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View From the Green

To the Strains of “The Blue Danube” Waltz By Wiley Wood A winter carnival is in the works for Norfolk this year, on February 24 and 25, organized by the Weekend In Norfolk crew. And a winter carnival, inevitably, brings thoughts of skating parties. So it was not surprising that attention should turn again to the […]

August 2017 Real Estate Transactions

On Aug. 7, 2017, 7.5 acres on Grantville Rd., from Girl Scouts of Connecticut Inc. to Dale A. and Gail G. Savage, for $37,500. On Aug. 28, 2017, 45 Sunset Ridge Rd., from Fred and Phyllis M. Diggle to Paul Lussier and David Brizzolara, for $377,000. On Aug. 30, 2017, 67-69 Litchfield Rd., from Dean […]

Selectman’s Corner

By Sue Dyer A special town meeting will be held on Monday, Oct. 23, at 7 p.m. at the Hall of Flags in Botelle School to vote on a proposed zoning enforcement ordinance. Copies will be available in the town clerk’s office by Oct. 11. Household Hazardous Waste Day is Saturday, October 14, 2017 at […]

Joseph Carrere Fox, 1916-2017

Joseph Carrere Fox, originally of New York City, died on August 10 in Hamden, Conn. at the age of 101. A graduate of Andover and Yale (’38), Joe served with the Office of Naval Intelligence during WW II, monitoring the Panama Canal and the Straits of Gibraltar. He then returned to New York City, where […]

MacGregor Robinson, 1964-2017

MacGregor Robinson, 53, died on  September 4, Labor Day, at “Mungo Park,” his beloved home in Norfolk, after being diagnosed with cancer of the liver in late August. Born February 5, 1964, in nearby Winsted, MacGregor was predeceased by his parents, Hugh Robinson and Isabel “Tibby” (MacGregor) Browne Robinson and his sister, Isabel Browne Driscoll.  […]

Community News

An Evening of Wit, Wisdom and Desserts at the Coffee House The Coffee House presents original works by local artists on Friday, Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. at Battell Chapel on the Village Green. Come for an evening of live storytelling and poetry readings performed by the Norfolk Writers Group. Bring your family and friends for fresh […]

Norfolk Then . . .

The original Norfolk Lions Club ambulance is parked in front of Town Hall in this photograph, probably taken soon after the Lions Club was organized in January of 1951. Unlike the modern ambulance, ambulances at this time were not outfitted as mobile hospitals and provided only transportation to local hospitals. That would soon change. On […]

View From the Green

Change: A Challenge And an Opportunity   By Ruth Melville Norfolk Now is losing one of its longest-serving and most highly valued editors. After 10 years as an executive editor of the paper, Lindsey Pizzica Rotolo has decided to retire. Lindsey joined the paper in 2006 to take over distribution, but she was quickly writing […]

Letter to The Editor

Traffic Calming:  A simple solution We’re all guilty… whether we are running late, mind brimming with too many things to do or just not really paying attention because you’re singing along to your favorite tune on the radio. Speeding through town has turned into a real issue: the trucks are going so fast on Route […]

Real Estate Transactions

On July 7, Christine Melchinger to Spring J. Burke, 3/2A Greenwoods Rd. East, for $230,000. On July 10, Briscoe Road LLC to Yellow House Too LLC, 125 Laurel Way, for $695,000. On July 12, Timothy Ronda & Elizabeth Alsop to Briscoe Road LLC, 38 Grant St., for $275,000. On July 13, James & Bhakti Jackson […]