Do you enjoy getting your nails done? Are you seeking a way to relax from the stress of school and the busy schedule that comes with it? Twins Nail and Spa recently opened in Suite C at 50 Waterbury Road in Prospect, Connecticut this past August. The staff at Twins Nail and Spa offer
Community School and Laurel Ledge 5th Graders met at Pent Field in Beacon Falls last Friday for a fun-filled day full of activities, meeting new people, and delicious food.
Story by Carly Erickson and Veronica Dergachev Usually, your traditional elementary school is grades Pre-K through fifth grade. But, in Prospect, there are two elementary schools. Algonquin, the older of the two schools, has grades Pre-K through third, and Community has grades fourth and third. But, instead of the students transitioning from one school
Senior projects are frequently used to improve the community, express the student conducting it, or honor something the student feels strongly for. Heather Eustace, a senior at Woodland Regional, has found a way to combine all of these in her senior project, Golf Ramia 2.0. On April 11th, Eustace will be hosting a mini-golf tournament
Holiday season is here and if you’re in need of community service hours, listen to this announcement. Community Service opportunities are everywhere. Algonquin and Community elementary school PTO will be holding a holiday fair December 12, 2014 from 5:30-7:45. Within this fair the students will participate in the festive activities. This includes events such as
On Monday May 20th at 6:30 the Prospect Public Library will be hosting guest speaker Matthew Bartlett. Bartlett is an area resident who is considered to be an expert on the Battle of Gettysburg. Through his studies he noticed a part of the war that seemed to be unexplored by many authors and decided to take
See Movies Cheaper Movie tickets can be pretty expensive for the average teen just trying to have fun. In the Beacon falls/ Prospect area the most popular movie theaters are the Waterbury mall, the Seymour cinemas and in Southington. The movie tickets at the Seymour Cinemas are usually ten dollars, which is really expensive if
Patrick Conway was eight years old. He was in a Boy Scout meeting, when suddenly his den leader collapsed from a heart attack. The young Conway watched as his father saved his Boy Scout leader’s life. It was then that Conway knew that one day he wanted to be able to save someone’s life just
We all know that a license is needed to drive. What some people are not aware of, however, is that your dog needs a license simply to live in your home. It is required by law in the state of Connecticut and many other states as well that all dogs six months of age or
On the main stretch of grass on St. Anthony’s Parish ground are pumpkins for sale for families in the town of Prospect, CT. Lisa Stanley, one of the head chairpersons of this event, and her volunteers have sold over two-thirds of their pumpkins in the first three days. The time it took to plan the
Fencing is an Olympic recognized sport that takes much more than being physically fit. A fencer needs to be in top shape in order to battle their opponents but they also need more, they need strategy. Fencing is often compared to a physical version of chess. The fencer must manipulate their partner’s moves and counteract
On June 8, 2010 members of the National Junior Honor Society at Long River Middle School in Prospect, CT donated $780.00 to the American Cancer Society. This year for their community service project, they raised funds through two events they organized. First they made ribbons representing different forms of cancer and sold them at school.