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Lauren Rabin, Republican Hopeful for Selectman: Greenwich is Strong and Getting Stronger

Lauren Rabin, currently a member of the Greenwich Board of Education is seeking the RTC nomination for Selectman. She talked about the role of Selectman, the Town’s need for playing fields, spaces for dogs to run free, funding capital improvements and the possibilities for public-private partnerships. Continue Reading →

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GHS Headmaster, Athletic Director: Parade of Champions Cancelled Due to Busy Schedules

Interim GHS headmaster Richard Piotrzkowski and GHS Athletic Director Gus Lindine said a parade of athletes was not possible because too many students and staff have other commitments, including students’ final exams/study schedules. Continue Reading →

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GHS Parade of Champions is Canceled Due to “Lack of Support”

“It is with extreme disappointment that the Office of the First Selectman announces that it has been informed by the school administration that there was not enough support for such an event to honor the accomplishments of our Greenwich students.” – Statement from office of First Selectman Peter Tesei Continue Reading →

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2019 Distinguished Teachers Honored in Moving Ceremony

“Self reflection is especially difficult when what makes these six individuals amazing is instinctive. They may not even realize they’re doing it. They engage with each and every one of their students in a different way….Your students are going to remember you for their entire lives.” – Peter Bernstein, Chair, Board of Education Continue Reading →

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Coach Kelly Kicks Off Campaign for Selectman at Milbrook Club with Passion

“They talk about how they want to tax the wealthy more. Let’s put them to the challenge and prove it doesn’t have to Bernie Sanders Socialism to get things accomplished. Let’s prove we can work together with those who have and those who have-not to fix things. Ray Dalio says capitalism is broken. Let’s be an example of how it we can work together and fix it. Capitalism works. Socialism is not the route forward. Capitalism works and and what better Town to lead than Greenwich?” – Joe Kelly, Republican candidate for the Board of Selectman Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Hospital and Town of Greenwich Announce Program to Screen Earlier for Breast and Ovarian Cancers

Greenwich Hospital will launch a new physician education program to help all doctors recognize potential early signs of breast and ovarian cancer in an effort to diagnose both diseases much sooner. 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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Possible Citizenship Question Looms over 2020 Census

“The census count is important because we are 48th in terms of federal dollars as far as what we give versus what we get back. We are a donor state. Eleven billion dollars in federal funding is riding on this effort. For each person we under-count we lose $2,900.” – Susan Bysiewicz, CT Lt Governor Continue Reading →

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Republican Selectmen Demur on Investigation of Unauthorized Filming; Democrats Cry “Felony,” “Inside Job”

“Gentlemen, this appears as though it was an inside job. It had to be an inside job. We are sitting here today rapidly approaching 90 days since it was brought to anyone’s attention, giving those involved plenty of time to destroy records and cover up the tracks.” – Tony Turner, DTC Chair Continue Reading →

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