First Selectman Peter Tesei described the intersection of Sheephill and East Putnam Ave as wicked in its configuration and impact. He was but one in a chorus of residents to speak in opposition of a proposed mixed use building with parking for 138 cars, 17 one-bedroom units, 8 stores and office space.
The new location will still hold all of the traditional activities the town has come to appreciate about the event to include gingerbread workshops, photos with Santa, Santa’s breakfast, and children’s entertainment.
Julian Fraser, a 2014 graduate of Greenwich High School, passed away in February after a battle against osteosarcoma. His friends and family swam to honor him at this year’s Swim Across America open water swim. Collectively, the team raised over $82,000.
“This this Senate bill removes virtually all the protections that were added through the ACA’s inclusion of essential services. It is a con job being foistered upon the American people, the vast majority of whom do not understand either the complex critical difference between access to insurance and access to actual essential care services that can and do sustain life.” – Stephanie Paulmeno, MS, RN, NHA, CPH, CCM, CDP Continue Reading →
Tips include changing the water in birdbaths and plant pots or drip trays at least once each week, and keeping grass cut short and shrubbery well trimmed around the house so adult mosquitoes cannot hide there. Continue Reading →
Public Open House, Saturday, July 1, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm. “Black Beauty,” a modern farmhouse made of stone, clapboard and galvanized metal, is set on nearly 2.5 bucolic acres in Stallion Trails, a gated community. Continue Reading →