It’s been three years since the morning Greenwich residents woke up to discover the red and white Trump/Camillo lawn signs. A lawsuit has wended its way through court, but on Tuesday Judge Krumeich issued a memorandum of decision on a claim for summary judgement by defendants.
For the first time in Turkey Trot history, two Greenwich elementary schools shared top honors in the Alliance’s “Run For Your School Competition” – Julian Curtiss for the highest percentage of participants from its student body and North Mianus School for the highest total number of registrants.
The holiday season arrives in Byram on Saturday, December 3 from 4 to 6:00pm when the Friends of the Byram Shubert Library welcome the community to their free Annual Holiday Tree Lighting Celebration at the library, 21 Mead Avenue in Byram. Continue Reading →
On Thursday the 8-member BOE held their budget meeting at Cos Cob School. The meeting presented a second chance for the board to vote on a new chair since the Nov 16 vote resulted in a 4-4 tie vote down party lines between Democrat Christina Downey and Republican Joe Kelly. Continue Reading →
Around 70 of the students are orphans who live on campus, with another 250 children living in neighboring villages. Danita’s School was chosen because a few families from the Riverside area volunteer at the orphanage and witnessed how apparent the need was there. Continue Reading →
The community is invited to join the Battle of the Badges blood drive by donating blood on Saturday, December 3 from 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at Greenwich Public Safety Complex, 11 Bruce Place. Continue Reading →
The Scholarship Fund is entirely supported through donations from local businesses, community service organizations, corporations, and individuals, and 100% of the contributions to this Fund go directly to support scholarships for Greenwich’s youth. Continue Reading →