Greenwich’s Chief Engineer, Jim Michel said the new Cos Cob Park, located on the water at the former power plant site, is set to open tentatively on March 2, and will be marked with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The Greenwich Police Department is accepting applications for the 2015 Citizen’s Police Academy Spring Session. The 7-week program will commence on Monday, April 27, 2014 and will meet twice a week 6:30-9:00 p.m. at the Greenwich Police Department on Mondays and Wednesdays. One Saturday class will also be held from *8:00am.
Lawrence Herzing pleaded guilty on Thursday to wire fraud. He was recently employed as the controller of Greenwich-based Contrarian Capital Management, L.L.C. On 32 occasions between 2004 and 2013, Herzing used his position to wire $9,202,417.54 from his employer to accounts that he controlled.
On Wednesday night Rich Ernye, who runs the Town’s Dorothy Hamill ice rink, gave a behind the scenes tour to the Parks & Rec board. He explained that the 15-yer-old Zamboni is set to be replaced next year and that recent setbacks with the facility’s compressors – including a replacement that turned out to be a lemon – meant the office and “warming room” were without heat for 11 weeks.
“I could not be any prouder of both our teams. Each team skated beautifully to qualify for the championship round in their respective divisions and then went on to better their performances in their final events. It was a pleasure to watch them skate. They did everything that we set out to do. It was a great weekend for SCSS.” – Head Coach, Gina Valenzano-Gomez Continue Reading →
All four first grade homerooms had a chance to learn about African drumming from Henry Jones of Infinite Roots. Mr. Jones wove in geography and history lessons, while giving all the children a chance to improvise and experiment with all the percussion instruments. And, yes, there is such a thing as a square drum. Continue Reading →
“It is important to note Facebook does not own the content you post on their site, but by signing up you are allowing them to use your content in a non-exclusive fashion. In short this means they have the right to share your posts, photos and such throughout the site unless you otherwise restrict them from doing so in your privacy settings….Recently Facebook has added a friendly, easy-to-access menu with key privacy items for one to review.” – Travis Sluss, Founder, MacInspires Continue Reading →
A warrant for a Port Chester Man stemmed from an incident on earlier this month when an erratic driver was reported to Greenwich Police. The driver, who failed to stop for Greenwich Police prior to entering Port Chester, turned himself in to Greenwich Police this week. Continue Reading →
King Street Nursing Home is now King Street Rehab. But the facility has always been home for the Wilner family of Greenwich – Sheila and Robert and their two daughters Jennifer and Lindsey. The Wilner girls grew up in Greenwich. Jennifer graduated GHS in 1997 and Lindsey followed in 2000. Both recall spending vacations and snow days on King Street, just across the state line in Rye Brook, sharing fond childhood memories of days spent helping fold fresh towels in the laundry room, enjoying delicious smells of filet mignon and lobster in the kitchen and observing the busy switchboard. Continue Reading →
SummerFare Camp Expo is set for Wednesday, Jan. 28, from 6:30-8:30pm in the student center. The event is organized by the GHS PTA. Admission is free and the event is open to the public. Continue Reading →