Suffield Welcomes Another New Business

NE Tactical Training Academy opened doors in Suffield at 801 Thompsonville Road on October 1. Founder John Viscomi brings over six years of experience training law enforcement on tactics and techniques to his new business.

Stonegate Takes Shape

Stonegate, the subdivision being developed off North Main Street, was first announced at the September 2017 meeting of the Planning and Zoning Commission, when Ray Daddario described his plans in a pre-application conference. The project then worked its way through Conservation Commission and Historic District Commission approvals and finally the Planning and Zoning Commission public hearings, deliberation, and final approval on February 28, 2018.

Non-Stop at Bradley

The Connecticut Airport Authority (CAA) is pleased to announce the debut of new, nonstop service from Bradley International Airport to Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) and Orlando International Airport (MCO) on low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines. The service to Raleigh-Durham will commence on April 30, on an Airbus A320; the service to Orlando will commence on May 1, on an Airbus A321; the service to Denver is scheduled to commence on March 2.

Never Too Old to Be a Flower Girl

Norma Phillips, a life-long resident of West Suffield, had the honor of being specially requested to be a flower girl at a recent ceremony. Norma has extended family of three generations, and it was an exciting time for all present to have Norma, fondly referred to as the “Amp,” fulfill this special role.

A Thanksgiving Memory

A number of Thanksgivings ago my family had all gathered at my house for that special dinner. My children had small children at that time, so, although they tried to help, most of the preparation fell to me.

New Owner at K&P Flowers

K & P Flowers has been in Suffield for quite a few years, but for almost a year now has had a new owner. She is Erin Fletcher, who grew up in Bloomfield and now lives in Hartford.

Welcoming a New Business to Suffield

If you ask James Thomson, owner of NFP Sports, why he moved his business from Manchester to Suffield, he’ll tell you that he wants to plant roots and support the local community. He has a vested interest – James, his wife, and three sons live in West Suffield.