You Just Can't Trust The Corporate Owned Fox News Wanna-Be's Of Lower Fairfield County
Hearst Newspaper Editor David McCumber And His Reporters Ignore Greenwich Minority Families:
Almost 15% Of The Members Of Greenwich Society Are Minorities, Yet Not Even 1% Of The Voices Featured On The Pages Of The Greenwich Time Belong To The Minorities Who Reside In Our Town.
A Question For Hearst Newspaper President Steven Swartz:
In a town that chose Obama over McCain.
Why aren't the minority voices of Greenwich Society getting heard and quoted at the Hyper-Regional Greenwich Time?
Why Aren't 15% Of The Greenwich Times Pictures Featuring The Faces Of The Minority Members Of Greenwich Society?
Don't These Minority Members Of Greenwich Society Matter At The Hopelessly Biased Faux News Wanna-Be's Of Lower Fairfield County.
The Greenwich Time Is Not Fair Or Balanced When It's Reporters Refuse To Hear The Minority Voices Of Greenwich Society......
Intervention leads to drop in juvenile cases
HARTFORD -- Early intervention into the lives of troubled children has resulted in a 30 percent decrease in juvenile justice cases over the last four years, according to a new report that credits
Incoming 9th-graders to be required to verify town resident status
Students entering the ninth grade this fall won't have clearance to attend the high school unless their parents reverify their status as town residents over the summer, under a new rule.
Half million NYC flu cases estimated
NEW YORK -- The New York City Health Department says that hundreds of thousands of city residents may have contracted swine flu. Roughly 6.9 percent of the 1,006 residents surveyed by the Health
Note To Hearst Newspaper Web Editor Jonathan Lucas:
"Main Head" Means This Is Whwere You Are Supposed To Insert The Greenwich Time Headline.......
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Retirement incentives sweet deal
Nearly 5 percent of town employees have signed up for a retirement incentive program, a number officials say is growing by the day as cost-minded decision makers look to cut payroll.
Database: More state lawmakers making financial sacrifices
A growing number of state legislators is taking voluntary pay cuts since state unions made concessions last month to help reduce the state budget deficit.
Camillo joins fight over North Mianus cell phone tower
A state representative said he's joining neighbors in their fight against a planned 80-foot tall cell tower in his district. "It's in an area that is too densely populated.
Top Dem leaders of coup investigated
NEW YORK -- If this week's overthrow of the New York state Senate manages to stick, the person sitting a heartbeat away from Gov. David Paterson is a man battling legal troubles, election violations
Woman's statements to be used in trial for boy's dehydration death
NEW HAVEN -- A Connecticut woman accused of lacing cups with hot sauce and refusing liquids to a toddler because he wet the bed will have her statements to police used against her in her
Boy Scouts honor Malcolm Pray
A well-known businessman whose fundraising enriched the local Boy Scout program by $2 million was honored for his efforts Wednesday. Malcolm Pray, 80, former owner of Pray Automobile in Greenwich .....
Fleeing car plows into Philly crowd, killing 3 children (AP)
A car fleeing a robbery scene and being chased by police Wednesday night jumped a curb and crashed into a crowd, killing three young children in front of their home and gravely injuring a woman, authorities said. "It's a tragedy," police Commissioner Charles Ramsey said
Chimney scam keeps residents on the alert
Marilyn Sharp became suspicious recently when a man called to let her know his company had bought out the contract to clean her Cos Cob home's boiler unit, and urged her to have the work done right
Politics may imperil youth work program
Because of inaction in the state legislature, 1,000 disadvantaged kids in the region might not get access to President Barack Obama's jobs program. As part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment
Choose outgoing message wisely
It's June, the month that for more than 25 or 30 years my wife, Gail, and I used to spend at Martha's Vineyard. We haven't been there for six years, but we'll see the island again soon
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