Greenwich News - May 4, 2010
Lamont's wealth appealing to some Democrats (Connecticut Post)With the party's nomination convention less than three weeks away, some Democratic Party nominating delegates and officials are leaning toward Greenwich millionaire Ned Lamont because of a view that they need the Greenwich millionaire's wealth to compete in the general election in November.
Deirdre Imus will speak to Friends of Autistic People (The Wilton Bulletin)Friends of Autistic People and the Audubon Greenwich will present author, philanthropist and childrena TMs health advocate Deirdre Imus tonight, May 3, at 7 p.m. at the Audubon Greenwich Center at 613 Riversville Road.
Fed Says Most Banks Didn't Tighten Lending Standards (BusinessWeek)Most banks in the U.S. didn't tighten lending standards during the first quarter, according to a Federal Reserve survey that signals a possible thaw in bank credit.
Former Greenwich Pharmacist Sentenced to 14 Months in Federal Prison for Health Care Fraud (Criminal Justice Online)May 3, 2010 - Nora R. Dannehy, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that JOBY GEORGE, 35, of Cliffwood, New Jersey, was sentenced today by United States District Judge Mark R. Kravitz in New Haven to 14 months of imprisonment, followed by two years of supervised release.
Protests In Greenwich Aimed At Senators (WSTC-AM Norwalk)There were protests in Greenwich Sunday as Senator Joe Lieberman hosted a fundraiser for embattled Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid.
Suckerpunched by Faux Gov. Candidate Mary Glassman: Rick Green | CT Confidential (The Hartford Courant)Mary Glassman, who sat in a Simsbury Starbucks back in February and earnestly told me she was something different, that she was proudly not a member of the millionaire boys club, who pledged that there was no way she was just running for lieutenant governor? Why she is expected to join the gubernatorial candidate Ned Lamont, the Greenwich ...
Protesters demonstrate against Reid and Lieberman (Connecticut Post)Mary Babinski, second from the right, from North Branford, and others lined up on Meadow Lane in Greenwich, to protest Sen.