Authorities: Scammer Posing As Greenwich Police Chief Targeting ResidentsGreenwich's police chief says someone is pretending to be him in an apparent attempt to scam area residents.
Man Sought In 2-State Crime Spree Including Bank Robbery, Home InvasionArmed, dangerous and still out there – police say one man is behind a multi-state crime spree, including stolen cash, a carjacking, and even a break-in at a suburban home with a mom and daughter inside.
Despite Recent Rainfall, Drought Still A Big Concern In ConnecticutReservoir levels in Greenwich are among the lowest in Connecticut, and residents and businesses are making a real effort to conserve.
The Tri-State Area's 7 Best Weekend GetawaysCheck out our spots for the best locations for weekend day trips and getaways near New York City.
Police: Man Intentionally Crashes Stolen Tow Truck Into Police Car Following Wild ChasePolice said he purposely slammed into a state trooper's car in Greenwich, but thankfully no one was inside.
Thieves Target Range Rovers In Upscale Fairfield County, Connecticut TownsPeople aren’t talking about it, but residents of some of the area’s wealthiest suburbs are experiencing a rash of high-end car thefts.
Longtime Greenwich Crossing Guard HonoredTom Reale, 97, has been keeping kids safe at school street crossings in Greenwich since the early 1970s.
Parents Sue Greenwich, Conn. School District In Suicide Of Son Who Was BulliedThe parents of a teenage boy who committed suicide two years ago have filed a lawsuit against the Town of Greenwich, Connecticut.
Metro-North: Woman Killed By Train At Cos Cob Station Was Retrieving Dropped PurseMetro-North spokesman Salvatore Arena said Tamar A. Louis was sitting on the platform Friday at the Cos Cob station in Greenwich dangling her legs over the edge.
Woman Struck, Killed By Metro-North Train In Greenwich, ConnecticutA 28-year-old Connecticut woman was killed by a Metro-North Railroad train in Connecticut Friday, the railroad said.
Greenwich Considering Later School Start TimesIn Greenwich, the school is studying options for a schedule change following an online survey that found 77 percent of students in eighth to 12th grades and 75 percent of parents support a later start.
Greenwich Police Investigate Two Weekend Armed RobberiesGreenwich police are searching for suspects in two gunpoint robberies over the weekend.