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Julia Werth has 124 articles published.

Julia Werth is a Staff Writer specializing in education, health and the environment for the Connecticut Examiner. Julia previously worked for the Connecticut Mirror where she wrote on healthcare and juvenile justice. In addition to her work as a journalist, Julia is a registered dietitian, podcast host and owner of Werth Your While Nutrition. Julia holds a dual degree of the University of Connecticut in Journalism and Nutritional Sciences.
Posted on in In the Region

Disability-friendly Coffee House Opens in Deep River

“90 percent of our staff have a diagnosed disability,” said Jane Moen, the executive director of A Little Compassion, a nonprofit that strives to change the lives of young adults with autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities for the better. “We have a number of folks with autism, developmental delays, anxiety and depression.” Moen also manages The Nest. Keep Reading

Posted on in Feature/Old Lyme

Old Lyme VFW Honored for “Vets in Need” Program

“Old Lyme is a funny town. People often think we are all wealthy, but there are some very poor people that are too proud to ask for help or even go to the food pantry,” Griswold said. “We hear about their needs through word of mouth, the senior center or social services and then do our best to help as we can.” Keep Reading

Posted on in Old Lyme

Old Lyme Police Prepare for Summer

Hunter said he worried about beachgoers and school traffic sharing the road. “We have drunk drivers during the day and even in the afternoon. It’s scary while kids are coming home from school,” Hunter said. Keep Reading

Posted on in Region 18

Principal of Mile Creek School Named

“After a long and extremely thorough process that began back in February, we are very excited to welcome Kelly Enoch as the new Principal of Mile Creek School,” Superintendent Ian Neviaser said. Keep Reading

Posted on in Essex

Q&A on the Fourth Anniversary of iCRV

Last week, CT Examiner staff reporter Julia Werth sat down with Dave Williams to get a better idea of what iCRV is really all about and where he expects to go with the station in year five. Keep Reading

Posted on in Food & Drink

James Beard Nominee “Extraordinarily Gifted”

The first bite tastes like a blooming flower, and April mornings when every breath is heavy with the scent of new blossoms. If you would ask me for other words, descriptions, flavors, I have nothing. How else to explain the delicate layering of flavors and textures? Keep Reading

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