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Greenwich Together Issues Statement against Racism

“We stand ready to do the work to end injustice and systemic racism in our country and community. We are committed to challenging ourselves to understand and correct any inequities we may discover as we collaborate to improve the health of our entire community and gain a better understanding of ourselves and each other. We are committed to speaking up and acting together to end the violence and mistreatment of all ethnic and religious minorities so that all people, particularly our youth, have healthy futures.” – Greenwich Together Continue Reading →

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First Week at Boy Scout Camp Seton Ends with Annual Greenwich Police and Fire Visit

Camp Seton is part of the Greenwich Council Scouting program that offers outdoor activities to boy scouts and cub scouts. At the culmination of the cub scouts’ first week of camp, the Greenwich Fire Department, GEMS, and the Greenwich Police Department visited the cubs to teach them about Greenwich’s emergency services.
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Trio Promoted at Greenwich Police Dept. Congratulations Captain Gray, Lieutenant Rodriguez and Sergeant Colbree

There was a joyous celebration at Greenwich Police Headquarters on Thursday night, with the promotion of Captain Kraig Gray, Lieutenant John Rodriguez and Sergeant David Colbree. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Police Assist Investigation of Couple Who Re-Sold Fraudulent Prescriptions for Oxycodone for Profit

Deirdre M. Daly, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut - Greenwich Free Press

According to allegations made in court, between approximately January 2005 and July 2016, Harry and Sandra Duren obtained prescriptions for medications containing oxycodone from doctors in Connecticut Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Police to Display “Thank a Cop” Banner Signed by Hundred As a Reminder of Residents’ Gratitude

In addition to delivering a banner signed by hundreds of Greenwich residents during Joey B’s “Thank a Cop Day” on Tuesday, Domenick Delfino presented the Police Chief’s Scholarship funds with $1,300 that reflected donations from residents during the event. Though not a fundraiser, there was a small jar for donations to the fund, so the $1,300 was a happy surprise. Continue Reading →

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