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Wednesday, February 6, 2008

02/06/08 - Greenwich Newswire For Wednesday

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Mrs. Greenwich names Adopt-A-Dog as her platform
Greenwich Post - Greenwich,CT
She’s now selected Adopt-A-Dog, co-founded by Greenwich resident Donna Nives, as her platform for the Mrs. Connecticut America pageant on June 8. ...

Valentine, Greenwich too much for St. Joseph
Connecticut Post - Bridgeport,CT
"Give Greenwich a lot of credit," St. Joseph head coach Vito Montelli said. "They got up for two big games back-to-back. They showed they could handle the ...

Greenwich day school hires new staff
Connecticut Jewish Ledger - West Hartford,CT
The Westchester Fairfield Hebrew Academy (WFHA) is on the grow…and now the Greenwich day school has hired two industry professionals to help them handle ...

Property Tax Cap Would Perpetuate Inequalities
Hartford Courant
Figures from the state Office of Policy and Management for 2005 show that the lowest tax town (Greenwich) had an equalized tax rate of a bit more than 5 ...

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02/06/08 - Dr. Ian Rubin's Family Has Complained About The Press, But At Least The Family Got Justice.

There has been an extensive letter writing campaign from family members and fiends complaining of the press coverage over the shocking murder of Dr.Ian Rubins.

And while I feel for the family during this horrific and sad time.

I do think that the family is being a bit insensitive to the Bria family of Byram.

Like Dr. Rubins, No One Called To Help 19 Year Old John J. Bria.

But the Bria family has went three years without getting justice.

The Greenwich Police Department closed the case and Megan Caron, Katie Hanscom, Savannah Lamotte and Jason Cunningham have ecaped responsibility for the Byram boy's death.

Please see previous reports about John....

Nor has anyone been punished in the drug death of Kyle Lendenmann, a 17-year-old Greenwich High School student.

One year ago, Kyle was found dead at his home from what the Greenwich Police Department said was a methadone overdose.

Both of these Greenwich families are waiting for Justice for their boys.

Things could have been worse.

Leonard Bajramaj could of killed Dr. Rubins in Greenwich, where murders often go unpunished.

The Greenwich Police Department should re-open the Bria and Lendenmann cases and bring those responsible to justice.

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UPDATE:

The Greenwich Police Department Later Open The Cold Case Files On John Bria And Kyle Lenderman. Person's Involved In These Deaths Were Eventually Brought To Court And Recieved Some Punishment.

02/06/08 - News Reports From Greenwich Time

Voters united in desire for change
The Democrats and Republicans who flocked to polling places across town were consumed with the idea of change as they cast their votes in yesterday's primary.

Man admits driving car in robbery
An Ansonia man yesterday pleaded guilty in federal court to conspiracy for driving a getaway car in the botched 2006 robbery of Betteridge Jewelers in which a gun-toting motorcyclist dropped almost $5 million in stolen jewelry during his getaway attempt.

Study fuels debate on death tax
A new report that the tax on millionaires' estates could cost Connecticut revenue likely will not end the partisan debate over whether to abolish it.

Town Democrats turn out in force
An eye-popping 63 percent of registered Democrats in Greenwich turned out to vote in yesterday's presidential primary, shattering the previous record for a primary set in 2006 when party members chose Ned Lamont over Joe Lieberman as their nominee for Senate.

GA students hear a father's appeal for world peace
When Judea Pearl, the father of slain Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, surveyed Greenwich Academy Upper School students yesterday, he saw future leaders of his son's mission for peace and understanding.

Baby named after town nursing home
This was pushing it, even for Bill Kowalewski.

Rising oil prices drive homeowners to seek state help
With a spike in oil prices, demand for heating assistance has increased this winter in Connecticut.

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