Scott Frantz

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Letter: Paid Family Leave Would Make CT More Appealing and Competitive

“Reviewed this year by the Finance and Labor Committees SB-01/HB5387 The Paid Family Leave Act is a key piece of legislation that will make Connecticut more appealing and competitive. We are currently the outlier; all our neighboring states already have versions of state wide paid leave in place.” – Lorelei O’Hagan Continue Reading →

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US Senator Richard Blumenthal to Officiate Ribbon Cutting of Greenwich Historical Society’s New Campus

On opening weekend, October 6-7, admission will be free. The site will be open 12:00-4:00pm, and all are welcome. Following the ribbon cutting at 12:30, guests will enjoy live music, children’s activities, and family-friendly tours of Bush-Holley House every 30 minutes. Culinary treats from food trucks as well as beer and wine will both be for sale. Continue Reading →

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Bergstein: I’m Proud to be a Democrat

Alexandra Bergstein

“I no longer recognize the Connecticut Republican Party. Trump’s vision for America has already made its way into our state. The Republican candidate for Governor gave Trump’s job performance an “A” and Republicans up and down the ballot have not distanced themselves from the President’s words or deeds.” – Alex Bergstein, Democratic Candidate for State Senate, 36th District Continue Reading →

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PHOTOS: Crowds Flock to Opening of Kindness Rocks Garden at Greenwich Town Hall

“I want to say thank you to Steven because this year he has given us something to play for – something a little bit extra. He’s given the community something to come together for,” Marinelli said, adding that for the First Selectman and Parks & Rec and other town departments to come together to make the kindness rocks garden happen. “That speaks volumes about what Steven means to us.” – GHS football coach John Marinelli 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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