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NEW HARTFORD —  A 42-year-old Canton resident was killed in an accident on Route 219 on Tuesday, June 20.

According to the accident information summary written by State Police Sergeant Bryan Ferrucci, on June 20 at around 7:30 p.m., Zachary Pillarella, 21, of Barkhamsted, was driving his 2015 Chevrolet Silverado westbound on Route 44 near the intersection of Route 219 when he collided with a bicyclist who was was traveling eastbound on Route 44.

The bicyclist was identified as Gordon Keller of Canton.

Keller was transported by New Hartford Emergency...

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Business Profile: The Hive

NEW HARTFORD —  In the bright corridors of the Hurley Building at 37 Greenwoods Road in Building A, Studio 6, you will find The Hive.
Store owner Donna Gentile has burned sage which has been wafted by a hawk feather every morning for the past two months as part of the opening ritual of the day.
Gentile said that The Hive is her dream business and is a mix of art, graphic design and community.

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Celebrating the end of summer

NEW HARTFORD — On Sunday, Aug. 23, at Brodie Park, the town’s Recreation Department hosted its celebration of the last day of the park’s summer camp. 
This year, the community was invited to the celebration.

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Everything was peachy at festival

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NEW HARTFORD —  The North Congregational Church held its 19th annual Peach Festival at the Pine Meadow Green on Saturday, Aug. 22.
The event included 35 vendors and crafters selling art, jewelry and clothing.
Members of the church sold peach desserts, including peach pies and peach shortcakes.
According to event co-organizer and church minister the Rev. Margret Hofmeister, the event was a benefit for the church.

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Children make collages based on Carle’s book

NEW HARTFORD — The Licia & Mason Beekley Community Library hosted an Eric Carle collage event, inspired by his book “Mister Seahorse,” on Friday, Aug. 14.
“It’s the end of summer, so I figured I’d pick something that had to do with an ocean theme,” said children’s librarian Nicole Misko. At the start of the event, set to Hawaiian-themed music, Misko passed out leis and children gathered around to hear the story.

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Psychic medium at Beekley Library

NEW HARTFORD — The Licia & Mason Beekley Memorial Library hosted a free psychic medium reading featuring Debbie Gutierrez on Tuesday, Aug. 11. 
Along with her work as a psychic medium, Gutierrez is also a nurse, certified life and intuitive coach, and author of the soon-to-be-released book, “The Investigation of the SELF.”

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Volta Studio opens at Hurley

NEW HARTFORD — Volta Studio, a pole-dancing instruction dance studio, opened on Saturday, Aug. 1, at the Hurley Business Park on 37 Greenwoods Road.
The dance studio offers classes in the acrobatic art of pole dancing.
Studio owner Courtney Kane said that she is enthusiastic about opening the studio.

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Summertime Tie-Dye

NEW HARTFORD — The Licia Mason Beekley Community Library hosted its annual Tie-Dye and Batik event on Friday, July 31.
Children’s Librarian and Program Coordinator Nicole Misko directed the event for children ages 5 and up. 

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‘E.T.’ lands at Ski Sundown for a good cause

NEW HARTFORD — On Saturday July 25, Lisa Bocchichio and Gina Gill hosted a family movie night at Ski Sundown to benefit 11-year-old Emma Thistlewaite and family.
Emma, whose parents are Bob and Pam Thistlewaite, was diagnosed in March with osteosarcoma, a form of bone cancer.
After Emma was diagnosed, a charity was set up called Emma’s Angels to assist the family with expenses.

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Storywalk and celebration at Beekley library

NEW HARTFORD — The Licia and Mason Beekley Community Library hosted a storywalk and celebration of local author Lee Tangarone on Saturday, July 26.
The event was the culminating activity of a month-long celebration of the life and work of Tangarone, according to storywalk co-curator Fran Stoffer. 
The annual event is in its fourth year, Stoffer said, and seeks to honor Tangarone, a long-time member of the community.

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EDC and Center reps discuss ideas for town center

NEW HARTFORD — A large turnout showed up for a meeting with representatives from the town’s Economic Development Commission and Connecticut Main Street Center on Thursday, June 18, at Town Hall.
Kimberley Parsons-Whitaker, associate director of the center, held a discussion on what makes a vibrant town center.

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