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Greenwich Chef Battles Rare Meat Allergy… Due To Tick Bite

Greenwich resident Maura Paris stumped doctors nine years ago when after a life threatening allergy she did not test positive for any known food allergies. It wasn’t until after several severe reactions that one doctor finally diagnosed her condition as one that involves a tiny tick and eating red meat. Continue Reading →

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Behind the Scenes of the Greenwich High School Theater Program

People mainly focus on whatever’s on stage during a Greenwich High School performance. However, every single production would fall to pieces without the stage crew and tech director, Scott Borowka. What seems like simple tweaks and changes in lighting and set are actually well-thought and significant pieces to each Greenwich High School show. Continue Reading →

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Back Country Real Estate Talk Packs Round Hill Community Center

Panelists said back country houses continue to sell though prices have come down. Westchester sellers continue to buy in Greenwich where property taxes are significantly lower. Young families continue to move to back country for the same reasons as always: affordable taxes, great schools, privacy, and country living. Continue Reading →

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Mason Outlines Plans for Greenwich at Campaign Kick Off

“I believe I have professional experience. I believe I have the Town government experience. And I have the established relationships with all leaders in Town. I want to use those relationships immediately to continue to develop an economic plan for the Town….I’ve been in training for this position for three decades.” – Michael Mason, Republican Candidate for First Selectman Continue Reading →

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Making it Easier to Age in Place in Greenwich: It’s all in the planning.

Steven Katz, vice chair of Greenwich’s Commission on Aging and founder of Sterling Care in Greenwich, talks about assisted living and aging in place in Greenwich, where in fact there are no assisted living facilities.
A recent survey of residents 45+ revealed people want to retire here but many anticipate moving out of town.
“Moving to Stamford is not aging in place,” Katz said. Continue Reading →

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