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07/24/11 Pemberwick Day 2011 is slated for Oct. 8. The...

Pemberwick Day 2011 is slated for Oct. 8. The P'Day committee will be organized this Tues, 6:30 pm in the Yantorno Center. Anyone is invited to come or to send in suggestions: the band, food, games, dedication, exhibitions, etc. Contact me or Stella Roberto directly, or post them here.
Vince DiMarco 11:39pm Jul 24
Pemberwick Day 2011 is slated for Oct. 8. The P'Day committee will be organized this Tues, 6:30 pm in the Yantorno Center. Anyone is invited to come or to send in suggestions: the band, food, games, dedication, exhibitions, etc. Contact me or Stella Roberto directly, or post them here.

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07/24/11 The Greenwich First Selectman's Report

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'Washington' Attends Ribbon Reopening Ceremony at Palmer Hill Bridge
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Also pictured, left to right are Selectman Drew Marzullo; First Selectman Peter Tesei; Deputy Commissioner of Public Works David Thompson (behind von ...

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July 24, 2011: Bikes, Brunch, The Benton and CPR
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On Saturday, participants in the 270-mile bike ride from Newton, MA to Greenwich, CT left from their overnight stay at the University of Connecticut campus in Storrs, to begin Day 2 of the three-day ride. See the video, here. 3. ...

07/24/11 Former Craven man teaches dry stone walling to Americans and more news from the Greenwich Topix News Message Board

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Former Craven man teaches dry stone walling to Americans (Cravenherald.co.uk)
They are an iconic part of the Yorkshire Dales, but on the other side of the Atlantic they remain something of a mystery....

... stone walls to the Americans. Andrew Pighills, who has lived in Airton, Hellifield and Skipton, is now based in Greenwich, Connecticut, where he continues to use the skills learned growing up in the Craven countryside. Having devoted much of his ....

Hamden/North Haven LWV Receives National Training (Patch)
Two members of the Hamden/North Haven League of Women Voters were among 24 statewide selected to take part inA the Washington-based Ruth S. Shur Leadership Institute for a nationally funded development initiative....

... Nancy Donoghue of Canton, who will coach the Cheshire-Wallingford and Hamden-North Haven Leagues; Jara Burnett of Greenwich, who will coach the East Shore, Ridgefield, and Stamford Leagues; Christine Lodewick of Ridgefield, who will coach the ...

Caron, Gallo, Ballo, Elliott In Chase For Bangor Title : Tom Yantz | On the Tee (The Hartford Courant)
Four Connecticut players are in full chase of leader Taylor Stewart in the final round of the Greater Bangor Open Saturday.

... chase of leader Taylor Stewart (64--133) in the final round of the Greater Bangor Open Saturday. Jason Caron of Greenwich is tied for third (69--134). Kyle Gallo of Berlin, Mike Ballo of Stamford and John Elliott, formerly of Central Connecticut ...

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15 Percent Rail Fare Hike, Coming Down the Track (Patch)
What a way to celebrate an anniversary. As the CT Metro-North Rail Commuter Council marks its 25th year, Gov....

... would rise 15 percent. "The commuters are not happy," said state Rep. Fred Camillo , a Republican representing Greenwich in the 151st House District. However, if the hikes pass, they would be the first since 2005. "You'd be hard-pressed to find any ...

Woman finishes 140-mile walk across Conn. in Greenwich (NewsTimesLive)
A Connecticut woman has finished her walk across the state to raise money and awareness about the need for clean water....

... Russell, who grew up in Manchester, began her 140-mile walk last Saturday in Granby. She finished Friday night in Greenwich after walking earlier that day in temperatures that soared well over 100 degrees. The 22-year-old Russell is the founder of ...

Stamford Police Arrest Five People (The Daily Stamford)
STAMFORD, Conn- Stamford Police have jailed five people since Wednesday morning....

... was charged with illegal possession of narcotics, and sale of certain illegal drugs. a- Daniel Fuscaldo, 21, of Greenwich, was charged with illegal possession of narcotics. a- Michele Ann Tomczyk, 52, of Stamford, was charged with disorderly conduct ...

07'/24/11 Coming This Week on GCTV and more from Greenwich Patch


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Coming This Week on GCTV

Barbara Heins | Jul 24, 2011 | 0 Comments

imageGCTV - Channel 79 schedule for week of July 24.

Malloy, Union Leaders Reach Tentative Deal

David Moran | Jul 24, 2011 | 0 Comments

imageThe agreement, announced late Friday night, would close the state's $1.6 billion budget gap while averting layoffs for more than 6,500 state workers.

Man Struck by Lightning; Byram Robbery Suspect Caught

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imageUnusual arrests and investigations from the area.

DOT Defends MTA Rate Hike While Commuters Ask: Are New Fares Fair?

Cathryn J. Prince | Jul 24, 2011 | 0 Comments

imageThe railroad's first fare increase in six years is discussed. So is its quality of service.

On The Agenda This Week

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imageGovernment meetings scheduled for week of July 25, 2011. All meetings held at Greenwich Town Hall, 101 Field Point Rd., unless otherwise noted.

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07/24/11 Greenwich Musician Spreads a Passion for Jazz and more news from The Daily Greenwich

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Greenwich Musician Spreads a Passion for Jazz
by Anna Helhoski | 07/23/11

GREENWICH, Conn. -- When the jazz saxophonist and Greenwich resident Bennie Wallace was growing up in Chattanooga, T.N., he received a gift from music teacher Chet Hedgecock. And these days, he's doing all he can to pass that gift along to young students in Fairfield County as the founder

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Work Doesn't Stop for the Heat on Greenwich Farm
by Anna Helhoski | 07/23/11

GREENWICH, Conn. — John and Kathy Augustine, the husband and wife team of Augustine's Farm in Greenwich, were trying to keep cool in the shade Friday while shoppers perused their colorful selection of fresh, organic zucchinis, tomatoes, cucumbers, corn, and potatoes. "The store is not bad," said

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Stamford Skater Finds Ballet Sharpens Skills
by Tom Renner | 07/24/11

STAMFORD, Conn. – Stamford's Alexandra Elam is a ballerina on figure skates. And that applies to more than her poetry-in-motion on the ice rink. Alexandra, a 13-year-old rising eighth-grader at Greenwich Academy, also takes ballet classes at Stamford Twin Rinks. She said dancing has

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State Gas Prices Almost Highest in Nation
by Richard Weizel | 07/23/11

So, you guessed when gas prices started falling a few months ago that the cost of filling your tank was headed in the right direction. Guess again. Gas prices are climbing back up and Connecticut now has the dubious distinction of having the highest gas prices in the contiguous continental United

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Greenwich Hit by Only Minor Outages So Far
by Anna Helhoski | 07/22/11

GREENWICH, Conn. — Greenwich residents had mostly dodged the threat of power outages as of Friday evening despite increased energy use due to the heat. Connecticut Light & Power reported that less than 1 percent of Greenwich customers were without power. The opposite was the case last month

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