Greenwich’s Danny Morales, an avid martial arts expert with several titles to his name, has turned his focus to teaching. Arriving in Greenwich via the Bronx, Morales said martial arts remained his passion. Today he counts several Greenwich cops as his clients.
Shawn comes to the bank with 30 years of experience in commercial and industrial lending, real estate and construction lending as well as managing, mentoring and coaching commercial lending officers and credit professionals.
Jerome Shaw 55, of Church Street in Manhattan, was served a warrant by the US Marshals and charged with Possession of Stolen Goods on July 21. He is also a suspect in a rash of burglaries in Greenwich.
At the July 19 Planning & Zoning commission meeting, several neighbors turned out to opine on a proposal to relocate dumpsters for Fleishers and Fjord Fisheries to a location more visible from Sinawoy, in the process allowing the back entrances to the stores to become the main entrances.
Everyone knows summer is not complete without a trip to the Arch Street Teen Center to see the annual summer musical theater performance of Off-Beat Players. And every year, the performances sell out. Order your tickets today. This year the Greenwich based theatre company devoted to teen and young adult performers with wide-ranging abilities and disabilities, is set to perform Disney’s smash hit High School Musical. Continue Reading →
The conversion will feature addition of an indoor turf field, an enhanced playing surface and other additions such as netting that will provide a broad range of uses for Club members as well as the community. Continue Reading →
The annual Wine + Food Festival features countless opportunities to learn and sample. The event features cooking demos, music, and the ever popular annual Burger Battle, and the grand tasting tent. But there is so much more! Continue Reading →
A collaboration between Greenwich High School grads Leland Graham and Ben Albano will result in a series of Fresh Green Light videos to help new drivers learn techniques including the three-point turn and back-in parking. Continue Reading →
Connecticut is experiencing dangerous heat and humidity conditions. At times the temperature feels over 100°. Because of this, the Greenwich Department of Health notes that heat-related illnesses are a Public Health threat. All residents, especially persons who are young, elderly, have medical or mental health conditions, use medications that impede body temperature regulation, those who do not have air conditioning, those whose work requires outdoor activities and people who are socially isolated are encouraged to pay special attention to the weather. Staying healthy during a heat wave is important. Continue Reading →
“The advance of technology has outpaced rules, regulations, and legislation to clearly delineate boundaries of operation that safeguard not only our physical safety but our privacy as well.” – Lieutenant Kraig Gray of the Greenwich Police Dept on drones. But don’t shoot one down. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) declared that it is a federal crime to damage any aircraft. Continue Reading →