After parents and students urged the Superintendent and BOE not to roll back start times, Greenwich Schools Superintendent said the start/end time steering committee is focusing on logistics, not on a roll back of start times.
On Friday, State Representative Fred Camillo (R-Greenwich) was honored with the Humane Legislator Award by the Humane Society of the United States in recognition of his commitment to supporting animal protection legislation in Connecticut. Continue Reading →
Meet Gladys, a dog available for adoption at Greenwich Animal Control. “Gladys is sweet and soulful,” said Animal Control Officer Suzanne Carlin on Monday morning. Carlin explained that Gladys was found abandoned in Bruce Park. Since arriving at Animal Control, Gladys, who Carlin guesses is about 8 or 9, has been getting along with the other dogs. On Monday Gladys enjoyed a walk in the sun and rolling in the grass behind the North Street shelter. Continue Reading →
The Health Dept Lab at Greenwich Town Hall offers tick testing. If a tick is found on a person – either dead or alive – it should be removed carefully with a long nosed tweezer. The tick should be placed in a tightly sealed small plastic sandwich bag marked with the date and body site of the bite. The Lab is in the Town Hall basement. Continue Reading →
“he student movement to curb gun violence in this country is heartening and we hope that they will be an inspiration to our elected officials to take more meaningful action to protect students and others across the country.” – Indivisible Greenwich Continue Reading →
Six teachers – Meagan White, Eleanor Ritch, Frank Kovac, Michele Giorlando DeRosa, Lisa Giometti, Karen Ball – were introduced at the April Board of Education meeting. Cynthia Sherwin introduced each teacher and shared some of the comments of their nominators. Continue Reading →