September 17, 2014
If we're not doing it ourselves, most of us have a friend or neighbor who commutes to New Haven. But Guilford resident Kameron "Kam" Shahid's daily commute is a bit different, and he's hoping more will follow his lead, for many good reasons.
September 10, 2014
When the hands of a potter-or a physical therapist-are compromised by unexplained muscle weakness, that professional's response could understandably be despair.
September 3, 2014
When Susan Smith retired from her 20-year position as the director of social work for Bridgeport Public Schools, she knew she wanted to continue her education, but didn't have a set plan. Luckily fate stepped in and Susan found a true passion in the Schiller...
August 27, 2014
New to Guilford in 1993, Shelley Gullette heard about a unique cooperative preschool for her little boy and found her way to Community Nursery School (CNS). Within a year, Shelley went from CNS parent to CNS staff member. Twenty years later, there's no place...
August 20, 2014
In the course of Allison Breeze's summer vacation, she was named a Girls Nation senator, met President Obama, sponsored a Connecticut bill passed with overwhelming support, and spent two weeks learning from international neuroscience experts.
August 13, 2014
Like many who help put on the annual North Guilford Country Fair and Auction at North Guilford Congregational Church (NGCC), Dave DiNoia wears a lot of hats-five of them, in fact.When it's time to meet up and get things done at NGCC, "I wear whatever hat...
August 6, 2014
You might expect Internet marketing entrepreneur George Aspland to put his skills to use for a good cause-and he does. But beyond the cyber world, George often takes to his bike for the benefit of others.
July 30, 2014
For Guilford Art League member Beverly Schirmeier, art has always been a part of life. From age five, when she would melt her crayons together in her Easy Bake Oven to create the colors she wanted, she knew her calling was to be an artist.
July 23, 2014
In May, North Guilford Nurseries (NGN) supported Project Sustainability by giving away free tomato, squash, and cucumber plants to any resident interested in growing fresh veggies and returning half the harvest for Guilford Food Bank.
July 16, 2014
Larry Zukof may have retired as executive director of the acclaimed Neighborhood Music School (NMS), but he's not retiring from his involvement in the arts.
July 9, 2014
When Suellen Heinrich retires as head children's librarian on Friday, July 11, one thing she's going to miss is hearing all those funny, spontaneous things kids say.
July 2, 2014
As Guilford's waterfront director, Brenna Thommen knows her job and every job she supervises-because, since the age of 16, she's worked every post.
June 25, 2014
Dressed in long layers of Colonial garb, Sue Kowalski will spend this summer weekend cooking over a blazing hearth-and loving every minute.