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Matt Squeglia: One Little Victory

Art has always been a form of therapy for those who are struggling with difficulties in their lives. It can also be a way of expressing care and gratitude for others and a way to give back to the community. All of this has been the case for North Hav...

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H-K Football Scores Principals’ Cup Victory To End on Three-Game Win Streak

The Haddam-Killingworth football team has embodied the essence of what a typical high school campaign is all about–banding together and growing through the ups and downs and peaks and valleys. And it paid off quite well for the Cougars, who ended the...

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Lyons Prepares for Third Term Following Historic Win

MADISON After a resounding victory for Democrats in November’s election, First Selectwoman Peggy Lyons said she is excited to propel several long-planned projects and initiate several more. In achieving a third term, First Selectwoman Lyons will...

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Alberghini Named Second Team All-State for Guilford Volleyball

Junior Sam Alberghini received Second Team All-State honors for the Class L Division for her contributions with the Guilford volleyball team this fall. She was recognized for her accomplishment at the All-State banquet on Nov. 30.

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Guilford Cross Country Runners Receive All-State Honors

Three Guilford cross country athletes were awarded certificates at the CHSCA All-State Cross Country Banquet at the Aqua Turf Club in Southington on Nov. 29. For Class MM girls, senior Clara Gahm and freshman Olivia Jackson received the honor, and se...

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Guilford Football Falls in Thanksgiving Rivalry Game

On Nov. 22, the Guilford football team traveled to Daniel Hand for the annual Thanksgiving week clash. The Grizzlies took a 36-20 loss to finish the season with an overall record of 8-2. In the contest, senior Tyler Hilgert went 19-for-30 on 222 pass...

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Cannabis Moratorium Extension Expected in Guilford

Cannabis sales won’t be coming to Guilford anytime soon after a Board of Selectmen (BOS) vote to set a date to extend a temporary moratorium on sales and production. The previous moratorium was set to expire at the end of the year and would require a...

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For the Fairy World

Abby, left, age 7, smiles while standing with her sister Harper, age 4, as their mother, Ashley Hayman, helps pick out decorations for their fairy garden from Christine Smith at Turtle Bay Crafts during the 28th annual Holiday Craft Fair at North Mad...

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By Firelight

Attendees gather around campfires while roasting marshmallows, popping popcorn, and drinking hot cocoa and cider during the Firelight Festival at the Henry Whitfield State Museum on Dec 1.

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Spreading Joy

Alice Johnson, left, and Mary Albert share a laugh as they listen to a musical ornament playing “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus” during the Holly Day Christmas Fair at Winthrop Baptist Church on Dec 2.

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