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Saturday, March 8, 2008

03/08/08 - Greenwich Sports Wire

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State Champs x 3
New Canaan Advertiser - New Canaan,CT
Before Saturday's game, the Rams had not beaten Greenwich, an FCIAC rival, this season. The Cardinals won 4-2 in the FCIAC Christmas Tournament and the ...


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03/08/08 - Greenwich News Wire For Saturday - News Reports From The Greenwich Citizen

A whirlwind of mold discovery, anger, frustration and feverish efforts of accommodation have descended upon the Hamilton Avenue School community, the Board of Education, Greenwich school personnel and especially on the head of the superintendent of schools - Dr. Continue »
Andy Healy, Mary Lou Lange and Gerry Mintz are the founders of GRALU - Greenwich Residents for Appropriate Land Use, a group actively opposing the expansion plans of Stanwich School. Continue »
Joe Gavin's Irish eyes twinkled with mirth when asked what will be running through his mind Sunday at about 2 in the afternoon. Continue »
On the 16th of February, the First United Methodist Church of Greenwich sent 14 individuals on its third consecutive mission trip to the Gulf Coast of Mississippi - offering a continuance of help in the relief efforts still ongoing for those affected by Hurricane Katrina. Continue »

03/08/08 - Greenwich Sports Wire - Reports From The Greenwich Citizen


Twelve long months. Three hundred and sixty-five days. It's a very long time to await retribution. When outsiders question why it happened, the monotony of time can annoy the heck out of you. Continue »


03/08/08 - Greenwich News Wire - From The Greenwich Post


American Red Cross offers tips to stay safe during flooding

Flooding potential is on the increase as the weekend rain storm approaches Greenwich with the ground well-saturated from snow melt and recent rains.

That’s why the American Red Cross urges families to take proactive safety steps now.

Basic information and a few simple procedures can make all the difference in keeping you out of harm’s way. Water can rise fast. The better prepared you are, the safer you’ll be. Follow these American Red Cross Flood Safety Tips:

Build a kit with water, non-perishable, ready to eat food, radio, flashlight (and extra batteries for both), a first aid kit and necessary medications. Store important family documents (wills, passports, insurance policies, deeds, etc.) in a portable, waterproof and fireproof container as part of your kit.

Make a plan so you know where to go if you need to evacuate. Plan ahead for the possibility of becoming separated from your loved ones by choosing an out-of-town contact that each person can contact should a disaster occur. Plan on using the Red Cross Safe and Well web site, accessible through Redcross.org.

Stay informed. Know what to do if there is potential for flooding.

When a flood watch is issued, move your furniture and valuables to higher floors of your home. Fill your car's gas tank, in case an evacuation notice is issued.

When a flood warning is issued, listen to local radio and television stations for information and advice. If told to evacuate, do so as soon as possible. Be alert to signs of flash flooding and be ready to evacuate on a moment's notice.

When a flash flood warning is issued, or if you think it has already started, evacuate immediately. You may have only seconds to escape. Move to higher ground. Do not drive around barricades. If your car stalls in rapidly rising waters, abandon it immediately and climb to higher ground. If you experience flooding and need help, call 911 immediately.

The Greenwich Chapter of the American Red Cross provides relief to victims of emergencies and disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. For information, call 869-8444 or visit Greenwichredcross.org.

03/03/08 - News Reports From The Greenwich Time


Bishop Lori discusses the results of the Diocese of Bridgeport’s investigation and audit of Father Michael Moynihan’s finances.
(Keelin Daly/Staff photo)

Moynihan misused funds
The Rev. Michael Moynihan diverted more than $400,000 in parish funds toward paying his credit card bills and other personal reimbursements and may have engaged in forgery and other forms of deception, according to findings of an investigation made public yesterday.

Committee discusses relocation options for Glenville students
Remediation of a mold-plagued temporary building to make it ready for Glenville School by the fall, redistricting all schools, and dispersing Glenville students to multiple schools were among some of the relocation options discussed during a Board of Education committee meeting yesterday.

Weather expected to clear in time for St. Patrick's Day parade

Meredith Blake

Judge asked to dismiss police lawsuit
The town has asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit by eight minority police officers who sued the town for racial discrimination two years ago, arguing their perceptions of pervasive racism at the Greenwich Police Department are baseless.

Town prepares in case storm causes flooding
With heavy rains and strong winds expected to hit Greenwich this weekend, town officials are warning residents to be ready for flooded homes, property damage and power outages.

Man gets 18 years in burglary spree

The judge read quote after quote from victims to make sure Randall Weis understood the damage he caused in a series of nearly two dozen break-ins in which he and an accomplice destroyed at least $200,000 worth of property.

Lawmakers push for state energy department
A group of lawmakers, including Rep. Terry Backer, D-Stratford, yesterday called for the creation of a new Department of Clean Energy to help the state reduce its dependence on oil.

School air-quality report finalized

After seven months, 30 meetings and more than $252,000 spent to improve air quality at King's Highway Elementary School, a special committee came close to closing the book at a Town Hall meeting last night.

03/08/08 - Greenwich News And Sports Wire


Indra Nooyi Would Like Everyone To Try Pepsi Twist

Greenwich News Reports

Nooyi honoured with business leadership award
Economic Times - Gurgaon,Haryana,India
Chennai-born Nooyi was given the award at an event Thursday in Greenwich, her hometown in Connecticut, in the presence of hundreds of business and community ...

Familiar rivals face off for girls state hockey title
Stamford Advocate - Stamford,CT
By Chris McNamee

If the Greenwich and New Canaan High School girls ice hockey teams have proved anything by reaching this morning's state championship (9:30 ...


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