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  • New Section of Rail Trail to Be Opened for Winter WIN

      By Wiley Wood One of the groups hosting an event when the town celebrates Winter Weekend in Norfolk on Feb. 24 and 25 is the Norfolk Rails to Trails Committee, which has created a new trail on the north side of Haystack State Park and is inviting the public to come try it out. […]

  • Consolini & Tonan: Planting Gardens, Building Community

      By Ruth Melville Marc Tonan and Marialisa Consolini, the co-owners of Consolini & Tonan Landscape Design, have been working together, on and off, for over 25 years. Both gardeners got an early start on their future careers. When he was only 11 years old, Tonan was hired by Fred and Mary Ann McGourty to […]

  • State Biologists Call on Public to Report Bobcat Sightings

      By Jude Mead Have you seen a bobcat lately? Have you spotted a footprint of one in the snow? If so, then Jason Hawley, a wildlife biologist with the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP), would like to know. Hawley said the state is conducting a bobcat study to evaluate the habitat and […]

  • Rep. Brian Ohler Rated Strong on Environment

    Talking With Our Legislators   By Susannah Wood State Representative Brian Ohler (R, 64th Dist.) was pleased, when we spoke in November, to have been recently named an Environmental Champion by the Connecticut League of Conservation Voters. The League credits him with being key to passage of an herbicide transparency bill that would give towns […]

  • State Harvests Ash Trees at Dennis Hill State Park

    Emerald ash borer expected in Norfolk this year   By David Beers Eighty-three years ago, Dr. Frederick Dennis gave his 240-acre Norfolk property to the state to become Dennis Hill State Park. Dennis was a New York City surgeon and an amateur horticulturist. A stipulation of this gift is that the property be kept “in […]

  • Norfolk Elects Matt Riiska as First Selectman

    In a municipal election that drew 53 percent of Norfolk’s voters to the polls, Matthew Riiska (D) was elected first selectman over William Reudgen (R) by a commanding lead. At the polling station, where the results were announced shortly after the polls closed at 8 p.m., Reudgen congratulated Riiska in front of a small crowd […]

  • Norfolk’s Fledgling Christmas Tree Has Very Special Ornament

      By Jude Mead Norfolk has always been a town where the community celebrates together with mirth and merry. This year, though, it will look particularly festive for the holidays, thanks to the hard work of local residents. Doreen Kelly, a member of the Economic Development Committee (EDC) says, “This year the Norfolk Community Association […]

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Consolini & Tonan: Planting Gardens, Building Community

  By Ruth Melville Marc Tonan and Marialisa Consolini, the co-owners of Consolini & Tonan Landscape Design, have been working together, on and off, for over 25 years. Both gardeners got an early start on their future careers. When he was only 11 years old, Tonan was hired by Fred and Mary Ann McGourty to […]

School Costs Rise, but Board of Finance Unmoved

Plea for small increase meets with little sympathy   By Wiley Wood In an early skirmish of the town budget wars, the Board of Finance delivered strong messages to the Regional No. 7 Board of Education and to the Norfolk Board of Education that this was not a year for budget increases. School Superintendant Mary […]

State Biologists Call on Public to Report Bobcat Sightings

  By Jude Mead Have you seen a bobcat lately? Have you spotted a footprint of one in the snow? If so, then Jason Hawley, a wildlife biologist with the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP), would like to know. Hawley said the state is conducting a bobcat study to evaluate the habitat and […]

It’s a Farm Brewery, But Not Just Beer Is on Tap

Outdoor activity for all seasons at Norbrook Farm Brewery   By Colleen Gundlach Excitement has been mounting around town for the much-anticipated opening of Norbrook Farm Brewery, expected to begin operations later this year. This new business in town, owned by brothers John and Randy Auclair, promises to be much more than a place to […]

State Harvests Ash Trees at Dennis Hill State Park

Emerald ash borer expected in Norfolk this year   By David Beers Eighty-three years ago, Dr. Frederick Dennis gave his 240-acre Norfolk property to the state to become Dennis Hill State Park. Dennis was a New York City surgeon and an amateur horticulturist. A stipulation of this gift is that the property be kept “in […]

Norfolk’s Nov. and Dec. Weather and a Yearly Summary for 2017

A Chilly End to the Tenth Warmest Year on Record   By Russell Russ The surplus of rainfall in October nearly wiped out the yearly deficit that had been slowly growing all year long. The months of November and December were drier than normal, which increased the deficit to close out the year. The year […]

Religious Compound Plans Cultural Center

Organization seeks greater contact with the surrounding community   By Wiley Wood On a recent day, piles of construction debris formed mounds under the windows of the stone mansion on Westside Road belonging to the Confucian Study Association. The building is undergoing major renovations, according to the association’s secretary and spokesman, Craig Chung. The plan […]

Food Insecurity Not Always a Consequence of Lack of Resources

  Working toward food justice in Norfolk   By Gabby Nelson Food justice is one of the most intimate facets of a growing social justice movement. Human beings interact with food every day, but the way the majority of it is currently produced, distributed, and consumed is often harmful to people and to the environment. […]

Norfolk Residents Help Those in Need While Helping Themselves

Alternative Gift Market returns to town this holiday season   By Kelly Kandra Hughes Looking for more meaningful holiday gifts this Christmas? After a hiatus of several years, the Alternative Gift Market returns to Norfolk’s Church of Christ during coffee hour (approximately 11 a.m. to noon) on Sunday, December 3, and Sunday, December 10. This […]

Winsted’s Blue Dandelion Yoga Offers Classes in Yoga and Massage

New studio opens in Mad River Lofts building   By Ruth Melville On October 1, 2017, Becky Thompson held an open house to inaugurate Blue Dandelion Yoga, her new yoga studio in Winsted’s Mad River Lofts building. To her amazement, 150 people showed up. “It was a beautiful gathering of people. I could see it […]