Janet Stone McGuigan

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Greenwich Launches “Suicide Postvention Response Team” after Doubling of Anxiety and Depression in SW Connecticut

Commissioner of Human Services Demetria Nelson said that data from The Hub: Behavioral Health Action Organization for Southwest Connecticut informs us that 41% of adults reported suffering from one or both anxiety and depression, a statistic that doubled compared to prior to the pandemic. Continue Reading →

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Stone McGuigan: Support Affordable Housing in Greenwich

On Tuesday, May 10, the Planning and Zoning Board will hold a public hearing on its proposed Affordable Housing Plan (AHP), which will then come before the Board of Selectmen (BOS) at its meeting on Thursday, May 12, and once approved, before the Representative Town Meeting (RTM) at its June meeting.   Continue Reading →

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High School Students Honored at YWCA Greenwich’s 15th Stand Against Racism

“One reason racism remains powerful is it is embedded in our culture and social institutions and upheld each and every time we fail to see it fail, fail to acknowledge it, fail to disrupt it or fail to be anti-racist. My hope today is the the Stand Against Racism is more than a moment in time, more than a photo.” – Erin Crosby, Director of Women’s Empowerment & Racial Justice, YWCA Greenwich Continue Reading →

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Selectmen Vote 2-1 on Naming Rights Policy

Camillo said the policy could be revisited after a couple years. “Especially as we’re going to be looking at a new skating rink and we’ll be looking for significant contributions there. It’s critical that we get something in place…and then see if we have to adjust it.” Continue Reading →

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Family Owned, Cups N’ Cones, Marks Grand Opening with a Crowd and Ribbon Cutting

A crowd featuring a number of middle schoolers screamed for ice cream on Saturday. The 11:00am ribbon cutting and grand opening of Cups N’ Cones in the former Rosie’s in Old Greenwich drew over 100 people waited anxiously for the store doors to open. Continue Reading →

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Selectmen Vote for Outdoor Dining to Return April 15, and End the Monday Prior to Thanksgiving

Last year, the town brought in $32,275 in fees from 20 restaurants. Branyan said the average fee, which paid for three parking spaces and 46 linear ft of barriers, was $1,617 in 2021. This year it will be, on average, $5,202. Continue Reading →

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