The Goggins family of Greenewich adopted Sassy from North Shore Animal League America in Port Washington, NY years ago. This July they returned to the no-kill operation that rescues from the NY metro area, as well as puppy mills, international dogs, and dogs from southern states.
At Thursday’s Board of Selectmen meeting, Harvest Time Assembly of God on King Street celebrated the groundbreaking for phase two of their construction, which includes construction of a 1,000- person capacity fellowship hall.
“Those who knew Emily know she was a young girl full of joy, full of life, vibrancy and we have to build forward in Emily’s memory.” – Greenwich Public School Superintendent William McKersie Continue Reading →
Don’t miss this year’s Wine + Food Festival. You’ll find all your Greenwich faves including Char, Little Pub, Cos Cobber, Morello, Gingerman, Versailles and even Wendy of Wendy’s Weenies! Here is a comprehensive list of 100+ restaurants and vendors participating in the Culinvary Village. It’s not too late to enter our photo contest to win two FREE tickets for Sat. Sept. 27. Continue Reading →
“If you’re looking for an easy dinner menu item then look no further. This dish is super easy to make and everyone will swear that you spent all day in the kitchen.” Victoria Hart Glavin of Tiny New York Kitchen Continue Reading →
There is a mix of camaraderie, sleep, card-playing and pizza eating on Greenwich Ave, where hundreds plan to wait in line all night for the Apple Store to open and sell the iPhone 6. Continue Reading →
“The problem right now is there is no plan. The POCD has no teeth and dredging is considered a four letter word by green lunatics. What we’ve done by paving and piping is speed up the the insertion of particles from silt to rocks.” – Peter Alexander, landscape architect Continue Reading →
The Town received 630 mooring applications for the year with fees amounting to $50,550. Harbor Management Commission chair said that cumulatively since 2007 the fund had built to $235,000. Continue Reading →
“Beans is a people person and he will be missed in the day to day operations of the department. He always looked at police work as a way to give back to the community. Beans started his police career as a volunteer Special Police Officer and will return to that volunteer role as a Special Police Officer again.” – Chief Heavey Continue Reading →