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  • Consolidation of Roman Catholic Parishes Brings Hope for the Future

    Immaculate Conception Church becomes St. Martin of Tours   By Colleen Gundlach On June 29, the Immaculate Conception Church in Norfolk underwent not only a change in name but a change in structure. When Catholic Archbishop Leonard P. Blair announced in May that the number of parishes in the archdiocese would be reduced, the fear […]

  • Where Are All These Bears Coming From?

    A wildlife biologist separates fact from fiction   By Wiley Wood Black bear sightings are underreported in Norfolk. That’s what Town Clerk Linda Perkins thinks, anyway. She is on a campaign to get Norfolk residents to call the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP)when they see a bear. “If you look at DEEP’s black […]

  • The Night Pantry – When You Need It Now

    Got to have a hot cup of coffee on the way home from a party? Have a midnight spill and no paper towel? Is it after hours and you need milk, eggs, butter, bread, ice cream . . . but don’t want to drive miles for them? Want to order something special but can’t pick […]

  • Northwest Hills Council of Governments

    Collaboration as the Key to Success   By Ruth Melville In Connecticut, as opposed to most states, the primary unit of local government is not the county but the town. This structure gives more autonomy to each of the 169 towns in the state, but it also makes regional cooperation and planning more difficult. To […]

  • Fresh Faces to Lead Norfolk Ambulance

    Group selects new roster of officers   By Leila Javitch The Norfolk Emergency Medical Services (EMS) team is complex but flexible group of highly trained individuals. It is really unique in that it is only one of a half dozen ambulance crews in the state that remain completely volunteer and charge no fees for services. […]

  • Norfolk Then . . .

    Look carefully and you may recognize most of the houses in this photograph, although it is unlikely you will see oxen on Grant Street today. This handsome pair belonged to Thomas Carroll whose house is pictured at the right. Grant Street was one of the many streets that were opened in Norfolk at the end […]

  • Christina Vanderlip Awarded a First Prize in Garden Club Show

    Implying National Parks in Floral Design   By Colleen Gundlach Norfolk’s Christina Vanderlip was honored with a first place award in the Litchfield Garden Club’s Flower Show on June 9. The theme of this show was “Our National Parks—America’s Best Idea.” Entrants were given a phrase to interpret in the media of floral design, horticulture […]


Infinity Hall Reaches Two Milestones

The 1,000th concert in Norfolk performed March 14 By Bob Bumcrot Two milestones were reached in March for Infinity Music Hall and Bistro, often referred to as IMH for short. The first, on the 14th, celebrated the 1,000th concert performed on the Norfolk stage. “I’m both proud and grateful,” said IMH owner Dan Hincks. “It’s […]

Champion Norfolk Girls

For the first time in the history of Botelle School, the Northwestern League Girls B Division championship trophy was brought home to Norfolk.   A dedicated group of fourth and sixth grade girls defeated Salisbury Central School on March 10, wrapping up three days of tournament play at the Cornwall Consolidated School.  This win tops off […]

Norfolk Land Trust Pursues Elite Status with Land Trust Alliance

Decision taken to seek national accreditation By Lindsey Pizzica Rotolo The Norfolk Land Trust (NLT) is seeking hard-to-win accreditation from the national Land Trust Accreditation Commission, a program of the Land Trust Alliance. According to a recent press release, NLT welcomes the accreditation process as an opportunity to review and fine tune its practices and […]

Norfolk Vintage Vehicles to Vie for Top Honors

By Colleen Gundlach On July 14, a first-time ever event will be held in Norfolk that will have residents reminiscing and harking back to the days of their youth. The First Annual Classic Community Classic Car Show will be sponsored by the ArtsWave Committee of the Norfolk Economic Development Commission (EDC), and promises nostalgic moments […]

Norfolk Now Introduces Interactive Web site

Readers may comment on articles and access the site on Smart Phones and iPads By Matt Papanek Whether or not you have used Norfolk Now’s Web site, or even realized there was one, it is now in the process of a major makeover that will match the printed paper aesthetically while offering easy access to […]

More Than a Librarian

Chris Keyes Embraces Life, One Chapter At a Time By Rosanna Trestman Over the past four years, patrons of the Norfolk Library have come to know Chris Keyes, at least in his visible role as head of circulation. But behind the fellow checking out books is a man of many hats, including a chef’s toque, […]

Salisbury VNA To Offer Community Service Help Line

Answering the tough questions By Colleen Gundlach According to the Center for Disease Control, more than 1 million people have knee or hip replacements each year, and untold numbers of Americans will contract influenza. In addition, there are almost 80 million members of the baby boomer generation contributing to the aging of this country’s population. […]

Once China, Now Salisbury

Lisa Carter Appointed Principal of Salisbury Central School By Sally Quale Each morning about 6 a.m., Lisa Carter drives west out of Norfolk on Route 44 to Lakeville to begin her day as the new principal of the Salisbury Central School. Despite her initial anxiety, when the Board of Education offered her the opportunity to […]

Two Child Care Centers Serve Norfolk

From Famine to Feast By Colleen Gundlach After surviving several months with no organized day care programs in town, Norfolk parents will now have the choice of two licensed options operated by Norfolk natives. One is a home-based early childhood care option in South Norfolk, and the other, a center-based model on Laurel Way. Donna […]

Trying For Another Award Winning Robot

The “Gearheads” from Regional #7 Gear Up For Competition By Joshua DeCerbo Emboldened by their success in last year’s Connecticut Regional Robotics Competition, a team of over 30 students from Northwest Regional School #7 have designed and built a totally new frisbee-throwing robot for this year’s event that opens at the Hartford Convention Center on March […]