When the former owners of Mix Design Store decided it was time to find new leadership for this award- winning gift shop, longtime customer Maggie Moffett Ferrell turned to Guilford Savings Bank [GSB] as her financial partner to acquire the small business.“There was no question that it was GS…
A town meeting is scheduled on the proposed ordinance, which First Selectman Don Stein said is an effort to discourage people from feeding wild animals.
The coronavirus has only been found in this country in a traveler who returned to Washington state from Wuhan, China. Seventeen have died from it.
John Ginnetti, 71, of Warpas Road, is charged with first-degree assault, a felony. He has been held in lieu of $500,000 bail since his arrest Nov. 8, 2018, the day of the alleged event.
Living alone encourages me to lead a somewhat quiet life. With no one else to talk to, I find myself thinking silently, not verbalizing my thoughts.
GUILFORD — Christ Episcopal Church kicks off its new youth programming and introduces a new director on Sunday, Jan. 26 with an Open House event for children and parents.
NORTH BRANFORD — Branford Compassion Club Feline Rescue & Adoption Center kicks off 2020 with two fundraisers to keep the kitties warm and fed this winter.
Eliminating cash bond is intended to allow more people who are predominantly poor and of color, to remain out of jail while their cases are pending.
NEW LONDON — Paige Knobel, a Colchester resident, hasn’t seen or heard from her father, who is the subject of an active silver alert in New London, in well over a month.
Not only were there six new flu-related deaths in the state for the week ending Jan. 11, but the number of people in Connecticut testing positive for the flu roughly doubled.
When you buy a new car, you suddenly see all the cars on the road that are just like yours. They never existed before you owned one of them. I think the same is true for many homeowners.
A Madison native, Wilson had served on the Board of Selectmen from 2015 until 2019, when he narrowly lost a reelection bid. Prior to that he served on the Board of Education.
The professor created Healthy PlanEat “to help re-energize the connection between people and local farms, and to help people achieve a healthy and environmentally sustainable diet.”
Parents reportedly wanted police to detain Tibere when he was found at an I-95 rest stop, but they did not because he had done nothing wrong and is an adult. The next day he allegedly tried to kill a random stranger.
Republican leaders in Madison moved quickly to recommend Bruce Wilson for appointment to the Board of Selectmen after news of a resignation last week.
A yearlong campaign to create a splash pad is closer to reality, with the conceptual design drawn up and a major fundraising campaign in full swing.
TORRINGTON — Images of kangaroos, koalas and other marsupials are all over the pages of Facebook these days — heart-rending scenes of creatures suffering as wildfires burn in Australia.
NEW HAVEN — Two people died of flu-associated causes between Dec. 29 and Jan. 4, according to the Department of Public Health, bringing the total number of people who have passed away from the disease this flu season to seven.
The Inland Wetlands application, filed by a private developer, shows a 19,210-square foot Aldi and 3,470-square-foot Chase Bank within the proposed project.
“This kid is a model student. This is a tragedy,” the neighbor said. “... He is a mild-mannered, sweet kid. This makes no sense to me. This is not in any way, shape or form consistent with the family.”
OLD SAYBROOK — Priscilla Allen doesn’t stay in one place for too long. The name of her new business, Wanderlust Nature Travel, says it all.
Across the nation, 567,715 people experienced homelessness on a single night in January 2019, the report says. That’s an increase of 14,885 people from 2018.
The Sin Sisters Band, led by Kathy Kessler, ushered in the Second Annual First Night on the Branford Green last Friday, Jan. 3. The insistent drizzle did little to dampen the enthusiasm of those at the celebration, which also featured a bonfire manned by the Branford Fire Department, a dolph…
Construction of Tesla charging stalls on both sides of I-95 in town is underway. And the new stations may charge faster than what many owners are used to.
MADISON — In conjunction with Vista Life Innovations’ Benefits & Advocacy Program, Stuart Hawkins from Futures Planned will present on Planning for the Future of Your Loved One with Special Needs at Vista’s 107 Bradley Road, Madison campus from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16. Stuart Hawki…
The New Year is the perfect time to reflect on the past and set goals for the future. Many people will set fitness related goals, only to fall back into unhealthy patterns within the first two weeks.
There has been an increase in the number of violent anti-Semitic attacks in recent weeks. Understanding the motivations behind the trend is a tragic lesson in history.
“We anticipate occupying the new academic wing after Jan. 6,” said Superintendent of Schools Hamlet Hernandez of the Damascus Road school.
NEW BRITAIN — The Hospital of Central Connecticut is taking extra precautions after finding that three Emergency Department staff members at its New Britain location contracted the mumps, likely from the same patient, Steve Coates, a spokesman for the hospital confirmed.
From the colonial era to present day, the rich musical fife and drum tradition has thrived in Connecticut more so than in any other state. Connecticut’s tradition is unique. It is home to a related museum and archives, and more fife and drum corps than anywhere else in the United States; amo…
Murphy and Blumenthal discussed the recently-approved $90 million allocation for the federal Nonprofit Security Grant Program, which is available for synagogues, mosques, churches and schools.
GUILFORD — At a recent rehearsal of the Apple Barrel Bunch, a singing group at Apple Rehab, choir leader Paula Ann DeMonico heard a voice rising above all the others. It was a trained voice, one that she didn’t recognize.