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East Haven CourierPublished Jan. 16, 2019 08:30 a.m.
Liz Franco-Spano teaches physical education in East Haven schools, but that doesn’t stop her from bringing math and even language arts to her gymnasium. As with everything she does, teaching is a collaborative effort.
Valley CourierPublished Jan. 16, 2019 08:30 a.m.
Roseann Ventimiglia said yes. The result is that she is the new head of the upcoming book sale sponsored by the Friends of the Chester Public Library. And there is more that is new. For the first time the sale will be held at the United Church of Chester, 29 West Main Street, Chester, rather than in the library basement. The four-day sale will take place from Friday, Jan. 18 through Monday, Jan. 21.
The SourcePublished Jan. 16, 2019 08:30 a.m.
Arlene Burke of Madison recently retired from the Madison Racquet & Swim Club, leaving behind a legacy of diligence, care, and devotion to an active lifestyle to pursue lifelong passions and discover new ones.
Guilford CourierPublished Jan. 16, 2019 08:30 a.m.
As an educator and a musician, Katie Trainer always strives to find new ways to bring people and music together. She started with music at a young age and soon decided to make a career of it.
Guilford CourierPublished Jan. 09, 2019 08:30 a.m.
Twenty years ago, Dr. Anne Keene started a tradition of reading a children’s book at convocation, the annual back-to-school gathering of Guilford Public School (GPS) teachers and administrators.
North Haven CourierPublished Jan. 09, 2019 08:30 a.m.
Marisa Hexter is bringing the unexpected and unacknowledged women out of North Haven’s historical archives and back into the public eye. Exploring lost histories is a part of her studies as a history major.
The SoundPublished Jan. 09, 2019 08:30 a.m.
On Monday, Jan. 21, Phoebe Chandler’s 34-year-connection and decades of humble work supporting the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) Breakfast will celebrate a full circle moment when her daughter, Beth Chandler, returns to Branford as this year’s MLK breakfast keynote speaker.
Harbor NewsPublished Jan. 09, 2019 08:30 a.m.
When Jim Hile was 21, his sister was participating in a musical called The Boyfriend. At the time, Jim was “more interested in the technical aspects of shows, such as the lighting,” than performing. You can imagine Jim’s surprise, then, when he received a call asking him to audition for the play.
The SourcePublished Jan. 09, 2019 08:30 a.m.
Lisa Landa of Madison is known throughout the community for her contributions as an educator, but since retirement from Daniel Hand High School, she’s continued to teach and now volunteers with both Connecticut Hospice and Bare Necessities, a diaper bank.
Guilford CourierPublished Jan. 02, 2019 08:30 a.m.
When Thea Martin began pursuing her career in law, she was drawn to public policy and social justice, but as she began practicing, she found her true calling as a divorce attorney. A self-proclaimed feminist, Thea found herself fighting for women and children.
Valley CourierPublished Jan. 02, 2019 08:30 a.m.
Everybody has their own way to finish the sentence, “Happiness is…” but few people’s idea of happiness would match Shane Lindner’s. For him, happiness is a tattered pair of hiking shorts, a leaky one-person tent, and a 2,653-mile walk.
Harbor NewsPublished Jan. 02, 2019 08:30 a.m.
More than 30 years ago, John Ellis, an entrepreneur and former Major League Baseball player, made a promise: If he beat cancer, he would devote his life to helping others facing cancer diagnoses. He may not have realized that his wife, Jane Ellis, would devote herself to fulfilling that promise, too. But she has.
The SourcePublished Jan. 02, 2019 08:30 a.m.
C.J. Gladstone began her work with Madison’s A Better Chance, or ABC, as a host family, but now she works to ensure both the program’s scholars and host families maximize the benefits of participating in the program.
North Haven CourierPublished Dec. 19, 2018 08:30 a.m.
Bethany Zemba has experienced a lot of new roles in her life, including mother, coach, and educational professional. Now, after 15 years at Yale University, Bethany has another new role: vice president and chief of staff at Quinnipiac University.
The SourcePublished Dec. 19, 2018 08:30 a.m.
Following a productive four years as a state senator, Ted Kennedy, Jr., says his decision to step away from Connecticut’s legislative landscape at the end of 2018 was difficult, but allows him to fully focus on helping to protect disability rights at very critical point in the nation’s history.
Valley CourierPublished Dec. 19, 2018 08:30 a.m.
The old song “You Oughta Be in Pictures” applies to Kim Thomas—sort of. It’s not Kim who actually was in a movie; it was her bakery, Savour in Centerbrook, that was a central location for A Very Nutty Christmas, a Lifetime Channel Christmas movie.
East Haven CourierPublished Dec. 19, 2018 08:30 a.m.
For Kirsten Dudley and the Shoreline Greenway Trail, it’s all about moving forward and making connections. The group is clearing trails from New Haven to Madison to make the shoreline area a more walkable place.
Harbor NewsPublished Dec. 19, 2018 08:30 a.m.
A few days ago while in her office in Town Hall, an acquaintance pointed out to First Selectman Christine Goupil the pictures of the former First Selectmen that hang in Town Hall, and the fact that Christine could very well be the last person to hold that title in Clinton.
Guilford CourierPublished Dec. 12, 2018 08:30 a.m.
It’s not even halfway through the school year, but Colleen Wall’s office at Melissa Jones School (MJS) is already displaying plenty of heartfelt notes from students and classroom posters decorated with adjectives like “loving, caring, kind, compassionate”—all signs of gratitude for a much-appreciated school nurse.
Valley CourierPublished Dec. 12, 2018 08:30 a.m.
What links Pittsburg, New Hampshire, a town with a population of 813 at the Canadian border, and the valley shore area of Connecticut? Even if the New Hampshire town is not a familiar name, there is a powerful connection: the Connecticut River. Pittsburg is where the river rises and some 406 miles later it runs into Long Island Sound not far from the Connecticut River Museum in Essex where Suzanne Burns is the new director of education.
The SourcePublished Dec. 12, 2018 08:30 a.m.
Distinct Realms, a solo art exhibit with works by Connecticut artist Mark Segal, opens on Thursday, Dec. 13 and runs through Wednesday, Feb. 6 at Madison Art Cinemas. The exhibit features Chinese brush paintings in a collection that’s as global as the artist himself.