Playful Theme Entertains at King House

Did you play Candy Land or Clue when you were young? If so, you would have seen some old favorites at the 2017 Holidayfest at the King House Museum.

Food For Thought

“Never be limited by other people’s limited imaginations.” – Dr. Mae Jemison, first African-American female astronaut

WWI Documented

A team from the Connecticut State Library came to the Suffield Senior Center on November 18 to collect digital documentation of Connecticut’s experience in the Great War.

Where We’ve Been. Where We’re Going. Nowhere?

As many of our readers know, a Town referendum was held in October 2015 asking the town to vote to “appropriate $8.4 million for renovations and improvements to Bridge Street School for conversion to a town community center.”

New Officer Gets His Badge

Candidate Alex Scata, a Farmington resident, was so enthusiastic about his intent to become a Suffield police officer that he attended Interim Chief Tony Riello’s departure party in the Suffield High auditorium two Decembers ago.

Internship Completed at SPD

Last week concluded the internship of our fall 2017 college intern, Nate Marshall, at the Suffield Police Department.