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Joseph Vincent Vittoria, 85

Visitation pending Tuesday, to be posted. A mass of Christian burial will be held at St. Mary’s R.C. Church on Wednesday, Jan 27th at 10:00 a.m., followed by entombment at St. Mary’s Cemetery. Only family and close friends can attend due to the current social distancing requirements. Please contact the family if you wish to attend so that they can control numbers. Continue Reading →

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Indivisible Greenwich: Trumpism is still alive and fermented throughout our society and at all levels of government.

“In Connecticut, Republican state legislators are already opposing early voting and no-excuse absentee legislation arguing that risk of voter fraud outweighs them. Having just gone through the incredibly successful vote-by-mail during Covid-19, that made merely voting easier with no evidence of rampant voter fraud, shame on them.” – Nerlyn Pierson and Joanna Swomley, Co-Founders of Indivisible Greenwich Continue Reading →

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Connecticut Man Charged with Assaulting an Officer during US Capitol Breach

McCaughey can be seen using a clear police riot shield to physically push against the left side of an officer’s body. The officer was pinned between the clear police riot shield being held by McCaughey and the lower west terrace door. The officer appeared to be loudly crying out in pain. Continue Reading →

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Last Day to Buy Beer at Acme is Friday…

The Acme stores in Greenwich at 160 West Putnam Avenue and 1261 E Putnam Ave in Riverside Commons will soon stop selling beer. Signs on the doors to say that effective Saturday, Jan 23 they will no longer sell beer in their Connecticut store locations. The last day to purchase beer will be Friday Jan 22. In the stores, beer is on clearance. Beyond that the stores have marked down the majority of items.

It was back in 2015 that Acme arrived in Greenwich after A&P filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for the second time in three years and ceased operations after 156 years. Continue Reading →

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