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For Him, People Make the Place

 September 24, 2014

Back in 1976, 25 year-old Bob Hull heard of a job opportunity in North Branford and threw his hat into the ring. Thirty-eight years later, he's still enjoying every moment of his work as the town's Library Director.

Deborah Frano Volunteers Time, Talent for the Animals

 September 17, 2014

When a frantic momma cat brought her two kittens to Deb Frano's door during Hurricane Irene, luck was on that cat's side.

An Invitation to Check out First Church

 September 10, 2014

Enter Branford's First Congregational Church offices to meet Rev. John David Heeckt, Sr. Minister, and it's likely you'll first be greeted by Mango, John's gorgeous Labrador "church dog" and nearly constant companion. Listen to one of John's sermons in the...

Mary Lou Asher: A Bittersweet Retirement

 September 3, 2014

Mary Lou Asher's career has brought her full circle in life. She grew up in Branford, attending Harbor Street School, and after graduating from high school, she got a job in a dentist's office and has worked in the wellness field ever since.

Johnson Shares Fascinating Courses through SSILL

 August 27, 2014

From discussing TED talks to talking opera, exploring Egyptology to joining the proprietor of the Griswold Inn for an unforgettable inn art tour and luncheon, to feeding many other interests for mind, body, and spirit, there's no shortage of fascinating things...

A Summer Spent Helping 'Street Boys'

 August 20, 2014

As soon as Sarah Hilliard finished her spring semester at college, she packed her bags and headed to Kenya to spend three months volunteering with rescued "street boys."

Get Ready for Woofstock Aug. 16

 August 13, 2014

With her career backgrounds in the medical field and manufacturing management, you might not expect Kristin "Kris" Judd to be too excited about applying to clean kennels at the Dan Cosgrove Animal Shelter.

Branford's Maryrose Hoffman Co-Chairs Summer on the Sound

 August 6, 2014

Eight years ago, when Maryrose Hoffman first heard about Life Haven's Summer on the Sound, she wanted to help out and donated a raffle gift basket. Now, she's in her third year co-chairing the annual barbecue buffet by the sea.

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...

Krajewski Has Thrilling Plans for PoCo

 July 23, 2014

As festival coordinator for North Branford's Potato and Corn (PoCo) Festival, Rosanne Krajewski recently received news as thrilling as any ride rising from the midway at Augur's Field July 31 to Aug. 3.

Sharon MacKinnel Retires from Tisko

 July 16, 2014

Motivated by a loving mom who fostered her joy of all things funny-and by dour elementary school teachers who did not-Sharon MacKinnel just may be the favorite teacher of every young student lucky enough to have entered her Branford classroom.

Helping Singers, Helping Charities

 July 9, 2014

Branford native Jill Nesi has launched a local singing competition benefiting kids with cancer, and it's gaining momentum. Jill is the force behind Can U Sing USA, which started in Connecticut and has since added more states, including Florida, South Carolina, and...

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