Camillo, Krumeich square off for 151st
The two men competing for the only contested Greenwich seat in the state House of Representatives met publicly as opponents for the first time Thursday, at a forum sponsored by the Greenwich Bar Association.
Oak trees escape ax man
Seven of nine black and red oaks tagged for removal on the grounds of the Bruce Museum were spared Thursday by the town's tree warden.
Selectmen OK Stanwich historic district
The Stanwich Historic District is one step away from becoming a reality. The protected designation, recommended by the Historic District Commission for a cluster of properties that include some early 18th-century homes on Taconic Road, was accepted by the Board of Selectmen in a unanimous vote at its meeting Thursday at Town Hall.
Registering to vote
Election Day is Nov. 4, just 35 days away. Greenwich residents who have not yet registered to vote have a number of opportunities to do so before then, with the final in-person deadline being Tuesday, Oct.
Unrest over schools grows
While most community members hold their own individual schools in high esteem, discontent is mounting about the general state of the town's education system, a new survey shows.
Feds to auction mansion of ex-hedge fund manager
The once pristine backcountry mansion owned by former hedge fund manager Michael Lauer is now an abandoned dwelling with things that seemed to have been left behind in a rush.
Groups present project requests
Build us a pool, and you've got an open invitation to do water aerobics. That was one of the more colorful appeals made Wednesday night to the architects of the town's capital improvement plan during a public hearing at Town Hall on spending priorities for the coming year.
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