Recent Stories

Maintaining our assets

One of the key responsibilities the town boards have is to maintain the physical condition of the town’s assets such as town-owned roads, bridges and buildings.

Sunrise at Holcomb Farm

Eric Lukingbeal shot a spectacular photo of a peaceful, early spring sunrise looking over the open expanse of the east fields at Holcomb Farm. An early morning hiker and Friend of the Farm, Lukingbeal also serves on its board.

Board of Selectmen Notes

Sally Rider, 260 Mountain Road, addressed the board announcing she is planning Celebrate Granby on behalf of the Chamber of Commerce, on Sept. 19, 20, and 21. She will be adding some new features this year to enhance the evenings with something different each night.

Support for Kearns Community Center

I am writing this letter in total support of the Kearns Community Center. As a Vietnam combat veteran, I unfortunately had to leave 20 of my brothers in the jungles of Laos in a war that historically is known as the Secret War, because the United States disavowed being there at the time.

Support for Kearns Community Center

I am a mom of three boys ages 11, 9 and 7. We live in Hartland, a great rural town, with one school for Pre-school through 8th grade, and then most kids go to Granby Memorial High School or Northwest Regional 7 in Winsted.

A Thank You

I recently became aware that Shirley Murtha is no longer reporting on the BOS meetings. I will certainly miss her detailed accounts of all matters before that board.

Maintaining our assets

One of the key responsibilities the town boards have is to maintain the physical condition of the town’s assets such as town-owned roads, bridges and buildings.

Board of Selectmen Notes

Sally Rider, 260 Mountain Road, addressed the board announcing she is planning Celebrate Granby on behalf of the Chamber of Commerce, on Sept. 19, 20, and 21. She will be adding some new features this year to enhance the evenings with something different each night.

Support for Kearns Community Center

I am writing this letter in total support of the Kearns Community Center. As a Vietnam combat veteran, I unfortunately had to leave 20 of my brothers in the jungles of Laos in a war that historically is known as the Secret War, because the United States disavowed being there at the time.

Support for Kearns Community Center

I am a mom of three boys ages 11, 9 and 7. We live in Hartland, a great rural town, with one school for Pre-school through 8th grade, and then most kids go to Granby Memorial High School or Northwest Regional 7 in Winsted.

A Thank You

I recently became aware that Shirley Murtha is no longer reporting on the BOS meetings. I will certainly miss her detailed accounts of all matters before that board.