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10/26/11 The Raw Greenwich NEWS Feed

News Reports About Greenwich, CT
Greenwich boys soccer team duels Norwalk to a scoreless draw
Stamford Advocate
GREENWICH -- There are certain games during the course of a season when a coach will learn plenty about his team. Such was the scenario Wednesday for Greenwich High School boys soccer coach Kurt Putnam. Playing powerhouse Norwalk, the top-seeded team ...
Greenwich Academy soccer nipped by Loomis Chaffee
Stamford Advocate
The Greenwich Academy soccer team knew that it would be in for a challenge when it hosted Loomis Chaffee in a NEPSAC showdown Wednesday. Within four minutes of the contest it appeared that the Gators would be in for a long afternoon following an early ...
Geithner leads Brunswick cross country to a pair of wins
Greenwich Time
Peter Geithner of Brunswick School during high school cross country meet at Convent of the Sacred Heart, Greenwich, Wednesday afternoon Oct. 26, 2011. Geithner was the first place finisher for the event.
Greenwich Hospital ordered to provide surgeon's records
Danbury News Times
Ian Rubins, a prominent surgeon at Greenwich Hospital, died of a heroin overdose in 2008. Photo: ST, Contributed Photo / Greenwich Time Contributed Greenwich Hospital on Perryridge Road.
Pipeline Plan Stirs Debate on Both Sides of Hudson
New York Times
A crowd shouted down Karen Gentile, from the federal Transportation Department, at a hearing in Greenwich Village last week. By MIREYA NAVARRO A debate that pits energy needs against safety risks is playing out in the New York region as federal ...

New York Times
Greenwich field hockey falls to Darien
Greenwich Time
At left, Kara Kalinski, # 2 of Greenwich High School goes for the ball against Lexi Perticone, # 22 of Darien High School during girls high school field hockey match between Greenwich High School and Darien High School at Greenwich, Tuesday afternoon ...
New England Roundup: Connecticut
ESPN (blog)
Greenwich was second with 80. Sarah Guillaume (seventh in 15:17) and Caroline Carr (eighth in 15:26) were Ridgefield's top runners. Greenwich senior Abigail Markowitz won the meet in 14:55. The Darien field hockey team defeated Greenwich 5-0 Tuesday to ...
Caravella endorses Grad over Laudonia for tax collector
Greenwich Time
Lou Caravella, left, a Democrat and town tax collector from 1998 to 2009, speaks to Bill Grad, the Democratic candidate for tax collector, before giving Grad his endorsement at Town Hall Tues, day,..

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10/26/11 The Raw Greenwich BLOG Feed: Occupy Greenwich? Kinda

Blog Posts About Greenwich, CT
Greenwich Time Readers Are Always The Last To Know Whats Going On In Town ....

The Third Rate Reporters At The Greenwich Time Finally Learn About The Occupy Greenwich Twitter Feed That Greenwich Roundup And Other Town Bloggers Have Been Reporting About For Days.

Occupy Greenwich? Kinda. - Greenwich Real Time - Greenwich Time
By Lisa Chamoff
Someone has created an Occupy Greenwich Twitter handle, but there's more comedy than railing against the 1 percent. In fact, the person seems to be tweeting from the perspective of a 1 percenter. For example: The gardeners FINALLY got ...

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10/26/11 CT News Alert: Sweeping State Jobs Bill Passes

Sweeping State Jobs Bill Passes

State lawmakers on Wednesday approved a $626 million package of incentives designed create jobs, revive the economy and undo the state's image as a place that's hostile to business.

10/26/11 Kendra Farn to Host Rockin' RAMP Benefit for Appalachia - Charity Brings Taste of Appalachia to Greenwich

Charity Brings Taste of Appalachia to Greenwich
Fundraiser on November 5, 2011, at the Arch Street Teen Center

(Greenwich, Conn., October 2, 2011) – Kendra Farn, the Emmy award-winning journalist who has been telling stories on television for more than 20 years, will be telling true life tales about helping poverty stricken families in Appalachia to Greenwich residents on Saturday, November 5, 2011, at the second annual RAMP Benefit for Appalachia in Greenwich. The charity event will be held at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, November 5, the Arch Street Teen Center. Whole Foods Market®, one of RAMP’s corporate sponsors, will be providing all of the food at the event, which includes Appalachian-styled Oysters with Kentucky Mignonette, Short Rib Burgoo, Smokehouse Brisket Sliders, Shrimp & Grits, Appalachian Stack Cake, and Sarsaparilla Floats. Also on the menu is wine and Kentucky Bourbon tastings. A terrific silent and live auction will also be held and guests will be greeted with an authentic Bluegrass Jug Band. Tickets are $125 per person and are available online at http://www.RAMPAmerica.org.

RAMP, or the Rockin’ Appalachian Mom Project, is a non-profit organization founded by Greenwich resident and food and beverage entrepreneur Amy Guerrieri. RAMP is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of poverty-stricken children and families in the Appalachian region of the United States through nutrition. RAMP’s mission is to provide basic needs and sustain food pantries that serve the neediest in the community, improve the nutritional well being of local residents, and create sustainability by mentoring income generating projects that will bring economic growth and lasting change. Working community-to-community, family-to-family, Mom-to-Mom, and kid-to-kid, RAMP is making a difference.

RAMP currently supports seven programs in Martin County, Kentucky, one of the most poverty-stricken areas of the United States. Those programs are: a Backpack Snack Program that provides food home on weekends to school children, who would otherwise not eat; School Gardens to grow fresh produce on school property for use in school lunches and for children to take home; School Salad Bars to provide fresh produce on a regular basis during school lunches; a food pantry that sustains 150 of the neediest families in a remote hollow; nutritional education that encompasses working with families and teaching them how to shop smartly, and in-school nutritional seminars and programs for the whole family; Micro Loans to entrepreneurs in Martin County that are interested in starting a business or expanding on an existing small business – RAMP has just issued its first Micro Loan and helped launch Calf Creek Creations, an Appalachian quilting and sewing project that sells aprons and quilts in select Whole Foods Market stores; and the RAMP Mobile Community Co-Op, which is a mobile bus that takes RAMP’s programs and services directly out into the community to reach families with food, nutrition education, and services they need.

RAMP’s work in Martin County, Kentucky, has in a short-time, made a big difference to area residents – and RAMP’s work has not gone unnoticed. RAMP has been featured on NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams twice, the Today Show, and ABC TV went last summer to film an update for its “Hidden America” story including RAMP’s work. RAMP also received an official proclamation from the Governor of Kentucky Steve Beshear.

“I’m very excited to help host RAMP’s Rockin’ Benefit for Appalachia,” noted Kendra Farn. Farn, a mother of two daughters, understands the importance of good nutrition for children and is excited to be working with a non-profit that is so focused on helping children and families here in the United States.

Kendra Farn has worked at numerous television stations including WCBS-TV, WNBC-TV, and was a weekend reporter with the CBS Evening News. As a Greenwich native, she has traveled as far away as war-torn Bosnia and covered high profile stories throughout her career. She currently runs P Garyn Productions with her husband Noah Finz, the longtime sports anchor on Connecticut’s ABC station, WTNH-TV. P Garyn Productions is a production company that produces television shows, commercials and videos for companies to use for advertising and marketing needs.

Last summer, Whole Foods Market’s mid-Atlantic management team learned about RAMP’s efforts and joined forces with RAMP bringing Whole Foods Market’s enthusiastic staff and resources on board to bring about nutrition education and lasting change in the Appalachian region. In honor of this partnership, Whole Foods Market is supporting RAMP at the November fundraiser by providing all of the food, wine and Kentucky Bourbon, and its management staff, which will be busy manning the food tables and serving up delicious tastes of Appalachia.

Amy Guerrieri, RAMP’s founder, just returned from her 20+ trip to Martin County, Ky., where RAMP worked with a team of healthy eating specialists from Whole Foods Market and hosted a “RAMP Family Fun & Food Night.” Guerrieri is thrilled to be able to bring a taste of Kentucky to her hometown area. Guerrieri is the mother of four school-aged children, and also the founder of Rockin’ Water, a children’s vitamin-enhanced water. She believes that helping children and families in America is the right thing to do.

“RAMP has had an incredible two-and-a-half years working in Kentucky,” noted Guerrieri. “A group of dedicated volunteers from the CT/NYC area have been down there numerous times, working with the local residents and trying to help them improve their lives through nutrition. The people of Appalachia are so appreciative of our efforts to help. And now, to be able to bring a bit of the Appalachian heritage and story up to the Greenwich area is a great experience – and one that will open the eyes to many about the dire issue of poverty – just a mere day’s drive from here – and in the United States.”

To learn more about RAMP and its programs, visit http://www.RAMPAmerica.org.

Whole Foods Market is the leading natural and organic food retailer and currently has more than 280 stores in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. Whole Foods Market was recently honored with the International Association of Culinary Professionals “Culinary Youth Advocate of the Year” and received an Award of Excellence for its effort to help improve school lunches for children nationwide with the “School Lunch Revolution” awareness campaign.

Serendipity magazine is also a sponsor of the Rockin’ RAMP Benefit for Appalachia.

10/26/11 Stepping Stones Museum for Children and First County Bank Offer a Free Night of Learning and Playing for the Entire Family on November 3



Jason Kannon

Creative Partners



THE CHASE IS ON; MATH MADE EASY -- First County Bank Sponsors Free Admission to Stepping Stones Museum --

NORWALK, Conn., Oct. 26, 2011 -- Stepping Stones Museum for Children, an award-winning children’s museum committed to broadening and enriching the lives of children, will open its doors to the public on Thursday, Nov. 3, from 5 to 8 p.m. for a free night of learning and playing. First County Bank is the official sponsor for the evening.

This event is part of Stepping Stones Open Arms initiative that ensures every exhibit and program is accessible to all audiences for free or at a steeply reduced price.

The Nov. 3 featured exhibit is called Cyberchase™ –The Chase Is On! As children’s understanding of and enthusiasm for mathematics has diminished in this country, Cyberchase provides children with opportunities to become fascinated with mathematics again. As children explore various activities, they will learn how to apply assorted mathematical concepts in non-threatening, exciting contexts and, in the process, enhance their problem-solving skills.

“This will be an exciting evening for parents and their children to experience the museum in a different light,” said Rhonda Kiest, Stepping Stones Museum for Children’s executive director. “First County Bank’s support for the evening provides the perfect opportunity to showcase a wonderful compliment of exhibits and activities for both adults and children.” Cyberchase is based on the Emmy award-winning PBS KIDS GO! Math mystery cartoon, and is a hands-on, educational exhibit through which children and families are encouraged to explore problem-solving in an exciting, family-friendly environment.

“Children are mathematical thinkers and Cyberchase offers them an opportunity to enjoy and succeed in math,” said Rey Giallongo, chairman and CEO of First County Bank. “Everybody uses math skills and knowledge every day. This exhibit offers a fantastic way for the entire family to share and discuss their mathematical thinking and logic. And for those families who haven’t visited Stepping Stones Museum for Children, it offers them the opportunity to experience the museum for free.”

Additional activities include a financial literacy question and answer session; a money matching memory game, designed by the museum to help identify currency; Arthur’s Math Games and other software games.

The museum’s Healthyville section will offer the Stepping Stones Market, with Stepping Stones money, a price chart and cash register for children to learn about budgeting their money to purchase healthy foods. In the Hub section of the museum, children will create a savings chart and decorate it to track their progress toward savings goals. A dozen or so First County Bank employees also will volunteer their time throughout the evening to help families learn more about money and investing.

“Stepping Stones Museum for Children is very grateful to First County Bank for its generosity,” added Kiest. “We are delighted to have the bank sponsor this special night and continue to be part of our family of community leaders who share the museum’s mission and commitment to enrich the lives of our children.”

Stepping Stones Museum for Children, located in Mathews Park, 303 West Ave. in Norwalk, is an award winning, private, nonprofit 501 (c)(3) children’s museum committed to broadening and enriching the lives of children and families. For more information about Stepping Stones, to book a field trip or schedule a class, workshop or facility rental, call 203-899-0606 or visit www.steppingstonesmuseum.org. For additional information on this event, please call 203.899.0606.

First County Bank, headquartered in Stamford, Conn., is an independent mutual community bank with 15 branches in Stamford, Greenwich, Darien, New Canaan, Norwalk and Westport offering deposit products, mortgages, trust and investment services, business banking services and online banking. First County Bank, which celebrates its 160th anniversary this year, has more than 220 employees and assets in excess of $1.3 billion. For additional information, please visit www.firstcountybank.com. Become a fan by clicking Like on the bank’s Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/firstcountybank; follow it on twitter at http://www.twitter.com/firstcountybank; or look for First County Bank on LinkedIn at http://www.linkedin.com/company/920207.

Cyberchase™ -- The Chase Is On! was developed by the Children’s Museum of Houston in partnership with THIRTEEN/WNET. CYBERCHASE is produced by THIRTEEN for WNET. All rights reserved. CYBERCHASE is a trademark of Educational Broadcasting Corporation. The PBS KIDS GO! logo is a registered mark of PBS and is used with permission.

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10/26/11 The Greenwich Topix News Message Board - (14 stories) - FIRST STORY: Tag Sale Promises Designer Treasures

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Greenwich - News October 26, 2011

Tag Sale Promises Designer Treasures (The Daily Pleasantville)
Bargain hunters will have a field day on Saturday, Oct. 29 at the interior designers' tag sale being held in Greenwich, Conn.

Greenwich Police Refute Stories of East Side Crime (The Daily Greenwich)
At a recent debate, residents asked what steps the first selectman candidates would take to deter crime on the Stamford-Greenwich border and at the Riverside Shopping Center.

Judgment rules in favor of Greenwich cops (News Times)
A judgment filed last week ruled in favor of four Greenwich police officers in a lawsuit filed by a Port Chester man who said he was subjected to false arrest and malicious prosecution after he was found hunting on Greenwich Land Trust property.

Connecticut Supreme Court Case Hinges on Facebook Photos
Connecticut Supreme Court Case Hinges on Facebook Photos (Connecticut's WB 20)
Her Facebook page was, according to state prosecutors, "a shrine to alcohol, lewdness and debauchery," and they used photos posted there to help put Alia Altajir away for three years in the women's prison in Niantic.

Proposed Greenwich retirement community raises ire (News Times)
A plan to build what its backers call a high-end, continuing-care retirement community on West Putnam Avenue is coming under attack from nearby residents, who say it will overdevelop the neighborhood, damage wetlands and increase traffic congestion on Route 1. The proposed 660,000-square-foot building, called Greenwich Tollgate, would be located at ... (more)

Man sentenced for fraud, identity theft (Connecticut Post)
A Florida businessman who operated a $200,000 credit card fraud and identity theft scheme, one investigated by a task force that includes a Greenwich police detective, was sentenced Friday in a New Haven federal court to 61 months in prison.

Greenwich Teen Charged With Locking Out Parents (The Daily Greenwich)
A 14-year-old Greenwich boy was charged with disorderly conduct Sunday after, police said, he locked his parents out of their Armstrong Court apartment.

Hear Tales of Greenwich Heroes at Story Barn
Hear Tales of Greenwich Heroes at Story Barn (The Daily Greenwich)
GREENWICH, Conn. - You can hear stories of personal heroes straight from the mouths and memories of your friends and neighbors at the historical society's Story Barn event, "My Hero!" in conjunction with the latest exhibition "Everyday Heroes: Greenwich First Responders." The Story Barn is a contemporary approach to oral history in a cabaret-like ... (more)

Blankley: Why I Am Running for Office in Greenwich (The Daily Greenwich)
The election for local officials is almost upon us. We candidates for office have our signs all around town, and whatever else you may think of it, for me it is the expression of a vibrant democracy.

Craig Ferguson Entertains at Stamford's Palace & Reader Reponse to 'Linda McMahon vs. The World' (Patch)
Late, Late Show host Craig Ferguson did standup for a nearly sold-out, appreciative crowd at The Palace Theater on Friday night in which his routines revolved around everything from alcoholism to the weirdness of Hollywood.

UPDATE: More Greenwich News

Parody Twitter Created for 'Occupy Greenwich' (The Daily Fairfield)
New Canaan may have been the latest hotspot for the Occupy Wall Street movement, but a twitter feed has sprung up this month to Occupy Greenwich in a satirical fashion.

A.M. Best Affirms Ratings of W.R. Berkley Corporation and Its Subsidiaries (Business Wire)
A.M. Best Co. has affirmed the financial strength rating of A+ and issuer credit ratings of "aa-" of Berkley Insurance Group , Admiral Insurance Group , Berkley Regional Group and Nautilus Insurance Group and their respective property/casualty members....

... notes and "bbb" on trust preferred securities of the parent company, W. R. Berkley Corporation (W. R. Berkley) (Greenwich, CT) (NYSE: WRB). The outlook for all ratings is stable. (See link below for a detailed list of the companies and ratings.) The ...

SAC Capital netted $14 million in trading flagged by regulator (News Times)
Steven Cohen, founder and chief executive officer of SAC Capital Advisors LP. The company made at least $14 million in the past 10 years on suspicious trades, according to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority....

... Ronda Churchill / A 2011 Bloomberg Finance LP SAC Capital Advisors LP, the hedge fund run by billionaire Greenwich resident Steven A. Cohen , made at least $14 million in the past 10 years on suspicious trades, according to the Financial ...

General Atlantic buys minority stake in Oak Hill (MarketWatch)
General Atlantic said Tuesday it has bought a minority stake in Oak Hill Advisors, a New York-based investment management firm specializing in credit and distressed investments....

... senior management of Oak Hill Advisors which has thereby increased its majority stake in the business. Based in Greenwich, Conn., General Atlantic invests between $50 million and $500 million for minority or majority stakes in private and public ...

10/26/11 Last Chance to RSVP! Scholar in Residence Weekend with David Keren

Last Chance to RSVP!
Scholar in Residence Weekend
with David Keren!
Friday, Oct. 28th - Sunday, Oct. 30th

LAST CHANCE! Don't miss out!

This Friday begins our Scholar in Residence weekend with David Keren, leading Israeli scholar and our guide for the upcoming Temple Sholom Mission to Israel this February.

Come join us to hear a uniquely Israeli perspective on the land, its people, and our sacred connection to our Jewish homeland.

David Keren

Friday, October 28th

Shabbat Dinner and Lecture:

One City, Three Faiths:

The Centrality of Jerusalem to Judaism, Christianity and Islam

Services: 6:30pm / Dinner: 7:30pm

$18 per person

Saturday, October 29th

8:30am Saturday morning Torah Study with Rabbi Mitch and David Keren

12:00pm Kiddush Luncheon

Lecture: Can Jerusalem Become a Capital of Two Nations?

Sunday, October 30th

9:30am Informational Session: Mission to Israel - February 9th -19th.

David will be leading a session, as our Misssion tour guide, for all those going on the Temple Sholom mission trip, and for those who are still interested in going - but spaces are going quickly! Don't miss out!

Please consider supporting these programs

with a donation of $360 (Sponsor),

$180 (Patron) or the amount of your choice (Friend)

as part of our Israel Education and Advocacy Programs

at Temple Sholom.

Please RSVP by Thursday, October 27th at NOON by contacting Alice Schoen at (203) 542-7165, or at alice.schoen@templesholom.com

These programs are part of Temple Sholom's ongoing Israel Education and Advocacy programs.

For more information, or to learn more about upcoming programs, please visit our website at www.templesholom.com.

Temple Sholom
300 East Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
(203) 869-7191

Temple Sholom | 300 East Putnam Avenue | Greenwich | CT | 06830

10/26/11 The Greenwich First Selectman Report

Recently Updated Web Pages About Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei
Tesei forms economic advisory council - GreenwichTime
First Selectman Peter Tesei last week formed a special panel to help the town with the recruitment and retention of businesses, filling it with a mix of hand- picked ...

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10/26/11 The Raw Greenwich VIDEO Feed: The Niki Chin Halloween In Greenwich And A Night at The Speakeasy At The Hyatt Regency

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A Night at the Speakeasy @ Hyatt Regency Greenwich CT
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Hudson Valley Hospital Center presents " A Night at the Speakeasy" Saturday October 22, 2011 @ Hyatt Regency Greenwich CT.

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10/26/11 P&Z Gives Preliminary Approval For Temporary Fire Station and more from Greenwich Patch

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October 26, 2011

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October 26, 2011

P&Z Gives Preliminary Approval For Temporary Fire Station

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The temporary station will consist of two modular buildings — a two-bay station for the fire apparatus and small dormitory providing housing for up to five firefighters.

Refusing to Be a Victim

Leslie Yager | Oct 26, 2011 | 0 Comments

Greenwich Police Self-Defense Course for Women

Lash: Ponns Cohen Has 'Personal Courage to Speak Out'

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By Jim Lash

Car Tax Rebate = Support for Laudonia

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Letter: Blankley Has Courage to Make Changes

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October 26, 2011

Patch Picks: Sweet Halloween Treats

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Halloween isn't just about costumes and candy.

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October 26, 2011


Civilization's Lack of Civility

Michael Mangano

He never showed up as promised, and the sad thing is, I wasn't surprised.

Community Bulletin

October 26, 2011


Brunswick School Students Inspired by the Bravery of Louis Zamperini, American Hero & Olympic Champion

Bonni Brodnick | Oct 26, 2011

(Greenwich, Conn. – October 25, 2011) – Brunswick School would have been proud to host one of American's greatest heroes, Louis…

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October 26, 2011


JCC Basketball League Registration

Registration is now open for the Greenwich Basketball League, open to all boys and girls, grades 1-8. Players will enjoy first rate …


Flu Clinic

Greenwich Department of Health. Season Flu & Pneumonia vaccines. Free cholesterol screening when you receive a flu shot.


College Essay Boot Camp

College-Bound Seniors: Whip your Personal Statement into Shape! Battling writer's block? Can't decide on a topic? Overwhelmed by the…


Farmers Market At Danbury Fair Mall

Drawing inspiration from America's great Markets such as The San Francisco Ferry Building Market, and New York's Green Market, Elite…

10/25/11 Greenwich Police Refute Stories of East Side Crime And More News At The Daily Greenwich

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Greenwich Police Refute Stories of East Side Crime
by Anna Helhoski | 10/26/11

GREENWICH, Conn. - At a recent debate, residents asked what steps the first selectman candidates would take to deter crime on the ...

Parody Twitter Created for 'Occupy Greenwich'
by Anna Helhoski | 10/25/11

GREENWICH, Conn. – New Canaan may have been the latest hotspot for the Occupy Wall Street movement, but a twitter feed has sprung up ...

Major Hurricane Would Knock Out Power for a Month
by Richard Weizel | 10/25/11

HARTFORD, Conn. – Irene was just a late summer shower compared with a Category 3 hurricane that could pack winds of up to 125 mph ...

Greenwich Teen Charged With Locking Out Parents
by Anna Helhoski | 10/25/11

GREENWICH, Conn. – A 14-year-old Greenwich boy was charged with disorderly conduct Sunday after, police said, he locked his parents ...

NBC Sports to Bring 450 Jobs to Stamford
by Anthony Buzzeo | 10/25/11

STAMFORD, Conn. – The NBC Sports Group will move to Stamford's old Clairol factory on Blachley Road and bring a ...


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