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    Up on the Roof

    The tiling of the library roof is proceeding apace. The crew from Alden Bailey Restoration Corp. began with the roof of the children’s wing in early December and continued with the north and east sides of the library roof. Installation of the tiles begins at the eaves and continues up to the ridge tiles, which are […]

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    Norfolk’s Year-End Weather and a 2015 Summary

      Unusual Weather to Finish the Year   By Russell Russ The closing months of 2015 brought warm weather and below-average amounts of rain and snow. While unusual for Norfolk, but it seemed a fitting end to a strange weather year. Numerous months throughout the year ranked high in several categories. Warm temperatures, rainfall deficits […]

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    It’s Only Natural—February 2016

    A Legacy of Conservation   By Hans M. Carlson The end of 2015 was dry, and before all the recent rain and snow the swamps and ponds were very low. It was nice to walk dry-shod into new places, but ecologically the low water in the wetlands was worrisome. So many amphibians rely on being […]

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    New Face at the Farmers Market

    As it starts its 10th year, the farmers market has just hired an assistant market manager, Jordan Rose Lee, to help Manager Teresa Cannavo. Jordan lives in Norfolk and is an administrative assistant at the Congregational Church. She is also a singer and will be offering an evening of classical vocal music at the Norfolk […]

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    Torrington’s Five Points Gallery: Art Mecca and Tool for City Revitalization

    Out and About   By Ruth Melville Five Points Gallery, located in a historic building at the corner of Water and Main Streets in Torrington, has been in existence for less than three years, but it has already played a significant role in the revitalization of the city’s downtown. With its high ceilings and big […]

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    Aija Ends Its Run on Station Place

    Pop-up planned for spring   By Ruth Melville For four and a half years, Bella Erder’s shop Aija, selling jewelry, accessories, tableware and other gifts, has been a lively and colorful part of Station Place. But last December Erder reluctantly decided it was time to close her doors. Erder and her family first bought a […]

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    Local Author Sees the Funny Side of Norfolk Life

    Tony Thomson’s Second Career   By Lindsey Pizzica Rotolo A glance at Tony Thomson on paper (he was educated at Deerfield and Yale, served in the army during Vietnam, obtained graduate degrees from Oxford and Stanford and had a 30-year career in various investment management firms in London) doesn’t tell the whole story. While Thomson […]

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    A Different Slant by Gil Eisner

      Illustration by Gil Eisner © 2016

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    Norfolk Fourth Graders Get Up Close With Nature

    Fourth-grade students at Botelle School were invited to touch a boa constrictor as part of a live demonstration of the food pyramid presented on December 14 by Margery Winters of the Roaring Brook Nature Center. In a related experiment, Winters set a toad on the floor of the classroom and sprinkled worms in front of […]

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EDC Works Behind the Scenes to Restart Corner Store

Operator backs out at the eleventh hour   By Wiley Wood It seemed like a natural. The Corner Store in Norfolk had stood empty for years. Cornwall, a few towns over, had a thriving country store with a genial and energetic owner, but after operating for two years at the intersection of Route 7 and […]

Norfolk Festival Director Will Step Down After 2016 Season

Melvin Chen named new director   By Wiley Wood Paul Hawkshaw, the Yale School of Music professor who has served as director of the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival and the Yale Summer School of Music for more than a decade, has confirmed that he will step down after the festival’s 2016 season. Familiar to concertgoers […]

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Norfolk’s Year-End Weather and a 2015 Summary

  Unusual Weather to Finish the Year   By Russell Russ The closing months of 2015 brought warm weather and below-average amounts of rain and snow. While unusual for Norfolk, but it seemed a fitting end to a strange weather year. Numerous months throughout the year ranked high in several categories. Warm temperatures, rainfall deficits […]

Julie Scharnberg Is Grants and Program Director of the Community Foundation

Assisting Nonprofits and People in Need   By Colleen Gundlach The Community Foundation of Northwest Connecticut (CFNC) was founded in 1969 by a small group of citizens in Torrington with $15,000 and plans to promote public giving. Today it has assets in excess of $87 million and endows 101 scholarships and more than 350 grants […]

Republicans and Democrats Caucus to Select Town Committees

By Ruth Melville   In an election year, most Americans are familiar with state and presidential caucuses, which are heavily publicized, much anticipated and often divisive national events. But on January 9 a similar democratic process—if on a much smaller scale—took place in Norfolk’s Town Hall. On that night the town’s Republicans and Democrats met […]

A New Foundation Aims at Downtown Hub

  By Janet G. Mead “Our dream is to make Norfolk the vibrant place we all would like it to be,” said Samuel (Pete) Anderson, president of the newly established Norfolk Foundation. “We want to make Norfolk a center for art and natural recreation.” To work toward this goal, Anderson and three other founding board […]

Historical Society Weekend Celebrates Today’s Norfolk Collectors

  In conjunction with their exhibition “A Farmer, a Sportsman and a Diplomat: The Romance of Collecting in Norfolk,” the Norfolk Historical Society is sponsoring a weekend in February devoted to today’s collections. On Friday, February12, a cocktail party at the Historical Museum will feature a group of Norfolk collectors who will share their collecting […]

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Torrington’s Five Points Gallery: Art Mecca and Tool for City Revitalization

Out and About   By Ruth Melville Five Points Gallery, located in a historic building at the corner of Water and Main Streets in Torrington, has been in existence for less than three years, but it has already played a significant role in the revitalization of the city’s downtown. With its high ceilings and big […]

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Aija Ends Its Run on Station Place

Pop-up planned for spring   By Ruth Melville For four and a half years, Bella Erder’s shop Aija, selling jewelry, accessories, tableware and other gifts, has been a lively and colorful part of Station Place. But last December Erder reluctantly decided it was time to close her doors. Erder and her family first bought a […]

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Local Author Sees the Funny Side of Norfolk Life

Tony Thomson’s Second Career   By Lindsey Pizzica Rotolo A glance at Tony Thomson on paper (he was educated at Deerfield and Yale, served in the army during Vietnam, obtained graduate degrees from Oxford and Stanford and had a 30-year career in various investment management firms in London) doesn’t tell the whole story. While Thomson […]