Flu immunizations are critical this year

With the flu season upon us during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is doubly essential to lessen the risk of getting the flu. In a typical year, flu is seen from fall to early spring, with varying degrees of severity.

Riek-Dauerbach wedding announced

Kerry Anne Riek, operations manager at ECRI, and Christopher Kenneth Dauerbach, a landscape architect at Derstine Landscaping Design and Build, were married on May 24, in Pennsylvania.

McLean expands its Independent Living Community

The McLean Life Plan Community has moved forward with plans to construct a residential building adjacent to the current Burkholder building in the McLean Village, which overlooks beautiful Hop Meadow Country Club.

CTVV interviews David Lehman

Critical to the administrative infrastructure of Connecticut, the Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) oversees a wide range of programs promoting business retention and recruitment, Brownfield redevelopment, the arts, historic preservation and tourism.

Eagle Scout Project

Granby Eagle Scout candidate Max Hollister on the left, fittingly wearing a Superman shirt, led the effort to build a new bridge on the Granby Land Trust’s Mary Edwards Mountain Property’s yellow trail as his Eagle Scout project.

Pumpkins with a purpose at South Church

The Pumpkin Patch is returning to South Church. While it may seem that the purchase of a pumpkin is a common and ordinary act each fall, these beautiful harbingers of autumn are part of an incredible chain of good deeds and help to serve an important purpose.