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  1. Greenwich Native Becomes Director Of Programs At Hometown YMCA

    Greenwich Native Becomes Director Of Programs At Hometown YMCA

    GREENWICH, Conn. --  A Greenwich native has taken over as director of programs at the YMCA of Greenwich, which is about to turn 100.“YMCA programs service a real need for numerous youth, families, and seniors in our town," said Heather Brown Lowthert. She will oversee the Y's sports, camps, wellness and aquatics programs."I look forward to being part of a team that makes an ...

  2. World Record Still Sinking In For Rower At St. Luke's In New Canaan

    World Record Still Sinking In For Rower At St. Luke's In New Canaan

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- St. Luke's rower Nate Phelps said the fact that he recently broke a world record is still sinking in.Phelps, a Ridgefield native, broke the U-17 10,000 meter indoor rowing world record at the Maritime Rowing Club on Saturday, March 4. Phelps beat the previous record, held by Trey Holterman of Hillsborough, Calif., by 5.8 seconds setting a new time of 34:10.7. “It’s ...

  3. Stamford Native Reels-Out Comedy At Tribeca Film Festival

    Stamford Native Reels-Out Comedy At Tribeca Film Festival

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — The 16th Annual Tribeca Film Festival next month will include the work of two filmmakers from Fairfield County.The films were recently announced as official selections in the festival and will have their world premieres at Tribeca.Stamford native Rick Rosenthal is the producer of "A Thousand Junkies," directed and written by Tommy Swerdlow. The ...

  4. Take A Trot Through The Zoo As Beardsley Hosts First-Ever 5K

    Take A Trot Through The Zoo As Beardsley Hosts First-Ever 5K

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- The first-ever 5K with a course through the Beardsley Zoo in Bridgeport will be held Sunday, April 2.Kids will have free admission to the zoo that day as well.All age and ability runners and walkers are welcome to register now for the fundraiser. There will be a kids fun and snacks will be provided. The course ends at the zoo's carousel.The 5K begins at 9 a.m. at ...

  5. Greenwich Keeps In The Spirit Of St. Patrick's With Sunday Parade

    Greenwich Keeps In The Spirit Of St. Patrick's With Sunday Parade

    GREENWICH, Conn. — Everybody's still Irish on Sunday, when the Greenwich St. Patrick's Day parade hits the streets at 2 p.m.The Hibernian Association is gearing up for the parade — in rain or snow —although they are hoping for sunshine.The parade starts at Town Hall, then goes on Field Point Road, and along the Post Road, and then all the way down Greenwich Avenue.Greenwich police ...

  6. Play Ball! St. Luke's In New Canaan Announces Summer Sports Camp

    Play Ball! St. Luke's In New Canaan Announces Summer Sports Camp

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- St. Luke’s Sports Camps  in New Canaan will offer seven weeks of multi-sports activities over the course of the summer months. The full-day camp is for children 8-14 and will utilize St. Luke’s state-of-the-art facilities.“The summer should be about fun, so our number one goal is for every kid who attends our camp to have a great time," said Camp Director Dan ...

  7. Is Little Pub In Cos Cob, Fairfield, Ridgefield, Wilton DVlicious Best?

    Is Little Pub In Cos Cob, Fairfield, Ridgefield, Wilton DVlicious Best?

    COS COB, Conn. -- Any way you flip it, the burger is one of America’s favorite foods. We asked for your top picks in the county; five finalists are in the running with each being profiled this week.Who will win? It’s up to you, so let your fingers do the clicking. Voting ends 4 p.m. Tuesday, March 28. You can vote multiple times, albeit once per day.Little Pub, Fairfield, Wilton, ...

  8. Twins Visit Greenwich Hospital To Say Thanks For Care Received As Preemies

    Twins Visit Greenwich Hospital To Say Thanks For Care Received As Preemies

    GREENWICH, Conn. — Greenwich twins Colin and Lance Hulme recently paid a visit with their family to Greenwich Hospital's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit to thank the staff and deliver a donation of money from their piggy banks.The Greenwich Hospital NICU is where the boys, nearly 12 years ago, spent their first few months of life after their premature birth at 25 weeks and weighing less ...

  9. History Students To Descend On SHU Campus For Mammoth Contest

    History Students To Descend On SHU Campus For Mammoth Contest

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- A mammoth history contest with more than 300 hopefuls is taking over the Sacred Heart University campus in Fairfield on Saturday.Students from middle schools and high schools across Fairfield County will vie for prizes in the Fairfield Regional History Day Contest.The public is invited to attend the event and review exhibits, performances, papers, documentaries, ...

  10. Sister Catherine Rowe, 75, Maryknoll Sister for 53 Years Dies

    Sister Catherine Rowe, 75, Maryknoll Sister for 53 Years Dies

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Stamford-born Sister Catherine Rowe, a Maryknoll Sister for 53 Years, died on March 12. She was 75.She was born on March 7, 1942, to Verna (Kielty) and Harold J. Rowe. Rowe had three brothers, Peter, Fred, and William. She predeceased her parents and brother Peter.Rowe's family moved to Florida when she was a teenager and she graduated from the Academy of the Holy ...

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