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Kick Off the Holiday Spirit with the 2nd Annual Ornament Concert at First Church

Last year, First Church introduced Ornament, a Trans-Siberian Orchestra tribute band, to Old Greenwich. The concert was so popular that First Church is welcoming the orchestra back to town for another exciting performance on Saturday, November 30. This year, the concert will take place in the recently renovated Meetinghouse. As part of the renovations, all of the lighting, sound, and seating were replaced and upgraded to the highest professional standards. In addition to the space being the perfect setting for this concert, members of the First Congregational Church Youth Choir and the Children’s Choir will perform with Ornament on several pieces. Continue Reading →

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Weeks Marine Inc to Present Proposal for Commercial Barge Mooring in Stamford Waters Near Greenwich

At a May meeting in Stamford there were numerous objections from residents to a proposed commercial mooring in the waters of Stamford Harbor south of the Stamford Breakwater, on both environmental grounds and concerns for safety of small craft. Continue Reading →

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HOUSE OF THE WEEK: Vintage Charmer, Walking Distance to Village of Old Greenwich

11 Fairfield Avenue, located in the coveted seaside community of Old Greenwich, is situated on a quiet cul-de-sac with destination only traffic.It is a short walk to the train station and village. Open house dates: Saturday, Aug 25 or Sunday Aug 26, 1:00 to 3:00pm. Continue Reading →

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Founder’s Day Features Unveiling of Restored Feake-Ferris House c1645 in Old Greenwich

Wednesday, July 18 was Founder’s Day, a tradition in Greenwich since 1947. To mark the occasion the Feake-Ferris House, c1645, which was restored rather than demolished, was open for tours. The owners, Martin and Anna Waters opened their new home, which is connected to the historic one, for the reception. Continue Reading →

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P&Z Pushes Back on DPW Bridge/Rotary Project on Sound Beach Ave

Jim Michel said the State has set aside $3.8 million in funding, though the current estimate is $4.9 million. “They said they’d honor and bring the funding up to $4.9 million when we submit the final design plans,” he said. One resident warned that the only place where there is free cheese is in a mouse trap. Continue Reading →

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