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  • The price was considered stratospheric even by Greenwich's lofty standards and was one of the highest-priced listings ever seen in the greater New York area.

    Big Discount on Helmsley Sale

  • Greenwich's latest honour became official when the royal charter signed by the Queen was collected from the office of the lord chancellor and delivered to the town hall in Woolwich by the mayor of Greenwich, Jim Gillman, and the leader of the council, Chris Roberts.

    Greenwich celebrates royal borough honour

  • Six times, he has driven from his home in Westchester County to march along downtown Greenwich's main drag, wearing a jacket and tie.

    Occupy Groups Take It Home

  • Peter Tesei , a Republican who serves as Greenwich's chief executive, said he was opposed to reinstating tolls, citing the impact it could have the town's congestion level.

    Toll Talk Gains in Connecticut

  • All told, Greenwich's songs sold tens of millions of copies, and yielded 25 gold and platinum records, according to the Songwriters Hall of Fame, into which she was inducted in 1991.

    She Wrote the Songs

  • Earlier this month, New York state Supreme Court Judge Barbara R. Kapnick in New York County tossed out Greenwich's lawsuit against Countrywide for failure to gather enough investors to meet this 25 percent mark.

    Mortgage scandal boosts investors' campaign to get banks to buy back securities

  • Greenwich's vice-chancellor and the former higher education minister, Tessa Blackstone, says that media coverage is partly responsible for the panic.

    Clearing centres feel the squeeze on A-level results day

  • Greenwich's $100 trillion figure represents a small portion of the universe of currency trading.

    Manufacturing, Construction Data Push Dollar Higher

  • In the eighties, The Leader Of The Pack musical was created based on Greenwich's hit songs.

    Mike Ragogna: Songwriting Legend Ellie Greenwich Gone at 68

  • Greenwich's country clubs gained national notoriety in the early 1990s when Lawrence Otis Graham, a high-powered corporate attorney, who is black, fudged his resume to work for a week at Greenwich Country Club on Doubling Road as a busboy.

    Midterm Roundup

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