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  1. Greenwich Nonprofit Celebrates 15 Years With Event In Darien

    Greenwich Nonprofit Celebrates 15 Years With Event In Darien

    DARIEN, Conn. -- Susie De Rafelo and Jan Ivarsson of Greenwich celebrated 15 years of Orphans International Worldwide with a seaside garden party at the home of Karin and Lennart Mengwall in the Tokeneke neighborhood of Darien.The garden party was the final event of the Orphans International Worldwide national fund- and awareness-raising campaign of the summer of 2015. It featured Jim ...

  2. Greenwich Could See First Freeze Of Season This Weekend

    Greenwich Could See First Freeze Of Season This Weekend

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Winter is on its way, and if you needed any reminders, Fairfield County could see frost this weekend, according to the National Weather Service. A freeze watch is in effect from late Saturday night through Sunday morning for the New York metropolitan area, including Fairfield County; Westchester, Rockland and Putnam counties in New York; and parts of Passaic ...

  3. Collaborative Center, Links In Greenwich Plans Open House

    Collaborative Center, Links In Greenwich Plans Open House

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- The Collaborative Center for Learning and Development and Links Academy One-to-One Learning will hold its fall open house ​Monday, from​ 5:30 to 7 p.m. ​at 78 Harvard Ave., Suite 330, Stamford. "Our open house will give parents, school personal and other student service providers the opportunity to gain an understanding of our highly individualized, integrated ...

  4. Tests Find Legionella Bacteria At Greenwich High's Cooling Tower

    Tests Find Legionella Bacteria At Greenwich High's Cooling Tower

    GREENWICH, Conn. — Tests of a Greenwich High School cooling tower found evidence of legionlla bacteria, which can cause Legionnaire's disease, according to a report in greenwichtime.com.School and health officials say the bacteria does not pose a threat to students and staff, greenwichtime.com reported. Superintendent of Schools William McKersie said tests at two other Greenwich schools ...

  5. Stamford Parents Arrested After Malnourished Son Is Found In Filthy Home

    Stamford Parents Arrested After Malnourished Son Is Found In Filthy Home

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Two Stamford residents are facing child neglect charges after police said they found their dehydrated and malnourished son living in a filthy and unsanitary home. On Sept. 28, the Stamford police patrol division was dispatched to 117 Myrtle Ave. to investigate a medical call. Upon arrival, patrol units found a severely dehydrated and malnourished female caring for a ...

  6. Republicans' Fall Gala In Redding Features Larry Kudlow, Chris Shays

    Republicans' Fall Gala In Redding Features Larry Kudlow, Chris Shays

    REDDING, Conn. -- The Redding Republican Town Committee is sponsoring An Evening with Larry Kudlow on Saturday, Oct. 17, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Redding Country Club. Joining Kudlow will be a special guest of honor, former U.S. Rep. Christopher H. Shays. Kudlow is a nationally syndicated columnist, CNBC senior contributor and radio host of the nationally syndicated "Larry Kudlow ...

  7. Stamford Firefighter Gains Award For Saving Man From Greenwich Blaze

    Stamford Firefighter Gains Award For Saving Man From Greenwich Blaze

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Stamford firefighter Rocco Terenzio, assigned to the West Side Fire Station, recently received the Police and Firemen’s Insurance Association’s Heroes Hall of Fame award for saving a man's life in a Greenwich house fire. The award recognizes acts of bravery on or off duty that leads to the saving of another’s life. The incident for which Terenzio is receiving the ...

  8. Gov. Malloy Urges Connecticut Residents To Prepare For Hurricane Joaquin

    Gov. Malloy Urges Connecticut Residents To Prepare For Hurricane Joaquin

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Gov. Dannel Malloy is asking Connecticut residents to closely monitor the path of Hurricane Joaquin, which is expected to impact the East Coast over the next several days, and be prepared for severe weather conditions next week. Malloy continues to work with state emergency management officials to monitor the storm and make preparations for necessary state ...

  9. Hurricane Joaquin Strengthens As It Treks Toward Northeast

    Hurricane Joaquin Strengthens As It Treks Toward Northeast

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Hurricane Joaquin is on its way to the East Coast, possibly bringing rain, wind and the threat of flooding and other damage to Fairfield County, according to the National Weather Service. Forecasters expect the storm to continue to strengthen near the Bahamas over the next few days before turning northward along the Eastern Seaboard. The National Weather ...

  10. Redding's Kudlow Denies Making Decision On Bid To Challenge Blumenthal

    Redding's Kudlow Denies Making Decision On Bid To Challenge Blumenthal

    REDDING, Conn. – Larry Kudlow, the conservative news commentator on CNBC, said he has not made a decision about whether to run against U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal in 2016, according to a report in CTmirror.org.Kudlow said in a tweet that a New York Post article saying he had decided was inaccurate, CTmirror.org reported.Kudlow is a former official in the Reagan administration and ...

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