When SPC Ricky Emmons lost his life in the Afghanistan conflict, friends donated a bench in his honor that was installed on the Granby town green. With the recent road widing project, the bench was moved to a safer spot in front of Grass Roots Ice Cream. Never forget.
Are you a compassionate person who loves to provide companionship, provide a listening ear and help someone smile? Consider being a hospice volunteer with the Farmington Valley Visiting Nurse Association.
Connecticut has experienced lower than normal rainfall, with rain amounts totaling an estimated one inch, compared to four inches of rain which would typically fall in this time period. Lower rainfall, combined with high water demand, has led the State of Connecticut’s lnteragency Drought Working Group to declare that all eight counties in the state are experiencing Stage 2 drought conditions.
As you clean out a drawer or medicine cabinet, you may come upon prescribed medications that are expired or unused. Many times there are expired over-the-counter medicines or some we no longer use. How do you safely dispose of these unused medicines?
See an illuminating interview with CT Valley Views’ host Susan Regan and her guest, 2016 Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson, with highlights from his new book, Created Equal: The Painful Past, Confusing Present and Hopeful Future of Race in America.
Geissler’s Supermarket, the 2021 IGA International Retailer of the Year, has launched Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Online Payments with the industry-leading eCommerce service powered by Rosie.
When you meet Father William Agyemang, you realize that you are in the presence of a joyful man. His smile is infectious, he is gregarious and welcoming, and the feeling is that he is a genuine, loving man of God.