It’s almost here! The 28th annual Puttin’ on the Dog fundraiser in Roger Sherman Baldwin Park is just two weeks away. The fun-filled day will showcase multiple dog competitions with celebrity judges, live music, vendors and food for kids and adults. The fun and games will take place at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park in Greenwich.
To honor Mr. Applegate’s life, friends and family will gather on Tuesday from 4:00-8:00pm at Coxe and Graziano Funeral Home 134 Hamilton Ave. Greenwich. A mass of Christian burial will be held on Wednesday 10:00am at St. Roch Church; interment to follow at St. Mary’s Cemetery in Greenwich.
On Thursday afternoon, Greenwich Education Group held a ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony at Beacon School’s new campus in the renovated historic Hubbard Mansion in the Hubbard Heights section of Stamford. Jim Himes, who has one daughter at GHS and one in private school spoke about finding the right “fit.”
Bond was set at $50,000 when a 26-year-old man charged with selling Welch’s fruit snack candy on Greenwich Ave without a permit, was discovered to be a Fugitive from Justice in New Jersey. The man also had an arrest warrant from Norwalk Police Dept. Continue Reading →
“I adore eating eggplant any old way. This holiday weekend throw a few on the grill to go with whatever it is that you’re preparing. Remember, if you don’t have a grill then a grill pan on the stove works quite well.” – Victoria Hart Glavin of Tiny New York Kitchen Continue Reading →
The legal settlement with the Greenwich Reform Synagogue contains 23 conditions that are the results of many hours of testimony and concerns expressed by neighbors over the last two years at the Inland Wetlands and Water Course Agency meetings, Planning and Zoning Commission meetings and Zoning Board of Appeals meetings. Continue Reading →
Residents and local officials turned out in force to express grave concerns about the proposed Eversource substation at 290 Railroad Ave and the 2.3 miles of underground transmission lines to connect it to the Cos Cob station. Continue Reading →
Band teacher John Yoon’s attorney Daniel Young questioned Greenwich School’s Superintendent McKersie for almost the entire day on Tuesday. While the Superintendent acknowledged a long lag in time between two winter complaints from parents about Mr. Yoon and a decision in writing to terminate him on June 12, he said that if Student A’s behavior was so disruptive and disrespectful for so long, Mr. Yoon should have engaged with the administration and parents promptly. “Speed matters,” he said.
Mr. Yoon’s attorney went through the Statement of Reasons for termination one item at a time, debunking and deconstructing many of them. Continue Reading →