Air Museum expands hours and offerings

In a sign that things are starting to get back to normal in the museum world, the New England Air Museum has announced an expansion of its hours to accommodate more visitors while enabling them to maintain a comfortable distance from others. The new hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the museum will be open every day from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Dreaming of a wildflower meadow

Having driven by the empty town-owned field across the street from Maple View Farm for 24 years, Susan Ranstead often thought how beautiful it would be if this field were filled with flowers. This year, she decided to take action to see if it would be possible.

Area food distributions during pandemic

Granby residents Sandy Flagg, Audrey Lampert and Dave Roberts are passionate community members who want to ensure that no one goes hungry, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

CTVV speaks with pundit Joe Markley

CT Valley Views strives to bring viewers perspective on what matters to Connecticut’s citizens relevant to their health, wealth, and future quality of life. Key at this time is the State’s budget and bills that have been summarily hustled through the legislative process managed by the Democrat majority.

Solar Eclipse

The moon blocked part of the sun in a sunrise solar eclipse on June 10 in North Granby. The phenomenon appeared as a “ring of fire” to some observers in Canada and Northern Europe. On the East Coast of North America, it appeared more like a crescent moon—or a smile.