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The SourcePublished April 25, 2018 08:30 a.m.
In the age of technology, it’s easy to think that children just want to play video games or watch Netflix on an iPad, but there’s one special experience that has stood the test of time: getting up close with the flashing lights and the loud sirens of those big, shiny trucks.
The SourcePublished April 18, 2018 08:30 a.m.
As president of the Killingworth Women’s Organization (KWO), Andrea Freibauer is busy heading preparations for its Earth Day Celebration on Saturday, April 28—but she’s never too busy to bring the cookies.
The SourcePublished April 11, 2018 08:30 a.m.
At 28, Susan Kocaba was standing at a food market in a small Polish town using her limited knowledge of the native language to ask for walnuts, a key ingredient in her mother’s banana bread recipe.
The SourcePublished April 04, 2018 08:30 a.m.
Growing up, Michael (Mike) DiGiorgio spent his weekends lost in the woods near his hometown of Schenectady, New York, with just a sketchbook and pencil for company.
The SourcePublished March 14, 2018 08:30 a.m.
When Dennis Crowe retired in 2016, life didn’t slow down, in fact it got busier. In between days spent cycling, and playing senior softball and cribbage, he is also an active member of the Madison Exchange Club, American Legion, and the Republican Town Committee
The SourcePublished March 07, 2018 08:30 a.m.
Surviving a deadly storm, a catastrophic flood, or a house fire is a life-changing event. While the insurance business may seem like a world of numbers and reports, for Ed Gumbrecht, it’s about helping clients, friends, and neighbors rebuild their lives following tragedy.
The SourcePublished Feb. 21, 2018 08:30 a.m.
Roberta Lombardi is a successful businessperson, a loving wife, and a proud mom. She’s also a cancer survivor. Now, the professional event planner from Madison is busy organizing a “pink tie” gala event to raise money for those still fighting for their lives.
The SourcePublished Jan. 10, 2018 08:30 a.m.
Sitting in a warm Madison coffee shop is a long way from living in a tent in the isolated forests of Madagascar or Indonesia, yet Katherine Meier is happily at home in all places—with one notable drawback to life in the wild.
The SourcePublished Jan. 03, 2018 08:30 a.m.
Sheri Romblad is a Madison mom of two boys. She’s also a self-taught expert on hearing loss who has driven legislation to strengthen hearing screening programs for children in Connecticut—and she could tell you the whole story in sign language.
The SourcePublished Dec. 20, 2017 08:30 a.m.
It was the year 1917 and the World War dominated newspaper headlines and conversations around the globe. It was also the year that the Madison Historical Society (MHS) was created—and though it seems unlikely, the two events are entwined.
Guilford CourierPublished Dec. 13, 2017 08:30 a.m.
When Kaitlyn Sandor visited the Apple Pi robotics club, the team’s mentors were especially eager for her join the group—not just because they’re dedicated to fostering a passion for science and technology. Kaitlyn was the only girl.
The SourcePublished Dec. 06, 2017 08:30 a.m.
It’s the most magical—and profitable—time of the year, and the cash registers are ringing in downtown Madison as small businesses encourage holiday shoppers to spend their dollars in the local community.
The SourcePublished Nov. 22, 2017 08:30 a.m.
Have you looked out your kitchen window and seen a destroying angel in the backyard? Not sure if you’re holding a trumpet of death or an inky cap?
The SourcePublished Nov. 15, 2017 08:30 a.m.
The week before Thanksgiving is typically hectic with picking up the turkey, baking pies, and preparing for guests. For Russell Hodge, it’s extra busy this year with the final preparations for the 2017 Lenny & Joe’s Madison Turkey Trot.
The SourcePublished Nov. 08, 2017 08:30 a.m.
When Maureen Alfiero picked up a beekeeper’s suit at a local tag sale, she thought it was an interesting find. What she didn’t know was it would spark a passion that would develop into a thriving family business at their Killingworth farm.
The SourcePublished Nov. 01, 2017 08:30 a.m.
“Leave this world a little better than you found it”—it’s a famous quote by Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the international scouting movement. In the world that is Madison, Connecticut, former boy scout Eric Thornburg has achieved just that.
The SourcePublished Oct. 25, 2017 08:30 a.m.
Here on the shoreline, $80 is a dinner at a restaurant or a pair of jeans. For Madison resident Stuart Rattray, $80 has a special value: It buys a brand new wheelchair for a permanently disabled child in a developing nation.
The SourcePublished Oct. 18, 2017 08:30 a.m.
When Laura D’Aiello moved into The Roby House in January this year, she knew the tasks of her new job as resident director would keep her busy. There was, however, something that took her by surprise.
The SourcePublished Oct. 04, 2017 08:30 a.m.
To many people, Rockland is a neighborhood of houses and woods in North Madison.
The SourcePublished Sep. 20, 2017 08:30 a.m.
Mark Clifton had a busy day at the Killingworth 350th Anniversary Celebration on Sept. 2.