Tatiana Flowers, Greenwich Time

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Greenwich Time

Greenwich, CT, United States

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Greenwich Hospital changes its policy on visitors

The hospital will begin allowing visitors into the building - on a limited basis and if they are wearing masks. → Read More

Protesters rail against racism in Greenwich march

Some 200 demonstrators took to Greenwich Avenue Saturday, with the message that silence in the face of injustice is as bad as open bigotry. → Read More

Justice for Brunch sets up weekend march through central Greenwich

The Black Lives Matter rally will begin at Greenwich Town Hall and head to the Island Beach Ferry parking lot for speakers. → Read More

Shake Shack 'horrified' officers' drinks may have had bleach

NEW YORK (AP) - New York City police determined there was no criminality by Shake Shack employees after three officers drank milkshakes believed to be contaminated with bleach. Police came to the determination after "a thorough investigation," NYPD Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison said in a tweet early Tuesday. The officers had been assigned to work at a protest Monday evening in Manhattan… → Read More

Greenwich police chief takes questions on topics from body cameras to community outreach

Greenwich Police Chief Jim Heavey answered questions from the community in a virtual talk led by the Greenwich League of Women Voters. → Read More

‘We would rather go carefully and slowly:’ Greenwich forum gets explanation of coronavirus reopening

Many Greenwich residents asked questions about the slow reopening process in Connecticut for businesses, activities and more. → Read More

Greenwich United Way awards $113K to agencies helping during the coronavirus outbreak

The Greenwich United Way will continue to review grant applications and give more money to agencies supporting the most vulnerable during the pandemic. → Read More

Iona Prep donates 75 pounds of food to Neighbor to Neighbor in Greenwich

To help alleviate an increasing need for social supports during the pandemic, the all-boy's school donated the food from its freezers to the food pantry. → Read More

Greenwich’s human services commissioner delays retirement amid coronavirus outbreak

Alan Barry will continue to lead the town's Department of Human Services through August, instead of leaving in late May. → Read More

Greenwich family raises money for Centro at the Mill employees

The small Italian restaurant in Glenville has closed its doors as part of the effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Greenwich food pantry moves to bigger location to help during the coronavirus outbreak

Neighbor to Neighbor leaders said they'll have more space at the Arch Street Teen Center to pack up groceries for those in need during the pandemic. → Read More

Joseph Lowery, civil rights leader and MLK aide, dies at 98

ATLANTA (AP) - The Rev. Joseph E. Lowery fought to end segregation, lived to see the election of the country's first black president and echoed the call for "justice to roll down like waters and righteousness like a mighty stream" in America. For more than four decades after the death of his friend and civil rights icon, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., the fiery Alabama preacher was on the… → Read More

Greenwich area human service agencies cancel fundraisers amid coronavirus outbreak

Leaders at Port Chester Carver Center and Children's Learning Centers of Fairfield County are hoping to raise money through donations instead. → Read More

Greenwich Human Services Department sees uptick in requests for help

Agency leaders say there's enough funding to help more clients, but there's a concern that the department may become overwhelmed in the coming days. → Read More

Town donates $100K to launch Greenwich United Way’s coronavirus emergency fund

Individuals, companies and corporations are asked to make donations to the fund, which supports human service agencies that are most in need of financial help. → Read More

Greenwich United Way convenes emergency meetings with human services leaders amid coronavirus outbreak

A new database ensures that services for those in need will continue and that human services leaders can stay abreast of program and staffing updates. → Read More

Cos Cob colonial / $1.825 million

Built in 1968, the five-bedroom, six-bath colonial at 18 Benenson Drive in Cos Cob has been well-maintained, according to the listing brokerage. The 4,324-square-foot residence enjoys a one-acre setting, with a perimeter of mature trees for added privacy. The property is located in a quiet, tree-lined neighborhood. The main-level floor plan includes a spacious living room with a fireplace;… → Read More

Renovated farmhouse / $1.875 million

The 1965 farmhouse-style colonial at 43 Mianus View Terrace, Cos Cob, has been gut-renovated, creating 4,580 square feet of living space, with spacious, light-filled rooms. The modern farmhouse now has an open-plan kitchen and family room - the kitchen, complemented by a breakfast room, and the family room, with a fireplace. There's also a living room, dining room, office space, a mudroom and… → Read More

AAC men’s basketball tournament canceled amid fear of coronavirus

The American Athletic Conference men's basketball tournament scheduled to begin Thursday in Fort Worth, Texas has been canceled because of the spread of the coronavirus. → Read More

Spring has sprung — early — in Greenwich

The hillside at East Putnam Avenue and Maple Avenue is turning green - and purple and white and yellow - as it warms up. → Read More