On Wednesday, May 27th, A true American icon came to Greenwich’s own C. Parker Gallery to present his emblematic artwork to viewers buzzing with questions and conversation. Max was not only a keystone artist in psychedelic and counter-culture pop art in the 60’s and 70’s, but later the official artist for many recent events, highlights including the Grammy Awards, The 30th Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and the Super Bowl among others. Despite his success with various styles, Max’s continued fascination with new ideas and processes was evident to anyone in attendance on Wednesday evening.
Police Officer Keith Scorca and K-9 Kato, a German Shepherd from Czechoslovakia, are members of the Greenwich Police K-9 Unit. They graduated from the Connecticut State Police’s 173rd Patrol Canine Training Troop program on Thursday.
Randi Urizar-Gonzalez, 27, of 465 Greenwood St Bridgeport, and Yubelkis Polanco-Perez, 25, of 601 W 189 st Apt. 4D, New York NY were placed under arrest and charged with Criminal Trespass 1st degree on Monday after trespassing on an abandoned property in back country. Continue Reading →
“This tangy French tart can be served on its own or accented with fresh berries. Be sure to make a high pastry rim to contain all of the delicious filling.” – Victoria Hart Glavin of Tiny New York Kitchen Continue Reading →
Every Saturday morning Tim and Victoria travel from Sankow’s Beaver Brook Farm in Lyme to Greenwich for the weekly farmers market. Sankow’s is the state’s largest sheep farm and all dairy are pasture raised. What’s popular? Everything lamb from lamb bolognaise sauce to lamb sausage. There are eggs from free range chickens and ducks. The farm processes about 125 meat birds a week and the “butter-flied” chicken sells out at the farmers market every week. Tim and Victoria provide a glimpse into the life of a farmer. From 1:00am shifts during lambing season starting in February to building mobile chicken coops, 12-hour days are de rigeur. Greenwich Farmers Market is open Saturdays from 9:30am- 1:00pm in Horseneck Lot. Continue Reading →
Detective Kyle O’Neill and Detective Christopher LiBasci are Greenwich Police Department’s Officers of the Month for May 2015. The two detectives spend many hours looking for leads on an armed robbery of a gas station. Ultimately they found a pattern matching the MO of crimes in New York. Continue Reading →
Though the First Selectman has indicated he doesn’t think the ravine behind the existing New Lebanon School is ideal for a new school, the Selectmen had requested additional soil testing. Six additional soil borings were dug in response to the request. One sample collected during the supplemental tests contained arsenic exceeding the Residential Direct Exposure Criteria. Continue Reading →
A Greenwich man was arrested for DUI after driving aggressively from the Island Beach Parking lot onto Arch Street where there was heavy pedestrian traffic at the close of the Greenwich Town Party on Saturday night. Continue Reading →
A Greenwich woman was charged with burglary and larceny after turning herself in at Greenwich Police headquarters on May 26 on a warrant for her arrest. She was able to post her $100 bond and released. Continue Reading →
The Y-Net Frisbee tourney will feature a DJ, sandwiches and food from the area’s favorite Deli’s including: Corbo’s, Cardillo’s, Kings, Rinaldi’s, Riverside Deli, and others. Prizes include free meals at local restaurants, T-shirt and sport items. There will also be a Sno-cone machine and raffle prizes. The event will take place at the Western Middle School fields. Continue Reading →