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Team to be Reckoned With
Greenwich Citizen - Greenwich,CT
By Scott Ferrari Call the beginning of February "Reckoning Month" for Greenwich High's boys' basketball team. From the looks of it, you can "reckon" that ...
US Recession Now Even Bet as Spending Slows, Economists Say
Bloomberg - New York, NY
``This is going to continue to be a very aggressive easing campaign,'' RBS Greenwich Capital's Stanley said. The Fed ``will have a hard time doing any less ...
Featured News Articles From The Greenwich Time
Boys and girls become 'Guys and Dolls'
Standing backstage, waiting to go on as one of the leads, Marino Patrk admitted he was a little anxious.
Weigh station plan has detractors
GREENWICH - Gov. M. Jodi Rell's proposal to add weekend hours and spend more than $1 million upgrading the Greenwich weigh station has received mixed reviews from some residents and legislators who believe the resources may be better used elsewhere.
Services set for town woman
There will be a Service of Remembrance Sunday at 1 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church for Elizabeth Watson, who died Jan. 31 after being hit by a truck on a driveway near 12 Havemeyer Place.
Correction to Wednesday's robbery story
A story in Wednesday's Greenwich Time and The Advocate incorrectly reported that Anthony Curral was involved in the Sept. 1, 2006, Betteridge robbery. Curral pleaded guilty Tuesday to one count of conspiracy to commit interstate robbery in connection with jewelry store robberies in Natick, Mass., and South Windsor. Another man charged in those robberies also faces charges in the Betteridge robbery.
Residents want senior center on the Ave.
Residents say their future senior center should be on or near Greenwich Avenue, effectively quashing one controversial proposal to build a new facility on a Town Hall parking lot.
Romney supporters look to 2012
Connecticut Republicans might not have seen the last of Mitt Romney.
Many cool to Rell plan
Gov. M. Jodi Rell's proposal to add weekend hours and spend more than $1 million upgrading the Greenwich weigh station has received mixed reviews from some residents and legislators who believe the resources may be better used elsewhere.