Monday Apr 14
Greenwich Man Faces Larceny Charge
A man is facing a first-degree larceny charge in connection with a rental car that was reported stolen in Norwalk.
Letter: Camillo Deserving of Cos Cob Fire Police Chief's Award
To the Editor: Last Saturday night, hundreds of town residents and officials came out in support of the all-volunteer patrol division of the Greenwich Fire Department when the Cos Cob Fire Police Patrol had their first annual fundraiser.
Entrepreneurship blossoms in Fairfield County
Jay Ragusa, founder of Gofer Ice Cream, holds a cone filled with Blue Monster ice cream at his store in the Cos Cob section of Greenwich, Conn., Tuesday, April 1, 2014.
Cos Cob Fire Police Patrol To Honor State Rep. Camillo At Weekend Benefit
When the Cos Cob Fire Police Patrol holds its inaugural benefit this weekend, they'll also be honoring state Rep. Fred Camillo with the patrol's newly-created Chief's Award.
Suspect in Cos Cob ID, Credit Card Theft Is Caught
A woman is facing identity theft and larceny charges in connection with the December burglary of a Cos Cob home.
CT: Metro-North Completes Braking Upgrade
Metro-North Railroad has completed federally ordered upgrades to its signal system at five moveable bridges and two critical curves on the New Haven Line to automatically stop trains when engineers fail to slow down, the railroad announced Sunday.
Happy Coin caters to amateurs and collectors alike in Greenwich
Co-owners Chris Moran, left, and Jerry Jackson pose next to a print of one of their more unique coins, a 1919 double-struck inverted buffalo nickel, for sale at their shop, The Happy Coin, in the Cos Cob neighborhood of Greenwich, Conn., on Wednesday, March 19, 2014.