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After 11 years as a Girl Scout, Greenwich High School junior Sammy Salkin is finally working to cap off her scouting career by guiding middle school students through an animal awareness program that culminates in her acquisition of a Gold Award. Comment?
Greenwich High School students are preparing to honor a fellow student who passed away by fulfilling her dream of helping to rebuild Haiti, with the help of buildOn, an organization that works with teens in struggling communities. Comment?
The Board of Education has made clear that it will not use redistricting as a means to bring schools into racial balance but at the same time it will not remove it as an option to address other issues. Comment?
The Anti-Defamation League will present its Daniel R. Ginsberg Humanitarian Award to Greenwich's Alma Rutgers and Don Snyder, along with Stamford's Rabbi David Israel at ADL's 2012 Daniel R. Ginsberg Humanitarian Award Reception tonight, Jan. Comment?
It is set to be a historic day at The Nathaniel Witherell today as ground is officially broken on the facility's Project Renew and Gov. Comment?
Efforts to strengthen school security are ongoing in Greenwich, but Superintendent of Schools William McKersie said last week that he hopes to give a more "definitive statement" about it in early February. Comment?
The Leader's Institute is on a roll and children at the YMCA will soon have the bikes to prove it. Comment?
Are you the parent of a child that just won't stop their tantrums? A show on Greenwich's Channel 79 may be there to help you. Comment?
With a snowy, slushy mix on the ground, Greenwich Public Schools have announced a two-hour delayed opening for all classes, but for those hoping for a snow day, so far school is still in session. Comment?
On Dec. 14, Congregation Shir Ami hosted more than 100 members of the congregation and the community for its tenth annual Chanukah Live! celebration. Comment?
The Perrot Library in Old Greenwich will host author Eric Kahn Gale who will discuss The Bully Book on Jan. Comment?
The first-ever Greenwich Canstruction Competition, which took place in October to benefit Neighbor to Neighbor, is being hailed as a major success after raising more than $76,000 for the local food and clothing pantry. Comment?
Looking to brush up on your technology skills? The Greenwich Computer Training Center, Sr.Net, is offering courses from Jan. Comment?
Andy Bronin, attending dermatologist at Greenwich Hospital and associate clinical professor of dermatology at the Yale School of Medicine, was recently honored by the Melanoma Research Foundation with its Humanitarian Award at the organization's annual gala in New York. Comment?
The art of storytelling has recently made a comeback and the Greenwich Historical Society is right on cue with their upcoming storytelling workshop. Comment?
Jamie McGowan, 25, of Philadelphia, Pa., was sentenced last week by United States District Judge Vanessa L. Bryant to 18 months of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release, for her role in a credit card fraud and identity theft scheme in Greenwich. Comment?
Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities, Inc., a Westport-based nonprofit organization, recently announced the 2013 Fred J. Epstein Youth Achievement Award Contest, a nationwide recognition for students 19 or younger with learning disabilities or ADHD will take place in Old Greenwich. Comment?
The month of January has been designated as Radon Action Month in Connecticut and the Greenwich Department of Health, for the seventh consecutive year, has obtained grant funds from the state to support radon testing and provide Radon-In-Air test kits to town residents. Comment?
So says town author Missy Wolfe, whose recent work Insubordinate Spirit: A True Story of Life and Loss in Earliest America 1610-1655 has uncovered many hidden truths about Greenwich's Colonial past. Comment?
Mr. Lyons is the author of The Next Christians: The Good News About the End of Christian America, and UnChristian: What a New Generation Really Thinks About Christianity and Why It Matters, a bestselling book discussing what he calls the "pervasiveness of pop culture's negative perceptions of Christians." Mr. Comment?