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Greenwich Student Diversity Leadership Conference Open to All High School Students in Town

Greenwich Student Diversity Leadership Conference is open to all high school students in Greenwich, both public and private. Conversations will be led by trained student facilitators, who are high school juniors and seniors who have prior experience with diversity conferences and clubs. Online registration will be open from December 17 to January 17. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Man Charged in Connection with Missing 13-Year-Old Girl, Faces Narcotics Charges

A man was located in a car a short distance from a missing girl’s residence. While speaking with him, police detected the odor of raw Marijuana in his car. Police say that within the car was a backpack containing a shopping bag with 16 THC vial cartridges and three brass knuckles. Also, they said the vial cartridges with vape inhalers attached. Continue Reading →

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Captain Mark Turner Shares Moving Words at Greenwich’s Pearl Harbor Day Remembrance

“Today we honor and remember how an entire generation recalled the last few moments of peace, the horrors of war, and the faces of fallen friends and warriors. – from Captain Mark Turner’s Keynote Speech on the 77th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor. Continue Reading →

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Andrew Schmidt Read Aloud Apology at Sentencing in 2016 Hit-and-Run Fatality

Andrew Schmidt. Dec 11, 2017 Photo courtesy Greenwich Police Dept

A moving statement from the child of Edward Setterberg, who was killed in a hit and run by Andrew Schmidt, was read aloud. Later, Andrew Schmidt pulled a piece of folded paper from his pocket and, in a monotone voice, read aloud an apology. Andrew’s father spoke of his divorce and his ex wife’s “parental alienation scheme.” Continue Reading →

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