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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

05/20/09 In A story Reported First In Greenwich Roundup - Swine Flu Fears Hit Greenwich After 19 Middle-School Students Became Ill With Fevers

Parents Are Starting To Ask Questions About Betty Sternberg's Reponce To This Flu Scare.....

One Glenvile Parent Reports:

The Glenville 5th graders who are in the 6th grade wing of Western Middle School were not even told about this. We had to find out about it on Greenwich Roundup That's poor communication. I'm keeping my kid home until the middle school is sanitized.

Look Out Jim Himes Here We Come......
Will The 8th Grade Western Middle School Trip to Washington DC Still Go Forward Before Test Results Are In.

Typical Board Of Education handling of this situation. Instead of easing parents fear, they make it worse. They should have sent out that automated notice with more information

SCHOOL BOARD ELECTIONS ARE COMING UP

WHAT IS THE BOE GOING TO DO ABOUT THE PROBLEM AT WMS .

NANCY WEISSLER SHOULD CLOSE THE SCHOOL AND CLEAN IT UP RIGHT .

Fever hits students from Western Middle School during upstate outing - Greenwich Time

By Lisa Chamoff Staff Writer
Posted: 05/20/2009 08:00:15 PM EDT

....The 19 Western Middle School sixth-graders were on a trip to Nature's Classroom in Colebrook and their parents were told to bring them home, according to district officials. An additional 36 students visited the infirmary complaining of headaches and fatigue......

...."I'm concerned, especially since all those New York schools are closing," said Robert Citron, who will hold his eighth-grade son out of school today and Friday.

"I've talked to a couple of other parents and they're holding their kids out too," he said.
Officials are not doing enough to deal with the threat, he said.

"I don't think they should take it lightly. They should close that school and clean it," Citron said of Western Middle School. "Even if one kid goes to school, what's going to protect the rest of the school?"

Many Western students have siblings in other town schools, said Citron, who wondered what would stop the spread of disease throughout the district.

Citron also blasted the letter from the district alerting parents to the situation.

"It's vague and it doesn't say if they're going to do anything," he said. "They sent out a quiz with the list of symptoms ... That's not even funny."......

....Greenwich also confirmed its third case of swine flu, and the health department is preparing for a worst-case scenario with a drill to practice distributing antiviral drugs scheduled for next week.....

....As of Wednesday, there were 81 confirmed cases of swine flu in Connecticut, with 61 from Fairfield County. None of the people required hospitalization, and all have recovered or are recovering.....

PLEASE SEE:


Hi all,

Just wanted you to be aware of a letter we sent home to Western parents (and Glenville parents at Western) today. Parents and staff across the district will be made aware of the situation by tomorrow referencing the letter and documents attached.

Kim Eves
PLEASE ALSO SEE:

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05/20/09 The Raw Greenwich News Feed: Evening Edition

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05/20/09 A Real Greenwich Blogger And Citizen Journalist In Action: Is There Another Greenwich Murder?

Check out Greenwich Diva's update.....

Where's The Greenwich Time ?

Greenwich, Connecticut, resident, John Coen arrested to assaulting a police officer


Posted in April 14th, 2009

by Claudette Rothman in Connecticut, Greenwich, crime


Forty-four year old John Coen, from Greenwich, Connecticut, was arrested for assaulting two police officers who were attempting to escort him out of The Ginger Man restaurant.


Police were called to the local eatery last Friday night after Coen started insulting patrons, and harassing the bartender with racial slurs.


After officers told Coen he needed to leave the establishment, he became verbally abusive and lunged toward an officer "in a fighting manner," the police report says.


The officers attempted to arrest Coen, and the drunken man went berserk and tried to grab one of the officer's batons from his belt, causing two officers to pin him to the ground.


The police report says it took several jolts from a Taser to bring Coen under control.


Coen is charged with assaulting a police officer and breach of peace.


UPDATE: 5/20/09


A Greenwich Diva reader emailed Greenwich Diva about the John Coen arrest at the Ginger Man restaurant and she wrote about on April 14.


They wanted to know if the John Coen she wrote about in her post was the same John Coen who is about to be questioned in the death of a Steamboat, Colorado, man.


After doing some research this is what she came up with.


There is a John Coen whose wife, Lisette Coen, was about to marry Chris Corna from Steamboat, Colorado, and Chris was in Greenwich this week to meet Lisette's family.


While he was in Greenwich, he was killed in an automobile accident on the Greenwich, Portchester state line, and although authorities are publicly calling it an accident, IT IS ALLEGED that authorities are going to change it to murder and it is also ALLEGED that John is going to be called in for questioning.


It is also ALLEGED that John was also arrested for sexual harassment in Oct. of last year.


It is possible that there could be two different John Coen's with the same connections out there.


Greenwich Diva will keep us posted as the Greenwich Time and the rest of the "Lamestream" Media wanders around clueless.

Update: 5:43p.m Chris had stabbed wounds to his throat when he was found Monday morning around 4:30.

05/20/09 Media Alert: Greenwich Diva Is About To File Breaking Greenwich News >>>> Greenwich related accidental death ???


There Is A Whole Lot A Suicides Going On...

http://steamboatpilot.com/news/2009/may/20/corna_death_ruled_suicide/#commentsCan

Can you see the connection between this false suicide and a John Coen, 44 (who Greenwich Roundup has posted about) who resides in Conn. Someone needs to shed some light on this...


PLEASE SEE:


05/20/09 The Raw Greenwich News Feed:High Noon Edition
Inconsistent injuries in fatal car accident prompts police ...
Lower Hudson Journal news


PORT CHESTER - Police are investigating the death of a Colorado man in a single-car accident early Monday


He had wounds inconsistent with the accident, police said.
Christian Richard Corna, 45, of Steamboat Springs, Colo., had stab wounds to his neck, the medical examiner said.


Corna, who was visiting friends in Greenwich, Conn., crashed a rented Toyota into the north corner abutment of the Metro North bridge driving southbound on the 300 block of North Main Street at 4:30 a.m., police said. He had to cross the road to strike the bridge, police said. A county accident reconstruction team is working on the incident.


According to the medical examiner, police said, the crash would have been enough to kill Corna.


Detectives "can't rule out" that anyone else was involved in this fatal accident until a determination is made by the medical examiner and police that the wounds were self-inflicted and/or not a precipitating factor in the accident, Lt. James Ladaireous said. ...

05/20/09 Greenwich Public Schools Press Release: 19 Western Middle School Students Come Down With Fevers On Class Trip

Hi all,

Just wanted you to be aware of a letter we sent home to Western parents (and Glenville parents at Western) today. Parents and staff across the district will be made aware of the situation by tomorrow referencing the letter and documents attached.

Kim Eves


Director of Communications
Greenwich Board of Education
290 Greenwich Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830

http://www.greenwichschools.org/

Phone: 203-625-7415
e mail: kim_eves@greenwich.k12.ct.us
Fax: 203-869-8003



GREENWICH PUBLIC SCHOOLS
May 20, 2009


Dear Parents,


I wanted to let you know that today at a Western Middle School, Grade 6 Nature’s Classroom trip, nineteen (19) students became ill with fevers. Their parents were contacted to bring them home from the trip. An additional thirty-six (36) students have visited the infirmary complaining of headaches and fatigue. After consultation with District and Town health officials, we decided to err on the side of caution and canceled the remainder of the trip. All students will return home Wednesday night.


All parents of the nineteen students were advised to have their children seen by their local
pediatrician prior to returning to school. We know that many people will be concerned about swine flu.


As is indicated in the attached document, flu-type symptoms do not necessarily mean a diagnosis of swine flu. As is standard practice, if your child exhibits any symptoms of illness, please keep them at home and/or have them seen by a doctor.


We will continue to monitor the situation and will provide updates if warranted.

Sincerely,


Dr. Betty J. Sternberg
Superintendent of Schools
Greenwich Public Schools

Havemeyer Building
290 Greenwich Avenue
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830-6521
Tel: (203) 625-7400
FAX (203) 618-9379
Betty_Sternberg@Greenwich.k12.ct.us

To parents, students and staff of Connecticut schools


Probable and confirmed cases of novel H1N1 flu (swine flu) have been identified in Connecticut. We expect thatwith time, additional cases will be identified here and elsewhere in the country.
New information on disease severity prompted health experts to revise the school closure guidance that was initially published. The majority of U.S. cases have been less severe than initially reported from Mexico with fewer hospitalizations and deaths. CDC and local and state health officials will continue to closely monitor the severity and spread of this novel H1N1 influenza outbreak.


The most important message at this time is not new: Students and adults who are sick should NOT come to school. In particular, stay home if you have flu symptoms: fever and cough or sore throat, sometimes with runny or stuffy nose, body aches, vomiting or diarrhea. To avoid infecting others, please stay home and stay away from others for at least 7 days or until all symptoms have gone away for at least 24 hours, whichever is longer. Make decisions about when to seek medical care as you would under normal circumstances, and if you have flu symptoms, seek care if you have a fever for three or more days and seem to be getting sicker.


On May 5, 2009, CDC updated its guidance to reflect a more developed understanding of the H1N1 virus.


Based on this information, CDC changed its recommendation to focus school-based efforts on early identification of ill students and staff, a recommendation to stay home when ill, and good cough and hand ygiene etiquette as the primary means to reduce spread of influenza in schools.

Decisions about school closure should be at the discretion of local authorities based on local considerations, including public concern, the impact of school absenteeism, and staffing shortages. Like other flu viruses, novel H1N1 flu spreads from an ill person to others mainly through coughing or sneezing.


Sometimes people may become infected by touching something with the virus on it and then touching their mouth, nose or rubbing their eyes. People with novel H1N1 flu are thought to be able to spread the infection to others for approximately 7 days after becoming sick.


Children and adults who are well and without symptoms of flu do not need to be excluded from school or work on the basis of recent travel to an area with novel H1N1 flu or close contact with someone with novel H1N1 flu.


However such persons should closely monitor their health and should not attend school or work if they develop any symptoms. If symptoms develop while at school or work, arrange to return to home immediately.


It is very important to teach our children what we all need to do to prevent spread of the virus:

• Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
• Cover your cough or sneeze with the crook or your elbow or a tissue.
• Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially after you cough or sneeze. If water is not
nearby, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
• Try not to touch your eyes, nose, or mouth. Germs often spread this way.
• For more information, please see our attached
o Novel H1N1 flu (swine flu): Facts for families of school-aged children
o Novel H1N1 flu (swine flu): When to keep your child home from school
o Flu Symptom Check List for Families and School Staff


More information, including frequent updates, is available online:
• Connecticut Department of Public Health H1N1 Flu (Swine Flu) web site: http://www.ct.gov/ctfluwatch


• Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) web site: http://www.cdc.gov/h1n1flu
Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our children and our schools healthy.
Sincerely,


Matthew L. Cartter, MD, MPH
State Epidemiologist

When to Keep Your Child at Home


How can we limit the spread of H1N1 virus (swine flu)?


The most important thing is to keep sick people away from healthy people. So if your child is sick, you must keep your child home. Staying home when sick stops the spread of the flu and helps the sick person get well. Answer these questions every morning before sending your child to school or daycare: 1. Does your child have a fever (100º F or 37. 7ºC)? If you don’t have a thermometer, feel your child’s skin with your hand. If it is much warmer than usual your child probably has a fever.


2. Does your child have a sore throat, cough, body aches, vomiting, or diarrhea?
When should my child go to the doctor?


Call your health care provider if your child is ill enough that you would normally see a health care provider. Use the same judgment you would use during a normal flu season. If you would not usually see a health care provider for the symptoms your child has now, you do not need to see a health care provider.


For more information and on-going updates:


• Connecticut Department of Public Health H1N1 Flu (Swine Flu) web site:
http://www.ct.gov/ctfluwatch


• Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) web site: http://www.cdc.gov/h1n1flu


If you answered “yes” to both questions above, your child might have the flu. Keep your child home from school for 7 calendar days, or until symptoms are gone for 24 hours, whichever is longer.


If you checked “yes” to only one of the questions above, keep your child home from school until
symptoms are gone for 24 hours.

05/20/09 Media Alert: Greenwich Diva Is About To File Breaking Greenwich News >>>> Greenwich related accidental death ???

There Is A Whole Lot A Suicides Going On......

http://steamboatpilot.com/news/2009/may/20/corna_death_ruled_suicide/#comments

Can you see the connection between this false suicide and a John Coen, 44 (who Greenwich Roundup has posted about) who resides in Conn. Someone needs to shed some light on this...

PLEASE SEE:
Lower Hudson Journal news
PORT CHESTER - Police are investigating the death of a Colorado man in a single-car accident early Monday
He had wounds inconsistent with the accident, police said.

Christian Richard Corna, 45, of Steamboat Springs, Colo., had stab wounds to his neck, the medical examiner said.

Corna, who was visiting friends in Greenwich, Conn., crashed a rented Toyota into the north corner abutment of the Metro North bridge driving southbound on the 300 block of North Main Street at 4:30 a.m., police said. He had to cross the road to strike the bridge, police said. A county accident reconstruction team is working on the incident.

According to the medical examiner, police said, the crash would have been enough to kill Corna.
Detectives "can't rule out" that anyone else was involved in this fatal accident until a determination is made by the medical examiner and police that the wounds were self-inflicted and/or not a precipitating factor in the accident, Lt. James Ladaireous said. ...

05/20/09 A List Of Greenwich Time's Flogs, Astroturfing, Fake Blogs Are Being Created For Corporate Suits Who Have Repeatedly Ignored The Many Voices


Greenwich Time Watch

Why Use Fake Bloggers Like Lincoln Millstein Who Is A Senior Hearst Newspaper Vice-President And Who Never Ever Had His Own Blog.

Fake Blogs A Symptom Of Larger Issues At The Greenwich Time

The Diverse Voices Of Greenwich Ignored At The Greenwich Time
No Women, No Minorities, No Parents No Disavantaged or Young Members Of Greenwich Society Are Heard On The Greenwich Time Blogs
Ignorant Greenwich Time Editors Think They Can Dupe Residents With Fake Blogs That Are Really Glorified Corporate Guest Columnists.

The Latest Fake Greenwich Time Blogger Is
William A. Ruskin Who Is So Lame That He Couldn't Even Write His Own About Page.

The Page Is Clearly Written For Him by someone third party called c0nndesign.....

"William A. Ruskin is a Shareholder of EpsteinBeckerGreen and a member of the firm’s Litigation and Real Estate practice groups. Based in New York, Bill has been representing chemical manufacturers and drug and medical device manufacturers in the defense of products liability and toxic tort actions for over 25 years. Bill has commented on important products liability and toxic tort developments on public radio in the United States and on television in Canada and has been quoted in numerous publications, including BusinessWeek magazine, the Financial Times and Product/Liability Law360. Bill is also the author of the toxic tort litigation blog.
Click here for Bill’s full biography at EpsteinBeckerGreen’s Web site.

William A. Ruskin is also the author of
http://www.toxictortlitigationblog.com/."

c0nndesign Also posted Lincoln's about page.....
About Lincoln Millstein - Lincoln's Log - Connecticut News
May 3, 2009 at 1:57 pm by c0nndesign. Lincoln Millstein is a senior vice president of Hearst Newspapers, which owns the Greenwich Time. ...
cOnndesign has even been making Lincoln's post's for him......
Lincoln's Log - Connecticut News
May 1, 2009 at 4:35 pm by c0nndesign. Add a comment. Page 2 of 2« Previous12. RSS Posts Comments Log in. Recent Comments ...blog.ctnews.com/lincolnmillstein/page/2/
c0nndesign has also been posting Lincoln's video's for him.....
Video - Lincoln's Log - Connecticut News
VIDEO OGYC Commissioning May 2, 2009. May 1, 2009 at 4:35 pm by c0nndesign. Posted in Video Add a comment · RSS Posts Comments Log in ...
c0nndesign is even setting up fake blogs at the Connecticut Post.
Look at this about page ......
About Jonathan Kantrowitz - Jonathan Kantrowitz - Connecticut News
May 5, 2009 at 11:49 am by c0nndesign. Founder, Chief Executive Officer. Queue, Inc., an educational publisher. 1981-present; Assistant General Counsel. Touche Ross & Co. 1977-1981; Coordinator, Fairfield Over-30 Men’s Soccer, 1987-present; Member, Fairfield Board of Education, 1992-1994; Member, Fairfield Board of Recreation, 1998-1999; Member, Fairfield TV Access Committee, 2008-present, Economic Development Administrator, Town of Fairfield (consultant) 2002; Chairman, Fairfield Temporary Pool Committee, 2004, Chairman, Fairfield TV Access Committee, 2008; Member, Fairfield Democratic Town Committee, 1972-2002; Vice-Chairman, Fairfield Democratic Town Committee, 1994-2000; Democratic Candidate, U.S. Congress, 1994, 1998, State Senate 1972, 1984; Education:; Brown University: B.A. Economics (1966); Harvard Law School: JD (1969)....
Great Another Fake Hearst Newspaper Blog
With Yet Another Lawyer In A Corporate suit.
All of these fake Hearst Newspaper Blogs reminds Greenwich Roundup of aa fake blog in 2006 called Walmarting Across America. It was purportedly written by two Wal-Mart "enthusiasts" who decided to journey across the United States in an RV, blogging about the experience as they visited Wal-Marts along the way. While two people actually did travel across the United States in an RV, the publicity stunt was revealed to be paid for by Wal-Mart and handled by an outside design firm and advertising agency.
This Type Of Fake Greenwich Time
Fake Blogging Is Like "Astroturfing".
Astroturfing is a word in English describing formal political, advertising, or public relations campaigns seeking to create the impression of being spontaneous "grassroots" behavior, hence the reference to the artificial grass, AstroTurf.

The goal of such a campaign is to disguise the efforts of a political or commercial entity as an independent public reaction to some political entity—a politician, political group, product, service or event. Astroturfers attempt to orchestrate the actions of apparently diverse and geographically distributed individuals, by both overt ("outreach", "awareness", etc.) and covert (disinformation) means. Astroturfing may be undertaken by an individual pushing a personal agenda or highly organized professional groups with financial backing from large corporations, non-profits, or activist organizations. Very often the efforts are conducted by political consultants who also specialize in opposition research.
The Greenwich Time's Use Of Astroturfing Techniques Are A Parody Of Real Greenwich Bloggers. Just like these other parody's of Astroturfing in the media.......
Government astroturfing, as well as other sneaky tricks including an eleven-day war waged to distract from a sex scandal, are depicted in the film Wag the Dog.
The satirical newspaper The Onion had an opinion piece titled "I'd Love This Product Even If I Weren't A Stealth Marketer," which is written as though by a young employee for Pepsi-Cola who is paid to AstroTurf
In the Christopher Buckley novel Thank You for Smoking, Nick Naylor mentions several astroturf groups, including a "Smokers' Rights" group made up of Hispanic smokers that was called "Fumamos", Spanish for "We smoke".

Why Didn't The Greenwich Time Reach Out To The Real Citizen Journalists Of Greenwich Instead Of Trying To Create Fake Blogs Written By Boring Corporate Suits And Lawyers?

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05/20/09 The Raw Greenwich News Feed: Late Afternoon Edition

The Latest Greenwich News Briefs:

Greenwich pedophile nanny released from prison after 13 years
Greenwich Time
By Debra Friedman A convicted sex offender who molested two young boys while working as a nanny in Greenwich and Armonk, NY, was released from federal ...

Another Flip Flop......

Greenwich backs off sale of pier
Greenwich Time
(Town of Greenwich) Greenwich appears to be bowing to pier pressure. Officials say it is now highly unlikely the town will sell a concrete pier and parking ...
King tops Greenwich Academy for second straight FAA softball title
Greenwich Time
But in Tuesday's Fairchester Athletic Association softball championship game against Greenwich Academy, the King school coach switched her two junior ...
Greenwich girls lacrosse team remembers Renee Spellman
Greenwich Time
By David Fierro The success that the Greenwich High School girls lacrosse program has enjoyed the past two decades stems from the dedication and guidance ...

The Latest Greenwich Blog Posts:

We'll always have Paris – or Greenwich « For What It's Worth
By christopherfountain
Here's looking at Tod's, Kid. Dickie Fuld, late of Lehman, Nantucket and Jupiter Island, Florida, is putting his New York City co-op up for sale – yours for just $32 million. ...
For What It's Worth - http://christopherfountain.wordpress.com/
Greenwich RTC going to Gingrich event in Stamford – Our Greenwich
By franktrotta
As first reported here on April 9, former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives and author, Newt Gingrich will be at the Stamford Marriott on June ...
Our Greenwich - http://ourgreenwich.com/


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05/20/09 The Raw Greenwich News Feed:High Noon Edition

The Latest Greenwich News Briefs:

Nestle Waters North America Teams Up With Keep America Beautiful ...
(press release)
GREENWICH, Conn
. , With the unofficial start of summer just around the corner, consumers increasingly reach for packaged beverages to ...
Try drinking your greens on a cleansing liquid diet
Green Right Now - Los Angeles,CA
Dr. Odysseas Kostas in Greenwich, Conn., has experience as both a general practitioner and ER physician; he stresses staying away from commercial diets such ...
WR Berkley Corporation Declares Dividend
(press release)
GREENWICH, Conn
., WRB Quote Chart News PowerRating -- WR Berkley Corporation (NYSE:WRB) announced today that its ...
Vermont muscles into league's top tier
New England Hockey Journal - Quincy,MA
Still, Gibbons should be counted on to lead, and the emergence of the freshman class, led by Cam Atkinson (Greenwich, Conn.), ought to have BC ready to ...
OpenTable set to end IPO drought in the Valley
San Jose Mercury News - CA,
If not Thursday, then "one of these days," said Kathy Smith, principal at Rennaissance Capital, a Greenwich, Conn.-based research firm that tracks IPOs. ...
Inconsistent injuries in fatal car accident prompts police ...
Lower Hudson Journal news
Corna, who was visiting friends in Greenwich, Conn., crashed a rented Toyota into the north corner abutment of the Metro North bridge driving southbound on ...
ABC News
Madoff Feeder Fund Sued for $3.2 Billion
ABC News
The firm's founder Noel has a mansion in Greenwich, Conn. as well as a fabulous hilltop retreat on the private Caribbean island of Mustique. ...
Bay Biz Buzz: Strong appetitite for Open Table's IPO
Inside Bay Area - Oakland,CA
... young business with less revenue than other companies that went public this year, said Paul Bard, an analyst at Renaissance Capital in Greenwich, Conn. ...
Greenwich Firm Shops Multi-Strategy Maiden Offering
FINalternatives
Ascend Capital Partners, a new Greenwich, Conn.-based hedge fund, is shopping its maiden fund to prospective hedge fund seeders. The multi-strategy Ascend ...

The Latest Greenwich Real Estate Blog Posts:

Ex-Lehman Chief Said to Shop New York Co-op - DealBook Blog ...
By By DealBook
And Charles O. Prince, the former head of Citigroup, reportedly had some trouble finding a buyer for his country estate in Greenwich, Conn
., last year. Go to Article from The New York Observer ». Previous post Regions Seeks $1.25 ...
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Former Lehman honcho Dick Fuld quietly lists his 16-room apartment ...
By Bob Goldsborough
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Celebrity Real Estate Homes Blog... - http://www.bergproperties.com/blog/


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05/20/09 The Raw Greenwich News Feed: Overnight Edition

The Latest Greenwich News Briefs:

H1N1 update: 3 new confirmed cases, including Easton, Greenwich ...
Stamford Plus Magazine
Positive results for H1N1 flu were confirmed today at the department's Public Health Laboratory for residents of Easton, Greenwich and Manchester. ...
St. Luke's tops Greenwich Academy for second straight FAA softball ...
Greenwich Time
But in Tuesday's Fairchester Athletic Association softball championship game against Greenwich Academy, the King School coach switched her two junior ...
Nude Seymour, Naughty Santa Featured at Greenwich Brant Museum
Bloomberg
The Post said Seymour, a former Victoria's Secret model, has moved into the maid's quarters of their Greenwich mansion. Yet she's prominently displayed in ...

Greenwich girls lacrosse grounds Falcons
Norwalk Advocate
By David Fierro

Hana Bowers has played in many memorable postseason games during her four years on the Greenwich High School girls lacrosse team, ...

Greenwich package store is a homecoming for owner
Norwalk Advocate
By Michael C. Juliano

Chris Larson, a Greenwich native, in mid-April opened up Dumpling Pond Wines & Liquor at 340 Palmer Hill Road. ...

Greenwich girls tennis finishes undefeated regular season
Greenwich Time
For Greenwich girls tennis coach Betsy Underhill the question was could her team -- which had gone undefeated each of the past two years -- run-the-table ...
Zarnik shuts out Greenwich, 7-0
Ridgefield Press
Dan Zarnik continued his impressive season, pitching a six-hit shutout as the Ridgefield High baseball team defeated Greenwich, 7-0, on Monday. ...
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