HARTFORD – On Wednesday, Rep. Sean Scanlon (D-Guilford) joined colleagues from both parties in passing a bipartisan budget for the second consecutive year.
The Guilford Teachers’ Association (GEA) has endorsed Matt Hoey for First Selectman. Regina Sullivan, local president of the GEA announced the decision on October 5, 2017. After the GEA governing board interviewed candidates for the position, the board voted unanimously to endorse Matt Hoey.…
GUILFORD - On Wednesday, State Representative Sean Scanlon announced his office is holding an essay contest for Guilford and Branford middle school students in honor of Veterans Day which will be celebrated this year on Friday November 10, 2017.
A question was sent in to the GuilfordAtticus Facebook account asking us to look into whether any candidate for office has proposed closing a school in Guilford.
Summer was certainly fleeting and Guilford goes back to school in just two short days! Here are some important dates for the upcoming school year as well as information on the bus routes.
The Guilford Foundation (TGF) is pleased to announce that we have committed over $120,000 for initiatives and organizations serving Guilford in 2017, the most ever and a 17% increase from fiscal year 2016. This reflects 13 grants made through our competitive grant making (complete list below…
Revisions made by the state to aid provided to the towns with no state budget in place show Guilford essentially losing all state aid, including receiving no Education Cost Sharing (ECS) monies.
Sara Levesh Prior was a student at Melissa Jones Elementary school in 1989 when the community came together to build a playground. Volunteers from the surrounding area as well as the students constructed the playground in only four days.
At a special Board of Education meeting Monday evening there was a unanimous 5-0 vote to appoint Mandy Ryan as the new principal for Guilford Lakes Elementary school.
In 1989 the Melissa Jones Playground was constructed by the hands of many volunteers throughout the Guilford community. At the time, it cost around $40,000 to build but was later valued at $150,000; the playground took only four days to construct and was designed by the architectural firm of…
With a 21-1 vote, with one abstention, the Representative Town Meeting approved a legal settlement that would allow the Legacy Theater to finally move forward with renovations to the Puppet House in Stony Creek.
A new proposal would see the town save upwards of $20 million in energy costs long-term on an investment of about $10 million is part of a facilities improvement program that will be paid for via a lease.