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Thursday, November 3, 2011

11/03/11 Did Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei Just Get The Kiss Of Death From The Clueless Greenwich Time?

Greenwich Residents Have Always Said That A "Yellowich Time" Endorsement Means Nothing At All And It May Be A Sign Of Disaster.

In Previous Elections Frank Farricker and Lin Lavery both got the endorsement and lost.

Greenwich resident just don't trust the judgement of the numerous Hearst Newspaper Editors who have rolled in and out of town recently.

Tesei, Theis and Marzullo for Board of Selectmen


Greenwich Time is approaching the endorsements for first selectman and selectmen differently this year than we have in the past. Our traditional practice has been to endorse each race separately. But in considering the candidates this year, we decided our endorsements should reflect how the Board of Selectmen is actually elected.

As readers are aware, the first selectman race is a straight-up contest, winner gets the seat. But the two selectmen seats on the board go to the two top vote getters among the two selectmen candidates and the loser of the first selectman race.

It's an odd system. We don't know of another in which a candidate can lose an election but still gain office -- one he or she did not even seek to boot. But, it's the system we have, so, on to the endorsements:

As we said, the first selectman process is straightforward: two candidates, top vote getter wins, and this year that should be First Selectman Peter Tesei.

If he wins, this will be Mr. Tesei's third term in office, making him the first since John Margenot to last more than two terms as Greenwich's first selectman....


...His challenger, Democrat John Blankley, is an intelligent, likable man with an impressive professional background. The management and leadership skills he has developed during that career are the base upon which Mr. Blankley's candidacy is built -- and it is a formidable one.

That said, Mr. Blankley's primary claim during this campaign is that a person with more dynamic leadership skills ....


....If this election goes the way of most, not all, elections in Greenwich, the loser of the first selectman race will wind up on the board as a selectman.

That would be a shame. Not because Mr. Tesei or Mr. Blankley would not make a good selectman. Both would do a fine job. But it is not the job that either man wants. And Greenwich has two men who do want it and who have proven themselves to be very good at it.

Republican David Theis and Democrat Drew Marzullo are each seeking second terms as Greenwich selectmen.

Both appear to want a second term very much. Their contest, however, has been something of an oddity. In debates and in conversation, these two have nothing but good things to say about one another. In fact, it often has seemed like no one ever told them that they actually are running against each other....

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11/03/11 The Raw Greenwich News Feed TOP STORY: Greenwich Approaching 'Full Recovery' From Storm

News Reports About Greenwich, CT
Greenwich Approaching 'Full Recovery' From Storm
Greenwich officials released an update on power outages and road closures in town Wednesday morning. The complete update is below. By Barbara Heins Restoration of power continue Monday by Connecticut Light & Power crews on Mimosa Drive where fallen ...
New Canaan rallies to beat Greenwich in FCIAC volleyball
Stamford Advocate
Andrea Mullaney, # 9 of New Canaan High School spikes one past Liza Johnson, # 7 of Greenwich during FCIAC girls volleyball match between Greenwich High School and New Canaan High School at New Canaan High School, Thursday afternoon, Nov. 3, 2011. ...
Community mourning loss of ex-Greenwich man
Danbury News Times
Old Greenwich resident Shelly Cryer stands next to a sculpture of a rooster by Richard Rothschild in her yard Thursday, Nov. 3, 2011. Rothschild, who once lived in Greenwich, was a celebrated sculptor whose work was often made of old barn siding. ..
Greenwich Alliance: 'Return on Investment'
The Greenwich Alliance for Education held its Reaching Out Grants Awards Reception last Thursday at Greenwich High School. This is the 5 th year the education foundation that serves Greenwich Public Schools has generously offered grants to the GPS ...
He's no Beatle, but yes, von Braun is a knight
Greenwich Time
Peter von Braun, a Republican candidate for Board of Education displays material Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011, shows he received an honorary knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II. ...
Darien volleyball sweeps Ludlowe
Stamford Advocate
5 Greenwich -- at 7 pm at Fairfield Ludlowe High School. Showing no signs of being a team under the pressure of finishing off another undefeated campaign, Darien brushed aside another would be conference contender by set scores of 25-15, ...

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11/03/11 The Raw Greenwich BLOG Feed - Nuclear Plant Safety Issues - Should The Town Of Greenwich Be Concerned?

Blog Posts About Greenwich, CT
Nuclear Plant Safety Issues: Should Greenwich Be Concerned ...
By SBell
When: November 16, 2011: 7:30PM to 9:00PM; Where: Greenwich Town Hall Meeting Room, Greenwich, CT map. Can a nuclear reactor failure similar to Japan's happen in the U.S.? Is the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) doing its job ...

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11/03/11 There is a new comment on 09/04/09 Question About "Darren DeBerry Turned Self Into Police"

DARREN DEBERRY has left a new comment on your post "09/04/09 Question About "Darren DeBerry Turned Self Into Police":


Comment From Greenwich Roundup:

Dear Mr. DeBerry,

You are more than welcome to leave additional comments on the post or to submit a letter of explanation that tells your side of the story from your perspective. I would be more than happy to add a link back to the original post.

But, you must admit there seems to be a pattern, emerging with those that you do business with. Even, your creditors are writing to this blog seeking information about you.

Please See:

09/04/09 Question About "Darren DeBerry Turned Self In To Police"

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11/02/11 Ct Consumer Protection Press Release: Safety Tips For When Power Is RESTORED !!!

Department of Consumer Protection Commissioner William M. Rubenstein and Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Jewel Mullen are encouraging consumers to pay attention to the following home safety concerns as power is restored and Connecticut continues to recover in the coming days.

“The weather made a huge impact on many lives this week, so to prevent further effects to consumers’ health or wallets, we want to encourage consumers to protect themselves,” Consumer Protection Commissioner William M. Rubenstein said. “By taking a few simple precautions, consumers can assure the safety of their food and drugs and ward off home improvement scammers.”

“As power is restored throughout the state and people take on the task of cleaning out their refrigerators, it’s important that they keep food and medication safety in mind,” said DPH Commissioner Dr. Jewel Mullen. “If the temperature in your refrigerator or freezer has gone above 40 degrees, throw away perishable foods like meats, eggs, dairy and cut fruits and vegetables.”

• When in doubt, throw it out.
• Never taste a food to determine its safety.
• A Consumer’s Guide to Food Safety, which includes a color chart listing the safety of unrefrigerated foods, is available on the Department website at: www.ct.gov/dcp.


• Don’t hire contractors who go door-to-door, call, or post notices on bulletin boards or online before checking them out thoroughly
• Verify the registration, insurance, and if appropriate, the professional license of any worker before agreeing to let them work on your property
• All home improvement contractors — including persons who install and repair gutters, roofs, fences, siding, insulation, windows, masonry and underground fuel storage tanks — must be registered with the Department of Consumer Protection. In addition, plumbers, heating and ventilation workers, sheet metal workers, electricians and many other professionals require a current Connecticut professional license in order to practice their craft.
• Despite the sense of urgency brought on by the widespread storm damage, consumers should get a detailed contract and check all the terms and conditions, materials, start date, end date and costs, and if necessary, insist that any changes be written in. Both the consumer and contractor must sign and date the contract, and the consumer should get a completed copy for safekeeping.

Contractors are required by law to print their Connecticut license number on their contracts, business cards, on their vehicles, and in all advertising. A consumer can verify a contractor’s registration at www.ct.gov/dcp by selecting “verify a license.”

Contractors should carry their own liability insurance and must be able to produce an insurance certificate as proof. The certificate should carry the name of the insurance company and the homeowner is urged to call the insurance agency on the certificate to confirm that coverage. To verify if an insurance agent or agency is licensed in Connecticut, please visit the Connecticut Insurance Department web page at http://www.cidverifylicense.ct.gov/CLIC/VerifyLicense.aspx

Consumers who have home improvement questions or concerns are encouraged to contact the Department of Consumer Protection at dcp.tradepractices@ct.gov or at 1-800-842-2649.


• Loss of electricity could have affected certain medications.
• Items that require refrigeration should not be relied upon for full effectiveness and potency if they were not maintained at the temperature recommended by the manufacturer. Due to potency loss, replace affected medicines when possible.
• Anyone having questions about the safety or storage of any medication should contact their pharmacist.
• Persons who depend on medical supply deliveries and are temporarily staying at another address – with a neighbor, family member or at a shelter – should notify their medical supply providers to have their supplies delivered to the temporary location with no lapse in their care.

11/03/11 John Blankley's plan to modernize Town Hall

Below are John's bullet points on how he would change Town Hall from day one of his administration.
As a business manager with over 40 years experience I know that it is always possible to make administrative functions more efficient. For example my private company has recently won a contract from another Connecticut town to update their IT system. As I look at town hall there are a number of ideas we can consider:

1. We need to update and revamp the website to make it more user friendly for residents.

2. We move forward with the full implementation of software to consolidate various databases that will make the planning and permitting processes quicker and easier for residents.

3. We must proactively collect delinquent taxes

4. Above all my door will always be open to residents, who I regard as both customers and shareholders of our town: and I will always be receptive to good new ideas to improve efficiency and performance.

Christopher Smith
Campgain Manager

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11/03/11 For Immediate Release - Rabbi Avi Weiss Coming to Greenwich

JCC Greenwich

For Immediate Release

Contact: Laura Blum
(203) 552-1818


Greenwich, CT, November 3, 2011 -- JCC Greenwich is proud to present a special evening with activist, author and teacher Avi Weiss on Thursday, November 17, 7:30 pm at Carmel Academy, 270 Lake Ave, Greenwich.

Ranked by Newsweek as the nation's 12th most prominent rabbi, he is the Senior Rabbi of the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale and author of Principles of Spiritual Activism and Women at Prayer: A Halakhic Analysis of Women's Prayer Groups. Rabbi Avi Weiss is also the National President of the AMCHA, the Coalition for Jewish Concerns, a grassroots organization that speaks out for Jewish causes throughout the world. Without question one of today's most exciting thinkers and doers, he ordained the first Orthodox female rabbi.

The event inaugurates JCC Greenwich's "Great Minds Series" featuring leading Jewish thinkers and doers. The series is supported by The Flashner Family. Following Rabbi Weiss's talk, signed copies of Principles of Spiritual Activism will be available for purchase.

Admission is free; RSVPs are strongly recommended, at JCCGreenwich.org or (203) 552-1818.



11/03/11 PRESS RELEASE:Saturday is the Rockin' RAMP Benefit - See You There!

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11/03/11 The Greenwich First Selectman's Office Press Release: Winter Storm Update

Please see the attached release.


Dustin Anderson
Town of Greenwich
p: (203) 622 7710
f: (203) 622 3793

(See attached file: Winter Storm 110311 0930.pdf)


Peter J. Tesei

First Selectman

Office of First Selectman

(203) 622-7710

Fax (203) 622-3793

Town Hall- 101 Field Point Road - Greenwich, CT 06830

E-Mail: ptesei@greenwichct.org




November 3, 2011

9:30 a.m.


The Town of Greenwich is beginning to approach full recovery from the storm of 29 October 2011. Departments of the Town continue in their unified efforts to return Town facilities and infrastructure to a normal state of affairs.

The only reported complete road closure is Lockwood Lane at East Putnam Avenue which involves power lines. Alternate routes to avoid the closure are available. Many minor roadway obstructions remain around Town, but most are expected to be reduced by the end of 4 November 2011.

Approximately 1% of Greenwich CL&P customers are without power (502 customers—residences or businesses, out of 27,910). Nineteen Towns across the State of Connecticut have 80% or more of their residents and businesses without power. More than half the Towns across Connecticut have 50% or more of their residents and businesses without power.

Current CL&P priorities within Greenwich are restoring power to remaining dark neighborhoods and remediation of individual service issues.


The TOG is striving to ensure that all roadways remain open.

CL&P achieved 99% restoration of Greenwich customers at 11:00 pm on 2 November 2011, about 24 hours earlier than projected. CL&P is projecting 100% restoration by the end of the day on 5 November 2011 (Saturday).


The Town has posted an updated link at www.greenwichct.org to a map indicating current roadway obstructions across Greenwich. The map will be updated by 2:00 pm on 3 November 2011.

CL&P is responsible for the restoration of power and maintenance of the power grid.

The Town of Greenwich does not have any supervisory authority over CL&P. The State of Connecticut Public Utility Regulatory Agency (PURA) provides oversight and can be reached at 800-382-4586 or on the web at www.ct.gov/dpuc.

The Town of Greenwich operates an Emergency Operations Center (EOC) to coordinate all Greenwich departments and assets in response to storm recovery efforts.

CL&P provides a liaison to the Town Emergency Operations Center (EOC). The Greenwich EOC provides input to CL&P on restoration priorities. Overarching priorities communicated by the Town to CL&P include public safety capabilities, medical treatment facilities, roadway access, assisted living facilities, critical infrastructure (i.e. waste water), and efforts that result in the highest number of restorations.

Remember that if you are using a vehicle or a generator to charge electronic devices, please use these outside. These devices should not be indoors. Having your garage door open is not sufficiently safe.

Carbon monoxide is odorless, tasteless and deadly.

All down wires should be considered “live” and lethal.

As we all work to clean up in the aftermath of the storm, please assist the Town by refraining from placing your yard waste and storm debris in the right of way. The Department of Public Works will not remove debris from private property.

For those residents who have found Connecticut Light and Power’s response to be insufficient to the task at hand, complaints can be made to the Public Utility Regulatory Agency (PURA) of the State of Connecticut. PURA complaints may be lodged via toll-free phone at 1 800 382 4586 or on-line at


For additional information please contact Dan Warzoha, Emergency Management Director at 622 8003 (emoc@greenwichct.org).

11/03/11 The Greenwich Topix News Message Board - (14 stories) - FIRST STORY Paint the Place You Call Home

Topix Greenwich

Brian Harrod - Greenwich Topix Editor

Greenwich - News November 3, 2011

Paint the Place You Call Home
Paint the Place You Call Home (American Artist)
We plein-air artists seem to put a lot of emphasis on traveling to far off places to paint, don't we? The fields of Tuscany, the rugged California coast, the farmhouses of the Cotswolds all seem to beckon....

... right at home, regardless of where you call home. For John Henry Twachtman (1853-1902), home was a 17-acre farm in Greenwich, Connecticut. For more than a decade, he found endless inspiration in his house, a little foot bridge, and a pool with its ...

Refreshed Greenwich Landmark (Wall Street Journal)
Built in 1929 for an English expatriate and his wife, this home on nearly 3A1 2 acres in Greenwich, Conn., recently underwent a three-year restoration.

Tesei Responds to Opponent's Greenwich School Plan (The Daily Greenwich)
John Blankley, the Democratic candidate for first selectman, says he can get the Greenwich public schools back on track with proactive measures, particularly with funding.

Universal Hotel Liquidators to Liquidate the 4 Star Greenwich Hyatt (Sys-Con Media)
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Universal Hotel Liquidators is pleased to announce they have been chosen as the exclusive liquidator of the 4 star Hyatt Hotel in Greenwich, Connecticut.

'Now I Have An Excuse to Eat Deviled Eggs Today' (Patch)
Will you commit to that?" This is what one Greenwich Patch reader asked Marianna Ponns Cohen in response to the Letter to the Editor she submitted .

Following record breaking storm, Tesei urges battle cry against CL&P
Following record breaking storm, Tesei urges battle cry against CL&P (The Greenwich Post)
In the days following last weekend's rare October snowstorm, First Selectman Peter Tesei has found Connecticut Light & Power's ability to do its job severely lacking and he wants residents to join him in holding the public utility company accountable.

Stamford-area outages almost all restored (News Times)
Four days after a freak winter storm rolled through the region, the power outage total in most cities and towns dipped under 1,000 Wednesday morning....

... Tuesday, the number dropped Wednesday morning to 689 -- about 1 percent of the city's customers. The total in Greenwich, where more than 5,000 were in the dark Saturday, also dropped significantly, from about 2,600 Tuesday to 1,152 at 10 a.m. ...

UPDATE: Greenwich Business News

MF Global's PIIGS Problem (US News & World Report)
For some investors this Halloween, a trick instead of a treat was found in their proverbial retirement portfolio bag....

... Inc. fleeing from a potential acquisition that may have averted the filing, according to a board member at the Greenwich, Connecticut, firm. "The board certainly considered that purchase and stepped away from it at a point where it became clear ...

Deutsche Post (Reveries)
Germany's post office is reinventing itself for the digital age, reports Elisabeth Rosenthal in the New York Times ....

... can enter and are expressly prevented from entering business unless it's related to physical mail." So instead, in Greenwich, Connecticut, for example, a "17,000-square-foot neoclassical landmark post office" has been sold to a developer, who plans ...

MF money transfer at issue (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)
MF Global Holdings Ltd. may have transferred customer money last week following an audit by CME Group Inc., which has regulatory authority over the futures broker.

What Went Down At MF Global (Seeking Alpha)
Okay. I think I have got it. I seem to be smarter, with a better-functioning brain, this morning then I was last night in analyzing what may be the eighth-largest bankruptcy in U.S. history: In stage one we learn whether the market is tolerant or intolerant of southern Europe risk: if the market is tolerant the bond prices stay high; if the market ... (more)

MF May Have Transferred Customer Money After Audit, CME Says (BusinessWeek)
MF Global Holdings Ltd. may have transferred customer money last week following an audit by CME Group Inc., which has regulatory authority over the futures broker.

MF Clients May Wait Years for Cash If Bankrupt Broker Sued (BusinessWeek)
MF Global Holdings Ltd. customers may have to wait years to get their money back if the futures broker is sued, according to Frederick Grede, the liquidation trustee overseeing the bankruptcy of Sentinel Management Group Inc....

... trades doomed a potential acquisition by Interactive Brokers Group Inc., according to a board member at the Greenwich, Connecticut, firm. The deal may have averted the Oct. 31 bankruptcy filing. "The board certainly considered that purchase and ...

MF Global Trustee Talks With Brokers Over Customer Accounts (BusinessWeek)
The trustee liquidating broker-dealer MF Global Inc. is in talks with brokerages that may take over customer accounts or buy "pieces of the business," said Stephen Harbeck, president of the Securities Investor Protection Corp., which is overseeing the liquidation.

11/03/11 PRESS RELEASE: Universal Hotel Liquidators to Liquidate the 4 Star Greenwich Hyatt

Universal Hotel Liquidators (UHL) is pleased to announce they have been chosen as the exclusive liquidator of the 4 star Hyatt Hotel in Greenwich, Connecticut. Construction has already begun and the truck loads of furniture have been arriving in UHL's warehouse in New Haven.

The furniture consists of exquisite dressers, nightstands, marble top desks, chairs, lamps, plush bedding and the entire room contents. UHL is selling the entire room for as low as $600 with delivery available to residential and commercial addresses in Southern Connecticut.

Individual items are also for sale, with dressers for $149, desks for $129, nightstands for $49 and king-sized bed sets for $349. Pictures of these fine furnishings are available on FurnishCheap.com.

David White, UHL's President had this to say, "This is some of the finest furniture that we have acquired in our 10 year history." White also added that the furniture is moving very quickly and over 450 rooms will be available for sale in New Haven.

About Universal

Universal Hotel Liquidators is the largest hotel liquidator in the United States with a 100,000 square foot showroom and distribution center in New Haven, Connecticut. UHL liquidates the finest hotels in the country with such clients as Sheraton, Ritz Carlton, Westin, Marriott and Hyatt Hotels. UHL sells to smaller hotels and also to bargain hunters, rental property managers and general consumers. UHL's warehouse is open 7 days a week and is open to the public

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11/03/11 Inside this week's Greenwich Post

In this week's Greenwich Post...

The Greenwich Post came out today. Have you seen what's inside? Here are a few of the news items and features in this week's issue. The Post is available on newsstands today and by mail to subscribers.

• Tesei urges battle cry against CL&P following response to record shattering Pre-Halloween storm
• Voters head to the polls Tuesday (See our Voter's Guide)
• Board of Education candidate Ponns Cohen accuses fellow Republicans of 'dirty tricks'
• Alliance outlines programs to benefit Greenwich High School
• Heavey sworn in as police chief
• 'Salute to Veterans' to return next summer
• School board candidates cordial in debate
• Greenwich delegations hails progress on the jobs front

• Editorial: We back O'Neill and Ponns Cohen
• Our Growing Up Greenwich columnist talks about her school's 'atypical tradition' for Homecoming: Church with Mom and dancing with Dad
• Joe Pisani gets really *$#@*$@* mad in his text messages

• NY Ranger Hall of Famer Mark Messier gets back in the NY groove, running the Marathon this weekend
• Brunswick boys soccer battle Hopkins in the snow
• Slow start not a big problem for Big Red on the football field
• Greenwich X-C take to the course at Wickham for class LL championships

Around Town:
• New regs calls for only resident parking on Mead Avenue
• American hero, Olympic champion offers inspiration to students
• St. Saviour's director awarded for early childhood service
• Old Greenwich gets overrun by ghosts, ghouls and goblins
• Anti-Defamation league to honor residents

Arts & Leisure:
• Granville Wyche Burgess of Greenwich and Stephen Lawrence have created a series of musicals to engage school children in American history
• This is the weekend when nearly every theater company in the area is opening a show, including an Agatha Christie parody in Darien, Amadeus in New Canaan and Dial 'M' for Murder in Pound Ridge. 1B
• The Brookfield Craft Center's Holiday Exhibition & Sale opens this week and runs through Dec. 22. 1B
• Margin Call is a new film with some fine acting and an interesting take on the economic crash of 2008. 3B.

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11/03/11 Greenwich Resident Barry Montgomery Opens His Office Building Up To Those In Town Who Need To Power Up Or Get WiFi Access

When Hurican Irene Struck, Barry Montgomery Opened His Office Building To Anyone Who Lost Power, And He Is Once Again Opening Up 32 Field Point Road To Those In Need.

If You Need To Warm Up Your Family Or To Power Up Your Electronic Devices After The Shelter And Town Library Closes At 8 Or 9 PM, Then You Can Go To 32 Field Point Road In Greenwich And Warm Up And Power Up (Day Or Night).

The Parking Lot Door Is Unlocked, If Anyone Is There Just Tell Them Barry Or Brian Said You Can Use One Of The Furnished Empty Offices Or Conference Rooms.

If Barry Is In The Office Working Late, Then He Will Most Likely Make You Something Warm To Drink Or Maybe Find Something For You To Eat.

Just Go In And Say Hello. There Is Even A Free WiFi Connection Inside.

You Can't Miss The Place. It Is Between The Greenwich Library And Town Hall. The Front Of The Building Is Covered In Banners For The Democratic Party.

The Greenwich Democrats Are Temporarily Using The First Floor Of 32 Field Point Road.

Greenwich Roundup's Offices Are On The Second Floor Of 32 Field Point Road.

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11/03/11 The Greenwich First Selectman Report

News Reports About Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei
Following record breaking storm, Tesei urges battle cry against CL&P
Greenwich Post
In the days following last weekend's rare October snowstorm, First Selectman Peter Tesei has found Connecticut Light & Power's ability to do its job severely lacking and he wants residents to join him in holding the public utility company accountable. ...
Greenwich Citizen
On paper, it looks like Republican First Selectman Peter Tesei and his Democratic challenger, John Blankley, are running neck-and-neck in donations raised during the most recent filing period for town candidates. Blankley raised $25466 from July 1 to ...
A walk in the park: 1000 turn out for annual Abilis event
Greenwich Citizen
Also on hand were US Congressman Jim Himes, Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei and state Representatives Fred Camillo of Greenwich and Dan Fox of Stamford. "This is Abilis' 60th anniversary, and our walk made it a year to remember," said Lolli Ross, ...

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11/03/11 Greenwich Alliance: 'Return on Investment' and more from Greenwich Patch

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November 3, 2011

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November 3, 2011

Greenwich Alliance: 'Return on Investment'

Sue Rogers | Nov 3, 2011 | 0 Comments

Greenwich Alliance for Education awards nearly $50k to Greenwich High School.

Letter: Ex-Ed Board Chair for O'Neill, von Braun

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By Genny Krob

Letter: Ex-GHS PTA Heads Pick Candidates

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By Debbie Appelbaum, Leslie Cooper, Carol Cram, Beth Finger, Livvy Floren, Bev Hartley , Laurie Heiss, Janice Richards

Dump Truck Driver Faces DWI Charge

Barbara Heins | Nov 3, 2011 | 0 Comments

Information supplied by Greenwich Police and does not indicate guilt or convictions.

Post It: Greenwich Is Happening

Barbara Heins | Nov 3, 2011 | 0 Comments

This weekend offer a variety of activities, from singing to sewing.

Local Voices

November 3, 2011


Combating the Winter Months Through The Pleasures of Comfort Foods

Carline Martin

Adapting an Ayuervedic approach can keep you balanced and healthy this winter.

Sunday Sauce

Peak Physique

Quick go-to meal options and recipes for the week allowing you to still have time to spend with your family.

Community Bulletin

November 3, 2011

Local Connections

Connecticut Home of Sergeant Roger Petrone Renovated and Painted

Greg McNally | Nov 2, 2011

[Editor's Note: This announcement was originally published on Nov. 1.] Greenwich area resident Sergeant Roger Petrone dedicated his …

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