The Selectmen approved MI status for major overhaul at Armstrong Court, minus the proposed seniors complex. An interesting discussion followed about how and where to add senior housing as Greenwich’s population ages and residents like to stay in Town.
A 26-year-old pleaded guilty to stealing mail from residences in Fairfield County in order to obtain blank checks. He faces up to 20 years in prison and a fine up to $250,000. The matter is being investigated by the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and Greenwich Police, along with other local police forces in Fairfield County.
“Reflect on what you love about here, what you would change if you were schooling still here, get involved at least intellectually on what people perceive of our Zip Codes, reputation and being understood ‘from Greenwich.'”- Peter Alexander, Greenwich resident and dad Continue Reading →
Parkway has been designated a Connecticut Green LEAF School for recognizing environmental sciences, energy conservation and wellness programs. LEAF stands for “Leading, Educating, Achieving and Fostering healthy green schools for all.” Continue Reading →
One of two suspects in the theft of $50,000+ of furs from Saks Fifth Ave on Greenwich Avenue has been apprehended by New York State Police. A second suspect fled the getaway car after crashing it and fleeing on foot. Continue Reading →
Ever wonder who pulls together the beautiful seasonal hanging baskets in Greenwich. Take a peek inside the vintage greenhouse at the Garden Education Center where a fleet of volunteers includes Japanese ex-pats who know how to get stuff done! Continue Reading →
Never underestimate the incentive of seeing a beloved teacher in a silly hat. At North Mianus School, PE teacher Mr. Moroney challenged the students to up their ante for the food drive by offering to substitute trousers for his typical khaki shorts, and even don a silly hat. Continue Reading →