During his weekly WGCH 1490 radio show First Selectman Peter Tesei talked to a caller asking why she hadn’t heard him speak to the events at Charlottesville last Saturday. Tesei said Greenwich Republicans abhor and detest the behavior of Nazis and white supremacists, but that the vigil organized by Indivisible Greenwich was partisan.
Anne Burns, who will host the pubic viewing of the eclipse at the Bowman Observatory in front of Julian Curtiss School on Aug 21 said that #12 or 14 welders’ goggles are safe to look at the Sun through. This is the first total eclipse of the Sun visible from the contiguous United States (excluding Alaska and Hawaii) since February 26, 1979.
Yajaira Gonzalez from the YWCA and Greenwich Police Officer Alex Testani, a former high school and college football player, both spoke to players on the GHS football team about teen dating violence and leadership.
Mr. Hibson is currently an Instructional Technology/Media Specialist with Lyme-Old Lyme Middle School in Old Lyme, CT with 14 years of experience in educational technology and library media services. Continue Reading →
Richard “Ric” Gordon Helmrich, a Greenwich resident, passed away August 14, 2017 at the age of 63. Born on November 10, 1953 to the late Robert and Eleanor Helmrich. Richard was employed at Seacoast a Division of EIS. He leaves behind his beloved wife Laurette Helmrich, his loving children Anna Waldrop (Jon), Tyler Helmrich, and Spencer Helmrich, his cherished grandchildren Jon, Gianna, and Annabelle. Richard is also survived by his siblings Patricia Sherry, Barbara Hoines, Robert Helmrich, Ellen Helmrich, Lynn Williams and many nieces and nephews. Continue Reading →
Students who received a term grade point average of 3.6 or higher while completing at least 3 course credits during the spring 2017 semester received Colgate’s Dean’s Award with Distinction. Continue Reading →
A tractor-trailer driver surrendered to Greenwich Police on Wednesday to face charges stemming from a crash at the bottom of the exit 3 ramp of I95 last year. The crash resulted in one death and serious injuries to another. Continue Reading →
McDonald’s in Riverside is closed for some improvements, but not a major remodel. Their golden arches are grandfathered in because there weren’t strict regulations on signage when the restaurant was built in 1974. Continue Reading →