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This arial photo, by John Gotch, shows construction of the new incinerator in Chickahominy. Hamilton Avenue is in the background. Comment?
Old Greenwich resident Sarah Bamford shows the step count on her FitBit digital fitness tracker after running on the treadmill at CLAY Health Club and Spa in Port Chester, N.Y. Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015. Bamford got a FitBit for Christmas, used it for a short time and lost interest and motivation to use it since then. Comment?
A new memorial to 9/11 victims is a step closer to completion, following a successful benefit concert that raised $75,000 for the cause. The indie-roots band Dispatch, preceded by local artists Caroline Jones and The Ian Murray Band, rocked the house at Garcia's, an intimate venue inside the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, N.Y. A member of Dispatch, Pete Francis Heimbold, grew up in Riverside and went to Brunswick School. Comment?
Good food is an integral part of the very fabric of Granit Balidemaj's life, having grown up in the kitchen at Alba's, an Italian restaurant in Port Chester, N.Y. But at the age of 24, the Greenwich resident is stepping out from the comfort of a back-of-the-house kitchen by opening his own catering company, Granit Events & Catering. "At a restaurant, when you're cooking, you're back there in the kitchen, and it's more distant," said Balidemaj. Comment?
At some point, in the weeks to come, the husband-and-wife singing duo of Chris Rademaker and Jodi King will get a chance to relax and enjoy Christmas with their families, a spell that will likely include multiple viewings of one particular holiday classic. Rademaker is a fan of "A Charlie Brown Christmas." Comment?
A visit to the new Clay Health Club + Spa, just a few yards over the state line at 11 Riverdale Ave., Port Chester, N.Y., begins with valet parking service, something you're not likely to find at an L.A. Fitness or other big-box gym. "You can also get your car detailed while you're here," said Lance Root, the club's general manager. Comment?
PSEG Power Connecticut, which runs the coal-fired power plant in Bridgeport's South End, announced that it has donated and will install about 1,600 solar panels at two of Bridgeport's libraries -- the downtown Burroughs-Saden Library, at 925 Broad St.; and the North Branch Library, at 3455 Madison Ave. The company has hired RGS Energy of Port Chester, N.Y., as the engineering, procurement and construction management vendor for the work. RGS is one of the oldest and largest solar energy companies in the United States and, with its recent acquisition of Mercury Solar Systems, now has a larger Connecticut presence. Comment?
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