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  1. Metro-North Riders Prepare For 1% Fare Hikes In New Year

    Metro-North Riders Prepare For 1% Fare Hikes In New Year

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- A fare increase of 1 percent goes into effect Jan. 1 on the Connecticut portion of the Metro-North New Haven Line. This is the fifth of seven consecutive annual increases requested by Connecticut Department of Transportation to help finance the new M-8 cars. This increase will affect ticket prices for travel between Connecticut and New York stations and ...

  2. Neighbor To Neighbor In Greenwich Receives $1.5 Million Gift

    Neighbor To Neighbor In Greenwich Receives $1.5 Million Gift

    GREENWICH, Conn. – Greenwich-based Neighbor to Neighbor has received a $1.5 million gift from the Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation. The gift kicks off Neighbor to Neighbor’s capital campaign, which is raising money to support the construction of a new building for the organization’s food and clothing operations. The foundation’s gift, a $1 million single pledge and a $500,000 ...

  3. Greenwich To Enjoy Warm Temps, Sunny Skies For Thanksgiving Holiday

    Greenwich To Enjoy Warm Temps, Sunny Skies For Thanksgiving Holiday

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- The weather for the Thanksgiving holiday in Fairfield County just gets better as the weekend nears, according to forecasts by the National Weather Service. Tuesday and Wednesday will feature partly sunny skies with highs in the mid-40s, and nighttime lows near freezing. By Thanksgiving Day, it will be almost balmy. The holiday will feature partly sunny skies ...

  4. Blumenthal, Murphy Urge Obama To Take Action On Gun Violence

    Blumenthal, Murphy Urge Obama To Take Action On Gun Violence

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – U.S. Sens. Chris Murphy and Richard Blumenthal, both D-Conn., led a group of 24 senators Monday in calling on President Barack Obama to investigate and pursue all possible options under his executive authority to reduce gun violence. In a letter to the president, the senators especially urged him to eliminate a loophole that currently allows individuals without ...

  5. First Presbyterian Church Serves Up Thanksgiving Meal To Greenwich Seniors

    First Presbyterian Church Serves Up Thanksgiving Meal To Greenwich Seniors

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- First Presbyterian Church of Greenwich will host its 18th annual Thanksgiving dinner for senior citizens at noon Thursday in the church’s Fellowship Hall. The FPCG community comes together every year to host a Thanksgiving dinner for seniors complete with home-cooked turkey and all the trimmings. About 100 volunteers orchestrate a sit-down meal for more than 100 ...

  6. Malloy: Upgrading Metro-North Would Boost Economy

    Malloy: Upgrading Metro-North Would Boost Economy

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says an economic analysis performed on his proposed upgrades to the Metro-North New Haven Line shows his plan would bring almost $10 million in benefits to Connecticut. Malloy claims the study demonstrates that the economic benefits of replacing the Metro-North Railroad commuter system is more than twice the cost of the project upgrades ...

  7. Author Speaks In Greenwich On Succeeding In College

    Author Speaks In Greenwich On Succeeding In College

    GREENWICH, Conn. – Author and academic adviser Kristin White will be at the Greenwich Public Library at 7 p.m. Thursday to discuss and sign copies of her new book, "It’s the Student, Not the College: The Secrets of Succeeding at Any School — Without Going Broke or Crazy."The book dispels the notion that attending an elite school guarantees success in life and supplies a road ...

  8. Greenwich's Bruce Museum Spotlights Fossils In New Exhibit

    Greenwich's Bruce Museum Spotlights Fossils In New Exhibit

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Bruce Museum in Greenwich will open a new exhbit, "Secrets of Fossil Lake," on Saturday. Fifty-two million years ago, subtropical forests stretched across what is now the United States, inhabited by a stunning array of animals ranging from miniature three-toed horses to 14-foot-long primitive crocodilians. These species died out long ago, but their ...

  9. Greenwich's St. Catherine's Troupe Auditions For 'Peter Pan'

    Greenwich's St. Catherine's Troupe Auditions For 'Peter Pan'

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- St. Catherine’s Players will have open auditions for its 2016 production of "Peter Pan" Monday, Nov. 30, and Tuesday Dec. 1, at St. Catherine Church, Lucey Parish Hall, 4 Riverside Ave., Riverside. This is the Broadway version of the show with mainly adult principals and an active ensemble of all ages. Children must be at least 8 years old or in third ...

  10. Police: Bridgeport Man Caught Watching Teen Girl Shower

    Police: Bridgeport Man Caught Watching Teen Girl Shower

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. – A Bridgeport man was arrested after police said he was caught watching a teenage girl shower last week.Rickardo Rhoden, 35, of Bridgeport, was charged with public indecency, breach of peace and trespassing and was held on $5,000 bond after his arrest on Thursday. Officers responded to a report of an assault involving two men at Beechwood and Laurel Avenue. A male ...

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