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Greenwich firefighters extinguish a blaze on North Water Street in the Byram section of Greenwich, Conn. Monday, Nov. 2, 2020.
Greenwich firefighters extinguish a blaze on North Water Street in the Byram section of Greenwich, Conn. Monday, Nov. 2, 2020.

One person badly injured as fire destroys home in Byram section of Greenwich

November 02

GREENWICH — One person was badly injured at a residential fire on the 160 block of North Water Street on Monday morning, and the home was destroyed, according to fire officials.

The person was rushed by ambulance to the hospital, suffering with burns and smoke inhalation, according to Deputy Fire Chief Thomas Zack.

Firefighters responded to the three-story structure in the Byram section of town ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Greenwich Fire Department promotes four within its ranks

October 26

GREENWICH - There are new faces in the upper-management ranks of the Greenwich Fire Department after a series of new promotions.

Deputy Fire Chief Brian Koczak was promoted to assistant fire chief in the department, which is the top administrative official. Koczak replaced Robert Kick, who recently retired from the post and attended the swearing-in ceremony held at fire headquarters Monday morning.

Koczak ... (Full Story & Photos)

Tyler Sizemore / Hearst Connecticut Media
From left, Greenwich Fire Lt. Greg Sinapi, Fire Lt. Mike Wilson, Asst. Fire Chief Brian Koczak, and Deputy Fire Chief Eric Maziarz pose after being promoted at the Public Safety Complex in Greenwich, Conn. Monday, Oct. 26, 2020.
Tyler Sizemore / Hearst Connecticut Media From left, Greenwich Fire Lt. Greg Sinapi, Fire Lt. Mike Wilson, Asst. Fire Chief Brian Koczak, and Deputy Fire Chief Eric Maziarz pose after being promoted at the Public Safety Complex in Greenwich, Conn. Monday, Oct. 26, 2020.

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Photo: Tyler Sizemore / Hearst Connecticut Media
Photo: Tyler Sizemore / Hearst Connecticut Media

‘Serving his hometown:’ New fire chief sworn in at Greenwich public safety HQ

August 31

GREENWICH — It was a homecoming as well as a swearing-in ceremony for the new chief of the Greenwich Fire Department, as Chief Joseph McHugh returned to the community where he began his firefighting career before joining the fire service in New York City.

As dozens of firefighters from around the region looked on Monday morning, McHugh took the oath at an outdoors ceremony at the department headquarters, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Volunteer Firefighters Deliver Meals to Greenwich Hospital Staff

May 27

On May 25 – Memorial Day – Governor Ned Lamont, Greenwich First Selectman Fred Camillo, and CT State Representative Stephen Meskers, joined the volunteer firefighters of Greenwich as they delivered meals for the doctors, nurses, and staff of Greenwich Hospital in appreciation for their efforts since COVID-19 reached Greenwich. It was the first day of what is to be a full week of food deliveries to ... (Full Story & Photos)

From left to right: John Bosco (Owner of Corbo’s Catering), Lauren Rabin (Greenwich Selectwoman), Stephen Meskers (CT State Representative), David Chass (Round Hill Volunteer Fire Company), Dave Walko (Byram Volunteer Fire Department), Gary Wilson (Cos Cob Volunteer Fire Company), Rick Strain (Round Hill Volunteer Fire Company), Greenwich First Selectman Fred Camillo, Dr. Spike Lipschutz (Chief Medical Officer, Greenwich Hospital), CT Governor Ned Lamont, Sandy Kornberg (Glenville Volunteer Fire Company), Mike Hoha (Glenville Volunteer Fire Company), Walter Watson (Banksville Independent Fire Company), Rich Neuman (Amogerone Volunteer Fire Company), Rachel Kufic (Sound Beach Volunteer Fire Department), Kevin Harris (Sound Beach Volunteer Fire Department), and Robin Hoffkins (Banksville Independent Fire Company). Contributed photo
From left to right: John Bosco (Owner of Corbo’s Catering), Lauren Rabin (Greenwich Selectwoman), Stephen Meskers (CT State Representative), David Chass (Round Hill Volunteer Fire Company), Dave Walko (Byram Volunteer Fire Department), Gary Wilson (Cos Cob Volunteer Fire Company), Rick Strain (Round Hill Volunteer Fire Company), Greenwich First Selectman Fred Camillo, Dr. Spike Lipschutz (Chief Medical Officer, Greenwich Hospital), CT Governor Ned Lamont, Sandy Kornberg (Glenville Volunteer Fire Company), Mike Hoha (Glenville Volunteer Fire Company), Walter Watson (Banksville Independent Fire Company), Rich Neuman (Amogerone Volunteer Fire Company), Rachel Kufic (Sound Beach Volunteer Fire Department), Kevin Harris (Sound Beach Volunteer Fire Department), and Robin Hoffkins (Banksville Independent Fire Company). Contributed photo

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No Caption Camillo: Practice social distancing or Greenwich may close parks, beaches

March 18

GREENWICH — First Selectman Fred Camillo warned that he may be forced to take further action and close town parks if residents do not start following rules of social distancing to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.

As of Wednesday afternoon, Camillo said there were six diagnosed cases of coronavirus in Greenwich, but Greenwich Hospital had tested 24 more people for the virus.

No details were ... (Full Story & Photos)

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