On Friday children at St. Paul’s Day School in Riverside celebrated Winter Festival 2019, a tradition started 12 years ago. The nursery school, owned and operated by St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, non-sectarian and open to all, aims to make learning fun.
“We hope that other neighborhood associations – and neighbors – will contact us to identify sites where trees on public lands, eg, roadsides or park areas, would be welcome.” – Cheryl Dunson, Greenwich Tree Conservancy
“He is expert in locating and identifying trace evidence that could be relevant to a particular crime. Trace evidence could be anything that requires a close detailed look. It could be fibers. It could be hairs. It could be DNA from the inside of a hat, or a cigarette butt.” – Lt John Slusarz
David Fraszka, the newly hired Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, will plan for public health emergencies in the Town of Greenwich. He was hired under a limited financial federal grant. The Board of Health say he is a talented candidate that has been cross trained in other emergency disciplines. Continue Reading →
Enforcement has been uncomplicated, rarely taking more than a phone call for businesses to comply with the program. “People shouldn’t hesitate to report non-compliance. There is no heavy-handed consequence needed – only education.” Continue Reading →
Volunteer members of the Greenwich Fire Department work along the Career Firefighters as a team in mitigating emergency fire calls. You will be taught the skills both in house and outside of the department in order to operate safely. Continue Reading →
Election 2019 is set for November 5, when Greenwich voters will be electing candidates to run important Town functions. For the first time in almost 15 years, there will not be an incumbent First Selectman candidate. Continue Reading →