Recent Stories

Local student places in statewide art competition

Christian Cusano, eighth grade student at Granby Memorial Middle School, is the recipient of a third place recognition in the Middle Division of the 2019 Future Problem Solving of Connecticut statewide art competition held at North Haven High School on March 30.

Wells Road School principal named

Pauline P. Greer has been named as the new principal of Wells Road Intermediate School, effective July 1. Greer brings 14 years of K-6 teaching and instructional leadership experiences to the district with expertise in literacy and social emotional learning.

Granby PD earns national accreditation

The Granby Police Department has been awarded national accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) at the commission’s recent conference in Huntsville, Ala. This achievement signifies GPD’s commitment to professional excellence.

Intonations at the Women’s Breakfast

The 60 ladies attending the Granby Women’s Breakfast on May 1 were entertained with old time melodies by the Intonations, a 25-member singing group directed by Greg Babal of the Hartt School of Music.

Wells Road School principal named

Pauline P. Greer has been named as the new principal of Wells Road Intermediate School, effective July 1. Greer brings 14 years of K-6 teaching and instructional leadership experiences to the district with expertise in literacy and social emotional learning.

Granby PD earns national accreditation

The Granby Police Department has been awarded national accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) at the commission’s recent conference in Huntsville, Ala. This achievement signifies GPD’s commitment to professional excellence.

Intonations at the Women’s Breakfast

The 60 ladies attending the Granby Women’s Breakfast on May 1 were entertained with old time melodies by the Intonations, a 25-member singing group directed by Greg Babal of the Hartt School of Music.

McLean offers hospice volunteer training

The McLean Hospice team is seeking compassionate and mature individuals who are able to provide social support for adults who are facing terminal illnesses. Hospice volunteers may visit patients and families in their homes, apartments, or in nursing facilities to provide companionship, a listening ear and a caring presence.