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  • In A Yale Experiment, A Hairless Man Grows Hair

    In A Yale Experiment, A Hairless Man Grows Hair
    Kyle Rhodes visited Dr. Brett A. King at the Yale School of Medicine late last summer, seeking help for a severe case of psoriasis.
  • Old Hydroelectric Mill Speaks To The Preservation Of Killingworth's Past

    Old Hydroelectric Mill Speaks To The Preservation Of Killingworth's Past
    "We have no plans for it and we don't know what to do with it." Those words were spoken by Stanley Bates, a planner for the state parks and forests nearly 37 years ago shortly after Oscar Swenson sold the "old Forster powerhouse" and 40 acres surrounding...

    Chatfield Trail In Killingworth: Where Your Hike Becomes An Adventure

    Chatfield Trail In Killingworth: Where Your Hike Becomes An Adventure
    The thought first crossed my mind as I contorted my body under ledges and sucked in my stomach to fit through narrow gaps between boulders as I followed the blue blazes along Burlington's "Mile of Ledges." That same thought ran through my head Wednesday...

    A Visit To Killingworth's Nineveh Falls

    A Visit To Killingworth's Nineveh Falls
    When you combine a vibrant river, a waterfall, and a gorge with high cliffs lined with huge hemlocks, there is bound to be a legend involved. Killingworth's Nineveh Falls is no different. These falls – now part of a dam and spillway for Lake...

    Senator's Constituent Newsletter Draws Election Complaint

    A recent taxpayer-funded newsletter from Democratic state Sen. Edward Meyer of Guilford has drawn a formal complaint, after Republicans learned it went only to constituents in one of the six towns Meyer represents – Branford – and it carried a...