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Special Committee to Evaluate Options for Future Use of Historic Havemeyer Building

The building features a theater with a proscenium just wasting away. A drop ceiling was installed in the disused theater to house the building’s HVAC systems. The proscenium arch over the original stage has a Latin inscription which roughly translates to, ‘For the Community and Its People.’ Continue Reading →

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A Team Effort: Officials Promote Assistance Programs in Forum on Rising Heating Costs

As residents anticipate record high energy costs this winter, a forum organized by First Selectman Fred Camillo on Wednesday highlighted assistance programs. A week earlier, Eversource announced that on average, a residential electric customer could see an increase of approximately 48% over their current monthly bill, or approximately $85 per month. Continue Reading →

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Riverside School Ceremony Honors Local Veterans, Past and Present

On Friday, November 11, 2022, Riverside School hosted its annual Veterans Day Ceremony to honor service men and women, both past and present. An annual tradition for the past 22 years, the school held an outdoor event on the front lawn attended by community officials, local veterans, Riverside School students, parents, and staff. The ceremony kicked off at 9:00am with opening remarks from Principal Christopher Weiss followed by the raising of the flag. Veteran James Harper, a Riverside School parent. Nov 11, 2022 Contributed photo

First Selectman Fred Camillo addressed the crowd at Riverside School while principal Christopher Weiss looks on. Continue Reading →

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GHS Innovation Lab Students Pepper First Selectman with Questions During Town Hall Visit

Innovation Lab students took a CT Transit bus on Tuesday to Greenwich town hall as one stop on what their teacher Michael Belanger describe as 5 Must See places for Greenwich High School students. The students were greeted by First Selectman Fred Camillo ready to give them a tour. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Community Unites at ‘Better Tomorrow’ Vigil at Arch Street Teen Center

“Teens often feel intense pressure as we try to balance our academic pursuits, our extracurricular activities and our social lives. As all of us in our community chase success, we often find that doing so may come at the expense of our own happiness and well being.” – Tomas Jasson Continue Reading →

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“Check Your Unconscious Biases about Veterans” – Female Colonel USAF Commander

“As a woman who has served 27 years in the Air Force, I am often mistaken for the civilian spouse of my military husband. Unconscious biases – we assume that men are service members.” – USAF Commander, Col Amanda Evans Continue Reading →

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