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Hockey preview: Harvey School Cavaliers

Style: Attack and defend as a five-man unit Rivals: Rye Country Day, St. Luke's and King State of Program: "We lost two seniors to graduation and a junior who decided to transfer. We were a very young team last winter, so success will have much to do with how the players have matured mentally and ph

LOHUD.COM - 2017-11-17 20:30:01

Sherr will not serve as school board chairman in new term

GREENWICH - The Board of Education will have new leadership again as current Chairman Peter Sherr announced last Friday he will not seek another term. Sherr has been a board member since 2009 and was appointed chairman last December. He was re-elected on Nov. 7 to his third four-year term, but said

GREENWICHTIME - 2017-11-17 23:40:33

Perspectives: All history, the good and bad, can teach

Recently there was a religious service held in Germany, in the town of Wittenberg, to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. In 1517, Martin Luther nailed 95 theses to the door of Wittenberg's All Saints' Church. Martin Luther asserted that Christians could not buy or earn

GREENWICHTIME - 2017-11-17 18:26:50

Community Postings: TaeKwonDo champs, Looking forward to spring...

Students from Fairfield World Champion TaeKwonDo on Mill Plain Road competed last month for the 2017 International President's Cup in Las Vegas. More than 1,600 athletes competed Oct. 6-7 and the Fairfield crew took home multiple awards. Kwangjin Ha - known to his students as Master KJ - won gold in


XPO Logistics: Fast growth through acquisitions and management style

XPO Logistics CEO Bradley Jacobs speaks at his Greenwich company's October leadership summit. At left is XPO Logistics COO Troy Cooper. Promising to turn a $175 million-a-year company into a $5 billion one in just five years is a pretty audacious thing to do. That's what XPO Logistics Chairman and C

WESTFAIRONLINE.COM - 2017-11-17 13:30:53

GPD: Man Charged with Punching Friend in Face

On Nov 14, around 11:30pm, Greenwich Police were dispatched to North Water Street on a report of a physical assault. Officers met with the victim who advised that his friend, later identified as Byron Estuardo Pineda-Barrera, 35, of 79 North Water Street, had punched him in the face for no reason, a

GREENWICHFREEPRESS.COM - 2017-11-17 19:16:56

Two GA rowers sign Letters of Intent

Staff reports Published 8:53 pm, Friday, November 17, 2017 Greenwich Academy seniors Emma James and Katarina Kern will soon bring their rowing skills to the collegiate level. Kern and James both recently signed National Letters of Intent to row at Division I schools. James will compete on the crew

GREENWICHTIME - 2017-11-17 23:59:59

Controversial substation plan gets approval, town explores appeal

Published 4:18 pm, Friday, November 17, 2017 GREENWICH - The Connecticut Siting Council has ruled against Greenwich in its attempt to block Eversource Energy from going forth with a plan for a new substation in town. First Selectman Peter Tesei issued a statement Friday afternoon saying he and oth

GREENWICHTIME - 2017-11-17 21:28:26

Altierus Career College and 20 other small colleges closing

ORANGE PARK, Fla. -- Twenty-one small colleges across the country are closing, and one campus is on the First Coast: Altierus Career College in Orange Park. This is one of a handful of small colleges that have closed its doors in our area. "I want to work in a chiropractors' office," Kiana Chambers

FIRST COAST NEWS - 2017-11-17 23:25:42

Does your family need help for Thanksgiving?

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - With the Thanksgiving holiday around the corner, some families might be starting to wonder how they will be able to afford a traditional meal. Several organizations in Jacksonville are ready to help. Farm Share -- a 27-year-old Florida-based charity that helps alleviate hunger


Neighborhood walks bring feelings of safety

MIDDLEBURG - Secluded from the busier parts of Middleburg, the residential area of Calendula and Petunia avenues is best described as quiet and peaceful. As Sheriff Darryl Daniels and his ... This item is available in full to subscribers. MIDDLEBURG - Secluded from the busier parts of Middleburg, th


Mini 'trash mountains' aid in Irma cleanup

GREEN COVE SPRINGS - For Clay County Emergency Management Director John Ward and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, roadside trash piles are a thing of beauty. The sites, nine ... This item is available in full to subscribers. A temporary debris storage site is seen off county roa


Recovering Clay to raise funds in wake of Irma

MIDDLEBURG - Carole Gardner and her family moved into a house on the banks of Black Creek 16 years ago. Not once has her house ever flooded. As Hurricane Irma began to make landfall in mid-September, Gardner and her family left with the clothes on their backs, the family dog and a generator. When th


Woman living in car creates tension in Orange Park neighborhood

ORANGE PARK, Fla. - A woman living out of her car is creating tensions in a quiet neighborhood in Orange Park. Athena Cadence, 30, made national headlines last year after going on a 64-day hunger strike to protest her treatment as a transgender woman inside a San Francisco jail. A few days ago, she


Rob Bradley will 'hit the ground running' as Senate budget chief

TALLAHASSEE - Northeast Florida may have one of its biggest days in some time recently in Tallahassee. State Sen. Audrey Gibson(D-Jacksonville) won a contested election Nov. 6 to become the Leader Designate for Senate Democrats, replacing Jeff Clemens, who resigned after news of an affair with a lob


Shelter receives outpouring of aid, plans re-opening

Volunteers and employees continue to work on cleaning and organizing at SAFE Animal Shelter as they prepare for their reopening in early December. Staff photo By KILE BREWER Only two cats are currently living at SAFE Animal Shelter as they rebuild their facility after Hurricane Irma. The shelte


Let there be light in the park

Christmas Tree Walk has become a popular part of Gallipolis in LIghts File photo The iconic Gallipolis City Park bandstand all decked out in Christmas lights and other decorations. File photo The lighted manger scene made a return appearance at Gallipolis in Lights. File photo This scene welco

POINT PLEASANT REGISTER - 2017-11-17 23:16:36

Beckett discusses winter-time fire safety

For The Logan Banner LOGAN - The recent cold weather that has hit the area has caused many folks to break out the space heaters and to fire up the fireplaces and kerosene heaters, too. But a little bit of thought towards safety can go a long way towards avoiding a disaster, notes Logan Fire Chief Sc

LOGAN BANNER - 2017-11-17 05:01:00

Man points gun at officer

BLOOMINGTON - When two law enforcement officers went to a house on Little Pricey Road to serve a warrant, the suspect allegedly drew a gun on them, then tried to run, and now faces two felony charges of wanton endangerment of a police officer. Kentucky State Police Trooper Thompson and Magoffin Coun


Gilbert gets ARC grant for River Bend Road Waterline Extension

CHARLESTON - On Tuesday, Governor Jim Justice and Secretary of Commerce Woody Thrasher recommended seven projects totaling almost $3 million in grants from the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) Investment Program. One of those grants went to the town of Gilbert for a water line extension. "These

LOGAN BANNER - 2017-11-16 05:01:01