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  1. Local Leaders Serve Meals At Shelter That Serves Greenwich Residents

    Local Leaders Serve Meals At Shelter That Serves Greenwich Residents

    STAMFORD, CONN. -- Several local and state representatives gathered recently to honor National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness week by helping with a meal service at an emergency shelter operated by Stamford-based Pacific House that serves people from Greenwich, Stamford, Darien and New Canaan.State Sen. Carlo Leone, a Democrat representing Stamford and Darien, State Rep. Caroline ...

  2. Navin Gets More Time To Mull Deal In Easton Murder Case

    Navin Gets More Time To Mull Deal In Easton Murder Case

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- A judge is giving Kyle Navin a little more time to decide whether to take a plea deal or go to trial on charges that he killed his Easton parents last year in an effort to get their money, according to the Connecticut Post.At a hearing Thursday, Superior Court Judge Robert Devlin continued the case to Jan. 12 to allow for further discussion about the unspecified ...

  3. WWE's Linda McMahon Meets With Trump In Manhattan

    WWE's Linda McMahon Meets With Trump In Manhattan

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- Greenwich's Linda McMahon, WWE founding executive and two-time Connecticut Senate hopeful, met with President-elect Donald Trump in Manhattan on Wednesday, fueling speculation that she is being considered for his administration, according to the Connecticut Post.The Connecticut Post attributed the information to an unnamed source, while a spokesman for McMahon, who ...

  4. Get Financial Improvement Tips At Greenwich United Way Program

    Get Financial Improvement Tips At Greenwich United Way Program

    GREENWICH, CONN. -- Greenwich United Way officials say nearly 20 percent of the town's population is at or below poverty level or employed with limited assets, so they are inviting people to take part in a presentation Monday at the Greenwich Library about making tough choices to improve financial health.David Rabin, CEO of the Greenwich United Way, will walk people through the new ...

  5. Artists Speak About Art In Small Scales At Greenwich Museum

    Artists Speak About Art In Small Scales At Greenwich Museum

    GREENWICH, CONN. -- Four artists whose work is featured in a art in small scales exhibition at the Bruce Museum plan to speak about using small scales as an art medium at a public reception Thursday at the Greenwhich museum.The panel discussion coincides with the ongoing exhibit, titled "Small Scales: Lands of Enchantment," which opened Oct. 29 and continues through Jan. 29 at ...

  6. Special Olympics' Shriver To Speak About Inclusion At Fairfield University

    Special Olympics' Shriver To Speak About Inclusion At Fairfield University

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Special Olympics Chairman Timothy P. Shriver was 9 years old when his mother, Eunice Kennedy Shriver, launched the Special Olympics in Chicago. His lifelong passion for helping people with special needs is why Fairfield University invited him to speak about his humanitarian work on Nov. 16 at the school.As part of the 19th annual Jacoby-Lunin Humanitarian Lectureship ...

  7. Speaker To Give First-Hand Account In Greenwich Of Syrian Refugee Camps

    Speaker To Give First-Hand Account In Greenwich Of Syrian Refugee Camps

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- Women of Vision Fairfield County invites those interested in learning more about the Syrian refugee crisis to a Nov. 2 presentation in Greenwich by a World Vision worker who has visited refugee camps.Steve Haas, catalyst and senior engagement leader at World Vision, will talk about his personal experiences traveling to refugee camps, along with the political, ...

  8. Police: Norwalk Man With Facsimile Gun Chased Down In Stamford Town Center

    Police: Norwalk Man With Facsimile Gun Chased Down In Stamford Town Center

    STAMFORD, Conn. — A 29-year-old Norwalk man was arrested after police say he was spotted Wednesday with a "facsimile" gun at the Stamford Town Center, then tried to elude police in a rowdy chase through the shopping center, according to the Stamford Advocate.Mohmed Boumazzourn of Camp Street in Norwalk is charged with carrying a facsimile firearm, reckless endangerment, ...

  9. Explorer Screens Film About Testing Limits At Greenwich Library

    Explorer Screens Film About Testing Limits At Greenwich Library

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- Luc Hardy, Greenwich businessman, adventurer and author, is screening a film he helped produce about the Antarctic explorations of Ernest Shackleton on Wednesday at the Greenwich Library."The Pursuit of Endurance" is a film about nine people who come together to retrace Shackleton's historic 1914 adventure in Antarctica that tested the limits of human ...

  10. Man Honored For Jumping In To Help Save Overboard Boater In The Sound

    Man Honored For Jumping In To Help Save Overboard Boater In The Sound

    NORWALK, Conn. -- A Norwalk resident is being hailed a hero for his efforts to help police save a victim of a September boating accident in Long Island Sound.Members of the Norwalk Police Department and Police Commission gave Michael Golden a Civilian Award last week for his efforts in the September incident. In a Facebook post, police officials said that on Sept. 10, Golden jumped into ...

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