Ken Borsuk
From left, Patty Sechi and Terri Browne Kutzen officially cut the twine, opening up the Bible Street Community Garden as U.S. Rep Jim Himes and town Director of Parks and Recreation Joseph Siciliano look on. –John Ferris Robben

New community garden blossoms in Cos Cob

Good spirits were in full bloom on Oct. 5 when the Bible Street Community Garden was officially opened.

From left, Republican Dan Debicella and incumbent U.S. Rep. Jim Himes (D-4th) faced off in a forum in the backcountry last week, discussing issues as local as transportation and as broad as foreign policy. –Ken Borsuk

Himes, Debicella offer competing visions at Greenwich forum

U.S. Rep. Jim Himes (D-4th) and his Republican challenger, Dan Debicella, brought their differences on the issues directly to Greenwich last week

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State ups Ebola precautions after patient shows symptoms

After Yale New Haven Hospital announced Thursday that it was treating a patient with “Ebola like symptoms,” Gov. Dannel Malloy said the state would take additional steps to prepare for the virus.

First Selectman Peter Tesei raised the BCA’s flag outside Town Hall with the help of, from left, BCA President Sharon Phillips, Loren Taufield, the Go For Pink chair, and BCA Executive Director Yonni Wattenmaker. –Ken Borsuk

Greenwich shows its support for the Breast Cancer Alliance

Greenwich was certainly “in the pink” on Thursday as Breast Cancer Awareness Month launched with a flag-raising at Town Hall.

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