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Mariners Way Update; Survey Live

An update on the findings of the economic development study of the Route 1 East/Mariner’s Way corridor was given on Nov. 27. A final report will be given in January though a survey is online for the next two weeks. Mariner’s Way is the name given to ...

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APL Receives Major Grant for Upgrades

At a Board of Selectmen (BOS) meeting on Nov. 28, First Selectman Carl Fortuna announced that the Acton Public Library (APL) had been awarded a $2 million grant from the state of Connecticut for upgrades at the library. APL Director Amanda Brouwer sa...

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Town Council Gives Kilduff a Raise

At a special meeting on Nov. 6 the Town Council agreed to give Town Manager Karl Kilduff a 3% raise. Minutes from the Nov. 6 special meeting show that the Town Council, along with Kilduff, went into an executive session partly to discuss a personnel ...

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Louis Annino: A Life of Service

As a fourth-generation resident of Killingworth and having successfully raised the fifth generation, Louis Annino has dedicated his life to making his hometown the best it can be. Lou has served for decades on both the Board of Selectman and the Plan...

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Rick Maynard: Calling It a Career

For more than 32 years, Guilford has been graced with one of the hardest-working, most passionate town employees ever to work for the town. Parks and Recreation Director Rick Maynard is winding down his tenure after 45 years in recreation, having spe...

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Brockett’s ‘Christmas Lights for a Cause’ Benefit CDR

For many years, Branford resident Tom Brockett has dazzled community members with a show-stopping Christmas lights display at his Milo Drive home. This year, Tom’s display will shine even brighter with the addition of a collection box for donations o...

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Alsback Ready to Strut Her Stuff at IDO World Tap Dance Championships

From starting in dance as soon as she was old enough to do so, and participating in her inaugural solo within competitive dancing from the age of 8, Chloe Alsback’s undying love for the floor was manufactured right from the get-go. Now, that passion ...

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Donadio a Powerful Force After Two-Year Absence for Morgan Boys’ Soccer

Sometimes, one’s passion for a sport keeps them coming back to it, even when it doesn’t seem like it would. This was the case for Ryan Donadio, who couldn’t seem to keep himself away from soccer permanently. After a two-year absence from the sport in...

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Elizabeth Meyer: Lighting the Holidays

On Dec. 7 at 6 p.m., for the first time ever in Old Saybrook, a menorah will be lit and a celebration will take place to mark the first night of Hanukkah. The idea came to fruition thanks to Old Saybrook resident Elizabeth Meyer. Two years ago, Eliza...

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Boyle Ruled the Road as First North Haven Male Cross Country New England Qualifier

From his first steps, Nico Boyle saw competitive running as something he could truly sink his teeth into, and through that unwavering desire and dedication, he bit into some satisfiable personal accolades this past cross country postseason. The North...

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