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

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Fire damages Riverside home

March 08

GREENWICH — Firefighters doused a structure fire in Riverside Thursday morning.

No injuries were reported at the Sunshine Avenue residence. It was unclear if anyone was home at the time, said Deputy Chief Brian Kosczak, due to an initial language barrier. The cause of the fire was not immediately determined.

“The house had some moderate fire damage, to the roof and walls. There was smoke damage ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Crews respond to a house fire on Sunshine Avenue in the Riverside section of Greenwich, Conn. Thursday, March 8, 2018.
Photo: Tyler Sizemore, Hearst Connecticut Media - Crews respond to a house fire on Sunshine Avenue in the Riverside section of Greenwich, Conn. Thursday, March 8, 2018.

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Photo: Bob Luckey Jr. / Hearst Connecticut Media - Photos of the aftermath of Friday's nor'easter could be seen in Old Greenwich, Conn., Saturday, March 3, 2018.
Photo: Bob Luckey Jr. / Hearst Connecticut Media - Photos of the aftermath of Friday's nor'easter could be seen in Old Greenwich, Conn., Saturday, March 3, 2018.

Crews work to restore power after widespread outages in Greenwich

March 03

GREENWICH — Crews from the town and Eversource were hard at work Saturday clearing roads and restoring electricity to thousands in Greenwich who were left in the dark by the heavy rain and sustained, powerful wind gusts that tore through town on Friday.

But many in town and in the state will likely remain without electricity until Sunday night, a spokesman for the power company said.

“We remain ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Police identify 70-year-old pedestrian hit, killed by car

February 08

GREENWICH — A stretch of road on Milbank Avenue where a 70-year-old man was killed Wednesday evening by a car has been a persistent source of concern in the neighborhood.

Police said the man, identified as Robert Bono, who lived at the Agnes Morley public housing complex, died at about 6 p.m. after the collision on Milbank Avenue. Police said the accident took place at or near a pedestrian crosswalk ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Photo: Glenville Volunteer Fire Company
Photo: Glenville Volunteer Fire Company

Glenville firehouse smashed by car

January 24

GREENWICH — A motorist having a medical problem slammed into the Glenville Fire Station around 8:30 a.m. Wednesday morning.

The man was transported to Greenwich Hospital for treatment of his medical condition, and he also suffered from what appeared to be minor injuries from the collision, according to Assistant Fire Chief Robert Kick. No one else was injured at the time. Several firefighters were ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Growing The Ranks Of The Greenwich Fire Police

Lieutenant Steven Caldwell, December 12

From the Town of Greenwich: GREENWICH, CT — With a swearing-in ceremony on Monday, December 11, 2017, the ranks of Greenwich's volunteer Fire Police continues to grow.

The two new officers of the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company Fire Police were sworn in at a Town Hall ceremony by First Selectman Peter J. Tesei, who also serves as the Town's Fire Commissioner.

The new fire police officers are Patrick ... (Full Story & Photos)

Photo: From left, Glenville Volunteer Fire Company Fire Police Captain Mark Horvath, Greenwich Fire Chief Peter Siecienski, Glenville Fire Police Officers Patrick Rooney and Jennifer Almeida, Assistant Greenwich Fire Chief Robert Kick and Greenwich First Selectman Peter J. Tesei. Photo credit: Town of Greenwich
Photo: From left, Glenville Volunteer Fire Company Fire Police Captain Mark Horvath, Greenwich Fire Chief Peter Siecienski, Glenville Fire Police Officers Patrick Rooney and Jennifer Almeida, Assistant Greenwich Fire Chief Robert Kick and Greenwich First Selectman Peter J. Tesei. Photo credit: Town of Greenwich

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