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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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Salisbury honors its fallen soldiers

jenniferk@lakevillejournal.com

SALISBURY — An early thunderstorm rained out the Friends of the Scoville Library’s attempt to give out coffee and doughnuts to parade participants as they gathered in front of the library, but the skies cleared in time for the parade.
Ceremonies began with a gun salute to those buried at sea. The Rev. Diane Monte-Catania of Salisbury Congregational Church said a prayer, and a wreath was thrown from the bridge next to the library.

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Hot day, cool treats

The Salisbury Visiting Nurse Association sponsored a free ice cream social on the lawn of The White Hart Monday, May 30, after the town’s Memorial Day ceremonies. Jennifer Kronholm Clark of Lakeville procured a cone for her daughter, Lily, 11 months.

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Lunch cost to increase a nickel

patricks@lakevillejournal.com

SALISBURY — The Board of Education voted to raise the price of a lunch — by a nickel — at Salisbury Central School for the 2011-12 school year. The decision was made at the board’s regular monthly meeting Monday, May 23.
Board Clerk Sue Bucceri said a federal mandate requires the school to raise the price of lunch to $2.46; however, the school is not required to implement the increase all at once. The current price is $2.25 per lunch. The school serves about 21,000 lunches in a school year.
The board voted unanimously to raise the price to $2.30 for next year.

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Tooting their own horns

Rick Nellson conducted his music students during the K-through-five concert at Salisbury Central School Thursday, May 26. The children warmed up with “Old MacDonald,” after which Nellson commented, “I guess that’s a classic.”

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Torres campaigns for state chair

Rick Torres told Salisbury Republicans that the state party needs to bring a conservative message into Connecticut’s cities — and that he’s the right man for the job. He spoke at Town Hall Thursday evening, May 26.

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Asher Pavel to cover Sharon, Kent, sports

LAKEVILLE — Camera in hand, Asher Pavel conducted The Lakeville Journal’s Salisbury reporter, Patrick Sullivan, backward a few steps.
“The light’s better here,” Pavel said. Sullivan grudgingly stood where he was told while Pavel took his picture (which he will use for a press pass). And then Sullivan returned the favor, taking a quick snapshot of Pavel for this article.
A retired professional photographer and now a West Cornwall resident, Pavel will join The Lakeville Journal staff for this summer, covering Kent, Sharon and sports.

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Quiet New England church vibrates with energy of Watoto Choir group

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SALISBURY — “They say I have a lot of energy,” said the Rev. Diane Monti-Catania, pastor of the Salisbury Congregational Church, after an ebullient performance by the Watoto Children’s Choir Sunday, May 22. “But this space will never be the same.”
The Falls Village Congregational Church, North Canaan Congregational Church and  Salisbury Congregational Church hosted the concert, which was a fundraiser for orphans in the African nation of Uganda.

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Chris Little and his pristine 1969 Dodge A12 Super Bee. Vroom — vintage cars that are all muscle

Mustangs, Skylarks and Super Bees, oh my!
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LIME ROCK — Chris Little has loved cars since childhood. “I started with Matchbox cars. Then I built plastic models. By middle school I was building remote-controlled models.”

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Teens share their research, insights

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SALISBURY — Eric Chin’s initial reaction to the idea of having a clone was “that would be so cool.”
“It could do all my homework and chores while I’m on the computer.”
But Eric became a little less sanguine after doing some research.
Eric, along with fellow Salisbury Central School eighth-graders Ethan Marshall and Colin May presented their eight-grade projects at the Scoville Memorial Library Saturday, May 21.

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SVAS At Your Service 5-26-11

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SALISBURY — The Salisbury Volunteer Ambulance Service (SVAS) is an all-volunteer organization whose members are on call 24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week to respond to emergencies in the community.
SVAS responded to 28 calls in April. These included six calls for a sick person, four falls, three seizures, two for chest pain, one difficulty breathing, one motor vehicle accident, one psychiatric call and one water rescue. The water rescue was for a boat capsized on the Twin Lakes, near O’Hara’s Landing Marina.

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