Connecticut Light & Power said it is still working to restore power to 100 customers. Earlier Monday, virtually every home and business in Greenwich was without power.
A gasoline-powered leaf blower is almost a rite of ownership when one buys a house in Greenwich. But they are noisy, and one group of residents wants an outright ban on them throughout the summer.
The television show “What Would You Do?” is a bit like “Candid Camera,” but with a morality twist, and it isn’t welcome on one street in Greenwich.
The outages began in Greenwich on Wednesday and once fixed, a line blew again and there was damage to additional circuits. CL&L is asking people to conserve energy.
A Greenwich official says a man has died after a concrete slab collapsed on him, killing him instantly as he worked in a trench.
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