On Friday, when Greenwich Police went to the back country Greenwich residence of a man with an active arrest warrant for a November DUI, they determined he had an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear 2 in connection to a 1998 DUI in Bridgeport.
“(Arora’s) message revolves around attacking Democrats for raising taxes on this, that and the other thing. There are two problems: his accusations are misleading and his solutions disingenuous.” – Mary Ellen Markowitz
Greenwich Police traveled to the US Penitentiary Canaan in Pennsylvania and took custody of a man wanted in Greenwich for Larceny charges relating to the theft of computers from a local business. Continue Reading →
During a workshop on Monday, First Selectman Camillo said he was concerned about the number properties coming off the tax rolls, in particular the ones being bought by private schools. Continue Reading →
This year’s five Youth of the Year finalists are: Alessandra DeVito, a senior at Greenwich High School; Lara Javier, a junior at Greenwich High School; Max Pisacreta, a senior at Greenwich High School; Andres Rincon, a senior at Westhill High School; and Keely Rodriguez, a junior at Greenwich High School. Continue Reading →
“Rise Up, Sisters!” created by the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame and the Connecticut Historical Society chronicles the Connecticut women instrumental in the women’s suffrage movement. The display will be on site at the YWCA Greenwich from January 18 – 23 and is open to the public. Continue Reading →
Town Clerk’s office will be open from 8:00am until noon on Saturday, January, 18 for those who need to file an absentee ballot for the special election for State Rep District 151 to fill the seat vacated by Fred Camillo when he was elected First Selectman. Continue Reading →