Preserving Granby’s pandemic memories

The coronavirus has ushered in a unique opportunity for Granby residents—preserving memory of the COVID-19 pandemic experience for future generations. The Salmon Brook Historical Society and the Granby Public Library are working together to gather stories about how the pandemic has affected life.

Girl Scouts keep kids creative

Girl Scout Cadettes is offering a way to keep kids happy, engaged and creative this summer. The idea came to the cadettes during quarantine as school, athletics and all other in-person activities were halted.

Dave Roberts elected to Lions position

Members of Hartford and Litchfield Counties’ 53 Lions Clubs International clubs, which are the world’s largest service organization, recently elected West Granby resident Dave Roberts to be the next Second Vice District Governor.

Second half of 2020—what now?

As we walk tentatively into the summer months, we are faced with the great desire to go back to normal as well as hesitation to trust that all is well. Cautious optimism seems to be the healthiest way to move forward, always with an eye and ear to new developments.

Ray makes my day

UPS driver Ray Haack is the highlight of the day for every dog in Granby. He’s a hero for lots of humans too!

Dogs social distancing

Kelly and Amber, members of the Anderson family in Granby, practice social distancing.

Newly commissioned

Zachary Ziemnicki, a 2016 graduate of GMHS, recently graduated from the University of New Haven with a degree in National Security and Criminal Justice minor.