Two families that had been separated for two centuries reunited in Cornwall on Thursday, Sept. 28. From left, Madden Murray, Angus Calhoun Gracey, and Jed Gracey, descendants of Dr. John Calhoun, met with Kahu Wendell Davis and Puakailima Davis, descendants from the family of Henry Ōpūkaha’ia, at the fateful home where Dr. Calhoun treated Ōpūkaha’ia for typhus fever in 1818. The framed image of Ōpūkaha’ia has hung in the family home for generations. Photo by Riley Klein
TORRINGTON — Housatonic Valley Regional High School varsity volleyball lost 3-1 at Wolcott Technical High School on Wednesday, Sept. 27.
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CORNWALL — The opening event in the new IronHike Endurance series pushed participants to the limit at Mohawk Mountain Ski Area from Sept. 30 to Oct. 3.
This recently created series was conceived of and produced by John Kolker... Continue Reading