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    Witkos Meets with Norfolk Residents

    State Senator Kevin Witkos addresses Norfolk residents who came out to Haystack Pizza to meet him and discuss state issues.

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  • Beth Podhajecki is moving her Loon Meadow Farm out of Norfolk for greener pastures. The quaint and serene sight of horse and carriage rides through th village is coming to an end this month. Photograph by Bruce Frisch

    From Loon Meadow Farm to Barn and Breakfast

    Beth and Steve Podhajecki look toward new business in New York state By Kit O’Brien As Spring, 2016 comes to a start, Beth and Steve Podhajecki’s business of horse-drawn carriage services in Norfolk comes to an end. Loon Meadow Farm itself is not at an end, though, as Beth and Steve Podhajecki will be moving […]

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    Morning Coffee and Papers at Haystack Pizza

    The Haystack Pizza Restaurant along Route 44 just west of Norfolk’s downtown will open at 7:30 a.m. daily. Responding to a longtime wish of the community, owner Luis Veleu, above, is offering coffee, a selection of breakfast pastries, and the local and regional newspapers in the sunny atmosphere of his dining space. Photo by Bruce Frisch

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    Fire Department Adds a New Truck to Its Fleet

    By Ruth Melville   In January 2015, the Norfolk Volunteer Fire Department (NVFD) presented the Board of Selectmen and the Board of Finance with a request for $125,000 to buy a new utility truck. The Board of Finance denied the full request, but it did give the NVFD $20,000, and the department chipped in $26,000 […]

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    Isabella Players Showcase Native American History

      It was a cold afternoon, and the roads were snowy, but a good-sized crowd was on hand in Battell Chapel to watch this year’s Isabella Eldridge Club play, written and directed by Jude Mead. On stage were four disparate women, all descendants of great Native American chiefs. Three are great-great-granddaughters—crisply tailored Hahanna (Louise Davis), […]

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    It’s Only Natural—March 2016

    Art, Science and Nature in a Rite of Spring   By Hans M. Carlson Last Sunday’s minus 19 degrees was a record, and I love that kind of cold, so I took a walk in the woods as soon as the sun rose. I came out at the east gate of Great Mountain Forest, and […]

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    Local Youth Group Hosts Conversation on Access to Healthy Foods

    State legislators join in voicing concern   By Julie Scharnberg The Norfolk Church of Christ Youth Group is determined to do something about food insecurity and food deserts. On the afternoon of January 31, 2016, the youth group hosted a community conversation at Battell Chapel to gather ideas. Special guests included State Representative Roberta Willis […]

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    After Paris and Sandisfield, a Novelist Comes to Norfolk

        By Lindsey Pizzica Rotolo “It’s like living on a campus,” novelist Courtney Maum says of her new house on the village green. “With the church bells ringing… and being able to walk to the library… it’s pretty great.” The library, and the hidden wet bar in their new home, actually were the greatest […]

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Sanders and Trump Win Primary in Norfolk

April 26. Election officials in Norfolk reported a steady trickle of voters throughout the day, with two Democrats, on average, for every Republican. Turnout was high, with 62 percent of eligible voters casting ballots. On the Democratic side, the count was 141 votes for Bernie Sanders, and 129 for Hillary Clinton. Sanders’s share of Democratic votes […]

Norfolk Bids Farewell to Evan G. Hughes

Evan G. Hughes, who, with Peter Ermacora, his late partner and spouse of 42 years, was a long-time resident of Norfolk, died on March 9, 2016 at Kindred Hospital of the Palm Beaches, after a long illness, surrounded by his loving family and friends. Evan had moved to Jupiter, Florida two years ago. His spiritual […]

Norfolk’s February Weather

A One Month Winter Season? By Russell Russ Winter finally arrived this month, bringing with it a near-average amount of snowfall and briefly some very cold temperatures. Unlike last year’s snowy deep freeze of a month, this year gave us just a taste of what normal February weather should be. Even with a brief record […]

Save the Date

Weekend in Norfolk On August 5, 6, and 7, come celebrate Norfolk’s many natural and cultural offerings. Events will include a fire department open house, Battell Arts ice cream social and games, Land Trust six-peak climb fora free t-shirt, Artisans Guild demonstrations & discounts, U.S. Coast Guard concert at the Yale Music Shed, After School […]

Haystack Possible Site of Viking Burial Mound

What is believed to be an ancient Norse coin was discovered March 17 on the slopes of Haystack Mountain, reigniting longstanding debate about whether the Vikings ever reached Norfolk. Dr. Dagmar Holblad, of Malmo, Sweden, was examining the site of a charcoal pit in Haystack State Park when he uncovered the coin. A specialist in […]

Taconic Learning Center Spring Courses Taught by Expert Teachers

The Taconic Learning Center (TLC) is a non-profit membership organization providing the opportunity for lifelong learning to area residents. TLC’s courses cover a wide variety of academic subjects, taught by volunteers who are all experts in their fields, with courses such as The Civil War in Fiction and Creation of the Modern Middle East, just […]

Book and Exhibition to Showcase Work of Norfolk Photographers

By Ruth Melville Residents of Norfolk are well aware, thanks to the Norfolk Artists & Friends annual exhibition and shows at the Norfolk Library, Infinity Bistro and Aija, that their town is home to many excellent photographers. A new book featuring the work of 10 local photographers will be published later this year, and this […]

It’s Only Natural

The Legacy of Glacial Lake Norfolk By Hans M. Carlson A couple of months ago I wrote about the low water in Tobey Pond, and how it revealed interesting aspects of the pond’s human history. Today I’m thinking about high water at the pond, and that’s an entirely different story, one which unfolded even before […]

Passport to Connecticut Libraries Program Begins April 1

Your library card opens the world to you through books, audio books, music CDs and DVDs. Now let your library card open the doors of Connecticut libraries by participating in the Passport to Connecticut Libraries Program! To celebrate National Library Week during April, the Connecticut Library Association’s Passport to Connecticut Libraries Program invites you to […]

Religious Compound on West Side Road Changes Hands

Loss of tax-exempt status to be appealed By Wiley Wood The Hutterian Brethren used to be seen along West Side Road, the women in head scarves and long skirts, the children in straw hats, taking their Sunday walk or going to look for berries in the neighboring woods. Then, in the fall of 1999, the Hutterites sold […]