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The SourcePublished Aug. 14, 2019 08:30 a.m.
As a young child, Linnea Page knew what she wanted to be: a school teacher. She pursued that career choice and became a lifelong teacher of young children. A longtime resident of Madison, she formed the minds and inspired the hearts of 3rd-grade students at Island Avenue School
Guilford CourierPublished Aug. 14, 2019 08:30 a.m.
What do Guilford’s town green, parks, playing fields, school athletic fields, lakes, beaches, town government building landscapes, and even Town of Guilford trash receptacles have in common?
The SoundPublished Aug. 14, 2019 08:30 a.m.
When Chartwells’ John Turenne was hired last September as Branford Public Schools’ director of dining services/executive chef, he had to hit the ground running—and he’ll never forget the support he received from his team, the district, and the community to help him.
East Haven CourierPublished Aug. 14, 2019 08:30 a.m.
For more than 50 years, Bill Barker has been a fixture in on the shoreline—first as a teacher and coach in Madison schools, then as the founder of the Slamma Jamma basketball camps, which he has run for 26 years, as well as a member of a number of other charitable groups and organizations.
The SourcePublished Aug. 07, 2019 08:00 a.m.
You may not immediately recognize Lisa Brown, but if you’ve spent time in Madison over the past decade, you’ve most likely seen her stamp on the town.
The SoundPublished Aug. 07, 2019 08:00 a.m.
For six years, Kari Collins has been directing young North Branford and East Haven performers for the East Haven Arts Commission (EHAC).
North Haven CourierPublished Aug. 07, 2019 08:00 a.m.
The first time Alden Mead traveled was as a soldier heading to Vietnam. That experience led to a life of world travel, mostly conducting medical research but also working to end whaling practices, among other efforts.
East Haven CourierPublished Aug. 07, 2019 08:00 a.m.
This school year, Mike Iavarone starts his fifth year teaching automotive and wood technology classes at East Haven High School (EHHS) where he’s been leading students into the future by teaching both old-school mechanical skills along with the latest in computer-programmed machining.
Valley CourierPublished Aug. 07, 2019 08:00 a.m.
Joe Urso drove to Florida 20 years ago. He vowed he would never do it a second time, but he will break that vow this month. He will be doing the route again but in the other direction, south to north, starting in Florida and returning to Connecticut. What’s more, this time he will do it on a motorcycle and his wife Cheryl will be riding on the back.
The SoundPublished July 31, 2019 08:30 a.m.
David McCarthy has only been working at Town Hall for six months, but he’s already making strides toward connecting with the community to create a more environmentally conscious Branford.
East Haven CourierPublished July 31, 2019 08:30 a.m.
For six years, Kari Collins has been directing shows for the East Haven Arts Commission (EHAC). It’s all about getting bigger and bigger performances.
The SourcePublished July 31, 2019 08:30 a.m.
Tim Smith’s most recent project, co-authoring a book about a secret mission during World War II’s D-Day, brought together a host of his interests and past experiences.
Guilford CourierPublished July 31, 2019 08:30 a.m.
Exactly one week after Jake Gladwin graduated with the Guilford High School (GHS) Class of 2019, he went back to high school—and back in time—as one of four leads starring in The Dangerfields Class of ’64.
The SoundPublished July 24, 2019 08:30 a.m.
As a commissioner for the Dan Cosgrove Animal Shelter, Stephanie Malkin is grateful for the chance to make a difference by putting her passion for assisting animals into practice.
Guilford CourierPublished July 24, 2019 08:30 a.m.
Dan McDermott won’t turn 18 until March, but that didn’t stop him from serving in the U.S. Senate in Washington, D.C. for five months earlier this year—as a Senate page, that is.
East Haven CourierPublished July 24, 2019 08:30 a.m.
In her career as a playwright, Toby Armour has written about Susan B. Anthony, freed slaves, and railroads with partners including town historians, aspiring writers, and prisoners.
North Haven CourierPublished July 24, 2019 08:30 a.m.
As a past president of the North Haven Land Trust (NHLT), Heidi Boettger says her goal is to preserve the town’s open spaces. Though many people may not know where the NHLT preserves public land, she says it’s all about saving important habitats and contributing to the character of the town.
The SourcePublished July 24, 2019 08:30 a.m.
Growing up in Meriden, Mike Reilly remembers hearing about the ways the local Lions Club gave back to the community.
Valley CourierPublished July 24, 2019 08:30 a.m.
Need a chair? A sled? A music stand? A pet carrier? Or maybe something more exotic like an antique Swedish birthing chair?
The SourcePublished July 17, 2019 08:30 a.m.
For more than 50 years, Bill Barker has been a fixture in Madison—first as a teacher and coach in Madison schools, then as the founder of Madison Hoop Dreams, which he has run for 26 years, as well as a member of a number of other charitable groups and organizations.
Guilford CourierPublished July 17, 2019 08:30 a.m.
Linda Reich knows the transformative magic of a visit to the Hyland House and its grounds—after all, she was the lady who showed scads of kids how to make a bandage from a leaf in the herb garden.