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Greenwich Teen Earning Girl Scout Gold Award Tops News Last Week

See the stories that topped the news in Greenwich last week.
See the stories that topped the news in Greenwich last week. Photo Credit:

GREENWICH, Conn. - Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Greenwich last week:

  • Eliana Betzios of Greenwich earned her Girl Scout Gold Award for her project to unify cheerleaders across the town and prepare middle school girls for high school.
  • Crumbs Bake Shop , known for its giant cupcakes and unique flavors, closed down its shops nationwide, including a store in town at 48 W. Putnam Ave.
  • Stores along Greenwich Avenue in Greenwich are looking to expand, but instead of building out, they are looking to build up to the second floor.
  • Ridgefield police identified the 15-month-old child who died after being left in a hot car as Benjamin Seitz and also confirmed that they are investigating the death.
  • The Greenwich Hospital Foundation announced that Linda McMahon has given a $1 million gift through the Vince and Linda McMahon Family Foundation to purchase 3-D mammography machines, the most advanced technology available for early breast cancer detection.
  • The Patriot National Bank team from the Junior Babe Ruth Leagues secured its fourth consecutive league title with a 9-7 win over Fire House Deli .