Elements, “the ultimate Earth, Wind & Fire tribute,” are headlining the 36th annual Savin Rock Festival at 8:30 p.m. July 29 in Old Grove Park, performing a deluge of hits spanning the musical genres of rhythm and blues, soul, funk, disco, pop and rock.
It was a day to be outdoors, Monday, and that’s what hundreds did as cool temperatures and cooler breezes were the order of the day. Higher humidity is expected back this week as the area is expecting the third heatwave of the season.
Monday’s milder temperatures and a temporary respite from humidity had residents flocking to Savin Rock and the shoreline to enjoy cool breezes and exercise. Walkers, bikers and rollerblade enthusiasts traversed the Boardwalk for some afternoon/evening fun.
Even if the best things in life are free, the payment is getting up with the birds. Voice columnist Dan Shine captured this sunrise over Prospect Beach during his early morning walk. It certainly presents a vista that the best paintings cannot match.
Latanya Farrell sings rhythm and blues hits Monday night in Old Grove Park as part of the West Haven Summer Concert Series. The concert was rescheduled from Friday night because of rain.
West Haven's sawmill
MFAC lauds city for bond issues
City Finance Director Kevin McNabola, left, discusses West Haven’s improving financial condition before the Municipal Finance Advisory Commission July 12 at the state Office of Policy and Management in Hartford.
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