Greenwich Jiu-Jitsu Academy will open on Valley Road in Cos Cob in October. Classes are coed and are offered to adults and children. Beginners are welcome. This week, instructors Jeff Morris and Joe Darula grappled on the mats, along with their friend Matt Criscuolo.
Rick and Cindy Kral, owners of Greenwich Water Club on River Road, purchased the Cos Cob Inn in the 1990s. With blessing from the Historic District Commission and the Planning & Zoning Commission they will restore the original estate and add squash courts to the rear of the double lot. This weekend they are holding a MASSIVE ESTATE SALE with bountiful furniture and antiques priced to move!
Thank you to everyone who submitted a poem incorporating 5 of 14 local restaurants and eateries participating. Judges are Mike Pietrafeso of Ada’s Coffee & Kitchen, Rui Correia from Douro, Debra Ponzek from Aux Delices and Nadia Ramsey from Meli-Melo selected a winner.
Disasters can be anything from having a fire in your kitchen to a flash flood sweeping away your belongings. In both of these situations your family needs a plan of action to prevent anyone from being hurt and from being caught off guard financially. National Preparedness Month is sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency within the Department of Homeland Security. Continue Reading →
“For the past eighteen years State Representative Livvy Floren has cast votes in Hartford in favor of fiscal prudence.” – Nancy B. Burke, Budget Overview Committee, Greenwich RTM – Representative Town Meeting Continue Reading →
A full schedule of activities is planned from 1:00-4:00pm with troop camping overnight. The Camporee will begin with a flag ceremony, followed by stations spread throughout the camp including edible fire building, letterboxing, crafts, outdoor cooking, fishing, a bouldering wall, archery and S’mores. True to any Girl Scout event, the day will conclude with a flag ceremony, singalong, SWAPS, and campfire. Continue Reading →
Last year this Greenwich tradition brought in over 5,000 pet lovers. On Sept 16, there will be dog demonstrations, food trucks, vendors, competitions to enter your dog in, adoptable dogs, a silent auction and so much more. Order your tickets today. Continue Reading →
Alan Pesce was the winning pitcher for G-Ville Deli, which went undefeated in the double elimination tournament. Both G-Ville Deli and Corbo’s Corner Deli defeated the defending champion, The Hateables, during the tournament. Continue Reading →
Development of properties at 581 and 585 West Putnam Ave was discussed well past midnight at Planning & Zoning Tuesday night. The proposal includes excavation of more than 20 feet of ledge over an area exceeding an acre.
That is about 31,000 cubic yards of material. Extensive blasting could last for a prolonged period of time. Continue Reading →