Rachel Khanna

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The Cubhouse in Greenwich: A Unique Retail and Play Space for Children in the Heart of Downtown

On Saturday The Cubhouse, a children’s retail and play space, held a ribbon cutting at its downtown location at 31 East Elm Street. Christine Han-Rutledge has created a retail space that prioritizes sustainable, earth-friendly and non-toxic materials. She will also offer high quality classes including baby & kids yoga, language enrichment and socialization classes, tummy time and milestone classes, art sensory classes and more. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich State Reps Proud to Announce CT DOT Approval of Glenville Corridor Project

“I’m impressed by the tireless work from Representative Rachel Khanna; she recognized the needs of her constituents. She put a spotlight back on a project that had stalled and our town residents will be better off because of her effort.” – Steve Meskers Continue Reading →

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PHOTOS: Greenwich Police Sergeant Jason Lyman Recognized for Saving a Civilian’s Life While Off Duty

“It’s not too often we get to see somebody that we saved looking like he was ready to run a marathon. It’s a breath of fresh air. We see a lot of things in our jobs that we’d like to unsee. This is one of those incredible moments we should bottle up and save forever.” – GPD Lt Schmitt who is president of the Greenwich Silver Shield Association Continue Reading →

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Riverside Forum: DOT to Repave in April with New “Quiet Pavement,” Vows Collaborative Process for I-95 PEL Study

A packed Riverside Association forum at St. Paul’s Church on Thursday featured representatives from the Connecticut Dept of Transportation. Residents peppered the panel with questions and shared concerns about living along I-95 in Greenwich. The context was the scheduled April repaving of I-95 in Greenwich using new quiet pavement technology. Panelists said they were well aware of how Greenwich values noise reduction on I-95. Continue Reading →

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