Fred Camillo

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PHOTOS: Crowds Flock to Opening of Kindness Rocks Garden at Greenwich Town Hall

“I want to say thank you to Steven because this year he has given us something to play for – something a little bit extra. He’s given the community something to come together for,” Marinelli said, adding that for the First Selectman and Parks & Rec and other town departments to come together to make the kindness rocks garden happen. “That speaks volumes about what Steven means to us.” – GHS football coach John Marinelli Continue Reading →

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Kindness Rocks Garden to Blossom at Greenwich Town Hall

The Kindness Rocks Project started with one rock with a painted message left for someone to find. In Greenwich, rocks with the #teamsudell tag have made their way around the world. There will be a ceremony at Greenwich Town Hall to launch a kindness rocks healing garden on Friday, September 7 at 10:30 am. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Schools Convocation Kicks off with Standing Ovation for Ralph Mayo

There was much energy in the air at convocation which was held in the GHS performing arts center on Monday morning. Speakers included Ralph Mayo, Peter Bernstein, student government president Alexander Kosyakov, GEA president Carol Sutton, and CT Teacher of the Year Program Michele Giorlando DeRosa.
The event concluded with a keynote address from motivational speaker, Eric Sheninger Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Celebrates 100th Anniversary of Island Beach in Style

Island Beach’s 100 years in Greenwich’s possession is rich in history. It once had an excellent restaurant and amusement park. Later it had a tower and high dive and popular float to rest and socialize after swimming. It has weathered many storms and now has new bathrooms, dock, plantings and more. Continue Reading →

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Kostin: Stefanowski’s Promise to Abolish CT Income Tax is Dangerous

“In Kansas, Gov. Brownback said an income tax cut would keep businesses and educated residents from decamping to “Houston or Dallas or or Chicago or somewhere else.” (Sound familiar, Connecticut?) What followed wasn’t explosive growth but what is widely regarded as one of the most spectacular failures in the history of real-world supply-side economics.” – Laura Kostin Continue Reading →

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Founder’s Day Features Unveiling of Restored Feake-Ferris House c1645 in Old Greenwich

Wednesday, July 18 was Founder’s Day, a tradition in Greenwich since 1947. To mark the occasion the Feake-Ferris House, c1645, which was restored rather than demolished, was open for tours. The owners, Martin and Anna Waters opened their new home, which is connected to the historic one, for the reception. Continue Reading →

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Reminiscing at the First Annual Boys & Girls Club Alumni Reunion

Boys & Girls Club alumni spanning the decades congregated on the lush fields of Camp Simmons on Friday night for the first annual alumni reunion. With the swimming pool sparkling in the background, and the tantalizing aromas of Chef Jeff’s pulled pork wafting over the picnic tables, alumni swapped stories dating back to the 1930s. Continue Reading →

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