The Avon, an iconic historic cinema, located in Downtown Stamford since 1939, has been blessed with many donations from local businesses, celebrities, destination getaways and Avon patrons. Auction bidders will find something for even the most discerning relative!
Greenwich is subject to CT statute 8-30g because it does not comply with the state requirement to have 10% of its housing stock be “affordable.” It means 8-30g multi family developments do NOT have to comply with local zoning requirements including parking.
The Greenwich Senior Center is thankful to First Presbyterian Church and all of their dedicated, heartfelt 78 volunteers for roasting turkeys, cooking, baking, carving, packing and delivering meals to seniors in Greenwich – the most vulnerable of all during this pandemic. Continue Reading →
According to an arrest warrant application by Officer Allyson Halm of the NCPD Animal Control section, Palmer operated an illegal pet store while keeping puppies and dogs in an unsanitary environment, lying to veterinarians about their health and denying the animals access to medical care. Continue Reading →
This fall Greenwich Ballet Academy dancers in The Nutcracker were filmed in groups no larger than 10 in a dance studio ingeniously converted to a performance space. With creative editing, the annual holiday classic will be premiered online. Continue Reading →
Must see downtown Greenwich office space with parking for rent. Literally steps from Greenwich Avenue, convenient to restaurants, shopping and transportation. Short term leases preferred. Continue Reading →
During the pandemic, people are finding themselves with time to clean out closets, drawers, basements, attics and garages. Weeding out? What better time than to donate to the Greenwich High School Outreach Club’s textile drive. Residents can drop off unwanted clothes, shoes, belts, bags, towels, bedding, and other textiles behind GHS. (Look for a big green bin.) Torn, stained, or broken, they’ll take them in any condition. Continue Reading →