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Thursday, May 1, 2008

05/01/08 - The News Portal Of Greenwich Sets Another Record

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And The Hits Just Keep On Coming
Web Hits, That Is

Ka Boom - The Daily Traffic At Greenwich Roundup Is Exploding

Here Are Greenwich Roundup's Web Stats For
April 1thru April 30, 2008

8,260 Visits

6,892 Absolute Unique Visitors

26,412 Pageviews

00:14:21 Time On Site

For The Record:

Greenwich Roundup Is The Only Greenwich Based Web Site To Publish Their Web Stats

04/01/08 - Things Are So Bright. We Are Going To Start Wearing Sunglasses

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02/01/08 - Greenwich Roundup Is Growing Like Gangbusters - Checkout January's Web Stats

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05/01/08 - Greenwich Time MIA On Kissel Murder Mystery - There Is Nothing On The Web

Will Someone Please Go Wake Up Some Greenwich Time Reporters.

Why Is There Nothing On The Web From The Greenwich Time?

Why Does The Greenwich Time Treat It's Internet Platform Like A Bald Headed Step Child?

Did The Greenwich Time Forget About The Two Brothers Accused Of Slaying The Millionaire Real Estate Developer And Con Artist?

Greenwich Time Web Site Visitors Are Wondering - Did The Greenwich Time Even Go To The Trial Yesterday?

Maybe The Greenwich Time Is Waiting For A Greenwich Police Department Press Release That They Can Run Through A Spell Checker Before Publishing.

The Greenwich Time Has Not Had Much On The Web About This Millionaire Murder Mystery.

Warrants in slaying kept sealed
Greenwich Time, CT - Apr 4, 2008
By Martin B. Cassidy A state Superior Court judge yesterday kept arrest warrants in the slaying of Greenwich millionaire Andrew Kissel sealed to allow one ...
Judge extends seal on Kissel warrants
Greenwich Time, CT - Apr 3, 2008
STAMFORD - A state Superior Court judge this afternoon agreed to have arrest warrants in the Andrew Kissel murder case remain under seal to allow a ...
Kissel warrants remain sealed
Greenwich Time, CT - Apr 3, 2008
STAMFORD - The arrest warrants in the slaying of Greenwich millionaire Andrew Kissel will remain sealed until one of the suspects can review the documents ...
Warrants to be open in Kissel slay
Greenwich Time, CT - Apr 2, 2008
By Martin B. Cassidy A judge will open arrest warrants for two men accused in the slaying of Greenwich millionaire Andrew Kissel today, though prosecutors ...
Fuhrman theorizes on Kissel conspiracy
Greenwich Time, CT - Apr 1, 2008
By Martin B. Cassidy With two men in custody for a conspiracy to murder Andrew Kissel, police and prosecutors will now try to coax the real estate ...

Luckly, The Greenwich Post And Cablevision News 12 Was On The Scene And Immediately Got The Story On The Web:

04/30/08 - Breaking News From The Greenwich Post & News 12 Video (Updated)

04/30/08 - Today Could Be The Day That We Learn Why The Greenwich Police Depatment Thinks Two Brothers Killed A Millionaire Real Estate Developer

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05/01/08 - The Raw Greenwich Business And News Feed

The Raw Feed

  1. Top Story:Defendant in Kissel case hires new attorney Motive still unknown ...
    Greenwich Post, CT Those wondering what police believe motivated the two men charged in the death of Greenwich resident Andrew Kissel will have to wait at least a few more ...

  2. Clair L. 'Pottsie' King

    Mansfield News Journal

    ... illness. Born Jan. 9, 1938, to the late Darwin R. and M. Charlene Watson King, Clair was a lifelong resident of Greenwich and a 1956 graduate of Greenwich High School. Clair owned and operated King's Plumbing and Heating, was a contractor and had ...

    Tags: Obituaries

  3. Empty Gripe

    Woo Factor

    MYSTERY writer Carol Higgins Clark is mystified by complaints from Marianne Hillmer-Thompson, the Greenwich, Conn., author who accuses Clark of lifting the title of her new book, "Zapped," from Thompson's ...

    Tags: Carol Higgins Clark, Marianne Hillmer-Thompson, Books

  4. Staples Shows Positive Signs in Grueling Week, Beats St. Joseph

    Westport News

    ... Lady Wreckers began the week with a 9-8 win at St. Joseph April 22 and followed with a 14-7 home loss to vaunted Greenwich High last Wednesday and a 17-5 loss at a vastly improved Danbury High squad last Thursday. "It was a tough week," said Staples ...

    Tags: Sports, Greenwich High School

  5. Create a garden with daffodils by the thousands

    The Herald

    ... My friend Shelby White has such a garden in Westchester County, N.Y.; June Larkin has an incredible planting in Greenwich, Conn.; and Winterthur, near Greenville, Del., boasts hundreds of thousands of flowers growing amid towering trees and ...

    Tags: Martha Stewart, Westchester County, Home Gardening, Home

  6. Cynthia Schwager

    Alton Telegraph

    ... Scott and Lori Schwager of Tucson; two grandchildren, Joseph and Alisha; two sisters, Janis Stahlhut of Old Greenwich, Conn., and Kathy Grenzebach of Godfrey; a brother and his wife, Steven and Janice Stahlhut of Memphis, Tenn.; and several nieces, ...

    Tags: Alton, IL, Wood River, Medicine, Nursing, Godfrey, IL

  7. Senate Passes More Whistleblower Protections

    Hartford Courant

    Employees of the state or its contractors who blow the whistle on corruption or waste in state government would receive expanded protection under a bill that received overwhelming state Senate approval ...

    Tags: Law, Employment, Labor Law, Freedom Of Information

  8. Greenwich Roundup: Breaking News In The Kissel Murder Mystery - Attorney Mark Sherman Hired


    Breaking News From The Greenwich Post And News 12 Video (Updated).... HEADLINE: Surprise - A Perry Mason Moment As Public Defender Is Fired And Attorney Mark Sherman Is Hired By Leonard Trujillo. .... Cablevision News 12 Also Reports: (See The Video) The Greenwich Time and The Greenwich Citizen will probably report on The Kissel Murder Mystery Trial in the next 24 Hours or so.

  9. Brooklyn Brawlin: On Second Thought Maybe Vince Should've Studied More


    ... asked out new on-air character Stephanie McMahon for a date much to the chagrin of her brother and his gang from Greenwich Connecticut, the Mean Street Posse. At Summerslam Test got his first chance to shine defeating Shane in a great street fight ...

  10. Gas Price Madness Consumes Westchester

    WCBS-TV New York

    ... the children, you can't, because you don't have it." Gas is topping $4 per gallon across the northern suburbs, in Greenwich, Conn., in Orange County and Rockland County. In response, Republicans in the New York State Legislature want to slash gas ...

    Tags: Elmsford, NY, New York Metro, Westchester County

  11. Hatters fall to Warriors

    News Times

    Danbury High girls lacrosse coach Lauren Scott calls them "The Big Four." Darien, New Canaan, Wilton and Greenwich have flaunted the premier programs in the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference ...

  12. Slight growth, but consumer spending weakens

    International Herald Tribune

    ... "You're seeing a sharp slowdown in domestic demand," said Michael Darda, chief economist at MKM Partners in Greenwich, Connecticut "This is stall-speed growth." Economists suggested that swelling inventories - which grew by $1.8 billion from January ...

  13. Ready to respond to region's emergencies

    Connecticut Post

    ... The dispatch center is the communications hub for most of the emergency services in southwestern Connecticut, from Greenwich to Shelton. The special equipment there includes an aerial photograph software program that allows dispatchers to get a ...

    Tags: Emergency Services, Medicine, Hospitals

  14. The American College Announces Albert J. "Bud" Schiff, CLU Named...

    Insurance News Net

    ... served as a Captain in the United States Navy Reserve, and is an avid yachtsman. He and his wife Jayne reside in Greenwich, CT, and have two grown children and five grandchildren. The American College is the leader in innovative training and ...

    Tags: North Carolina

Today's News links From The Greenwich Citizen:

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Today's News Links From The Greenwich Post:

Glenville students to return to the modulars

Deciding that the extra cost and inconvenience of fitting students into the Bendheim Western Greenwich Civic Center wasn’t worth it, the Board of Education unanimously decided last Thursday to roll the dice and clean out the modular classrooms for Glenville School students.

One field or two?
Plans for Cos Cob Power Plant site meet contention over use

One field or two is the question on the table regarding plans for the Cos Cob power plant site.

Greenwich police say ‘welcome home’ to a returning hero

In a day long awaited by his family and friends, the Greenwich Police Department lowered the “blue star flag” outside its headquarters Monday to mark the return home of Officer Sean O’Donnell from his second tour of duty in Iraq.

Women of ‘vision’
Greenwich group travels to Cambodia

For many in Greenwich, a trip overseas means a nice vacation with sandy beaches and relaxation. The Greenwich women involved in Women of Vision have another version in mind: one where they travel to war-torn areas of the world like Rwanda or Cambodia and help finance programs to end poverty and stop child slavery and sexual exploitation.

Old Greenwich stop signs may be cause for pause

The Board of Selectmen is considering a trial run of an all-way stop at the intersection of Sound Beach Avenue and Shore Road and is set to vote on the proposal at its May 8 meeting.

Residents lend a helping hand to an iconic national park

Yellowstone National Park covers 2.2 million acres in Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, an expanse so big that you can fit both the states of Rhode Island and Delaware inside it and it comes close to equaling the size of Connecticut. It’s home to thriving wildlife and 10,000 geothermal features like the Old Faithful geyser. Close to 2 million people still visit the park annually, but right now it’s facing the challenge of attracting younger people who don’t feel as connected to the outdoors.

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Greenwich Hospital scored above the state and national averages in a recent federally sponsored patient satisfaction survey.
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Indian Field Road bridge work to begin

Work on a long planned $8.4 million reconstruction of the aged Indian Field Road Interstate 95 bridge will begin this spring, transportation officials said, making a taller span to avoid periodic accidents involving trucks striking the bridge, transportation officials said.
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In another potential setback for the North Mianus sewer project, the bills sent out to homeowners who received hookups from the town contain some errors, public works officials acknowledged yesterday. Full Story

Arch Street turns leftovers into earth-friendly items

Turning their leftover pizza crusts into organic compost is just one way that the Arch Street teen center is going green.
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