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Local News for Killingworth, Connecticut

06/01/2020

Tuesday Book Club Title for July

Next Meeting:  Tuesday June 9 at 1:00 pm via Zoom. Given the vagaries of our virus challenged existence, the Library’s Tuesday Book  Discussion Group is scheduling a zoom session for our June 9th meeting. It will be held at the usual time of 1:00. You will receive […] Read the article on /killingworthlibrary.org READ MORE.
05/26/2020

Killingworth Copes: May 25, 2020

By Cathy Iino, Killingworth First Selectman. Hello, Killingworth– On Memorial Day 2020, Killingworth has been finding ways in a time of pandemic to honor those who have fought to defend America’s commitment to liberty and justice for all. This morning, a number of families volunteered to place American flags and pennies on the graves of READ MORE.
05/25/2020

HK Local Heroes Project Salutes Three KAA members

By Clark Judge. Three members of the Killingworth Ambulance Association were honored Saturday, May 23, 202 for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Marguerite Haaga, Dan Siegel and Lisa Anderson – all EMTs – were given awards by the HK Local Heroes Project after it solicited nominations from local townspeople. The three were among 78 READ MORE.
05/16/2020

Migration Madness

It’s that time of year where opportunities to connect with nature abound! Check out this wonderful article by Jim Sirch, who is an Education Coordinator for the Yale Peabody Museum, and a UConn Master Gardener. Then go outside and enjoy (and bring binoculars!) Migration Madness Read the article on /killingworthlibrary.org READ MORE.
05/14/2020

Killingworth Copes: May 1, 2020

By Cathy Iino. Hello, Killingworth- We now have 13 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Killingworth and several more cases that we know of that were not confirmed by tests. We assume there are also quite a few unreported and undetected cases. Thanks to social distancing, we are not seeing an exponential growth in these numbers. READ MORE.
05/14/2020

Killingworth Copes: May 5, 2020

By Cathy Iino. Hello, Killingworth- Over the last two weeks, the number of deaths from COVID-19 in Connecticut was still averaging over 70 per day, and the number of confirmed cases in Middlesex County grew by 36 percent. Better news: the number of hospitalizations has been falling for over a week, and the state is READ MORE.
05/06/2020

Killingworth Copes: May 5, 2020

By Cathy Iino. Hello, Killingworth- Over the last two weeks, the number of deaths from COVID-19 in Connecticut was still averaging over 70 per day, and the number of confirmed cases in Middlesex County grew by 36 percent. Better news: the number of hospitalizations has been falling for over a week, and the state is READ MORE.
05/02/2020

Killingworth Copes: May 1, 2020

By Cathy Iino. Hello, Killingworth- We now have 13 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Killingworth and several more cases that we know of that were not confirmed by tests. We assume there are also quite a few unreported and undetected cases. Thanks to social distancing, we are not seeing an exponential growth in these numbers. READ MORE.

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