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.
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.
GHS grad and Middlebury College freshman, Laura Rivera-Martinez, said, “Knowing how to speak, write, and read in English was not only a necessity living in this country, but a gift that has opened the doors of opportunity for me.” 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 →
Having collected a whopping 2,493 pairs of socks in October, Jackson needed to borrow a wheelbarrow to move all the socks from his parents’ car to the elevator inside Inspirica’s building at 141 Franklin Street. Continue Reading →
“Running for Town Clerk was a most fulfilling experience because I met so many of you along the way. Whether from knocking on your door or out at an event, it was my honor and privilege and I’m grateful you took the time to speak with me.” – Molly Saleeby Continue Reading →
A proposal for a 20 unit apartment building at 1205 East Putnam Ave, next to McDonald’s in Riverside went before the Planning & Zoning commission. It came in as a 6-110 proposal for workforce housing before a moratorium was implemented. P&Z had concerns including the building’s bulk, massing, proposed .9 FAR, and traffic. Continue Reading →
“There’s going to be some kind of investigation,” Lt Slusarz said on Thursday, adding that police, fire and school administration have separate jurisdictions, but will work together. Continue Reading →