By Joan Law Feng Shui Joan’s Way FengshuiJoansWay@gmail.com A very important principal of Feng Shui is surrounding yourself with helpful people. The people who support your hopes, dreams, and all the chapters of your life generate a powerful and positive energy to lift you up. I am sharing with you a letter from a friend. […]
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Remembering September 11th By Barbara Heimlich On Sunday morning while watching “Sunday Morning” I was shocked to hear that only 14 states taught students about the 9/11 Terror Attack. When asked about 9/11 they didn’t even know what it was. This year, the 20th Anniversary of 9/11, has been especially difficult for those of us […]
Where Does Stratford Stand? State Health Department officials noted that the Delta variant of COVID-19 continues to be the dominant strain in Connecticut, now accounting for more than 85 percent of all new infections. In the past week, the number of cases of the Delta variant is also up hundreds over the past several weeks. […]
The Boothe Brothers—A Stratford Story of Wealth, Generosity, and a Touch of Scandal! by Andréa Byrne Two of the last descendants of The Booth family were David Beach Boothe and Stephen Nichols Boothe, born two years apart shortly after the end of the Civil War. The brothers were born in their family Homestead, which was […]
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We Begin With Solar! (Solar) School Is in Session🍎📝 Think back to your very first day of school. You felt all the emotions: excitement, nerves, eagerness…Starting your solar journey may feel the same! @trinity solar will be there to guide and support you, making it simple. It all starts with an appointment when one of […]
Stratford Library Sets Fall/Winter Book Talks On-Site Series Begins Wednesday, September 29th in Lovell Room by Tom Holehan Public Relations & Programming The Stratford Library has announced its selections for the Fall/Winter 2021 series of “Books Over Coffee”, the monthly book discussion program that has been a popular staple at the library for over 30 […]
Sterling House Fundraiser Still Time to Register We’re Back and We’re Dirty Again! Run, walk or crawl your way to the finish line – as you get sweaty, sandy, dirty and wet along the way! Best of all, you are in it to win it for Sterling House- All proceeds will benefit our programs and […]
by State Representative Joe Gresko (121st District) Dear Residents, I am pleased to report that the Biden Administration and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) have approved a significant and permanent increase in the amount of food stamp assistance (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program SNAP) available to families in need. The pandemic further confirmed what activists […]
Tuesday, September 14th Bunnell High School: 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Linda Chaffin vs Rick Marcone In the 9th, Rick Marcone is seeking to upset Linda Chaffin, the Stratford Democratic Committee Endorsed Candidate, in a primary election this Tuesday. Marcone, who has been active in several community organizations for years, was the party’s registrar of […]
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