During a visit to Family Centers, US Sen. Chris Murphy listened to a variety of challenges to providing mental health services, none the least of which was problems with reimbursement. There was also frank discussion of pros and cons of “mandated mental health treatment” toward the end of preventing another Sandy Hook type tragedy.
On Thursday’s installment of Greenwich Matters, Sam Romeo replied to a caller who initially identified herself as Shirley. On air she identified herself as Booth Court resident Dawn Fortunato, who has a toddler suffering from lead poisoning. Romeo asked the young mother, “Don’t you feel guilty your son has lead poisoning?”
“You don’t have to go wassailing to enjoy this traditional Christmas drink. Historical wassail drinks are completely different from one another. Some even use beaten eggs. Here is a blonde version. Alcohol is optional.” – Victoria Hart Glavin of Tiny New York Kitchen Continue Reading →
Branden Hahn of Kids in Crisis visited Santa at McArdle’s to accept a donation of $2,465 from James McArdle of McArdle’s and Tammi Ketler of TMK Sports & Entertainment, the force behind the 6th Annual Greenwich Reindeer Festival, Santa’s Workshop and the 6th Annual Greenwich Holiday Stroll. The money was raised during the recent Holiday Stroll weekend. The funds reflected the sum of $5.00 from every photo with Santa and $5.00 from each wreath purchased. A Kids in Crisis Giving Tree will remain at McArdle’s throughout the Reindeer Festival & Santa’s Workshop, which continues through December 24. McArdle’s is located at 48 Arch St in Greenwich. Continue Reading →
“These cookies are so cute that it makes one feel guilty biting into them. I love gingerbread cookies and the holidays just aren’t complete without serving family and friends homemade gingerbread men cookies.” – Victoria Hart Glavin of Tiny New York Kitchen Continue Reading →
Williams was arrested on a warrant stemming back to an incident in September. He was charged with Risk of Injury to a Minor, Disorderly Conduct, Interfering with a 911 Call, and Criminal Mischief. Continue Reading →
Stay tuned to the Old Greenwich Association website for updates on the bridge construction projects. Sound Beach Ave and Tomac Ave bridges were originally constructed in 1894. The bridge over Sound Beach Avenue was reconstructed in 1929 to accommodate a wider roadway underneath. Continue Reading →