Greenwich News - July 26, 2010
Comptroller Nancy Wyman Facing Simsbury First Selectman Mary Glassman ... (The Hartford Courant)Comptroller Nancy Wyman Facing Simsbury First Selectman Mary Glassman In Debate on WNPR At 9 a.m. Today Comptroller Nancy Wyman will face Simsbury First Selectman Mary Glassman on the radio today in the first formal debate of the season for the lieutenant governor candidates.
Ride for life: Police lead cyclists into Greenwich in ALS fundraiser (Connecticut Post)Last year, Richard Cochran biked hundreds of miles with a broken elbow. This year, the police lieutenant cycled 45 miles in frigid rain one day, only to ride in 100-degree heat the next.
Former Lamont Employee Claimed Racial Bias In 2002 Lawsuit (WTIC-TV Hartford)Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ned Lamont, locked in an Aug. 10 primary battle with former Stamford Mayor Dan Malloy, was sued in 2002 by a black former executive in his cable television company who claimed that he'd been mistreated on the basis of race, federal court records show.
GEMS hosting first aid courses for housing authority residents (Connecticut Post)Last summer, Greenwich Emergency Medical Service offered CPR/First Aid training session for residents in Armstrong Court.
Friday ETF Wrap-Up: UNG Falls, IWO Rises (ETF Investor)U.S. equity markets rose for the second straight day as the Dow and Nasdaq posted 1% gains and the S&P 500 ended higher by 0.8% to finish the week above the 1,100 mark.