The good news for fans of Safe Rides is that Saturday night’s fundraiser at 49 Byfield Lane, a new construction from Silver Properties, was a hit.
“We succeeded in raising $30,000,” said Peter Negrea, a GHS grad now a freshman at Fordham University, who organized the event with current Safe Rides President Julia Moch (GHS senior), and Chad Silver (Hobart class of 2019.) Continue Reading →
“Thanks for your past service, John, and thank you for deciding to continue that service on behalf of us all here in our town.” – Fred CAmillo Continue Reading →
Livvy Floren, Fred Camillo, Mike Bocchino and Scott Frantz all reported that they remain optimistic about state funding for a new New Lebanon School after meeting on Wednesday with Benjamin Barnes, who is Gov. Malloy’s budget chief. Continue Reading →
All Three Members of the Delegation Will Assume Leadership Roles in 2017. Continue Reading →
Monday’s legislative breakfast at UConn Stamford held by Communities 4 Action featured members from New Canaan, Darien, Stamford and Greenwich. Mayor Martin who lost his wife to cancer recently, said, IIf you think extra strength Tylenol is going to end cancer pain, then you’re confused. She was taking narcotics. She took less than what she was prescribed. But without it her pain and lack of joy would have been very difficult in her last couple of months.” Continue Reading →
On Wednesday a longtime member of the Greenwich business community was honored for hosting an annual Veterans Day breakfast before the Community Walk for Veterans since its inception four years ago.
Susan Della Ragione has operated Pasta Vera for 30 years, starting at a location where Whole Foods currently operates. Continue Reading →
“Fred kicked-off his campaign in Greenwich this September with Donald Trump’s son, Eric, and publicly stated that he planned on voting for Trump even in the aftermath of the Access Hollywood tape. He then spent the rest of his campaign arguing that his support for Trump had no relevance to the race. That was a political calculation by Fred, and I was not prepared to let that tactic go unnoticed.” – Dita Bhargava Continue Reading →
To the editor… To the good people of the 151st District….THANK YOU for once again allowing me the opportunity to represent you at the State Capitol in Hartford. It has been an honor these past eight years to be your voice in the Connecticut General Assembly. I am looking forward to starting my new term in January, and as always, updating all on what is happening at the seat of state government. I will also continue to work on legislation that I believe will prove beneficial to you as well as to the rest of the residents of our great state. Continue Reading →
The presidential election of 2016 was marked by high voter turnout in Greenwich. By 7:41 pm, 29,943 voters voted out of 37,190 eligible voters in Greenwich had voted.
• That represents a turnout of 80.29% Continue Reading →
Dita Bhargava, who is of Indian descent, received one of her campaign postcards returned in the mail this week. The sender drew a mustache on Ms. Bhargava’s face and signed off, “Go Trumph!” Continue Reading →