RFK Jr. Book Stokes Intrigue In 1975 Greenwich Murder CaseA new book from Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is stoking the intrigue over the widely chronicled murder that his cousin, Michael Skakel, has been accused of carrying out with a golf club in 1975.
Tow Truck Chase Nets One ArrestIt was a wild scene in lower Fairfield County early this morning.
Metro-North Worker Injured In Greenwich, Trains DelayedA Metro-North worker has suffered a minor injury after an accident on the tracks involving a piece of construction equipment.
Man Killed In Greenwich Hit-And-RunPolice say a 43-year-old man has been struck and killed in Greenwich by a vehicle that then left the scene.
Top Art Classes For Adults In ConnecticutCreativity takes courage (Henri Matisse), so how can you become more courageous? Bring out your inner artist with some of the top art classes for adults in Connecticut.
School Cancels Trip To Europe Following Brussels BombingsA Connecticut high school is canceling a class trip to Germany and Austria because of security concerns following bombings in Belgium.
China's Anbang Bids $15B For Connecticut-Based StarwoodThe price for Starwood Hotels continues to rocket higher, with the latest bid from China insurance company Anbang and its partners crossing the $15 billion mark.
Greenwich Woman Gets 6 Years In Sex Trafficking CaseA Greenwich woman who admitted to her role in the sex trafficking of minors in Connecticut is headed to prison.
Greenwich High Reverses Gender-Neutral Cap And Gown PlanOnline petition opposing the plan had been created
Connecticut's Top Court Hears Kennedy Cousin Murder CaseConnecticut's highest court was hearing arguments Wednesday on whether Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel should get a new trial or be sent back to prison for a 1975 murder.
Greenwich Weighs Limiting New Pool To Residents OnlyOfficials in the town of Greenwich are reviewing whether access to the municipal pool they are planning to build should be limited to only residents.
Was It Really Woolly Mammoth On The Menu?A Yale researcher says a lavish 1951 Explorers Club dinner in New York City didn't include 250,000-year-old extinct woolly mammoth, despite folklore about the event. Nor did the feast include meat from a giant ground sloth, as the menu promised.