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  • Ray Churchill takes performing arts from classroom to community

    Raymond Churchill comes by his ties to musical theater honestly. He grew up in East Haddam, in the shadow of Goodspeed Opera House, moving to Griswold when he accepted his first teaching job after college. "They had a drama program before I was here, but they weren't doing productions every year," he said. "That was one of the things we discussed in my interview, because it was very much in my background."
  • Town OK's sale of former factory site to UCFS for health center

    United Community and Family Services is a few steps closer to a new home that will house a wider range of health care services and enliven a long-abandoned 2.3-acre property in Jewett City. Griswold residents at town meeting Jan. 13 voted unanimously to...

    Recovering Sen. Andrew Maynard Returns To State Senate

    Recovering Sen. Andrew Maynard Returns To State Senate
    HARTFORD — State Sen. Andrew Maynard, in a surprise to many, returned to the Senate Chamber Wednesday for his first public appearance since suffering a major brain injury in a fall in mid-July. Maynard, a Stonington Democrat, came through the...

    Special Favor To Injured Legislator Tempting, But Wrong

    Special Favor To Injured Legislator Tempting, But Wrong
    A "quiet consensus" is building in the General Assembly, writes Courant columnist Kevin Rennie, to grant retirement benefits to four-term state Sen. Andrew Maynard should he be unable to serve his constituents when the legislature convenes in January....

    Questions Loom Over Injured Sen. Maynard

    Questions Loom Over Injured Sen. Maynard
    The General Assembly is faced with a delicate problem that its members would like to handle with discretion, which means without too much attention from the public. It is a sad story playing out at the intersection of tug of affection and the power of...