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GHS Students Raise Awareness of Human Trafficking, One Dog Collar at a Time

On Saturday, outside Hoagland’s on Greenwich Avenue, Grace Sunoo and Rina Landberg shared information about sex trafficking and promoted products made by its victims – all with the goal of helping women escape sex trafficking and have productive, safe lives. Continue Reading →

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Sam Bridge Neighbor to P&Z: I’m not a reindeer hater. I object to a month-long carnival.

A neighbor of Sam Bridge Nursery and Greenhouses objected to what he called a month-long carnival, referring to the reindeer festival which runs over four weeks and includes a generator to power two amusement rides: a train and carousel. He also had concerns about traffic and property values. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Tree Conservancy Benefit Reimagines McArdle’s as a Tree House

In less than ten years, Greenwich has lost about 3,000 of its trees. Residents are too familiar with the sight of massive trees falling across roads and power lines during storms and hurricanes. At a benefit at McArdle’s on Friday, the Greenwich Tree Conservancy reaffirmed its commitment to replace lost trees. Just in the past year they’ve planted about 500 trees, and have planted about 2,500 to date. Continue Reading →

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This Corgi-Hound Mix Could Be Your ‘Buddy’

Check out sweet boy “Buddy,” a 5-year-old Hound-Corgi mix who is calm as can be, if not a tad shy. He won over the hearts of a dozen Eastern Middle School 8th graders at Pet Pantry recently. There is also a fundraiser next week for Adopt-A-Dog at McArdle’s that promises “photo-bomb fun!” See you at “Barks and Blooms.” Continue Reading →

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