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Bringing Southern Hospitality to Eldercare

 September 24, 2014

Upon meeting Stephanie Evans-Ariker, you are simultaneously struck by her charming Southern drawl and her strong passion for helping the senior community.

Shaking Things Up in Education and Entertainment

 September 17, 2014

Twenty-five-year-old East Haven native Ronnie Suraci's energy spills over as he describes his educational journey and his current student teacher position at Momauguin Elementary School.

Creating Peace Through Pinwheels and More

 September 10, 2014

Jordan Imperati is a 27-year-old East Haven teacher on a mission for peace-not so much on a grand, global level, but in achieving a simpler way in everyday life.

Don Harrison: Writing Through The Ages

 September 3, 2014

East Haven-bred sports writer Don Harrison clearly recalls a highlight of his career. It was 1964.

Sascha Gardiner: Six Years and a Record-Breaking Summer

 August 27, 2014

On Sept. 1, Sascha Gardiner will celebrate six years of being the children's librarian at the Hagaman Memorial Library. She has even more to celebrate as this summer proved to be a record-breaking year for the children's department.

He’s Traveled the World as a Seabee, But Calls East Haven Home

 August 20, 2014

William Doolittle may have traveled to the far corners of the world in his days as a Navy Seabee and, later on, with his position for the U.S. Department of State, but the 81-year-old has always called East Haven home.

Mary Rosa: Keeping Talmadge Park Residents Entertained

 August 13, 2014

As recreation director at Talmadge Park Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, Mary Rosa tells a story about her second day on the job.

Chris Palumbo: Finding Home In East Haven

 August 6, 2014

Chris Palumbo is not what you might expect when meeting a funeral director.

Marie Puccino: Always a Helping Hand

 July 30, 2014

Sometimes life sidetracks you and the best-laid plans of youth are not so easily attained in adulthood. Then, somehow, the universe conspires to bring all the disparate elements of your past together to suddenly deliver you into a life you both enjoy immensely...

Creating Art with an Open Mind

 July 30, 2014

"I have always painted anything that doesn't move," says East Haven artist Vincent Affinito.

Marie Leona: Inspiring Both Grandkids and Retirees

 July 23, 2014

Lifelong town resident Marie Leona, 73, wasted no time finding something of meaning to do since retiring last year after 29 years as a dental hygienist at Family Dentistry of East Haven.

Changing the World, One Family at a Time

 July 16, 2014

Sometimes something happens in life to really wake you up. For parents, sometimes that moment comes while giving guidance to their child-such was the case for Sherry Horton, who, with her husband, Lance, was helping their son, 11-year-old Gunner Horton, get a...

Marie Puccino: Always a Helping Hand

 July 9, 2014

Sometimes life sidetracks you and the best-laid plans of youth are not so easily attained in adulthood. Then, somehow, the universe conspires to bring all the disparate elements of your past together to suddenly deliver you into a life you both enjoy immensely...

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