Ken Borsuk
It was a day of celebration as Wildwood Cottage opened for 35 students. Joining students with their arms in the air to mark this day were, from left, teacher Peggy Dickinson, Head of School Paul Geise, teacher Erica Silbert, Associate Head of School and Head of Lower School Meaghan Mallin, Assistant Head of Lower School Ilana Grady and teachers Traci Oh, Devon Hickey and Gail Althoff.

Stanwich School cuts ribbon on pre-K classrooms

Stanwich School cut the ribbon on its pre-K and kindergarten classrooms, becoming Greenwich’s first pre-K to 12th grade co-edcuational, independent school.

From left, First Selectman Peter Tesei, State Rep. Livvy Floren, U.S. Rep. Jim Himes, Leonard and Stacey Tannenbaum, Commissioner of the Department of Economic and Community Development Catherine Smith and James Velgot, chief marketing officer, cut the ribbon of the Fifth Street headquarters. –John Ferris Robben

Bipartisan celebration marks Fifth Street ribbon-cutting in Greenwich

There was a festive (and bipartisan) mood in the air when company owner Leonard Tannenbaum and his wife Stacey cut the ribbon on the new Greenwich headquarters of Fifth Street Management, LLC.

People left flowers as tribute to the fallen at the town's annual 9/11 remembrance ceremony. — John Ferris Robben photo

Greenwich 9/11 ceremony urges continued remembrance, resolve

By a piece of artifact steel that was once a part of the World Trade Center, Greenwich residents gathered for the annual Sept. 11 remembrance ceremony to pay tribute to those killed in the 2001 terrorist attacks.


Teachers approve new contract with town; arbitration avoided

A week after Greenwich’s teachers took their dissatisfaction with contract negotiations public, a deal was struck preventing the need for a binding arbitration both sides said they wanted to avoid.

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