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Diane and Steve Warzoha present the 2023 David N. Theis Award for Outstanding Community Service to

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Dedication of Emergency Operations Center at Greenwich Police Station in honor of Dan Warzoha a moving and memorable tribute

November 10

Last Wednesday, more than 110 people, including many of the town’s political and organizational figureheads, convened at the Greenwich Police Station to honor the late Dan Warzoha, the beloved longtime former Greenwich Fire Chief and Greenwich Emergency Management Director, in dedication of the Emergency Operations Center in his name.

This memorable and moving ceremony captured the impact, legacy ... (Full Story & Photos)

Stephen Warzoha, son of Dan Warzoha, First Selectman Fred Camillo and Selectman Lauren Rabin stand together at the dedication of the Emergency Operations Center in memory of Dan Warzoha. (Photo by Liz Leamy)
Stephen Warzoha, son of Dan Warzoha, First Selectman Fred Camillo and Selectman Lauren Rabin stand together at the dedication of the Emergency Operations Center in memory of Dan Warzoha. (Photo by Liz Leamy)

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Mary Hull. Photo: Leslie Yager
Mary Hull. Photo: Leslie Yager

Longtime Greenwich Volunteer Mary Hull is Honored with David N. Theis Award

October 06

Longtime local volunteer Mary Hull was recognized in Greenwich on Friday, which First Selectman Camillo named “Mary Hull Day.”

In a proclamation, he noted that Ms. Hull exemplifies the spirit of Dave Theis, in whose name the David N. Theis Award was established by the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company.

The award honors the memory of Mr. Theis and commends those who go above and beyond helping the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Glenville School rallies around Greenwich student facing brain cancer; ‘Once a Gator, always a Gator’

1st. Asst. Chief Steven Caldwell, June 14

GREENWICH — Students at Glenville School poured out on the school’s front hill Tuesday morning, green “#JulianStrong” rubber bracelets smacking their wrists as they clapped and cheered — “He’s coming!”

Sirens alerted them that someone important was arriving. Police officers on motorcycles and police cars circled the school driveway, lights flashing.

The volume rose as a cherry red firetruck pulled ... (Full Story & Photos)

Third-grader Julian McRandal rides to school with his father in the front seat of a fire truck at Glenville School in the Glenville section of Greenwich, Conn. Tuesday, June 14, 2022. McRandal, who has brain cancer, was surprised Tuesday morning to be driven to school in a fire truck with a police motorcycle motorcade. The entire school was waiting outside to greet him, give him gifts, and honor him during a school assembly.

Tyler Sizemore / Hearst Connecticut Media
Third-grader Julian McRandal rides to school with his father in the front seat of a fire truck at Glenville School in the Glenville section of Greenwich, Conn. Tuesday, June 14, 2022. McRandal, who has brain cancer, was surprised Tuesday morning to be driven to school in a fire truck with a police motorcycle motorcade. The entire school was waiting outside to greet him, give him gifts, and honor him during a school assembly. Tyler Sizemore / Hearst Connecticut Media

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Kimberly Fiorello
Kimberly Fiorello

Column: What is the Future for Greenwich Volunteer Fire Companies

May 06

By Kimberly Fiorello

One of the things we Greenwich residents value so much about our lively buzzing town is that it is charmingly rooted in its New England sense of place and scale. Hence, many are demanding a fix to the state statute 8-30g that threatens irrevocable over-sized developments in. Greenwich. Indeed, we have engaged residents.

Another characteristic we love about our town is its Yankee ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Greenwich Names New Emergency Management Director

May 06

Greenwich First Selectman Fred Camillo announced Wednesday the appointment of an Emergency Management Director.

Emergency services professional Joseph Laucella, with more than two decades of emergency medical, firefighting and public safety experience, has been named Greenwich Emergency Management Director under the auspices of Greenwich Emergency Medical Service (GEMS). Mr. Laucella fills the vacancy ... (Full Story & Photos)

From left, GEMS Executive Director Tracy Schietinger, First Selectman Fred Camillo, Emergency Management Director Joseph Laucella, Fire Chief Joseph McHugh, Public Works Commissioner Amy Siebert, and Police Chief James Heavey pose together at the Public Safety Complex’s Emergency Operations Center in Greenwich. Wednesday, May 4, 2022. (Submitted photo)
From left, GEMS Executive Director Tracy Schietinger, First Selectman Fred Camillo, Emergency Management Director Joseph Laucella, Fire Chief Joseph McHugh, Public Works Commissioner Amy Siebert, and Police Chief James Heavey pose together at the Public Safety Complex’s Emergency Operations Center in Greenwich. Wednesday, May 4, 2022. (Submitted photo)

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