On Sunday around 1:30am Greenwich police spotted a car traveling west on Putnam Ave at a speed of 55mph in a posted 35 mph zone and cross over the center double yellow line and then nearly hit the curb twice.
On Thursday volunteers with Greenwich Green & Clean gathered up at Sam Bridge Nursery & Greenhouses for the second of two days to create the 116 baskets that will soon grace downtown including the lamp posts along Greenwich Avenue.
Up on King Street, Augustine’s Farm has all the vegetables and fruits you need for Thanksgiving. Open until Dec 22, Kathy and Farmer John operate their farm stand daily. They also have fresh eggs from Kathy’s flock, honey from her own bee hives, fresh apple cider, jams, jellies and more. Continue Reading →
Greenwich Hospital received the 2019 Guardian of Excellence Award in Patient Experience in the Emergency Department. Also, Greenwich Hospital received the Pinnacle of Excellence Award in Patient Experience from Press Ganey for maintaining consistently high levels of excellence over multiple years in Outpatient Services. Greenwich Hospital’s Outpatient Department consists of 38 individual departments. Continue Reading →
Through old-fashioned police work combined with some 21st Century investigative techniques and the assistance of the State of Connecticut Crime Lab, Robert Simmons was identified as a suspect. Continue Reading →
This is a great way to get a jump start on your holiday decorating! The Festival of Tabletop Trees will bring the 2019 holiday decorating season to life with spectacularly decorated tabletop trees in the Museum Lobby. Continue Reading →
Sophia Scarpelli and her staff at Sophia’s Costume Shop have been busy transforming the shop from its set up as a busy Halloween costume sales and rentals destination to an enticing Christmas emporium. On Nov 21, Sophia’s is partnering with The Undies Project for a holiday sip & shop in the store from 5:00pm to 8:00pm, and will donate 10% of proceeds to The Undies Project. Come enjoy a glass of wine and light hors d’oeuvres and show your support for the mission of The Undies Project. Inspiration for The Undies Project came to Lucy Langley in 2014 while she was volunteering at Neighbor to Neighbor sorting clothes for distribution. Realizing realized that underwear was the most under-donated and most needed item of clothing, she couldn’t imagine what it would be like to go without this basic necessity, or having to make the choice between putting a meal on the table or buying new underwear. Continue Reading →