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Colorful placards placed at the entrance to Maple Court in Dayville on March 6 pointed the way to the congregate living area. Inside, a group of people gathered to celebrate the World Day of Prayer, a Christian prayer event that dates back to 1887. Comment?
Sandy Richmond moved down the line of cages at the NECCOG Animal Shelter in Dayville on March 6. Four dogs barked greetings to the 10-year volunteer. She stopped to talk to a shepherd/husky mix, a recent release. Comment?
Connecticut State Trooper Eliezer Iturrino stood outside Walmart Superstore in Putnam on Dec. 6, a warm smile on his face. Eliezer was busy taking toys and monetary donations for the annual Tommy Toy Fund collection. Comment?
Leading Age lobbyist Hilary Felton-Reid, 2nd District U.S. Rep. Joseph Courtney, Westview Administrator David T. Panteleakos, 44th District state Rep. Mae Flexer and 50th District state Rep. Mike Alberts. Westview Resident Council President... Leading Age lobbyist Hilary Felton-Reid, 2nd District U.S. Rep. Joseph Courtney, Westview Administrator David T. Panteleakos, 44th District state Rep. Mae Flexer and 50th District state Rep. Mike Alberts. Comment?
The Killingly Town Council will hold a public hearing on Nov. 10 regarding an ordinance to control a feral cat population. Town Manager Sean Hendricks brought a draft of the ordinance to a Town Council meeting on Oct. 14. Hendricks said he would like to have something on the books that gives guidelines to owners and animal control officers alike. Comment?
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