Kait Shea

Federal grant to fund job training

A $69,000 grant recently secured by U.S. Congressman Jim Himes (D-4th) aims to give local public housing residents a boost by providing access to education, job training and employment.

Get ‘Healing Touch’ during exam week

Exam time can be one of the most stressful experiences for a high school student, but now Greenwich High School is starting a unique program it hopes will benefit students as they crack the books.

New commission to involve youth in Greenwich takes shape

As part of First Selectman Peter Tesei’s time in office, he’s hoping to get Greenwich’s youth more involved in government.

Greenwich author Rozsa Gaston didn’t just write Running From Love because she’s a fan of running and found it to be a good subject matter. She wanted to explore the way Greenwich residents are perceived based on her own experiences.
—Ken Borsuk

Gaston explores authenticity and stereotypes in latest novel

Described as an author who writes serious books on playful matters, Greenwich resident Rozsa Gaston does just that in her latest novel, Running From Love.

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