Marilyn Quiles wanted out of the corporate world and do something that involved dogs. She became a certified groomer and invested six figures in a customized dog grooming van just in time for recession. She wound up succeeding beyond her wildest dreams, recession notwithstanding. Here is Marilyn story of Posh Spa Fur Dogs.
“Do not underestimate the impact of having an effective advocate who can lobby for funds to be sent back to Greenwich. Jill researches issues, asks hard questions and collaborates on a bi-partisan basis.” – Elizabeth Krumeich
The State has controlled the issue of liquor licenses since the repeal of Prohibition of 1933. Greenwich is allowed 24 liquor stores. With Kings getting the ok from P&Z to put a liquor store in the Old Greenwich supermarket, the total rises to 23, leaving just one remaining.
“Ebola doesn’t have a cough. It does have a headache. It has muscle aches. It has diarrhea. It has bloody diarrhea. It has bleeding from different places once you have the illness.” – Dr. Jeanne Marconi, pediatrician at the Center for Advanced Pediatrics
“If you have a high fever, a cough, and every part of your body hurts including your hair and your fingernails, think flu.” – Dr. Michael Schwartz, Soundview Medical Associates Continue Reading →
First Light Festival in Old Greenwich is set for Dec. 6 and will include horsedrawn carriage rides, carolers, face painting, in-store magic shows and lots of holiday cheer. There is a new event sponsor this year. Greenwich Town Party will support the event as part of a new initiative to extend support to a year-round calendar of community events. Continue Reading →