James Heavey

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PHOTOS: Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich Thanksgiving Feast for 300 is One Big Family

Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich Board of Directors, Alumni, and Greenwich First Responders love participating in this holiday to serve Club members. Some servers, such as Club alumni Police Chief Jim Heavey and First Selectman Fred Camillo, have made it a tradition to serve the children as they were served as members. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Police Chief Warns Against Consequences of Legalizing Marijuana for Recreational Use

“The research and studies from states that have legalized marijuana for recreational use are clear and abundant. The negative effects to community members, especially our youth, far outweigh the ‘positive’ effects of expanding the availability of currently illegal intoxicants.” – Greenwich Police Dept Chief, James Heavey Continue Reading →

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Fired Police Captain Sues Greenwich, Multiple Individuals including First Selectman

The complaint alleges the Town retaliated against Captain Kordick for exercising his constitutionally protect right to off-duty political speech and alleges Fred Camillo, Jack Kriskey, Rich DiPreta and Peter Tesei interfered with his employment with the Town by revealing his identity to his employer, Greenwich Police Dept, after working in concert to obtain Kordick’s receipt from a sign store in Texas through deceit. Continue Reading →

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PHOTOS: Memorial Day Marked with Series of Poignant Wreath Ceremonies in Greenwich

This year, in response to efforts to slow the Covid-19 pandemic, large gatherings including the annual Memorial Day parade in Old Greenwich, were canceled. Instead, residents were invited to attend wreath laying ceremonies and maintain social distancing. Continue Reading →

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Possible Ice Rink on Tennis Court, Egress Road at GHS Discussed at Special BOE Meeting on Cardinal Stadium

The special Cardinal Field committee agreed unanimously on a design, but Architect Russ Davidson split it into two phases because he said there are elements that require Wetlands Review that could slow down the whole project. Others disagreed. Continue Reading →

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