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  1. Westport Community Theatre Stages 'Witness For The Prosecution'

    Westport Community Theatre Stages 'Witness For The Prosecution'

    WESTPORT, Conn. — Murder, mystery and more are coming to the Westport Community Theatre as Agatha Christie's play "Witness for the Prosecution" is set to hit the stage.Tom Rushen directs a cast of 14 local actors in performances from Nov. 25 through Dec. 11.A psychological thriller, "Witness for the Prosecution" is about a brutal murder of glamorous and rich Emily ...

  2. Police Investigating Swastikas Found Painted On Buildings In Danbury

    Police Investigating Swastikas Found Painted On Buildings In Danbury

    DANBURY, Conn. — A Danbury resident was one victim in a string of hate crimes in the city after a downtown home on Division Street had a swastika painted on it Monday, the News Times reported.According to the News Times, the incident is one of four that detectives are actively investigating. The incidents all occurred in the same neighborhood surrounding West Street in the weeks running ...

  3. Former ESPN Boss Bodenheimer To Tell Sports Tales At Greenwich Library

    Former ESPN Boss Bodenheimer To Tell Sports Tales At Greenwich Library

    GREENWICH, Conn. — One of the men behind the sports television network ESPN is coming to Greenwich to discuss the book detailing the network's rise to prominence.Former ESPN executive George Bodenheimer will be interviewed by veteran ESPN anchor Bob Ley at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 26 in the Greenwich Library's Cole Auditorium. Bodenheimer's memoir "Every Town is a Sports Town: Business ...

  4. Registration For Greenwich's Swim Across America Team Opens

    Registration For Greenwich's Swim Across America Team Opens

    GREENWICH, Conn. — Registration is now open for the 10th annual Swim Across America.The Greenwich-Stamford Swim will take place on Saturday, June 25 in the Long Island Sound on the border of Greenwich and Stamford at 96 Cummings Point Road. Swimmers and volunteers will be joining together to "make waves" to defeat cancer. Swimmers, boaters, kayakers, paddle boarders and land ...

  5. Letter: Bill To Help Organ Donors Would Increase Donations In Greenwich

    Letter: Bill To Help Organ Donors Would Increase Donations In Greenwich

    GREENWICH, Conn. — The Greenwich Daily Voice accepts signed and original letters to the editor up to 350 words. To submit your letter, email greenwich@dailyvoice.com To the Editor: Many living organ donors today experience higher premiums or denial of insurance coverage based solely on their status as a donor. But hopefully not for long. In late February, the Living Donor Protection Act ...

  6. Evangelin 'Ginger' Drought, 88, Longtime Greenwich Resident

    GREENWICH, Conn. — Longtime Greenwich resident Evangelin "Ginger" Drought died on Wednesday, April 27. She was 88.She was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Aug. 28, 1928, to Harry and Katherine Aidinis. Her family moved to Greece and returned to the U.S. in 1940  before Germany's invasion.She graduated from Greenwich High School in 1947 and later from the Merrill Business School in ...

  7. Are You Bringing Your Child To Work, Greenwich?

    Are You Bringing Your Child To Work, Greenwich?

    Children are welcome into the workplace on Thursday for the 23rd annual Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work day, launched by the Ms. Foundation. On April 28, over 37 million people in the United States are expected to participate in the event, according to the Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Foundation.President Barack Obama wrote a letter of support for the day, stating "In ...

  8. Young Musician From Greenwich Performs At Carnegie Hall

    Young Musician From Greenwich Performs At Carnegie Hall

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Conductors and students at Stamford Young Artists Philharmonic (SYAP) are preparing for a different season finale than any other in the program's history — the orchestra's debut at Carnegie Hall.SYAP Music Director Christian Capocaccia was considering the idea from the moment he inherited the orchestra from maestro Salvatore Princiotti in 2012. After four years of work ...

  9. Play Ball In Honor Of National Babe Ruth Day, Greenwich

    Play Ball In Honor Of National Babe Ruth Day, Greenwich

    One of the greatest baseball players in history, and a cultural icon, is being honored with his own day on Wednesday.National Babe Ruth Day is April 27 in honor of George Herman "Babe" Ruth Jr.Ruth, who's known mostly for his time with the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, retired as baseball's all-time home run king with 714 home runs before ultimately being surpassed by ...

  10. Tri-Area Students Facing Greater Competition For College Enrollment

    Tri-Area Students Facing Greater Competition For College Enrollment

    With the importance of a college degree continuing to rise, more students in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are submitting applications to multiple colleges and universities, according to the New York Times.Students utilizing the Common Application — one application that's completed online and able to be submitted to multiple schools — rose to 920,000 through mid-April, compared ...

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