A Greenwich mother has created a series of workbooks to help children develop social skills, believing they are becoming too wrapped up in technology and missing out on face-to-face interaction.
A Connecticut synagogue filed a federal lawsuit this week, alleging the Town of Greenwich violated its civil rights and made a discriminatory decision by denying its plan to build a house of worship.
Thirteen high school students and a driver were injured Wednesday, when a school bus went out of control and hit a tree in Greenwich, Connecticut.
According to police, a camouflage military-style bag was left unattended at a Bank of America on South Water Street in Byram on Wednesday afternoon.
A private school teacher surrendered to police in Greenwich, Conn. On Tuesday, following allegations that he’d had sexual contact with a child at the school.
A woman told police she came home around 5:30 p.m. Tuesday and found her mother tied up on the second floor of the East Elm Street residence.
The woman was driven to her office by a valet at the dealership. The woman’s attorney said his client later received lewd text messages from the driver and a photo of his genitals.
Connecticut government offices were opening at 9:30 a.m. for non-essential state employees. But the governor downplayed any excitement over the winter storm. “You know what this is? It’s called winter,” Malloy said.
Police arrested Vyacheslav Cherepov of Ridgefield on Monday. Police said an officer spotted Cherepov’s car in the same parking lot where Meghan Beebe was killed Saturday morning.
As conditions of the bail, the judge ordered that Skakel live in Connecticut and wear a GPS tracking device. His lawyer has not said where he’ll live.
Skakel hopes to be release on $500,000 bond while he awaits a new trial in the 1975 murder of Martha Moxley.
Michael Skakel will remain in jail, but has been granted the possibility of getting out on bail while he awaits a second trial in the 1975 murder of neighbor Martha Moxley, CBS 2’s Lou Young reported.
With a new trial ordered for Michael Skakel, a defense lawyer for the Kennedy cousin serving time in the 1975 slaying of a neighbor said he will seek his release from prison on bond.
The ruling by Judge Thomas Bishop marked a dramatic reversal after years of unsuccessful appeals by Michael Skakel, the 52-year-old nephew of Robert F. Kennedy’s widow, Ethel Kennedy. Skakel is serving 20 years to life.
Bart Palosz’s older sister said there was evidence of her brother’s suffering online. Clubs and organizations against bullying have formed at the school as a result of the tragedy.