Nicola Traynor

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The College Transition: One Greenwich Teen Reflects on Perpetual Chaos and Being Facebook Friends With Her Cat

Nicola Traynor graduated from Greenwich High School in the spring of 2014, and recently began school at Northwestern University where she is focused in the Medill School of Journalism, Media, and Integrated Marketing Communications. Here she reflects on starting school in a new place, and the challenges, excitements, and humorous moments that come along with it. Continue Reading →

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Avon Theatre Offering Must-See Summer Lineup

 

This truly is a golden summer for local independent film fans.  Not only is it a great time for indie releases, but local independent film center The Avon Theatre in Stamford is also celebrating its 75th anniversary this August.  This anniversary marks the better part of a century dedicated to bringing all kinds of films to our area and celebrating the beauty of film. The Avon was founded in 1939, a year often referred to as the greatest year in the history of Hollywood.  The height of the Golden Age, this year saw the release of such classic films as The Wizard of Oz, Gone with the Wind, Of Mice and Men, Wuthering Heights, and The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Continue Reading →

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Nathaniel Witherell Takes Big Step Forward

Monday marked the unveiling of what is just the first success in plans to renovate The Nathaniel Witherell Short-Term Rehab and Skilled Nursing Center, owned by the town of Greenwich. The new rehabilitation center is part of Project Renew, a plan to modernize and refurbish the facility that has been a part of our community for over a century. Continue Reading →

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One Extraordinary Chicken: Watch Ricky Ride!

Ricky, one of 30 chicks brought in last July, was just another chicken in the coop until one day Kathy discovered her unable to walk. During this time, Kathy and John brought Ricky into their house to watch over her. When Ricky finally began walking again after a few weeks of treatment, it was too late. She was already part of the family. Continue Reading →

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