Fall in New England

Doesn’t everybody in New England love the fall season, even when it isn’t the most beautiful one on record?

“No Second Paragraph”

I believe that my parents and grandmothers started reading to me when I was a small baby and since then I have always loved reading and libraries.

From Armistice to Veterans Day

November is upon us and with it comes thoughts of upcoming holidays. For us of the baby-boom generation, one of the most special was one called Armistice Day – not a day full of shining ornaments or brightly colored wrapped gifts, but a very special day indeed.

Paradise Found

The sea lions, pelicans, iguanas, sea turtles, giant tortoises, and many other creatures on the Galapagos Islands live in peace together with “most” human beings.

A True Community

What is a community? The dictionary defines it as “a feeling of fellowship with others”; in biology, it encompasses “all of the organisms that inhabit a particular area.”

Fond Farewell to Principal Dunn

The staff of the Observer sends a fond farewell to Scott Dunn, Principal of A. Ward Spaulding Elementary School.

Slow Progress

Do you recall the October 2015 Town referendum vote to approve bonding for (1) road and drainage improvements, (2) renovations and improvements to Suffield Town Hall and (3) renovations and improvements to Bridge Street School for conversion to a town community recreation center?