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Norfolk Then…

  Freight trains lumbered through Norfolk on a daily basis in the early 20th century, transporting anthracite coal from Pennsylvania. The trains could be more than 20 cars long and usually required a second engine or pusher to get the heavy load up the hills to Norfolk. The freight station, pictured on the right, was […]

Community News

Winter Farmers Markets There are two more indoor winter farmers markets: April 1 and 15. The markets are in Town Hall, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The first outdoor market of the year will be on May 13. Appalachian Trail Slide Presentation On Friday, April 7, at 7:30 p.m. at the Norfolk Library, Sam […]

Norfolk Speaks

Letters Consumption Encouraged Let’s eat! Let’s drink! And buy stuff. We are now blessed with a quintessential general store we hardly deserve in our quintessential little town. We need to put on a few pounds and spend a few dollars. Jettison that Kindle for a moment and buy an actual newspaper before they join the […]


Marc Nied Marc Alexander Ball Nied died unexpectedly in Aiken, S.C., on February 20. He was born in 1960 in Summit, N.J. He attended Washington College in Chestertown, Md., and graduated from Hunter College in New York City. More recently, he was awarded his Master Gardner certification. Marc lived in Norfolk and in Aiken. He […]

Selectman’s Corner

Farmers Market and Snow Storm Parking By Sue Dyer After ten years, Sue Frisch is resigning from the Farmers Market Committee. Sue was the driving force that created a successful market here in town. On behalf of the Board of Selectmen, I want to thank her for her endless energy in conceiving and shaping the […]

Selectmen’s Corner

Animal Control and Bus Transportation   By Sue Dyer The Town of Norfolk has a new animal control officer, Lauren Foley, whom we share with North Canaan. She can be reached by calling 860-824-7796 or 860-921-1372. By state statute, if your pet is picked up and impounded by Lauren Foley or her assistant, Jesse Warner, […]

Real Estate Transactions—Dec. 2016 and Jan. 2017

Dec. 5, 2016: Loyal B. & Valerie Starr to Wells Fargo Financial America Inc., 988 Litchfield Rd., for $0.   Jan. 18, 2017: Holly Gill, Trustee, to Gillian Bagley & Ralph Colt Bagley IV, 107 Laurel Way, for $300,000.   Jan. 23, 2017: Babette H. Barrett to Vishal P. Grover, 53 Greenwoods Rd. East, for […]

Indoor Farmers Markets Come taste the flavors of spring and support our local food vendors! Visit our indoor farmers markets on Saturday, March 4, and Saturday, March 18, from 10 to 1 p.m. at Town Hall, 19 Maple Ave.   An Evening of Storytelling and Poetry The Coffee House presents original works by local artists on Friday, […]

Norfolk Then . . .

One of the earliest photographs of Norfolk was taken in 1878 from the location of the present post office. It shows a barren village center. Visible in the background are familiar Norfolk landmarks: the Congregational Church and Whitehouse. Buildings such as the Royal Arcanum that now line Station Place had yet to be built, and […]

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 […]