Ken Borsuk
Stephanie O’Donnell, education coordinator for the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich, hangs a medal on one of the 100 kids who completed ZAC Camp water safety training. Below, Police Chief James Heavey talks with some of the young campers. —Ken Borsuk

Greenwich-based ZAC Camp again provides water safety training

The weather is warming up and with summer on the way, 100 kids in Greenwich and Stamford will know a lot more about water safety, thanks to the annual ZAC Camp.


Police believe hostage threat was a hoax, investigation continues

UPDATED FRIDAY 2:45 P.M. — Greenwich police are investigating what now appears to be a hoax call about a hostage situation Thursday night in the background.

Sgt. Michael O’Connor, at left, was handed the Public Service Award by Chief of Police James Heavey at the awards luncheon. —Ken Borsuk

Chamber honors Greenwich heroes

The annual Greenwich Chamber of Commerce awards luncheon was a chance for the Chamber of Commerce to honor those giving back to the community.


Round Hill Road clear after police investigation, no arrest yet

The Greenwich Police Department has reopened Round Hill Road after an investigation into what is being termed as a very serious criminal matter.

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