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SALISBURY, Conn. — Phil Terni, the third-generation owner of Terni’s in Millerton, and his wife, Ellen, were assisted by the Connecticut State Police following a one car collision that occurred on Lime Rock Road in Salisbury, Conn., on Tuesday, July 2.

According to a report of the accident from the Connecticut State Police, Ellen Terni, 73, was driving at an unknown speed westbound on Route 112 on Lime Rock Road with Phil Terni, 76, riding in the passenger side. Following a failure to maintain the proper lane, Terni struck the wire rope guardrail placed north of the...

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Slow but steady wins the race

LIME ROCK — There are certain tricks that you need to know when you drive a car with an electric battery, according to Mike Grella. He shared a couple of them while standing next to the skid pad at Lime Rock Park on Friday, May 31, watching handbuilt electric cars whiz quietly around the track.
It was Electrathon day, the annual spring outing for high school students from all across New England, who come to the track to race the cars they’ve spent this school year building and refining. 

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David B. Farrell new Salisbury Bank chairman

SALISBURY — Salisbury Bank announced that David B. Farrell was appointed Chairman of the Boards of both Salisbury Bank and Trust Company as well as its holding company, Salisbury Bancorp, Inc.
In this role, Farrell will be responsible for leading the Board of Directors in fulfilling Board and Committee responsibilities in accordance with the charters and bylaws in a manner that promotes the profitability, growth, and safety and soundness of Salisbury Bank.

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Blessing of the bikes at All Saints

SALISBURY — It’s hard to imagine a more perfect day for a ride — or a more perfect destination — than the All Saints of America Orthodox Christian Church in the Twin Lakes community in Salisbury. 
The church annually invites motorcycle and bicycle riders for a Blessing of the Bikes. This year’s ceremony was held on Sunday, June 2. Taking part were 21 motorcycles with their riders and passengers. 

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How farm-raised fish harm the wild ones

LAKEVILLE — “Artifishal,” a film produced by the Patagonia outdoor outfitting company, was shown at Indian Mountain School on Friday evening, May 31. About a dozen people attended.
The film offers a bleak look at the effects of fish farms and stocking programs on river systems and fish populations — specifically salmon on the West Coast.
Several experts in the film say that fish and wildlife programs take an expensive, inefficient and ultimately counterproductive approach to stocking fish.

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Weighing options for uses of Pope property

SALISBURY — About 30 people came to Town Hall in Salisbury on Wednesday evening, May 22, to the first of what will be several discussions about options for the Pope property.
The Pope Committee was formed last March and charged by the Board of Selectmen “to review uses for the 59-acre former Pope property on Salmon Kill Road. Uses may include housing, conservation, recreation, economic development, agriculture, and other uses as suggested by citizens of the town.”

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Solemn words on a festive day

SALISBURY — The Memorial Day parade and ceremony in Salisbury featured splendid weather, a large and enthusiastic crowd and a number of small children who inserted themselves into the festivities at opportune moments.
The parade kicked off promptly at 10 a.m. and marched east on Main Street from the Scoville Memorial Library toward the town Green.
From there the parade went left on Undermountain Road past the ambulance building and The White Hart and along to the cemetery.

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Fundraisers help purchase car for Noble Horizon’s Wellness Center

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Salisbury’s Day of Decency

SALISBURY — Hotchkiss students Axel Bhandari  and Ivy Bhandari paired with First Selectman Curtis Rand to announce a Day of Decency for Salisbury.
Salisbury joined towns across the country for National Decency Day on Tuesday, May 14. 
This non-partisan grassroots movement dedicated to civility in everyday life was founded by Hotchkiss alumna Lisa Cholnoky, of the class of 1979. 

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Second break-in at Apple computer store in Lakeville

LAKEVILLE — Visionary Computer was broken into on Friday morning, May 24, the day before the start of the Memorial Day weekend.
The shop on a cul de sac in the center of Lakeville had already been burglarized in 2018, just after the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Shop owner David Maffucci said that he had learned a lot from the first break-in, after consulting with security professionals including the State Police, and with other Apple store owners across the country who had also been robbed. 

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‘No boundaries’ for HVRHS student artists

Every successful artist can look back and point to a critical time in his or her life when someone gave them permission to trust their creative instincts, providing the push needed to make truly original art. 
At Housatonic Valley Regional High School (HVRHS), teachers Warren Prindle and Janet Johnson do just that for many students, year after year. Friday evening, May 17, marked the 15th annual Blue and Gold at the White, a juried art exhibit and sale for HVRHS students at the White Gallery in Lakeville.

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