Glenville Volunteer Fire Company Inc

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Winter to the extreme!

1st. Asst. Chief Gino Furano, December 15

For the next couple of days, we will be experiencing an arctic blast. A bitter cold front is expected late tonight and will remain until Saturday morning.
Cold Weather Safety Tips:
-Use layers of clothing to stay warm. Gloves and a hat are especially important.
-Bring pets indoors. If they can’t come inside, make sure they have enough shelter to keep them warm.
-Protect your pipes. Wrap any outdoor ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Major accident on Arch Street probed

3rd. Lieutenant Steven Caldwell, November 19

GREENWICH — Police are continuing their investigation into a major accident on Arch Street Saturday afternoon.

According to a statement from Greenwich police:

Two Stamford residents suffered serious life threatening injuries Saturday night when their vehicle was struck by a tractor trailer on Arch Street.

At about 5:30 PM the Greenwich Police Department was notified of a serious collision at the ... (Full Story)


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Tractor trailer hits, kills pedestrian in Greenwich

3rd. Lieutenant Steven Caldwell, November 19

GREENWICH - A pedestrian was killed Saturday after being hit by a tractor trailer on I-95 Southbound, according to state police.

Carlos Coyt-Orozco, 24, of Port Chester, New York was hit by a tractor trailer after 4 p.m. Saturday as he pushed his broken-down car near the exit three on and off ramps.

Coyt-Orozco ran out of gas, so he and his passenger, David Espinoza, 23, of Port Chester, New York, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Betteridge named second Theis Award winner

October 28

GREENWICH When the David N. Theis Award was created last year, it was done to honor those with a lifetime of commitment to public service.

Terry Betteridge fits that description with ease.

Betteridge was presented with the award Thursday night at Tamarack Country Club by the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company. The town native and owner of Betteridge Jewelers on Greenwich Avenue, Betteridge was credited ... (Full Story & Photos)

The Glenville Volunteer Fire Company presented Terry Betteridge, center, with the second annual David Theis Award for outstanding service to the community during a ceremony at the Tamarack Country Club in Greenwich, Conn., Thursday night, Oct. 27, 2016.
The Glenville Volunteer Fire Company presented Terry Betteridge, center, with the second annual David Theis Award for outstanding service to the community during a ceremony at the Tamarack Country Club in Greenwich, Conn., Thursday night, Oct. 27, 2016.

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Terry Betteridge, Owner & CEO, Betteridge Jewelers
Terry Betteridge, Owner & CEO, Betteridge Jewelers

Glenville Volunteer Fire Company to honor Terry Betteridge

3rd. Lieutenant Steven Caldwell, October 07

The Glenville Volunteer Fire Company announced that Terry Betteridge, Owner & Chief Executive Officer of Betteridge Jewelers will be presented with the David N. Theis Award at the Fire Company’s 2nd Annual Cocktail Reception on Oct. 27, at Tamarack Country Club.

Greenwich residents Kerrin Coyle, Susan Bevan & Tony Daddino, Hon. Livvy & Doug Floren, Hon. Scott and Icy Frantz, Natalie Pray, Deborah ... (Full Story & Photos)

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