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Friday, May 22, 2009

05/22/09 READER SUBMITTED COMMENTS: Sam Robins Says "Where is your coverage?"

Why don't you guys have coverage of the home invasion in Cos Cob??

Greenwich Time had this up hours ago. I thought you guys are hyper local reporting???
Your asleep at the wheel it seems.
Dear Sam,
Greenwich Roundup is guilty as charged.
Greenwich Roundup is a real Citizen Journalist who is self employed as a building service contractor on nights weekends and holidays.
Since this is a holiday weekend night Greenwich Roundup is buried in work and has been responding to a flood of emails between jobs.
One mistake Greenwich Roundup made was that he accepted an offer to join Facebook today which created a lot of email traffic.
Then western middle school parents sent multiple copies of emails from the Western Middle School Principal's office about meetings, the Washington DC trip and the cancellation of the Middle School dance tonight.
This WMS Swine Flu story has taken a lot of time.
Then a CT State Republican party member alerted me to the three blogs that the local Greenwich State Representatives have. Representative Gibbons blog post was featured and all three of the blogs were added to the Raw Greenwich Blog Feed.
A kind Greenwich real estate professional in town, named Lynne Morell tweeted her contacts to check out Greenwich Roundup and this created a new flood of very nice emails from her friends and associates. Ms. Morell has quite a following that is very responsive to her tweets . I am going to try and incorporate her Greenwich Real Estate Tweets into the Raw Greenwich Blog Feed very soon.
Lastly Greenwich Roundup's Business Editor Blake Sturcke about the Greenwich Chamber Of Commerce event via his blackberry.
Throughout all of this Greenwich Roundup is weeding out a ton of spam.
Unfortunately, I did not have time to monitor the Greenwich Time web site and therefore did not see.....
By Debra Friedman
staff writer
Posted: 05/22/2009 06:01:11 PM EDT
Police are searching for three knife-wielding men in connection with a home invasion of a Cos Cob residence Friday afternoon.

Two victims were restrained at the Dandy Drive home while three Asian males in their mid-20s burglarized the residence before fleeing the scene, according to a press release.

Greenwich police received a 911 call at about 12:41 p.m. reporting that a "home invasion-type robbery," had just occurred and a large knife was used in the incident, police said.
Greenwich Roundup deploys a web scraping program that searches for Greenwich News as it occurs, but it has yet to pick up the Debra Friedman's posting.
When Greenwich Roundup checked google just a minute ago it had only discovered the Greenwich Time Story only 2 hours ago or at about 8:45 pm
Greenwich police searching for home invasion suspects
Greenwich Time - ‎2 hours ago‎
By Debra Friedman
Police believe it was a targeted crime and not a random act of violence.

One suspect is described as wearing a white shirt and black tie. The other two suspects were wearing jeans with dark color wind breaker type jackets, according to the release.
Shortly after 2 p.m. numerous Greenwich police cars could been seen leaving the area of Dandy Drive, rolling up yellow crime scene tape. Police at the scene declined to release any details about the incident.

Four men at the scene did not wish to speak about the incident.
Ideally, in a perfect world the Greenwich police Department would release the Greenwich Police Blotter in a fair and open manner, via email, to all Greenwich news sources. That is why many Greenwich residents have not read ......
"Police are asking anyone with information about the crime to contact the department's Criminal Investigations Division at 622-8054."
Just today Greenwich Roundup left a voicemail with Lt. Daniel Allen, the Greenwich Police Department's public information officer to include Greenwich Roundup on any emailed police alerts and press releases. Maybe this time the request will go through, because Greenwich Roundup called the non-emergency police number and pressed Greenwich Police Chief David Ridberg's Office extension. An employee transferred Greenwich Roundup to Lt. Daniel Allen's extension where he left a message.
Greenwich Roundup is not sure if Lt. Daniel Allen was in today, because of the holiday. After the holiday Greenwich Roundup intends to call and follow up with Lt. Allen and tell him that Police communications to Greenwich Roundup would be handled in the same manner as Greenwich Board Of Education Press releases are handled.
That is that they would be posted unedited and without comments.
What Lt. Allen sends out will be what will exactly appear on Greenwich Roundup.
There is an out of town attorney that has offered to assist Greenwich Roundup in getting access to this public information in the town of Greenwich.
This is actually, Greenwich Roundup's sixth request for the Police Departments routine public information. Greenwich Roundup had made requests to desk Sargent's, shift commanders, and the departments freedom of information officer in the past.
Each and every time Greenwich Roundup has made the same request to receive the same public information via email that all other Greenwich News sources receive.
However, to date the request has not been honored.
Now you know one of the reason's why Greenwich Roundup has a very dim view of how the Greenwich Police Department is administrated.
Even your email is complaining that you are looking for more news on the Cos Cob home invasion and not being able to find it at your news source, Greenwich Roundup.
Moreover, having public information selectively parceled out sets up a situation where a stabbing at Wilbur Peck Court is hidden from the single family homeowners of Greenwich for six days, because it was politically sensitive to the police brass who had just gotten more money for extra patrols at the housing complex.
During the next week Greenwich Roundup will be contacting the heads of individual town departments to be placed on the various media contact email lists .
Today a message was left with Charlene in First Selectman Peter Tesei's office, another message was left in Town Clerk Carmella Budkis;s Office, another message was left with Lenora Caserta at the parks Department, another message was left with Caroline Caderone in the Health Department, and other messages were left at voter registration and the Greenwich Library.
Hopefully each of these departments will stop withholding public information from Greenwich Roundup and add this news site to the various media contact lists.
Otherwise Greenwich Roundup may have to take individual Departments or the Town as a whole to court in the fall.
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05/22/09 WE FOUND A NEW GREENWICH BLOG: The Latest From Greenwich Represenitive Lile Gibbons

By jdooley

HARTFORD- Greenwich State Reps. Lile Gibbons (R-150), Livvy Floren (R-149) and Fred Camillo (R-151) are dismayed the state legislature refuses to address the issue of gasoline zone pricing which forces Greenwich to pay the highest gas ...

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05/22/09 Reader Submitted Comments: Twitter

Hello Greenwich Round Up~ I just told all my twitter followers to check out your site. My name is greenwichhomes on twitter. I give updates on the markets.

Kind regards,

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Dear Lynee,
I want to sincerely thank you for the support.
I will try and get on twitter very soon and add your tweets to
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Are twitter accounts linked to an RSS Feed?
yours tuely,
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05/22/09 Greenwich Post Breaking News

Covering the news of Greenwich, Connecticut

Breaking News

Greenwich Probate Judge David Hopper officially unsealed the transcript of the George Smith case today, allowing 2,200 pages of documents, photos and evidence to be released to the press and public next week.

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Seven Hours Later

FBI approves Smith records for release

By Debra Friedman

staff writer
Posted: 05/22/2009 10:32:01 PM EDT

After a lengthy review by federal officials, thousands of pages of court transcripts and evidence are set for release in the case of a Greenwich man who vanished while on his honeymoon cruise in 2005.

Attorneys for the family of George A. Smith IV and his widow Jennifer Hagel-Smith met in Greenwich Probate Court Friday morning for a status conference, where they confirmed the records will be distributed to the press sometime next week.

"About 98 percent of the transcripts and evidence will be released on a disc form," said Probate Court Judge David Hopper.

The records have gone through a long process of review with attorneys from both sides proposing redactions. Redactions have also been made by the FBI and the U.S. Attorney's Office, which currently have an open investigation into Smith's disappearance.

The records are expected to shine new light on a case long shrouded in mystery

Where is the Greenwich Citizen?


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05/22/09 SWINE FLU UPDATE: Inauguaral Ball dance at Western Middle School has been cancelled due to Swine Flu

Meeting Time Clarification

From: Stacey Gross

There seems to be some confusion regarding today's meetings. The 2:45 pm and the 6:00pm meeting are intended for parents of 8th graders attending the Washington DC trip next week in order to discuss the fact that the District is considering cancelling/postponing the DC trip.

***In addition, tonight's Inauguaral Ball dance at Western Middle School has been cancelled.

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05/22/08 BOE is seriously considering postponing and/or canceling the Western Middle School 8th grade trip to Washington, D.C

Greenwich Swine Flu Update

From: Gtacey Gross

For immediate release

We have been informed by the Greenwich Department of Health that in the 6th grade at Western Middle School – to date – there have been 19 negative rapid flu tests and 15 rapid flu tests are positive for some type of flu. The flu virus rapid tests cannot determine whether it is the H1N1 virus. The positive rapid tests have been sent to the State Department of Health for further testing. As we will not have the results from the State until mid to late next week, and with guidance from medical experts, the District is seriously considering postponing and/or canceling the Western Middle School 8th grade trip to Washington, D.C. next week. The school is in the process of contacting 8th grade parents now to discuss the situation.
There will be two meetings held at WMS today to discuss this situation. The first will be held at 2:45 pm and the second will be held at 6:00 pm. Thank you.
(Greenwich Public Schools)

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05/22/09 Greenwich Post Breaking News

Covering the news of Greenwich, Connecticut

Breaking News

The unofficial start of summer is this weekend, and according to the director of health, more than a dozen outdoor public pools will not be allowed to open to swimmers. That includes pools at country clubs and condominium associations that receive licenses from the town’s Department of Health.

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Greenwich Chamber Business / Culinary Showcase

Posted By Greenwich Roundup Business Editor Blake Sturcke

For Immediate Release

Media Contact: Georgetta L. Morque

Tamara M. Ketler

TMK Sports & Entertainment, LLC

3 River Avenue, Suite 2A

Greenwich, CT 06830

(914) 548-4209 cell

(203) 531-3047 office

Greenwich Chamber of Commerce Business & Culinary Showcase

May 28, 5:30 – 8:00 pm

Hyatt Regency-Greenwich

Summer Fashion Show and "Throwdown Chowder Challenge" to Highlight Event

Greenwich, Conn. – May 22, 2009 – In today's challenging economic environment, now, more than ever, is the time for businesses to promote their products and services and for individuals to make valuable connections through networking. An opportunity waits at the upcoming Greenwich Chamber of Commerce Business & Culinary Showcase at the Hyatt Regency-Greenwich, Thursday May 28, 2009, from 5:30 to 8:00 pm. Two new events – a fashion show of summer apparel and a "Throwdown Chowder Challenge" - will highlight this year's program. The showcase is expected to draw more than 65 exhibitors and 400 attendees.

Eight Greenwich retailers will feature the latest summer fashion looks and styles for both men and women, showcasing the most up-to-date outfits and accessories for both work and play. This special fashion show will be presented by Anne Fontaine, Brooks Brothers, COURAGE b., J. McLaughlin, Marietta C., Michael Kors, Out of the Box and Pamela Ferrari. Phyllis Ayman of How to Say it With STYLE will be the moderator.

Greenwich Deputy Chief/Fire Marshall Joseph H. Benoit, Jr. will create his specialty, Manhattan clam chowder, in the first annual "Throwdown Chowder Challenge," while Mary Ann Morrison, President and CEO of the Greenwich Chamber of Commerce, will whip up her family's famous cheese chowder. Investment Counselor Charles Mansfield will prepare his special corn and lobster chowder after weeks of perfecting his recipe. Chef Jean-Louis Gerin of Restaurant Jean-Louis,Bill Rosenberg, Executive Chef at F.I.S.H., and Chef Rafael Palomino of Greenwich Tavern, formerly Palomino, will choose the winning chowder. Folks attending the Business & Culinary Showcase will also have the opportunity to taste the chowders to make their own decision.

Along with these two new events, the showcase will also feature the area's top restaurants and caterers who will present their signature hors d'oeuvres and specialties. In addition to a variety of innovative exhibits, a number of exhibitors will feature the latest in "green" products and services. Banks, hotels, beauty salons, lawyers, doctors, transportation firms and utility companies are among the many categories of participating local businesses.

Participating restaurants and caterers include Avenida Restaurant, Bambou Asian Tapas and Bar, F.I.S.H., the Ginger Man Restaurant, Gofer Ice Cream, Le Gourmet Store/Restaurant Jean-Louis, Greenwich Tavern (formerly Palomino), Pomodoro Pizzeria & Trattoria, ShopRite Grade A Supermarkets, Solaia, Susan Kane Catering, Villarina Pasta and Catering and Winfield's at the Hyatt Regency-Greenwich.

"This event offers a great opportunity for individuals to make connections and develop new business relationships, which are critical in today's economy," said Morrison. "The showcase is a very cost-effective way to reach a large audience and our new special events this year add another dimension to the program, creating a more interesting format and featuring a variety of different types of businesses."

Exhibit space is still available with prices for Greenwich Chamber of Commerce members ranging from $350 to $500. The prices for non-members range from $750 to $900. After May 7, the price increases by $50. The deadline for exhibitors is May 12.

For attendees, the event promises to be upbeat and stimulating. Complimentary beverages, exciting door prizes, plus free parking are included. The cost to attend is $15 for Greenwich Chamber of Commerce members and $25 for non-members before May 14. After May 14, add $10 for both members and non-members.

The Greenwich Chamber of Commerce Business & Culinary Showcase is sponsored by the Hyatt Regency-Greenwich and Continental Fine Wines. Additional sponsors are Aquarion Water Company, Connecticut Light & Power, Connecticut Natural Gas and Fred Durante, Jr., General Contractors. Media sponsors include AM 1490 WGCH Radio, Greenwich Time and Moffly Media.

Continental Fine Wines is generously donating all the wine for the evening. "We will be serving both red and white wines, boutique in style, that are pleasing to the palate and also priced at a great value," said Frank Lugossy of Continental Fine Wines. Continental Fine Wines will also have a booth showcasing a wide selection of boutique wines that offer values at every price point. Nestle Waters North America is generously donating the water and also sponsoring a table for the Greenwich High School Energy Conservation Club. ShopRite Grade A Supermarkets is generously donating the soda. Seaside Design is providing all graphic design. Jeff Weber, Executive Vice President, Business TalkRadio, will serve as MC. TMK Sports & Entertainment is producing the event in coordination with the Greenwich Chamber of Commerce.

The Greenwich Chamber of Commerce, a non-profit business organization, has served Greenwich since 1917. The Chamber's mission is to encompass and promote the well-being of the entire business community within Greenwich while maintaining the town's residential integrity and enhancing the quality of life.

For sponsor and exhibitor information on the upcoming Greenwich Business & Culinary Showcase, please contact Tammi Ketler, TMK Sports & Entertainment, 203-531-3047 or TMKSandE@aol.com. To attend, register online at www.greenwichchamber.com. For further information, call the Greenwich Chamber of Commerce, 203-869-3500.

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05/22/09 The Raw Greenwich News Feed: Late Morning Edition

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05/22/09 The Greenwich Roundup News Machine Sets Another Record

This is your pilot speaking.....
We just hit 3,489 Unique Visitors in the last 24 Hours

A record local web crowd flocks to Greenwich Roundup

The results were clearly buoyed by Greenwich Roundup's strong local news coverage

Greenwich Roundup's web traffic delivery surged to these record level during the Western Middle School Swine Flu out break over the last two days

The day before we had 2,738 Unique Visitors

Two days ago we had 1,648 Unique Visitors

Independent Google Analytics also reports that Greenwich Roundup has also posted record traffic figures for page impressions.

Greenwich Roundup Once Again Shows The Local "Lamestream" Media How to Build a High-Traffic News Web Site (or Blog).

More and more and more Greenwich residents trust Greenwich Roundup to be there hyper-local news guide.

The average number of minutes a user spent yesterday on Greenwich Roundup averaged over 5 minutes, which is another yet another record.

Here At Greenwich Roundup we would like to sincerely thank our readers for thier continued a a growing patronage of our news website.
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05/22/09 The Raw Greenwich News Feed: Overnight Edition

An electron microscope image shows an A H1N1 "swine flu" virus culture obtained from a patient suffering from the international flu outbreak

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Swine flu confirmed in Greenwich schools
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School officials have confirmed the first known case of swine flu in a student in Greenwich Public Schools, the town health director and ...

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Does Closing Schools Halt the Spread of Flu?
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Swine flu hits Western student
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