``` Glenville Volunteer Fire Company Inc - Greenwich, CT
Glenville Volunteer Fire Company Inc

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Heat Alert Issued for Greenwich this Week

July 16

This week, especially Friday through Sunday, Fairfield County will experience dangerous heat and humidity conditions. The temperature will reach over 90 degrees. Because of this, the Greenwich Department of Health notes that heat-related illnesses are a Public Health threat. All residents, especially persons who are young, elderly, have medical or mental health conditions, use medications that impede ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Left to right: Vincent Ferraro, Fire Explorer Post Advisor; James Heavey; Nicole Maloney; Stephanie Rota; Carley Sobel; and Chief Michael Hoha (contributed photo)
Left to right: Vincent Ferraro, Fire Explorer Post Advisor; James Heavey; Nicole Maloney; Stephanie Rota; Carley Sobel; and Chief Michael Hoha (contributed photo)

Glenville VFC Announces Scholarship Recipients

July 10

Earlier this week, the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company announced its 2019 scholarship recipients: Stephanie Rota, Carley Sobel, Nicole Maloney, and James Heavey.

All four of the recipients embody what it means to be active community volunteers, as they’ve also been involved in several school activities while in Greenwich. The four will head off to college in the fall.

Rota will attend SUNY Maritime ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Greenwich home damaged after chimney fire spreads

April 28

GREENWICH — Two residents escaped early Sunday morning from a fire that severely damaged their home.

The fire started around 5:15 a.m. in the chimney of the house on Schubert Lane in Cos Cob, Deputy Chief Thomas Zack said. Flames quickly spread to the attic and second floor, he said.

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The homeowners fled the house before firefighters arrived, Zack said. No one was injured.

Firefighters ... (Full Story & Photos)

Photo: / Contributed Photo /Greenwich Fire Department
Two Greenwich residents escaped early Sunday morning from a fire that severely damaged their home.
Photo: / Contributed Photo /Greenwich Fire Department Two Greenwich residents escaped early Sunday morning from a fire that severely damaged their home.

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The back of the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company T-shirt that raises awareness for Autism. (contributed photo)
The back of the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company T-shirt that raises awareness for Autism. (contributed photo)

Caldwell, GVFC Once Again Raising Awareness for Autism

April 11

By Paul Silverfarb
Sentinel Editor

When it comes to raising awareness and funds, the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company is top notch. Whether it’s Relay for Life, the ALS Tri-State Trek, Touch-A-Truck or many other events, Glenville always seems to step up its game.

Autism awareness is certainly on the radar for both Glenville Volunteer Fire Company Assistant Chief Steven Caldwell and the rest of ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Serious accident on King Street sends 10 to Stamford Hospital

April 09

GREENWICH — A major collision between two buses sent 10 people to the emergency room with serious injuries Tuesday afternoon.

An empty school bus serving Sacred Heart Greenwich slammed into another vehicle operated by Countywide Transportation, which was carrying nine people, Greenwich police said. That bus was carrying seven adults with developmental issues, as well as the driver and a group monitor.

All ... (Full Story & Photos)

Police, EMS and firefighters respond to a school bus crash on King Street near Brunswick School in Greenwich, Conn. Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Photo: Tyler Sizemore / Hearst Connecticut Media
Police, EMS and firefighters respond to a school bus crash on King Street near Brunswick School in Greenwich, Conn. Tuesday, April 9, 2019 Photo: Tyler Sizemore / Hearst Connecticut Media

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