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    Convenience Store and Deli Proposed for 6 Station Place

    Neighboring business owners voice opposition   By Wiley Wood Since the Corner Store closed two years ago, Norfolk residents have had to travel 20 minutes to a neighboring town to buy a quart of milk, a bag of charcoal, or a tube of toothpaste. But on Tuesday, May 24, the Planning and Zoning Commission held […]

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    Norfolk Farmers Market Turns 10

    Twin sisters Mary Bazzano-Reeve and Margaret Alexson, who are the official WIN Twins—the face of the upcoming Weekend in Norfolk—help Norfolk Farmers Market celebrate its 10th birthday on May 128 beside a tower of free birthday cupcakes. Stay tuned for more adventures of the WIN Twins as the summer progresses.

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    Stocking Food Banks for the Summer

    Local high school student supplies food for local food pantries   By Lindsey Pizzica Rotolo While the average high school student may welcome summer because of all the freedoms and personal indulgences it affords, one Norfolk teenager sees summer as an opportunity to be completely selfless. Sophomore Morgan Daley recently started “Full for the Summer,” […]

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    The Challenges and Joys of Owning a Small Farm

      Not for the Faint of Heart   By Ruth Melville People like the idea of local farms. They enjoy seeing cows grazing in a field or the piles of fresh vegetables on the table at the farmers market. But they are less likely to appreciate the amount of work that goes into starting a […]

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    Botelle’s Got Talent

    The stars were out on the Botelle stage on Friday night, May 21, for the Botelle PTO’s first annual talent show. The show ran about 90 minutes and featured a total of 19 acts. Four student emcees announced the performers and provided color throughout the evening. Students showcased a wide array of talents, including song […]

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    New Christmas Tree Planted on Village Green

    The big Christmas tree on the village green across from the Norfolk Library is strung with lights each year, the focus of the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony. But as it threatens to grow too large to fulfill its role, a new tree has been planted in its shadow, eventually to replace the current tree. The […]

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Convenience Store and Deli Proposed for 6 Station Place

Neighboring business owners voice opposition   By Wiley Wood Since the Corner Store closed two years ago, Norfolk residents have had to travel 20 minutes to a neighboring town to buy a quart of milk, a bag of charcoal, or a tube of toothpaste. But on Tuesday, May 24, the Planning and Zoning Commission held […]

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Stocking Food Banks for the Summer

Local high school student supplies food for local food pantries   By Lindsey Pizzica Rotolo While the average high school student may welcome summer because of all the freedoms and personal indulgences it affords, one Norfolk teenager sees summer as an opportunity to be completely selfless. Sophomore Morgan Daley recently started “Full for the Summer,” […]

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Thoughts Along the Chattleton Road at Great Mountain Forest

  By Hans M. Carlson The road at Great Mountain Forest’s (GMF) west gate is a new spur off an older thoroughfare. Jean’s Trail is the intersection, and from there the old Chattleton Road once ran down behind where Rustling Winds Stables is now. It still goes south to Meekertown in the other direction, but […]

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The Challenges and Joys of Owning a Small Farm

  Not for the Faint of Heart   By Ruth Melville People like the idea of local farms. They enjoy seeing cows grazing in a field or the piles of fresh vegetables on the table at the farmers market. But they are less likely to appreciate the amount of work that goes into starting a […]

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Blackberry River Baking Co. Serves New Food in a Familiar Setting

  By Ruth Melville Four years ago, Audrey and Sam Leary were living in Brooklyn and looking for a place to start a new life—they found it in Canaan, Conn. The couple met in New York, where Audrey attended culinary school. After leaving school, she worked briefly at a Michelin-rated restaurant in the city before […]

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From Riverbed to Lasting Art

Jim Kochiss leaves no stone unturned   By Colleen Gundlach Most people step over rocks, whether in the river or on the roadside, without a second thought, but not Jim Kochiss. This lifetime Norfolk resident sees the potential for beauty in each stone, and has the ability to bring out the true personality of every […]

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A Stint in the Middle East

MacGregor Robinson takes a position at King’s Academy   By Christina Vanderlip When he headed admissions for Trinity-Pawling School in Pawling N.Y., Norfolk native MacGregor (Greg) Robinson traveled the globe recruiting and interviewing potential students and meeting their families. Clearly, he had not seen enough of the world in his estimation, as he recently accepted […]

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Rosemary Gill Will Perform One-Woman Show

“When the Theatre Came to Town”   By Jude Mead “There is no business like show business,” according to Rosemary Gill, whose debut performance of “When the Theatre Came to Town” takes place on Sunday, May 29 in the Great Hall of the Norfolk Library with two showings, one at 6 p.m. and another at 8 p.m. This one-person, original […]

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The Ultimate Farm-to-Table Experience

Babs Perkins’s new photography on view at the library   By Lindsey Pizzica Rotolo Babs Perkins describes a Zen-like element to life in the Balkans, which is certainly reflected in her photographs from the region. Her upcoming show at the Norfolk Library, “Bosnia & Serbia through the Lens” includes a collection of 30 photographs from […]