Amanda Cuda, Greenwich Time

Amanda Cuda

Greenwich Time

Bridgeport, CT, United States

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Recent articles by Amanda:

Greenwich author signs latest book at Westport Barnes and Noble

Deborah Goodrich Royce, a longtime resident of Riverside, appeared to promote her new... → Read More

At Home in Greenwich celebrates 15 years, the town's Employee of the Month is named and other news

At Home in Greenwich turns 15, a student raises money for those with cancer and other momentous occasions in Greenwich. → Read More

Greenwich Hospital donors match gifts up to $1M for behavioral health and other neighborhood news

Greenwich Hospital has announced a lead gift toward its Adolescent Behavioral Health Outpatient Program from two longtime Greenwich residents. → Read More

Greenwich, Stamford DPWs benefit from lack of snowstorms but caution 'It is only January'

If Greenwich and Stamford don't use salt intended for snow removal, it typically can be used next year. But the mild weather has also hit local hardware stores. → Read More

Greenwich church taps musician who led music at Queen Elizabeth's funeral as 'artist in residence'

James O'Donnell, who worked at Westminster Abbey, now teaches at the Yale Institute of Sacred Music and is artist-in-residence at Christ Church Greenwich. → Read More

Greenwich's new OnePass lets residents access all parks and beaches with a single card

Instead of using multiple passes to get into beaches, parks and the like, Greenwich residents can do it all from one card. → Read More

In photos: Greenwich's Eastern Middle School students bring 'High School Musical' to the stage

The play, based on the 2006 smash hit Disney movie, will be performed Feb. 2 to Feb. 4 at the Greenwich school. → Read More

Greenwich's interim special education coordinator named to post permanently

Joseph Baynes, who was interim special education coordinator for Greenwich Public Schools, has been named to the post permanently. → Read More

St. Joseph graduate, Seymour CT native making their way on TV

Seymour CT native and St. Joseph High School graduate Dani Foster, 26, has appeared in an episode "Law & Order: SVU" and in two national commercial campaigns. → Read More

Trumbull resident Frank Boyle, WWII vet who worked for years in radio, dies at 96

James Boyle said his father survived 35 bombing missions over Germany and France. His... → Read More

Bridgeport, Greenwich hospitals get more than $4 million from FEMA for COVID costs

This is in addition to a total of roughly $62.7 million hospitals in the Yale New Haven... → Read More

Trumbull track to host New England Nationals BMX competition

From Friday through Sunday, Trumbull BMX, at 370 Indian Ledge Park Road, will host the national competition, which is expected to bring roughly 2,500 people. → Read More

St. Vincent’s first in CT with new breast cancer surgery tech

St. Vincent’s recently started using a product called Magtrace, which aims to limit the... → Read More

From fireworks to COVID, what are the biggest July 4 health hazards?

The Independence Day holiday is a time of fireworks and fun, but it can also be dangerous due to drowning, car accidents and more. → Read More

Camping with caution: How to prepare kids for safe summer fun

Many experts said that not only is Connecticut starting to return to pre-COVID times when... → Read More

Lifeguard shortages? Depends on where you are in Bridgeport area

Some of the pools and beaches overseen by local parks and recreation departments are... → Read More

Lifeguard shortages? Depends on where you are in Bridgeport area

Some of the pools and beaches overseen by local parks and recreation departments are... → Read More

Expert: ‘Very high’ number of invasive ticks in Fairfield, New Haven counties

There are three invasive tick species — the Asian longhorned tick, the Gulf Coast tick and the lone star tick — seen in high numbers in Fairfield and New Haven counties. → Read More

CT doctor: Unknown how common disease Gilbert Gottfried died from is

Gilbert Gottfried — known, among other things, for his voice work in the Disney film... → Read More

Following Bruce Willis news, CT speech pathologist clarifies that aphasia, dementia not the same

Aphasia has garnered a lot of attention recently, following the announcement that movie... → Read More