Greenwich - News August 29, 2011
In the wake of Irene, there were relatively few signs of havoc in Greenwich by Sunday afternoon.
(The Daily Greenwich)
... if you have a relative who is threatening to go out, take the keys away.'' Malloy noted that Interstate 95 between Greenwich and Stonington was not closed, except to tractor trailers that were banned statewide at 7 a.m. Sunday. When asked about the ...
(The Hartford Courant)
... in recent memory, and crews will likely take days to restore all power. With large numbers of downed trees from Greenwich to Old Saybrook , state and local officials will be working overtime in the coming days to restore the state to normalcy. ...
Half of Greenwich without Power; School Canceled
At 9 p.m. Sunday, about half of Greenwich's homes- 13,684 in total-remained without power, according to Connecticut Light & Power.
Storm Abating; Residents Allowed to Return to Homes
Greenwich town officials released the following statement at 3:30 p.m. today: The eye of Hurricane Irene has passed over Greenwich; however the Town is still experiencing lingering winds, flooding as well as numerous downed power lines and trees.
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