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As part of a targeted effort to provide the most positive environment possible for its youth athletes, Greenwich Parks and Recreation is sponsoring a coaches’ workshop in conjunction with Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) on Thursday, October 2. PCA, a Stanford University-based non-profit organization, works with coaches, organizational leaders and parents to teach young athletes not only how to win, but also how to learn about teamwork, discipline, respect and goal-setting through their sports experience. ... Read more
Department of Public Works Announces Town Hall Project
The Department of Public Works will begin a project involving maintenance to the exterior of Town Hall. The work is scheduled to begin the week of September 22, 2014 and continue until the end of November. Click here for the News Release and attached drawing of the work to be done.
September is National Preparedness Month. Because natural disasters like hurricanes can occur at any time, the Greenwich Department of Health is reminding all residents to be prepared. “With today’s changing weather patterns, it is as important to be prepared for emergencies of all kinds. Certainly Hurricane Sandy taught us this valuable lesson. Read more.
Chief of Police James Heavey announced the retirement of Detective Kent “Nooper” Reynolds, who has completed 25 years of service with the Greenwich Police Department. His retirement was effective August 1, 2014. Read more.
2014-15 Influenza Season Information & Immunization Clinics
Influenza (commonly called “flu”) is a highly contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. These viruses are spread when a person who has the flu coughs, sneezes or touches a surface handled by others. Read more.
On August 6, 2014, MPO David Colbree was dispatched to the New York Sports Club on a report of a subject in cardiac arrest. He was the first emergency worker to arrive on the scene and discovered that medical assistance was being administered to the patient by a civilian Good Samaritan who had some training in CPR. Read more.