Amanda Cuda, Greenwich Time

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Greenwich Time

Bridgeport, CT, United States

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Past articles by Amanda:

Three Greenwich students among those presenting at national science event and other celebrations

Three Greenwich students were among those winning honors at the 60th Connecticut Junior Science and Humanities Symposium at UConn Health in Farmington. → Read More

Stamford's Sam Cingari, former Grade A ShopRite exec, dies at 92: 'His home was open to everyone'

Sam (Salvatore) A. Cingari, Jr., former partner and CFO of Grade A Markets and the Cingari Family ShopRites of southwestern Connecticut, died Wednesday. → Read More

Greenwich woman to be honored at Food Rescue US fundraiser and other celebrations

Danielle Blaine, former Food Rescue US-Fairfield County site director and Greenwich resident, will receive the Leadership Award from the organization. → Read More

How $500 from the Giving Fund helped a Norwalk man's mental health: 'It’s a blessing'

The most recent Giving Fund raised $59,890 to help clients of Greenwich-based Family Centers and Darien-based Person-to-Person with basic living expenses . → Read More

Greenwich to start oiling Canadian goose eggs and other neighborhood news

Many water bodies have been identified by the Town of Greenwich Conservation Commission staff as being affected by an overpopulation of Canada geese. → Read More

Greenwich Concours car show to expand, welcome TV host Wayne Carini as grand marshal

Wayne Carini, who lives in Portland, Conn., hosted the long-running reality show 'Chasing Classic Cars," which aired for 17 seasons. → Read More

Two Greenwich residents among new SoundWaters board members, and other celebrations

SoundWaters, the region’s leader in climate science education, has added six members to its Board of Directors, including two from Greenwich. → Read More

Poll worker appreciation day at Central Middle School and other neighborhood notes

Greenwich’s poll workers are being celebrated March 2 at Central Middle School; the YMCA offers a tier for Greenwich employees and other news. → Read More

Stamford artist with lifelong love of the arts honors Black scholars in Greenwich Hospital show

Carl “Cal” Edward Bocicault, 34, of Stamford, has had his work on display in galleries in Greenwich, Norwalk, New York and other locations. → Read More

Stamford Health's checks on police officers has added years to a sergeant's heart, he said.

Stamford Police Sgt. Sean Scanlan underwent a free cardiac test for police officers given by Stamford Health, and what it found was startling. → Read More

Outdoor dining on Greenwich Ave.? Board of Selectman to revisit rules for restaurants

The Greenwich Board of Selectmen will discuss outdoor dining at its meeting at 10 a.m. Thursday. Members of the public are invited. → Read More

Greenwich's St. Barnabas Episcopal Church names new leader and other neighborhood news

The Reverend Dr. Justin E. Crisp has been named the new priest and leader at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, 954 Lake Ave. → Read More

Greenwich man living out childhood dream of being a meteorologist: 'That's just fascinating for me.'

Max Lagano is the weather reporter for a television station in Louisiana, KPLC in Lake Charles. → Read More

Celebrations: Greenwich DAR chapter congratulates local essay winners, woman turns 100 and more

The Putnam Hill Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution announced which Greenwich youths won prizes in a 2022 essay contest. → Read More

Greenwich High students named Presidential Scholar candidates.

Nine Greenwich High School seniors were selected as candidates for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program, and other things to celebrate. → Read More

Greenwich nonprofit hosts Valentine's Day bake sale and other neighborhood notes

Barbara’s House, a human services nonprofit in Greenwich, will have a bake sale on Feb. 14 in the Greenwich Town Hall lobby. → Read More

Greenwich's Hamilton Avenue, Cos Cob schools get new principals

Greenwich Supt. Toni Jones announced that Diane Chiappetta Fox will be principal of Hamilton Avenue School and Kerry Gavin will lead Cos Cob School. → Read More

In photos: Greenwich Library's Flinn Gallery launches its newest exhibit, GLOW

The exhibit, which opens Feb. 9 and runs until March 22, features two- and three-dimensional artworks by a quartet of abstract artists. → Read More

A Greenwich student wins at robotics, nonprofits got $200K in grant funds and other celebrations

A student from Greenwich's Cos Cob area was part of a team that won the Excellence Award at a New York robotics competition last month. → Read More

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