Justin Papp, The News-Times

Justin Papp

The News-Times

Stamford, CT, United States

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Past articles by Justin:

CT school districts must offer Black and Latino studies courses in 2022. Some districts are ahead of the curve.

Connecticut was the first state to require that districts offer such a course, by fall... → Read More

To mask or not to mask? On Greenwich Avenue, the question looms large as COVID cases rise

State and local officials are tightening mask regulations in response to increasing... → Read More

Staples of Riverside sends free back-to-school supplies to all the students in Horizons at Brunswick

The national enrichment program serves boys from low-income families in Greenwich and... → Read More

Greenwich schools look to bring back twice-a-week COVID-19 tracker when classes resume

Via the tracker, the district provided twice a week updates on coronavirus cases among... → Read More

Debate over political signs reemerges ahead of elections in Greenwich after thefts, vandalism

Signs placed by the conservative Greenwich Patriots are legally placed, according to town... → Read More

Turnover in Greenwich Schools' Central Office attributed to opportunities, retirement or 'lack of performance'

In just under two years, nine prominent Central Office staffers have left the school... → Read More

Departures from the Greenwich Public Schools

Since Superintendent of Schools Toni Jones was hired in January 2019, nine prominent... → Read More

'We need to remain flexible': Greenwich private schools draft tentative plans amid increasing COVID cases

With the delta variant on the rise and federal and state guidance changing every week,... → Read More

Greenwich Symphony Orchestra conducts grand search for new leader

Each of the five finalists will have a turn holding the baton and leading weekend... → Read More

To sell a house where a murder occurred, agents face unique challenges: 'Not just economics ... It's emotion.'

According to real estate professionals, houses where violent crimes happened, like the... → Read More

Greenwich's new special education director outlines path forward for changes after critical audit

Stacey Heiligenthaler, interim director of Pupil Personnel Services, provided an update... → Read More

Greenwich police: Two charged with larceny in theft of 'Do You Love Freedom' signs

Two times in the past week, town residents have been arrested in connection with the... → Read More

Field remediation at Greenwich High 'moving forward' as soil cleanup stays on schedule

The fields are closed for the summer as crews remove hazardous soil as part of a... → Read More

Home away from home: Mad Dog Cricket Club brings sport, sense of community to Greenwich

The club, in operation since 1990 with players from cricket-playing nations around the... → Read More

Greenwich teen activists push for action on climate change: 'We are the voices of the future'

Members of the group gathered at Town Hall to push for local officials to signal their... → Read More

Greenwich-based Family Centers to auction classic roadster as part of 'Roaring Twenties' benefit

The Fairfield County nonprofit is raising money to support its 25 health, education and... → Read More

Greenwich-based Family Centers to auction classic roadster as part of 'Roaring Twenties' benefit

The Fairfield County nonprofit is raising money to support its 25 health, education and... → Read More

'I am wild:' Greenwich artist creates his vision of a lion for a global conservation exhibition and fundraiser

The Lion Tusk Trail is sponsored by two nonprofits and will raise money for conservation... → Read More

State Bond Commission approves $1.2 million for Greenwich High entryway project

The award to Greenwich was part of hundreds of millions of dollars for capital projects... → Read More

New neighborhood approach started in Greenwich helps to 'take anxiety out of summer school'

The program, started this year at Julian Curtiss and Western Middle, is aimed at... → Read More