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TRUMBULL—The Trumbull High School boys soccer team likes doing things the hard way. The Eagles posted quarterfinal and semifinal wins on penalty kicks on their way to the 2018 FCIAC Championship. And on Tuesday night in the rain, 80 minutes of regulation and 20 minutes of overtime weren’t enough...

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The YMCA of Greenwich Aquatics middle school boys water polo team made history at the 26th annual Champions Cup, while Greenwich Aquatics’ girls team enjoyed a successful run at the competition held this past weekend at Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. The Champions Cup, which is run by USA...

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ROWAYTON — Leslie Cavanaugh remembers when Hurricane Irene hit New England in August 2011. Boats washed ashore near her home at 50 1/2 Roton Ave. “I had at least 100 neighbors in my house because I had the generator,” she said. People were charging their phones, smiling and conversing amid the...

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For the latest events and activities happening in Greenwich, turn to For the record. To have your event included, submit a description, date, time, price and contact information. Photos are welcome. Drop us an email about your latest goings-on at gtcitydesk@scni.com. Free Friday Films The...

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After a building boom that has resulted in new assisted living centers across southwestern Connecticut, a new survey suggests that costs have declined for those who secure quarters in those facilities. In an updated CareScout study of the cost of long-term care nationally sponsored by Genworth,...

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GREENWICH — Even when her mom has a day off, third-grader Chantelle Rodriguez wants to go to the Byram Archibald Community Center, the town’s after-school program in western Greenwich. “It’s important,” said her father, Carlos Rodriguez, through a translator. The Rodriguez family is one of...

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One by one, the Brunswick School water polo team reached each goal it set out to achieve this season and Saturday, it accomplished its final mission. And the Bruins did so in dominant fashion. Brunswick captured its fifth straight New England championship, registering a 20-5 victory over Loomis...

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GREENWICH — Police responded to the west end of town Sunday evening on a report of a young child sustaining an injury after being hit in the neck with a BB gun pellet. A local man was subsequently arrested. According to the arrest report, Chadwick Marriott, 44, of Booth Court, was responsible for...

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GREENWICH — Police confiscated 140 small packets of heroin, over 60 grams, and arrested two men on drug charges, authorities announced Monday. Police detectives were in the vicinity of West View Place in Riverside late last week when a “person of interest” arrived, according to an arrest...

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STAMFORD — After losing to Trumbull in the championship game of the FCIAC Volleyball Tournament, Westhill was determined to get back on the court and go after a title that’s eluded it for a long time — the Class LL championship. Three wins later, the Vikings are only two victories away from...

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GREENWICH — Greenwich Avenue was filled with local veterans Sunday morning, as some 200 people assembled to pay special tribute to the sacrifices of World War I servicemen and servicewomen on the centennial of the war’s end. “It was 100 years ago this very day that an armistice was signed,...

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GREENWICH — One goal resulted in one hard-fought win and one more FAA Tournament title for the Greenwich Academy soccer team on Friday. Overcoming injuries and adversity, it certainly wasn’t easy, but the Gators added to their collection of conference titles. Freshman Taylor Glanville’s goal...

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GREENWICH — Dawn rose on a fair and pleasant fall morning 100 years ago Sunday. It soon turned into a very noisy day. Those unaccustomed to rising with the dawn were jolted out of bed by the blare of automobile horns, firehouse sirens and church bells, and, for those living in the east end of...

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FAIRFIELD — Carlos Alfaro, Jason Lopez and Dylan Wade scored for Notre Dame-Fairfield in a 3-0 home win over Cromwell in the CIAC Class S boys soccer quarterfinals on Saturday. The ninth-seeded Lancers (12-4-4) advance to face fourth-seeded Morgan (16-2-2), the defending champion, on Wednesday at...

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BETHEL — Ziair Williams’ touchdown with less than two minutes left to play gave ND-Fairfield its first victory of the season, 20-19, over Bethel in a SWC football game Saturday afternoon. Trailing 19-13 in the fourth quarter, Williams, a senior linebacker, recovered a fumble and returned it 57...

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The YWCA duplicate’s annual “Player of the Year” contest moved into the final two months of play this week with Leia Berla continuing to pace a field of 59 players who have participated in at least 12 games since the first of the year. After play in October, Berla’s average percentage score...

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FAIRFIELD — Horrible, rainy conditions are not exactly conducive to a productive passing game. Yeah, try telling that to Ridgefield coach Kevin Callahan or his quarterback Owen Matthews. “We came in (to Friday’s game at Fairfield Warde) wanting to run more,” Callahan said, referring to the...

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GREENWICH — She seemed to have it all. A Connecticut resident, Chandra Bozelko was a magna cum laude graduate of Princeton in the middle of her post-graduate studies when her live forever changed. Bozelko was arrested in 2005 and charged with nonviolent crimes. She served time in prison at...

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A very important town position is being filled soon. The Town of Greenwich’s superintendent of parks and trees and town tree warden is being replaced. Bruce Spaman, who held this position for 16 years as an arborist and professional forester, has recently retired. During his tenure, Bruce was...

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