CT Valley Views

Susan Patricelli Regan, host of CT Valley Views, interviewed the recently appointed Thomas J. Saadi, Commissioner of Veterans Affairs for the State of Connecticut in his office in Rocky Hill.


In the above photo from the October Drummer, the Stop & Shop employee on the right was incorrectly identified. She is Alyshia Barron.

Granby residents finalists for International Marketing Award

The Hartford HealthCare (HHC) Content Team, including Granby residents Nick and Melissa Dethlefsen, has been recognized as finalists in the 2018 Content Marketing Awards presented by the Content Marketing Institute—an annual, leading international awards program honoring the best marketers in the industry. 

Technology in ambulatory medicine

Technology is a large, everyday component in the daily routine of equine veterinarians. It has vastly changed the way medicine is practiced and most days, we are glad for the advancement.

Foxfield F.A.R.M. Foundation

The CT Department of Veterans Affairs in Rocky Hill sponsors an annual Stand Down Day in which 200 service support groups participate and over 1,000 veterans attend.


The author of the article about the Granby Library Association in the October Drummer was incorrectly attributed to Joan Russell. Amy Hatfield was the author.