This Thursday night, July 19 at 7:00pm in the meeting room at town hall, residents will have a chance to give input for the vision of the future of Greenwich, including what improvements the town should focus on. The 2019 POCD will shape how the town changes over the next 10 years.
Greenwich Police responded to Saks Fifth Avenue Shoe Store on East Elm Street on a report of a suspicious package. The package contained 5.07 lbs of marijuana with an estimated street value of about $30,000.
On July 9 Greenwich Police checking on the parking lot of 50 Chestnut Street, which is currently home to Decorative Crafts, spotted five people hanging around a car parked next to the building. Continue Reading →
“Frantz, Bocchino, Camillo, and Floren are only too eager to hand business owners a tax exemption gift, while increasing the burden of taxation on individuals in the state who are forced to make up the difference.” – Sean Goldrick Continue Reading →
The Arch Street Collective was created to showcase local bands at the teen center. In June it moved to the Old Greenwich Social Club. This Sunday, July 15, the lineup will feature Erik Rabasca of Light Warriors, Southwind Social Club, Jeffrey Velez, J and The B-Sides, Charlie Happylife and more. Continue Reading →
A steady stream of commuters and workers at local businesses stopped in at McDonald’s on West Putnam Avenue where Greenwich Police reprised their popular Coffee with a Cop event on Wednesday morning. Continue Reading →
Off-Beat Players have outgrown space at the Arch Street Teen Center. This summer the group’s production of Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach will run August 2 & 3 at 7:30pm and August 4 at 5:30pm. Continue Reading →
Greenwich High School history teacher Michael Belanger published his debut novel, The History of Jane Doe. Students, friends, and family attended his book launch at the Barnes & Noble in Stamford. Continue Reading →