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The SoundPublished July 08, 2020 08:30 a.m.
At a peaceful protest in Madison, Venice Garner Moore—a therapist, life coach, author, and motivational speaker—met an editor from the Courier, and Venice suggested a story highlighting Minority Mental Health Awareness.
Guilford CourierPublished July 01, 2020 08:30 a.m.
While Megan Wallace has led Guilford Parks & Recreation’s Camp Menunkatuck for many years, this summer, Megan, together with her assistant director Matt Landry-McWilliams and a team of six counselors, are working especially hard to keep campers safe and happy.
Guilford CourierPublished June 24, 2020 08:30 a.m.
With some major fundraisers set aside due to COVID-19 this year, SARAH Foundation’s Kim Vigliotti is hoping the shoreline will rise to the challenge—the virtual Summer Breeze Challenge, that is.
Guilford CourierPublished June 17, 2020 08:30 a.m.
On March 16, A’s Unique Boutique was poised for a peak prom gown sales weekend when COVID-19 restrictions shut down the store. From that point until this moment, staying in business has been a matter of connectivity, creativity and community support for owner Kara Engstrom.
Guilford CourierPublished June 10, 2020 08:30 a.m.
For the first time in the history of Guilford’s all-volunteer Project Graduation program, there will be no all-night, substance-free party for the graduating class.
Guilford CourierPublished June 03, 2020 08:30 a.m.
When this extraordinary school year comes to a close, it will also mark the end of an extraordinary 13 years at Guilford High School (GHS) led by Principal Richard “Rick” Misenti, who will retire.
Guilford CourierPublished May 27, 2020 08:30 a.m.
“Monday, March 23, was my first official day. That was the day that the governor shut down non-essential businesses like the YMCA, because it’s considered a gym. But the Y is so much more than that.”
Guilford CourierPublished May 20, 2020 08:30 a.m.
Many in the Guilford community first got to know Lucas Sundwall during a difficult time in his boyhood.
Guilford CourierPublished May 13, 2020 08:30 a.m.
After COVID-19 canceled her plans for a college semester of study in Japan, Keely Greiner could have coasted along for a few months until her classes started up again.
Guilford CourierPublished May 06, 2020 08:30 a.m.
What do you do if you’re a singer/songwriter in the time of COVID-19? Guilford native and Los Angeles-based musician Kimber Kristy’s response is sharing her original song, “Hard Times,” as a tribute to COVID-19 heroes.
East Haven CourierPublished April 22, 2020 08:30 a.m.
Ever since she started working in emergency preparedness, Daisy Hernandez’s main focus has been mostly training to prepare for natural disasters like hurricanes, floods, and blizzards.
Guilford CourierPublished April 15, 2020 08:30 a.m.
Well before the COVID-19 crisis forced medical professionals to convert to “virtual care” by flipping in-person visits to phone or video conferencing, the systems were in place at Veterans Administration CT (VACT) Healthcare System, which serves 50,000 veterans statewide.
Guilford CourierPublished April 08, 2020 08:30 a.m.
Across the country, hospitals and health care workers have been forced to work with limited or inadequate protection equipment as they lead the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
Guilford CourierPublished March 25, 2020 08:30 a.m.
As schools began announcing shutting buildings down in response to COVID-19, Jim Woodworth was coordinating an emergency plan for about 4,000 baby brown trout, or “fry,” being fostered in Trout in the Classroom (TIC) tanks, including hundreds making their home in a 55-gallon tank at Guilford High School (GHS).
Guilford CourierPublished March 11, 2020 08:30 a.m.
With Luminous Instruments, Harold Shapiro marries his remarkable musicianship, passion for photography, and love of light. The result? Breathtaking images of instruments captured in a dance of light and dynamic motion.
Guilford CourierPublished March 04, 2020 08:30 a.m.
If anyone understands the empowerment of the ages and stages of Girls Coach, Girls Run (GCGR), it’s Tara Henry.
Guilford CourierPublished Feb. 26, 2020 08:30 a.m.
Perhaps those who first meet Gloria Elliott along with her husband, Tom, see her as a rather quiet, retiring person, happy to let Tom take center stage while interjecting a comment or two now and then.
Guilford CourierPublished Feb. 19, 2020 08:30 a.m.
To benefit and support the artistic talents of students from Guilford and 23 other shoreline towns between East Haven and Lyme, Steve Kops will happily don the king’s crown and join his krewe and many revelers at this year’s Shoreline Arts Alliance (SAA) Mardi Gras Gala on Saturday, Feb. 29.
Guilford CourierPublished Feb. 12, 2020 08:30 a.m.
After an adult bald eagle collided with the windshield of an oncoming 18-wheeler on Jan. 22, police rushed the stunned bird to Killingworth’s non-profit raptor rehabilitation and rescue, A Place Called Hope.
Guilford CourierPublished Feb. 05, 2020 08:30 a.m.
At age 16, Tyler Eveland likely has had more exposure than most of his Guilford neighbors to the experiences of “borderlanders”—young people living in areas divided by the wall at the U.S. and Mexico border.
Guilford CourierPublished Jan. 29, 2020 08:30 a.m.
Valentine’s Day may still be a couple of weeks off, but for Ingrid Collins and her iconic Guilford business, The Village Chocolatier, it’s crunch time.
Guilford CourierPublished Jan. 22, 2020 08:30 a.m.
If anyone understands the exceptional work of the Guilford Foundation, which is celebrating its 45th anniversary in...
Guilford CourierPublished Jan. 15, 2020 08:30 a.m.
He grew up enjoying—and leading—Texas-based Church of Christ youth ministry programs
Guilford CourierPublished Jan. 08, 2020 08:30 a.m.
When Guilford native Robert Iovanna joined the Branford police force about three years ago, he brought 17 years of big-city law enforcement experience and his reputation as “The Singing Hartford Cop.”
Guilford CourierPublished Dec. 25, 2019 08:30 a.m.
When Geralyn Nelson and her husband John were deciding on a place to live and raise their children, Guilford seemed an ideal spot.
Guilford CourierPublished Dec. 18, 2019 08:30 a.m.
To celebrate and share the message of Chanukah, Rabbi Yossi Yaffe of Chabad of the Shoreline will successively light the candles of public menorahs on town greens in Guilford, Branford and East Haven over the eight nights of the Jewish holiday this year, from Sunday to Sunday, Dec. 22 to 29.
Guilford CourierPublished Dec. 11, 2019 08:30 a.m.
What’s the best way to connect with youth? Give them a chance to get involved.