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Town Opens RFP for Redevelopment of Roger Sherman Baldwin Park

Greenwich is looking for a licensed design firm to create a new vision for Roger Sherman Baldwin Park, which extends into Greenwich Harbor and is surrounded by water on three sides. It serves as the Town’s public open space and hosts many annual events that draw thousands. Continue Reading →

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First Selectman’s Proposed 20-21 Budget: What’s Cut? What’s Funded?

Cuts include police directing traffic on Greenwich Avenue. New would be “Pay As You Throw” at the dump. Residents would not have to pay to to recycle, but would be required to purchase special bags for their trash at local retailers. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Concours d’Elegance Acquired by Hagerty

Northeast’s premier ‘Competition of Elegance’ the Concours d’Elegance is Hagerty’s latest investment in connecting car lovers to cool events. n addition to the event’s traditional features, Hagerty expects to add “hands on the wheel” opportunities for show-goers, including its popular “Ride & Drives” that put people behind the wheel and in the passenger seat of cool, older cars, and its Hagerty Driving Experience, which teaches drivers 15- to 25-years-old the dying art of operating a stick shift. Continue Reading →

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2019 Greenwich Wine + Food Festival Announces Music Headliner “Little Big Town”

Chef Appearances will include Valerie Bertinelli, Geoffrey and Margaret Zakarian, Marc Murphy, David Burtka and Mary Giuliani. The 8th Annual Burger Battle will return with David Burtka as this year’s host, as will the 5th Annual Top Bartender Showdown, providing friendly competitions between area restaurants. Additional events include The Tailgate Party and South of the Border Fiesta. Continue Reading →

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Residents Share Putnam Ave and Greenwich Ave Likes and Dislikes at POCD Workshop

Themes emerged at Thursday’s POCD workshop where stations were set up to focus on different parts of Putnam Avenue and Greenwich Avenue. Residents looked at maps and then put post-in notes on easels under “likes” or “dislikes.” Continue Reading →

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