Your Reporter Frank MacEachern
DEATH PENALTY! Nothing else will satisfy justice. And we need to know why ordinary citizens with no need to own knives (most food can be cut with a fork) have access to them. Soccer moms take note. A chocolate-chip cookie and bus trip to the capitol may be in order.
That probably makes more sense than man made global warming.
If you are correct Robby Rob, don't you think our illustrious leader Marconi would have banned "assault weapons" by now. Remember, he wanted stronger laws that those passed by the legislature. He felt they didn't go far enough and had the town attorneys research it. Did he not pass a stronger law because it was illegal, or because he was too scared of all us nasty gun owners? I know you don't know the answer so perhaps you can ask him and get back to me. Or maybe, if he is reading this he can answer directly.
GREENWICH, Conn. -- Greenwich's Family Center will receive more than $242,000 as part of a state Nonprofit Grant Program.
Gov/ Dannel P. Malloy announced that 146 projects have been selected to receive a total of $20 million in awards as part of the ...
GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Greenwich Police Department is responding late Thursday to a
"very serious criminal matter," the department said via Twitter.
The case may ...
NORWALK, Conn. – Kate Stoker’s odyssey of 16 marathons in 16 states began in Boston last year. On Monday, the Norwalk runner looks to complete unfinished business.
Stoker, who has run 33 ...
STAMFORD, Conn., -- Last year’s terrorist bombing at the Boston Marathon won't deter Stamford resident Gavaskar Manayath, 43, from running the historic race again on Monday.
“I am never ...
FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Several tag sales are taking place in the Fairfield County area this weekend:
A resident of Darien is hosting a tag sale on Saturday and Sunday.
A resident of ...
GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Greenwich Police Department is accepting applications for its spring women's self-defense class that will begin on Monday, May 19.
The program is open to women ages 18 ...
GREENWICH, Conn. - Jenny Elizabeth Travers Bouza, a 60 year resident of Greenwich, died April 14. She was 99.
Bouza was born March 10, 1915, to Michael and Bertha Poltzner Travers. In 1954 she moved ...
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