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We've been experiencing issues with our online stream. We're working to get the station back online as soon as possible. Please catch us on WGCH at 1490am and 105.5fm.


Wednesday night at 7pm!

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!


We are excited to say that we're carrying tomorrow night's Greenwich/Fairfield Prep playoff football game. Rob Adams and Chris Erway lead our coverage WGCH will join the broadcast right before 6pm.



The latest track is slightly to the East with landfall expected near Madison Ct, at 8:00PM Sunday evening.

At 11:00 AM, Hurricane Henri was located at Lat. 34.4 North Long. 72.5 West or approximately 465 miles south of Montauk Point, Long Island. Henri is moving to the north northeast at 14 MPH with maximum sustained winds of 75 MPH.

For this afternoon, Henri is forecast to continue moving up the U.S. east coast, remaining 200 – 300 miles off-shore. Henri is forecast to continue to strengthen gradually this afternoon as the storm crosses the warm gulf stream waters east of the Carolina’s and Virginia. The first effects of Henri are now expected to begin between 6:00 - 10:00 AM Sunday morning. Wind and rain are expected to steadily increase during the late morning and thru the afternoon. Henri is forecast to make landfall near Madison, CT Sunday evening between 6:00 – 7:00 PM as a strong tropical storm with sustained winds of 70 MPH and gusts to 85 MPH.

The Greenwich Police Department has initiated its storm response protocols. We will have extra staffing for the remainder of the weekend.

During this time before the Hurricane is in our area please check on your elder relatives and neighbors to be sure they are doing well and have supplies in case of power outages.

The John Margenot Atrium, located within the Town of Greenwich Public Safety Complex at 11 Bruce Place, has been designated a cooling and charging station. Open 24 hours. Please wear a mask and maintain proper social distancing if you come to use the facility.

The Greenwich Fire Department would like to remind residents many wires are hidden under branches and other debris. All wires need to be treated as live. Keep away from any wire on the ground. Electrocution can occur with a downed power line, or with the earth near a downed power line.

Portable Generators & Carbon monoxide - If the concentration of carbon monoxide is above 35 ppm, it can be toxic. Early symptoms are Headache, Nausea, Dizziness, and Fatigue. Most causes during outages are from portable generators. Place generators outside 20’ from any structure. Shut windows that are on that side of the home. If you experience any of these symptoms, call 911. Keep watch on any burning candles or other open flame sources used for lighting.

Contact Eversource for outages and outage information.

Optimum Online storm information

Contact 203-622-8004 to report trees and wires down and if roadways are blocked. 911 is for emergencies.

The crew is back together in person! Join Rob Adams, Mark Jeffers, Dave Torromeo, and guests for the final show of the s...

The crew is back together in person! Join Rob Adams, Mark Jeffers, Dave Torromeo, and guests for the final show of the season next Wednesday at 7pm on WGCH.

So, two things:

1) There will be an Alzheimer's Awareness Evening at Grandy Prix NY next Wed, Jun 9.
2) The Clubhouse will be live!

Oh, and...


Bird Ball is Back!

Our own Jim Campbell was just on CBS Sunday Morning!

Our own Jim Campbell was just on CBS Sunday Morning!

Our sports show is still going strong weekdays at 4 p.m.
No big deal

Our sports show is still going strong weekdays at 4 p.m.

From the 1946 Looney Tunes cartoon "The Great Piggy Bank Robbery" My goal is to keep this short tonight. After exactly what I promised mys...


Via @soundbeachfiredept If you have a hydrant in front of your home, or in your neighborhood, please take the time to clear snow from around it. It will aid firefighters in locating and utilizing the hydrant in the event of a fire, saving precious time. Stay safe! #greenwichct #greenwichctserves


Message from First Selectman Fred Camillo

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning beginning at 7pm today and lasting until 6am Tuesday. This long lasting major storm may bring total snowfall of between 12 and 18 inches. Strong winds gusting to almost 40 miles per hour may produce blizzard-like conditions making travel extremely unsafe and wind chill factors well below freezing. The strongest portion of the storm should arrive Monday afternoon. There is potential for flooding in low lying and coastal areas on Monday with the high tide.

The lobby of the Public Safety Complex will be open as a warming center if needed.

In order to assist the Department of Public Works in their snow removal efforts, the Board of Selectmen has declared a snow emergency for the Town of Greenwich effective at 8pm tonight, January 31st.

This means that there will be no parking allowed on designated snow emergency routes, which are posted with signs and listed on the Town of Greenwich web site.

If you have any appointments on Monday or Tuesday, including Covid vaccinations, please verify that they will be open before you attempt travel. We encourage you to re-schedule appointments now, if possible.

As you prepare now for the storm, please pay attention to those around you who may need a little extra assistance. Like all the challenges we have faced this past year, we can get through this together.
Be safe and please watch out for one another.

WGCH Instant Information & Entertainment

Listen to WGCH (1490 FM/105.5 FM) and for great holiday music now through tomorrow! We're running commercial-free with top of the hour news breaks, along with greetings from our staff and family! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! #HoHoHo

Just say, "Alexa, play WGCH Radio."

Town of Greenwich

Town of Greenwich

Greetings Greenwich friends and neighbors.

On the cusp of the start of winter, we certainly all got to experience a bit of Old Man Winter this week.

The snow and bitter winds presented quite the challenge for our Department of Public Works and Parks & Recreation crews who worked around-the-clock to keep our roads passable. They are continuing their work to provide even more clean up.

Thank you for abiding by the snow emergency (which expired at 4 p.m. today) to help make that work a bit easier. Beginning Monday night (December 21), crews will be out overnight to remove the massive snow piles around Town. So I ask that you comply with any temporary ‘no parking’ restrictions that will be posted – that will facilitate the crews’ work.

I also want to give a shout-out to all of the first responders – police, fire (both professional and the volunteers) and GEMS – who worked throughout the storm to provide the first-class emergency services they always do.

COVID-19 Update

As of today, December 18, the Town has seen an increase of 265 reported new cases from a week ago. According to Health Director Caroline Baisley, there are 115 active cases. The vast majority of patients are 11 to 60 years old.

Greenwich Public Schools is reporting that there are 18 active cases in 10 of our schools and that 16 of those cases can be traced to non-school activities or family exposure. Two cases are linked to in-school exposure.

As of today, there has been a total of 2,170 residents who have tested positive since the pandemic began.

As of today, Greenwich Hospital was treating 31 patients with COVID-19, with one patient in the ICU.

Sadly, during the past week we have lost another resident to COVID. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Town has lost a total of 60 residents.

If you have any symptom such as a fever, cough, shortness of breath or loss of taste or smell, please get tested.

Library launches real-time chat service; Library Café opens
Greenwich Library recently launched Real-time Chat, a new service on its website that will allow patrons to quickly and easily communicate with Library staff.

The new live-chat feature will be available on the bottom right corner of the home and children’s pages on the Library website The service is available from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday.

Residents can use the service for reference questions, research help, assistance with online resources, book recommendations and more.

The Café at Greenwich Library, the new partnership between Abilis and Greenwich Library, is now open for No-Contact Pick Up. Place an order online at and pick up outside the Main Library in the Baxter Courtyard.

The Café offers a menu with a variety of coffee and teas, other beverages, breakfast items and lunch specials, including popular items from partner restaurants Garden Catering, Upper Crust Bagel Company, Arcuri’s Pizza & Salad, and Happiness Is Back Country Market & Café.

Hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Saturday.

Drive-in movies this weekend

The Greenwich Community Projects Fund will be hosting drive-in movie nights Saturday, December 19 and Sunday, December 20, in the Horseneck Lane commuter parking lot.

“The Grinch” (2018) will be shown Saturday and “Christmas with the Kranks” on Sunday. The parking lot opens at 5 p.m. with screenings at 6 p.m. each day. For more information, check

Update on Sewer System Rehab Projects

The Department of Public Works Sewer Division is continuing sewer rehabilitation work on sanitary sewer mains and sanitary sewer manhole structures throughout Town. This holiday week, work will be performed Monday through Wednesday. There isn’t any work scheduled for Christmas Eve or Christmas.

For the week of Dec. 21, work is scheduled for:
Butler Street
North Crossway
Chapel Street
Loughlin Avenue
Old Field Point Road.
The work is being done by Green Mountain Pipeline Services Inc. and CDM Smith and is scheduled to be performed from 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. For information, call the DPW information line at 203-618-3001.

Consider Adopt-a-Dog for your new pet

Our friends at Adopt-A-Dog asked us to share this video to show the impact and joy of rescuing a dog. Whether you go to Adopt-A-Dog or another shelter, please consider adopting. Adopt-A-Dog cares for and provides a warm and safe place for dogs who have previously been let down by their humans until they find their forever homes.

If you have been thinking about getting a dog, please consider visiting them to find your next furry family member.

Here is the link:

And don’t forget, if you’re shopping local for this last shopping weekend before Christmas, the holiday valet parking service will be back on Greenwich Avenue from noon to 6 p.m., Saturday and Sunday. Drop off – pick-up locations are in front of JCrew and the Greenwich Senior/Arts Center.

Please remember to wear face masks when social distancing isn’t possible when you’re walking, running or cycling on the park trails and sidewalks, or out shopping.

And please remember the other 3 W’s: watch your distance; wash your hands and wipe down surfaces. Staying apart and following the guidelines, will help all of us to be able to be together again soon.

Stay safe, stay healthy and all the best,

First Selectman Fred Camillo

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Byram 5:49pm

Thanks to Wendy Spezzano for sending us this video of Byram into Port Chester just before 6 pm. tonight.


Send us pictures and info on the storm! Our own Rob Adams monitors our accounts! Be safe!

The Clubhouse

Huge show!

Doc Emrick and Jim Leyritz are the guests.


Coming up tonight at 8pm, join Tony Savino with Rob Adams, Robin Pastore and Bob Small for Election Night Coverage. Listen live on 1490 AM, 105.5 FM, and

Rob Adams celebrates 30 years in broadcsting.
The Dirty Thirty

Rob Adams celebrates 30 years in broadcsting.

The earphone pads have been replaced but eh headphones and the label are original It was a Saturday and I was nervous. I went to Jeff...

Tonight on WGCH!

Tonight on WGCH!

This evening on WGCH Radio ( as a lead into Red Sox Baseball, Jim Campbell marks the 90th Birthday of Business Investing Icon Warren Buffett.
You can also tune in to Forensic Talk with James Campbelll at 7P EST on Vermont's Own 1370AM WBTN AM ( Tonight on Forensic Talk Jim goes deep into the inner workings of the Pentagon!

Rob Adams will address this at 4pm on "Doubleheader on WGCH.
Gametime CT

Rob Adams will address this at 4pm on "Doubleheader on WGCH.

After a another meeting, CIAC announced Friday afternoon that it will pause all fall sports activities until Aug. 24 to discuss Dept. of Health recommendations for 2020

They're going to play!
Gametime CT

They're going to play!

CIAC Board of Control: Fall Sports will go on as planned in 2020

Greenwich Police

From Greenwich PD

Crews are out working to make the roadways passable. Still have wires down throughout the Town. Please continue to stay off roadways so the clean up crews can safely work on opening everything up.

Thank you and stay safe.

Good news!
The Feast Goes on at St Roch for 2020!

Good news!

This year, however, the feast is just that: a feast. No carnival rides or games of chance. No live music or kegs of beer, but the organizers are going above and beyond to create a safe, delicious, outdoor dining experience behind the St Roch Christian Life Center.


WGCH has learned of the passing of Greenwich hockey coach Chris Rurak. Our condolences to his loved ones. More info as it becomes available.

The Clubhouse

The Clubhouse

Show time is approaching! Join us at 7pm on 1490 WGCH Robcasting Radio

The Clubhouse

The Clubhouse

Getting ready for @TheClubhouse16 at 7pm on 1490 WGCH and Robcasting Radio. Doug Perlman, Nik Kumar and Jon Lieber are the guests. Mark Jeffers, Dave Torromeo and Rob Adams are the hosts.

The Clubhouse

Tomorrow at 7!

Big show tomorrow! Terry Hanratty — a two-time Super Bowl champion with the Pittsburgh Steelers, plus an icon at Notre Dame; Lou Marinelli — legendary coach at New Canaan High School; and Zach Allen — former New Canaan star now with the Arizona Cardinals. Join Mark Jeffers, Rob Adams, and Dave Torromeo tomorrow at 7p on 1490 WGCH, Robcasting Radio, and Facebook Live. The show will also be distributred by Sports Byline USA, including American Forces Radio and SiriusXM.


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The warm weather didn't last! 😱 A #WinterWeatherAdvisory is in effect from 10 PM this evening (2/24) to 6 PM tomorrow (2/25). 🌨 Please slow down and use caution when driving as there could be slippery road conditions caused by the forecasted wintry mix of snow, sleet, and ice accumulations.❄️ Town of Greenwich First Selectman Fred Camillo Greenwich Public Schools 1490 WGCH Greenwich Free PressGreenwich Time Greenwich Patch
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Today marks the start of the annual leaf collection program! 🍂 Leaf collection is provided to properties only on public streets in building zones R-20 (half acre) and below. Weather permitting, the program will include 2 pickups between Nov 2 + mid-Dec. For schedule details and more information, call our 24-hour leaf collection hotline: 203-618-7698 or click here: Town of Greenwich First Selectman Fred Camillo Greenwich Green & Clean Waste Free Greenwich 1490 WGCH Greenwich Free Press I Love Greenwich
🚨IMPORTANT NEWS🚨 1️⃣Holly Hill Transfer Station has reopened thanks to crews who completed necessary repairs last night. 2️⃣There are intermittent lane closures on Arch Street for the next 2 weeks. This is part of a project to address traffic concerns on Arch Street -- learn more here: Town of Greenwich First Selectman Fred Camillo Greenwich Police Greenwich Fire Department Waste Free Greenwich 1490 WGCH Greenwich Free Press Greenwich Time Greenwich Sentinel Greenwich Patch
After a resident spotted our crew performing sidewalk work on Delavan Avenue today, they were kind enough to take a picture + share the work on social media 👷‍♂️. Our team appreciates receiving recognition from our amazing community! 💚 📸 by: Richard Mulkerin Town of Greenwich First Selectman Fred Camillo Pedal Greenwich IN Greenwich I Love Greenwich Greenwich Free Press Greenwich Disabilities Advocacy Committee - FSAC4PwD GreenwichLocal 1490 WGCH Byram Neighbors
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We’re admiring Jim Chillington's painting of the new Elm Street intersection on Greenwich Avenue! 🎨 Jim shared with us that while it took a few minutes to get used to the new intersection, it’s been a joy to be there and learn about the scene over the past several days. He also feels the greenery and benches have improved the area! Make sure to share your feedback — both positive and negative — about this new intersection and future proposed intersection projects on our new interactive website 📸 credit: Meghan McSharry #greenwich #greenwichct #greenwichcomestogether #greenwichchamber #greenwichconnecticut #townofgreenwich #ingreenwich #greenwichave #itsYOURavenue Town of GreenwichFirst Selectman Fred Camillo Go GreenwichIN GreenwichI Love GreenwichGreenwich Free PressGreenwich TimeGreenwich SentinelGreenwich PatchGreenwich ForwardGreenwichMoms.comGreenwich GirlGreenwich MagazineSerendipityGreenwichLocalGreenwich LifestyleLiving Greenwich1490 WGCH
It's a great start of the week! Did you know that 31 years ago today the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) was signed into law by President George H.W. Bush? Today we celebrate the ADA and all who have championed it in our community who strive to make life for those with disabilities equal and fulfilling. Today at 11:30 a.m., at The Café at Greenwich Library, we'll have a visit from First Selectman Fred Camillo, the First Selectman's Advisory Committee for People with Disabilities, Abilis, and other organizations in town who are supporters of the ADA -- and proclaim today, July 26, Americans with Disability Day in Greenwich. The Café at Greenwich Library is a partnership between Greenwich Library and Abilis and provides meaningful employment for adults with special needs. . . . #librarycafe #cafe #greenwichlibrary #specialneeds #disabilities #Abilis #employment #greenwichct #fairfieldcountyct Fred Camillo Alan Gunzburg Abilis, Inc. Greenwich Library Greenwich Sentinel Greenwich Time Greenwich Free Press 1490 WGCH News 12 Connecticut