Fighting viruses this winter

The new year offers new beginnings, but unfortunately, it is also a peak period for the transmission of colds, flu, Covid and other respiratory and gastrointestinal viruses. This year the trifecta of respiratory illnesses is especially hitting Connecticut. Being inside more, in dry air, with the proximity of other people leads to more infections.

New holiday tree for town center inspires carol sing

During the fall of 2022, Granby resident Mary Jo Toczydlowski approached the Town with some beautification ideas and thoughts on how to celebrate holiday seasons as a town. The result was the purchase and planting of a beautiful 20-foot Oriental spruce tree.

Winemaker and artist combine talents

Just in time for 2022 holiday sales, winemakers Kevin Riggott and Michelle Neidermeyer of Lost Acres Vineyard released their newest variety of white wine, which they call Once in a Blue Moon.

The birth of Granby Congregational Church, UCC

There was great excitement as members from First Congregational Church and South Congregational Church gathered on Jan. 8 to celebrate the official creation of Granby Congregational Church, UCC, with a party complete with cake and balloons.

BE SMART for gun safety—keep kids safe

The BE SMART Campaign has provided educational materials and free gun locks to the Granby, East Granby and Avon communities for the past five years.

Restore Cossitt: Project Update

Phase 1 of the Water Infiltration Prevention Project, involving exterior work to the Cossitt Library building to repair and restore the areas on the north and east sides of the building’s upper story, is 99 percent complete.