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In recognition of National HIV Testing Day, the Greenwich Department of Health encourages residents to get tested for HIV. The Department’s Division of Special Clinical Services will be offering free, confidential HIV testing all day on June 27, from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm, ... Read more
The Department of Parks and Recreation announces to all potential ferry users that due to unforeseen mechanical issues, one of the two Island Beach ferries will be out of service until further notice. ... Read more
Many areas in the United States have the type of mosquitoes that can spread Zika virus. These mosquitoes are aggressive daytime biters and can also bite at night. Also, A man infected with Zika can pass it to others through sex. More information.
The State of Connecticut Department of Transportation has been working on the rehabilitation of Metro-North Railroad bridges over Sound Beach Avenue and Tomac Avenue. Click here for more information and a link to the DOT website which is updated weekly.
Two hundred and thirteen Law enforcement officers, including James J. Heavey, Chief of the Greenwich Police Department, graduated on June 10, 2016 from the FBI National Academy Program at Quantico, Virginia.
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Greenwich Animal Control will hold a low-cost rabies vaccination clinic on Saturday, June 18th from 10AM to noon. Orlaith Carr, DVM of Greenwich Animal Hospital will administer the vaccines. The cost is $20 (cash or check) per pet. Individuals presenting a state assistance ID card will receive a free vaccine for their own pet. All pets must be healthy to receive a vaccine. Greenwich Animal Control is located at 393 North Street in Greenwich (203-622-8299). Read more.
As officials across the U.S. prepare for more travel-associated cases of the Zika virus and the likelihood of mosquito borne transmission, Greenwich First Selectman Peter J. Tesei has announced the establishment of a local Zika Virus Task Force to combat the spread of the Zika virus at the local level.