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View from the Green

Enduring Village Landmark in Limbo   By Michael Kelly Civic enrichment in Norfolk Town is humming right along: what with the library’s compelling new terra cotta roof, the impressive restoration of Alfredo Taylor’s railroad railing and lamps, the reassuring church bells ringing again on the Village Green, the ambitious reimagining of City Meadow, the budding […]

Obituary—Edward Keith Harvill

  Edward Keith Harvill died on November 20, 2016 at the age of 67. He had been living at Geer Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Canaan. Harvill was born August 2, 1949 in New Haven, the son of the late Edward K. and Jeanne (Thompson) Harvill. He spent his childhood in Essex, Conn. and […]

Real Estate Transactions—November 2016

On November 1, Jerald D. Cole to Northwestern CT Sportsmen’s Assoc. Inc., 111 Beckley Road, for $320,000.  On November 8, Loyal B. Starr et al. to Wells Fargo Financial America Inc., 819 Litchfield Road, for $0.  On November 21, Cecily R. Mermann, Executor, to John Lyman Cox, 185 Ashpohtag Road, for $250,000.  On November 22, FNMA to […]

Community News—February 2017

African Drums and Dance Take Your Child to the Library Day is Saturday, February 4, and everyone is invited at 10 a.m. for a morning of African drums and dance. Soro Bindi, an interactive performance by Iddrisu Saaka that incorporates traditional African dances and songs with an exploration of Ghana, will introduce children to a […]

Norfolk Then . . .

This 1917 photograph is a timely reminder of the long struggle fought by many dedicated women for basic civil liberties, including the right to own property, hold public office, sit on juries, participate in public assemblies and vote. The group of 25 suffragists—20 women and five men—gathered on the porch following their meeting with Congressman […]

Selectmen’s Corner

By Sue Dyer The Town of Norfolk has a new animal control officer, Lauren Foley. We are sharing her with North Canaan. She can be reached by calling 860-824-7796 or 860-921-1372. A reminder that there is no parking on the street during a snowstorm. Please park your vehicles out of the way of the snowplows. […]

Real Estate Transactions—October 2016

October 3, Helen I. Jessup, co-trustee, et al to Bette A. Nuzum, trustee, 97 Gamefield Road, for $420,000. October 3, Helen I. Jessup, co-trustee, et al to David M. Nuzum and Olivia N. Herman, 97 Gamefield Road, for $630,000. October 3, Helen I. Jessup, co-trustee, et al to David M. Nuzum and Olivia N. Herman, […]

Milestones—John Villios

John N. Villios, of Norfolk and Brooklyn, N.Y., died suddenly on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016. He was 65 years old. Raised on Long Island, John was a graduate of Hamilton College and Vanderbilt University School of Law. He ended his long career as the New Jersey District Counsel of the Small Business Administration. John loved […]

Milestones—Keith Harvill

Keith Harvill, a pharmacist who owned and operated the Norfolk Pharmacy from 1986 to 2004, died on Nov. 20 at Geer Village. He was 67 years old. A longtime member of the Board of Finance and an emergency medical technician for the Norfolk Lions Club Ambulance, Keith Harvill will be remembered at a memorial service […]

Community News

Men’s Tournament at Norfolk Curling Club The Norfolk Curling Club will hold its Calder Trophy Men’s Bonspiel from Dec. 1 to 4. Teams from all along the east coast will compete in this event. Spectators are welcome. For more information, visit www.norfolkcurlingclub.org.   Wreath-Making Workshops at GMF Come make a beautiful wreath with freshly cut greens, […]