“In three hours from the time of the lock down until students were dismissed from school, we took all of the steps necessary to ensure that our students were safe. Given a high school of our size, in physical plant and in student body, that is an admirable achievement.” – Sal Corda
The shingle style home at 85 Indian Head Road was built in 2016 in the coveted seaside community of Riverside. The house features a bluestone covered front porch, five bedrooms, six full baths, two powder rooms and three fireplaces.
At about 4:00pm, Greenwich Police announced that the lock down is over. Greenwich Schools sent email saying after-school activities cancelled at GHS; EXCEPT for the Choral Concert, which will proceed as scheduled. Also, Continuing Education classes will proceed as scheduled.
The YWCA Greenwich gymnastics program received a generous gift from the Emily Catherine Fedorko Foundation. The Foundation, created by Pam and Joe Fedorko in honor of their daughter Emily, provided a grant for a new, state-of-the-art spring floor to support the gymnastics tumbling mat. Continue Reading →
To honor Ann’s life, family and friends will gather on Wednesday from 4-8pm at Coxe & Graziano Funeral Home 134 Hamilton Avenue Greenwich, 203-869-5968. Funeral Mass Thursday 10:00am at St. Paul’s R.C. Church in Greenwich, CT followed by interment at ST. Mary’s Cemetery. Continue Reading →
The Cos Cob Fire Police Patrol, Inc., “The Patrol,” will celebrate their 90th anniversary and the achievements of its Members, and their service to the Greenwich community, since its founding in 1927. Their annual fundraiser will be held on Saturday, April 1, 2017 at Greenwich Country Day School. Paul B. Hicks III, former Town of Greenwich Selectman and recipient of the 2016 Chief’s Award for Outstanding Service, will serve as the evenings emcee. Fun Night for an Important Cause
The benefit event is expected to draw hundreds of dignitaries and guests from Greenwich and the surrounding towns. OnTheMarc Catering will provide a scrumptious menu to satisfy all appetites. Guests will be treated to a full open bar and a fine selection of wine and beer, while dancing the night away to the sounds of popular local band, The Short Bus. A silent auction, featuring several one-of- a-kind items and experiences, will further excite the crowd. Protecting the Residents of Greenwich
The Cos Cob Fire Police Patrol, Inc. is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the citizens of the Town of Greenwich. Continue Reading →