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Monday, March 15, 2010

03/15/10 Greenwich Post Breaking News





Covering the news of Greenwich, Connecticut


Breaking News




CL&P projects power to be back online to 99% of Greenwich customers by Thursday.

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03/15/10 Greenwich Police Department Press Release

Please see attachment.

I will be back on the office on Tuesday, March 16, 2010

(See attached file: Robbery on Railroad Avenue.pdf)

Lt Lieutenant Daniel Allen
Greenwich Police Department
Public Information Officer
11Bruce Place
Greenwich, CT 06830
Tel. 203-618-8819
Fax 203-618-8852

PRESS RELEASE:

On March 12, 2010 at approximately 11:06 P.M., the Greenwich Police Department received an emergency 911 telephone call reporting that a victim had been robbed at knife point on Railroad Avenue.

The preliminary investigation has revealed that the victim had exited the Metro North Commuter Railroad Station and was walking on Railroad Avenue when he was confronted by two subjects, one brandishing a knife and demanding money.

During the robbery, the victim resisted and the two subjects punched him repeatedly.

The victim sustained non-life threateningfacial contusions and lacerations.

The subjects are described as follows:

Two black males in their late teens or early 20’s, approximately 5’9, medium builds, wearing down jackets, one green and one beige or white in color, and wearing baseball caps.

The two subjects stole cash and a cell phone from the victim.

The subjects were last seen running westbound on Railroad Avenue towards Arch Street.

The Greenwich Police Department Criminal Investigations Division isrequesting anyone with information pertaining to this investigationto contact Detective Timothy Biggs at 203-622-8053 or 203-622-8004.

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03/15/10 READER SUBMITTED COMMENTS: Where are the crews?

I haven't seen a working utility crew in 2 days.

What is going on?

Name Withheld By Request

Comment:
They recently fired a lot of DPW workers.
You now have less boots on the ground
The good news is that Greenwich home owners saved 1/10th of 1 percent
in their mill rate by firing those DPW workers.
There are only about 30 some Connecticut Light And Power crews in town.
The remaining DPW works are having to spend a great deal of time
keeping the traffic light batteries charged on the post road.
Governor Jody M Rell needs to get the Connecticut DOT road crews in town now that she has declared a state of emergency.
Can't Governor Rell call in CT National guard troops now that an emergency has been declared?
Oh, wait we forgot?
Were too busy spending a Billion dollars a day fighting two senseless wars and rebuilding the middle east.
It is a shame that we are not spending a Billion dollars a day rebuilding and employing America.

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03/15/10 ALL SCHOOLS CLOSED - Tuesday 3/16

All Schools Closed:
Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Most of our schools are without power at this time. The Town emergency
crews are working to clear the roads and CL&P is bringing in crews from
throughout the region to assist in restoring power as rapidly as possible.


The Superintendent of Schools attends daily Town emergency planning
meetings and is updated regularly on the progress being made. The
Superintendent will make decisions about the opening status of the schools
one day at a time as information becomes available.

Please continue to check the web site, phone messages, local media, etc. as you are able to
for updated information. Thank you for your patience and cooperation during this extraordinary time. Be safe, drive carefully and avoid ANY loose wires.


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

www.greenwichschools.org

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

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03/15/10 The Raw Greenwich Blog Or RSS Feed

Hartford Courant's Greenwich RSS Feed
Storm Death Toll Up To 3, More Than 50,000 Without Power - Cleanup has begun in the wake of a weekend storm that killed three people in Connecticut. As of 9 a.m., more than 54,000 Connecticut Light & Power customer...

Greenwich, CT Weather from Weather Underground
Current Conditions : 45.3F, Light Rain - 12:26 PM EDT Mar. 15 - Temperature: 45.3°F Humidity: 85% Pressure: 29.62in (Rising) Conditions: Light Rain Wind Direction: NE Wind Speed: 4.0mph

The Twits At The Greenwich Time Are On Twitter
GreenwichTime: Gov. Rell says storm damage almost as bad as a tornado. -

Topix - Greenwich News RSS Feed
Inside Of Greenwich Reports: Drugs Remain A Problem In Greenwich - *Over the years, drug use in Greenwich has risen significantly* What use to be a small problem has developed in a larger one. This issue is not made publ...

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter
"Middle Class," "White Collar," "Educated." - And out of work. - Much of the terminology we, including the media, used to rely on to categorize America is irrelevant. Among those terms are: Middle class, white collar, and ...

"Greenwich, Conn" - Google News
Deadly storm moves into New England - UPI.com - Boston Globe *Deadly storm moves into New England* *UPI.com* Conn., and a third woman in *Greenwich, Conn*. A man in Hartsdale, NY, died when a tree crushe...

The Daily Spurgeon
A faith which will not retreat - Brethren beloved in the Lord, believe that all things work together for your good, and that if you are commanded by conscience and God’s word to do that ...

Tribune Company's Greenwich News RSS Feed
Weekend Storm Hits Coast Especially Hard; Two Dead - Tens of thousands of Connecticut residents remained without power Sunday after heavy rain and high winds whipped the state over the weekend, toppling trees...

Greenwich Post News Feed
Storm wreaks havoc, leaves 17000+ in dark, cancels school - Greenwich Post - Greenwich Post *Storm wreaks havoc, leaves 17000+ in dark, cancels school* *Greenwich Post* *Greenwich* was left a mess after a Noreaster pummeled the region...

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03/15/10 Greenwich Post Breaking News





Covering the news of Greenwich, Connecticut


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Police release name of woman killed by falling trees during the storm.

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03/15/10 The Greenwich First Selectman Report

The Latest News Reports About Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei

Violent storm kills 6 in Northeast
USA Today
The town's first selectman, Peter Tesei, declared a state of emergency after 60% of Greenwich electrical customers were plunged into darkness. ...
Cleanup begins after massive power outage due to storm
Danbury News Times
"We don't know how long it will be but the first priority is to clear the main routes," said First Selectman Peter Tesei. Tesei declared a state of ...

Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei In The Blogosphere

Greenwich Roundup: 03/15/10 RETRO WEEK:
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First Selectman Peter Tesei is going to bat for the reinstatement of funding for the town's emergency management coordinator post, the fate of which will be determined in the upcoming week during budget deliberations. ...
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Recently Updated Web Pages About Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei


Fallen tree kills... Facebook First Selectman Peter Tesei declared a state of emergency at 1:40 a.m. as the storm plunged about 60 percent of the town's CL&P's customers into darkness. ...
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Greenwich Roundup - This is First Selectman Peter Tesei and this call is to advise you that due to the aftermath of the extreme weather conditions we have ...
Stamford activates ER command center; thousands still without ...
Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei declared a state of emergency at 1:40 a.m. as the storm plunged about 60 percent -- or a little over 17000 -- of the ...
Cleanup begins after massive power outage due to storm ...
"We don't know how long it will be but the first priority is to clear the main routes," said First Selectman Peter Tesei. ...
Fierce storm kills 2, cuts power to 80000 - Norwalk Citizen
Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei expressed irritation with those who decided to walk or drive as emergency crews dealt with the cleanup. ...




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03/15/10 Just Shoot Me, Because It's Time For Susie

Why Wont Hearst Newspaper Editor David McCumber Fire Susie Costaregni And Hire A Real Reporter Who Will Cover Important Issues In Greenwich

STOP THE PRESSES !!!!!!

By Susie "The Dish" Costaregni
The Greenwich Time

Scene ... Greenwich resident and former New York Knicks guard Allan Houston was seen Monday afternoon at Versailles Patisserie on Greenwich Avenue....

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03/15/10 Greenwich Post Breaking News





Covering the news of Greenwich, Connecticut


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Gov. Rell declares Greenwich to be in a state of emergency following the weekend's monster storm.

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03/15/10 Greenwich Roundup Has A New Reporter

Inside Of Greenwich Has Just Filed The First Of Many Reports....

You Can See The First Introductory Report Here:

Drugs remain a problem in Greenwich

Currently, Inside Of Greenwich Is Working On A Report About Rampant Drug Use History At A Certain Greenwich Day Camp.

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Drugs Remain a problem in Greenwich

Over the years, drug use in Greenwich has risen significantly. What use to be a small problem has developed in a larger one. This issue is not made public by school officials or the Greenwich Time yet remains severely unresolved. Greenwich High School which may seem like an other high school in fact has been a main part of the problem where drugs can be easily accessed on a regular basis. An article was recently posted in the Greenwich Time, regarding drug sniffing dogs coming into the school to conduct searches. To many, this may seem like a normal procedure, when in fact it is not. Drug and other substances are in fact trafficked at the high school, which I am sure school officials are aware of but have done nothing, in order to keep the "Greenwich High Image" in tact. If many people think drug use is not an issue, or dealers being located in Greenwich, then how do you explain Federal Agents raiding houses in Greenwich? This a issue that has been well hidden among local media and town officials. This drug use does not only pertain to marijuana which is heavily used by a large amount of younger residents in town, but other drugs as well such as cocaine have been in use as well. Residents may wonder how one comes to the conclusion, but when you live here and you know where to get drugs and you don't even go to the high school or college there is obviously a problem. I strongly believe this is an issue that had been covered up, and should be focused on more.

03/15/10 RETRO WEEK: Last Week's Greenwich Time News Reports

Schools chief 'chagrined' over recommended budget cut
While the amount is small compared to the $4 million in reductions made to board's budget this year, Freund said the cuts would crimp his ability to put savings toward projects that help students without creating costs down the road. School officials had hoped to spend...

Falling tree kills backcountry woman on way to dinner
A 61-year-old woman was killed after a tree struck her on the head as she and her husband walked in their northeast Greenwich neighborhood during the storm Saturday night. Police did not release the woman's name pending notification of additional family members. The ...

Cleanup begins after massive power outage due to stormThe Saint Claire Avenue resident said an official -- she couldn't recall if it was a town employee or a CL&P employee -- stopped in Sunday to check the damage on the street and told them where they stood on the pecking order. The damage was similar across town as trees...

Lions Club holds 50th pancake fry
The Lions also raise money with a citrus sale each fall, and other fundraisers, said Hunter Marvel, a past president and master of ceremonies for the pancake fry. During the event, the Lions handed out checks to various community organizations, including ...

Dogs make kids eager to read tales
Brasil, a 3-year-old whippet owned by Darien resident Don Smith, was one of three certified therapy dogs who visited the library as part of a program designed to help children improve their reading skills. The idea behind the Reading Education Assistance Dogs program, ...

Murder suspect sent to ER; trial set to resume Monday
Gerardo Lombardi, of 38 Nicholas Ave., was taken to the emergency room during a scheduled lunch recess around 1 p.m., officials said, where he was expected to remain into Friday evening depending on his condition. Prior to the unexpected interruption, Lombardi's defense...

Tesei to press BET to reinstate funds for emergency management post
First Selectman Peter Tesei is going to bat for the reinstatement of funding for the town's emergency management coordinator post, the fate of which will be determined in the upcoming week during budget deliberations. The town created the post in the wake of the 9/11 ...

GHS students show spirit in second annual 'House Olympics'
The Greenwich High School senior was just a few seconds into one of the pastry-eating competitions held in the student center Friday when, he said, his "primal instincts" took hold. Wesley was one of hundreds of GHS students blowing off steam from their studies with ...

GHS students show spirit in second annual 'House Olympics'
The Greenwich High School senior was just a few seconds into one of the pastry-eating competitions held in the student center Friday when, he said, his "primal instincts" took hold. Wesley was one of hundreds of GHS students blowing off steam from their studies with...

Police blotter
Four women were arrested after a fight broke out in Byram Wednesday night, including a 42-year-old Greenwich woman who was charged in connection with another fight at Greenwich High School two days earlier, police said. The arrests came after officers were called to the area of Church and South Water streets on the report of a group of females fighting in the street, according to the police report. According to police reports...

BOE committee formed to explore private money for GHS project
A new board committee empaneled Thursday night -- dubbed the "GHS Music Instructional Space and Auditorium Project Funding and Guidelines Committee" -- will consider a wide array of ideas for using private financing to complement public funding for construction costs ...

BOB HORTON: Will the 'Greenwich Four' answer the call for affordable housing?
By my count, four Greenwich residents are running for either governor or U.S. senator this fall, which puts the town squarely in the political spotlight. All this attention could have some unintended and potentially embarrassing consequences for the local candidates ...

Town doles out nearly $340,000 a year in longevity bonuses to tenured employees
Nearly two-thirds of all nonschool municipal employees are poised to collect bonuses this year rewarding them for their longevity on the job, part of an array of concessions that town negotiators say that they will re-examine as union contracts come up for renewal....

Archery club shoots down cell tower proposal
The spot was the latest to be shot down for the controversial project, which has led to protest from residents as well as parents who are worried about the health effects from their children's exposure to electromagnetic radiation. T-Mobile's initial proposal last year...

Border toll proposal calls for camera system
An expected drop in petroleum tax revenues due to more fuel-efficient hybrid cars adds urgency to Connecticut's discussion of tolls and other new ways to fund transportation projects, according to state Rep. Antonio "Tony" Guerrera, D-Rocky Hill. ...

Investigators eye heart ailment as trigger of crash that killed DTC head David Roberson
Investigators looking into the fatal crash involving David Roberson on his way home from the Representative Town Meeting Monday night are keying in on a pre-existing heart defect that has been confirmed by an autopsy. Roberson, 42, was found to have cardiomyopathy...

Lawyer pushes for hospital to release records in drug case
An attorney representing eight women in a class-action lawsuit against Greenwich Hospital for its handling of a drug-addicted surgeon demanded an explanation from hospital lawyers Wednesday on why they are withholding nearly 300 pages of records and keeping him from ...

Greenwich Academy offers mea culpa on tree cutting
Neighbors argued that the trees were an effective barrier and also prevented headlights from vehicles parked at the school from shining on Patterson Avenue residents. Randall Huffman, president of the Maher-Patterson Avenue Association, asked the zoning commission to ...

GHS math math team looks to repeat
Greenwich High School teacher Gordon Jones hopes those numbers add up to trophy No. 2 for the GHS math team in the annual state math league championships next month. The statewide competition pits hundreds of students from the top high school math teams in Connecticut ...

Easton first selectman in 4th District race
With $300,000 already in his war chest from personal funds, family and friends, the Stamford native said while he respects the five other candidates for the GOP nomination, he believes his "unique combination of public and private sector experience and organizational ...

Easton first selectman in 4th District race
With $300,000 already in his war chest from personal funds, family and friends, the Stamford native said while he respects the five other candidates for the GOP nomination, he believes his "unique combination of public and private sector experience and organizational ...

Residents squabble over Luca's Steakhouse renovations
Stewart Napoleon, a longtime opponent of the plan, said he has been dealing with the project for years as a resident of a condominium complex at 20 Church St. -- across the street from the eatery -- and that he is exasperated by the time it's taken to be decided.....

Zoning commission approves plan for site of former Cos Cob power plant
If all goes according to plan the approximately 9.7-acre waterfront site off Sound Shore Drive could be ready for use in a couple of years, according to Amy Siebert, the town's commissioner of public works. If the DEP issues a permit in the next couple of months, the ...

Cell tower ban backers praise RTM vote
A backer of a Representative Town Meeting resolution Monday on cell towers said it sends a strong signal to state officials that the town doesn't want cell towers looming over schools. The resolution on the cell tower ban near schools, crafted by the District 12...

School opinion poll goes digital
For the first time this year, school officials plan to give the biennial Harris Interactive Schools Poll to most parents as an online survey, rather than the paper polls it gave in 2006 and 2008. School officials said they expect to save more than $10,000 in labeling, ...

United Way gives out special funds as nonprofits continue to struggle
To help service organizations still struggling to meet the needs of residents while waiting for the economy to recover, the United Way of Greenwich has awarded $50,000 in special grants to six nonprofits, an effort the agency hopes to continue. The grants are designed ...

Western principal promoted to assistant superintendent
Western principal promoted to assistant superintendent Recently honored as the state's principal of the year, the Western Middle School principal was named Tuesday as the school district's new assistant superintendent for curriculum, instruction and professional learning...

RTM moderator angered over vote rules
The head of the Representative Town Meeting lashed out Monday night when his authority to cast tie-breaking votes on legislative business, including the election of officers, was called into question by rank-and-file members. Byrne earlier argued that the 230-member ...

Himes hits fitness circuit to tout effect of stimulus package
Rep. Jim Himes got a physical-fitness stimulus package Monday, powering through a punishing cardio session of spinning, stair climbing and calisthenics at the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich. DeAngelo led the congressman's 10-minute workout Monday that included 20 jumping...

Weekend rash of burglaries tied to January spree
Detective Timothy Powell said patrol officers had not yet completed the reports in each case, so he was not able to release details about the break-ins. On Jan. 14, police said someone damaged a side door that led to a porch on Highland Farm Road and ransacked the home...

New report cards on hold
A new report card originally slated to be introduced at every public elementary school last school year will not be unveiled until fall 2011, after school officials have fine-tuned it to be more comprehensive, district administrators said. While their plan initially ...

Visiting the selectmen's office? Say the magic password
Visitors to the selectmen's office suite at Town Hall must now be buzzed in by the receptionist, using a recently installed red telephone outside the front door. A video camera was also mounted on the ceiling above the phone to give Tesei's aides a birds-eye view of ...

Allegations fly between store owners and landlord
A feud between the owners of a dry cleaning business and their commercial landlord is heating up in state Superior Court as allegations fly over alleged kickback money and harassing behavior, according to recently filed court documents. Won Yong Ha and Eun Ha, two residents...

Town asks for cooperation with annual canvass of all registered voters
The town sent nearly 41,000 forms printed in both English and Spanish recently to every registered voter as part of the annual canvass, which is required by law. Residents have 30 days to respond to the canvass, which asks them to check one of several boxes to indicate...

From GOP to GDI, Greenwich shows an independent streak
Republicans, who once held a decisive advantage in party registration, are seeing that margin chipped away by unaffiliated voters. A Republican for more than 40 years, Cooper left the party in 2008 to become an independent after what he perceived to be the political ...

Unified dispatch center working well despite minor glitches
In January 2009, 16 civilian public safety dispatchers underwent training to handle fire-related calls for the merged center. Prior to the switch, firefighters dispatched calls themselves, while civilian dispatchers were only responsible for handling calls for police ...

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03/15/10 TOPIX: Comment On, "Fallen tree kills woman in Greenwich" And Other Greenwich News Stories

Topix Greenwich
Greenwich News - March 15, 2010
Fallen tree kills woman in Greenwich (News Times)
A woman has died after she was hit by a fallen tree in backcountry Greenwich as a fierce storm ripped through the area, according to police.

Storm wreaks havoc in Greenwich (theoriginalgreenwichdiva)
A nor'easter ripped through Greenwich, Connecticut last night leaving many trees and electrical wires down. Heavy rains and winds brought down many trees and electrical wires leaving thousands of residents in the dark. Around 6:00 p.m. I was returning home from New Jersey and it took me over an hour to make what should have been a 2 minute ride from the Merritt Parkway to my home, which is in the backcountry section of town. The main road to my home, Round Hill Road, was blocked with down trees and wires, and, the alternative routes, Riversville Road, John Street and Will Merry Road were also blocked making it difficult for me to make it home. When I got to my street I was shocked and pleased that the power was still on. By the time I finally made it to my home the first damage assessment that I saw were two 20-foot trees sitting in the courtyard of my driveway. Late last night and early this morning the town used its high tech reversible emergency phone system, which automatically calls all phone numbers in Greenwich, with a message asking residents to stay indoors, for the safety of the emergency workers and residents. more....

Multitude of Greenwich candidates (The Day)
What if Connecticut held an election this November and all the major candidates were from Greenwich? It could happen.

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03/15/10 The Raw Greenwich News Feed: Overnight Eddition

The Latest News Reports From Greenwich

Greenwich Post
Storm wreaks havoc, leaves 17000+ in dark, cancels school
Greenwich Post
Greenwich was left a mess after a Noreaster pummeled the region bringing with it high winds and heavy rain. Trees and wires are down all over town, ...
Danbury area dries out
Danbury News Times
In Greenwich, a 61-year-old woman died after she was hit by a tree at about 6:30 pm while walking with her husband in the backcountry area of Boulder Brook ...
Storm in northeastern US kills 6
CBC.ca
One woman died when a falling tree struck her as she was walking late Saturday in Greenwich, Conn., police said. Another woman was killed in Westport, ...
Community General Hospital VP dies in storm
NewsChannel 9 WSYR
Another woman died when a tree struck her as she was walking in Greenwich, Conn., they said. Authorities in the suburb of Teaneck, NJ, said two neighbors ...
College Notebook
Greenwich Time
By Bob Kennedy, Correspondent Gabrielle Geronimos (Greenwich) had five goals and an assist, Kacie Johnson (Wilton) added a goal and four assists and Taylor ...
Global Financial Crisis
Stamford Plus Magazine
Refreshments are courtesy of the Greenwich Library, a co-sponsor of the program. Great Decisions, a program of the Foreign Policy Association, is presented ...
Nobel Winner Sharpe's Firm Prices IPO Cheaper Than Morningstar
Bloomberg
"This definitely seems like a company that should be able to grow the bottom line rapidly," said Nick Einhorn, an analyst at Greenwich, Connecticut-based ...
Howling Nor'easter Knocks Out Power To Over 500K
WCVB-TV
... also killed in storm-related accidents Connecticut police say a woman died when a falling tree struck her as she was walking late Saturday in Greenwich. ...
McMahon scoreboard destroyed by weekend's high winds
The Hour
... Joseph in the regular season opener on Wednesday, April 7, at 7:15 pm The girls play their first game at home on April 9, at 7 pm, against Greenwich. ...
Storms cause power outages in Southwest Connecticut, Flood warning for ...
Torrington Register Citizen
The Southwest part of the state looks to be hit the hardest, as Stamford, Norwalk and Greenwich have more than 10000 reported customers still with out power ...

Greenwich In The Blogosphere

Director Corporate Citizenship (Greenwich, CT)
By Annika Maschwitz
Director Corporate Citizenship (Greenwich, CT)
CSR NEWS csr-news.net » LANGUAGES - http://csr-news.net/main/
BREAKING NEWS: Greenwich Schools Closed Monday- Town asks ...
By franktrotta
Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Sidney Freund made the decision earlier today to close all Greenwich Schools tomorrow, Monday. With about 50% of the Town still without power or telephone service, getting the word out to parents could be ...
Our Greenwich - http://ourgreenwich.com/
Christine Negroni ON: Big bad storm in my little town
By Christine Negroni
By dawn Sunday, Greenwich town leaders declared a state of emergency. Hundreds of trees uprooted in the storm ripped down power lines, smashed through homes and garages and blocked roads. Eighteen thousand people are without power in ...
Christine Negroni ON - http://christinenegroni.blogspot.com/
Beverly Hills Homes for Sale Beverly Hills Real Estate - High-end ...
Billionaire tax cheat Leona Helmsley loved a good bargain. So, were she still around, the late hotelier might appreciate recent happenings at her Greenwich, Conn., estate known as Dunnellen Hall.
The Beverly Hills Pulse on Real Estate - http://beverlyhills.pulseonrealestate.com/
Post-snow, Northeast mops up from wind-driven rain ...
By admin
Another woman died when a tree struck her as she was walking in Greenwich, Conn., they said. In the suburb of Teaneck, N.J., two neighbors were killed by a falling tree as they headed home from a prayer service at a synagogue. ...
The Daily Caller - Breaking News,... - http://dailycaller.com/
Rain And Wind Storm Hits The State; Changing Of The Interim Guard ...
By newhartfordplus
I am also asking motorists in the Stamford, Norwalk and Greenwich areas to stay off the roads if possible and to absolutely avoid areas where trees are down and power is out. "In the coming days my Administration will work with the ...
newhartfordplus.com - http://newhartfordplus.com/

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As of 3:30 p.m. Norwalk, Darien, Greenwich, New Canaan, Stamford and Westport have all canceled classes for Monday. House Republican Leader Lawrence F. ...



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