at the Greenwich Farmers Market in Horseneck lot.
A fall braised chicken recipe with earthy root vegetables, a delectable sauce with lingering flavors of apple cider, calvados and tarragon. Comfort food at it’s best – and suitable for a family meal, holiday or a weeknight dinner. Continue Reading →
Greenwich Police are responding to residents’ tips and Aquarion’s alerts about residences and commercial properties with continued high demand. They have received many complaints from residents of neighbors violating the ban, and followed up on inforamation from Aquarion on residences and businesses that continue with high demand. Continue Reading →
An autobiographical film, “Seeing Beyond the Moment,” about the legendary photographer, George Tice will be shown at the Greenwich Library Friday, Sept. 30 at 8:00 pm. The film is presented by the Flinn Gallery in conjunction with their current show, American Lens: B&W Photography. The gallery will be open before the film, so stop by to see it! Tice and the directors Wodder and Bosco will be present. Continue Reading →
“I had the privilege of getting to know Livvy through the American Legion Boys/Girls State Program, during which students formulate their own governments and learn about civic responsibility. She Co-chairs the Boys/Girls State Commission, and takes an active role in preparing the American Legion Post 29 representatives on how to formulate legislation and debate using parliamentary procedure.” – Alexandra Small, 2013 American Legion Auxiliary CT Girls Nation Senator and American Legion Post 29 Young Person of the Year Continue Reading →
Brian Fagella and Catherine Veronis have recruited dozens of teenage mentors for a new business called Role Model Mentors, first piloted in Ridgefield. After success in that town, Brian and Catherine hope the operation, which pays teens who are paired with younger children according to shared interests for mentoring relationships. Continue Reading →