“A walk at the beach can put residents in harm’s way. Seriously. Dog owners continue to insist that they are above the Law and can let their dog run free on the walking trails at Greenwich Point. This behavior creates a problem.”
In Belle Haven a structure fire took place at a 115-year-old three story single family home of approximately 9,000 sq feet. Firefighters advanced two hose lines into the building while crews searched the home for trapped occupants, finding none. Continue Reading →
One of the Darien High School seniors arrested following the widely discussed assault of a New Canaan juvenile one night last month is seeking a form of parole to address criminal charges leveled against him, officials said Wednesday. An attorney for 18-year-old Brian Minicus said during an appearance at state Superior Court that that his client is applying for accelerated rehabilitation or ‘AR.’ Continue Reading →
You may find yourself delayed by closed lanes at certain stretches of Interstate 95 this week, and if you’re flying from LaGuardia airport for the holiday, you may find your airline is at a different terminal. Continue Reading →
In Darien, the big downtown redevelopment proposal for Corbin Drive and the Post Road, with its huge underground parking garage, some high buildings and a showcase “Village Green” park in the center of town, is being scrapped by the developer.
The new proposal, being presented to the Planning and Zoning Commission on Tuesday night: Much more above-ground parking — made more discreet behind buildings and along the highway — one building near the highway that’s four stories high, and a winding, green public space that snakes into the project to take the place of the larger “Village Green” idea. Continue Reading →