|100 years of art celebrated in Greenwich|
Danbury News Times
'Tea in the Arbor,' a 1911 oil painting by American artist Elmer Livingston MacRae (1875-1953), will be among the works featured in the new exhibit 'Coming Full Circle: The Greenwich Art Society Celebrates 100 at the Bruce Museum.
|Greenwich Pair Repeats as Platform Champions|
The Daily Wilton
Ken Dardis and Max LePivert of the Stanwich Club in Greenwich won their second straight Division 1 title in the main draw of the Paul Fowler Invitational Tournament hosted by the Fairfield County Platform Tennis League. The Stanwich team defeated Dave ...
|Greenwich Girls Help Skyliners Take 4th in France|
The Daily New Canaan
by Tom Renner - GREENWICH, Conn. – Girls from Greenwich and Cos Cob shared in the Skyliners Synchronized Skating Junior team's achievement this past weekend as it finished fourth in the prestigious French Cup in Rouen, France.
|Greenwich Man Charged With Risk of Injury to Minor|
The Daily Greenwich
by Anna Helhoski - GREENWICH, Conn. – An 18-year-old Greenwich man was charged with risk of injury to a minor when he was arrested in a parking lot with marijuana and two juveniles, police said. Douglas Strathdee, 18, of 74 ...
|Greenwich Academy hockey team shut out by unbeaten Morristown-Beard|
Morristown-Beard School's #14 Mikhaela Schultz fights for the puck with Greenwich Academy's # 8 Mary Taussig at the girls hockey game at the Dorothy Hamill Rink at Byram Monday, Feb. 6, 2012. Morristown-Bread win 3 to 0.
|Greenwich PD: Port Chester Woman Skipped Cab Fare|
By Barbara Heins Police say a 20-year-old Port Chester woman fled a Greenwich cab to avoid forking over $30 for her fare in December. She might have gotten away with the skipped fare if she didn't drop her cell phone on her way out.
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