The Lakeville Journal

Enormous tree branches and leaders crashed down and entire trees tipped over at their roots, taking down power lines and blocking roads, and leaving the region without power for nearly a week for most users and closing major roads for just as long. Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

August 12, 2020
The aftermath of Tropical Storm Isaias, which hit the Tri-state region on Tuesday, Aug. 4, was devastating for many area... Continue Reading
August 12, 2020
NORTH CANAAN — The cause of the fatal fire on Wednesday, Aug. 5, has still not been determined. There are unconfirmed rumors... Continue Reading
August 12, 2020
There was less activity along the Housatonic River from the Great Falls in Falls Village/Salsibury south to Cornwall over... Continue Reading
August 12, 2020
SHARON — Bucking the trend of fundraising cancellations due to COVID-19, The Equus Effect in Sharon has instead reimagined... Continue Reading


The Millerton News

Millbrook interior designer Ashley Lempka took a photo of an old maple tree that split in half and fell on top of her garage at her home in the village of Millbrook on Tuesday, Aug. 4, during Tropical Storm Isaias.  Photo by Ashley Lempka

August 12, 2020
By KAITLIN LYLE  and  Judith O’Hara Balfe   HARLEM VALLEY — Just as... Continue Reading
August 12, 2020
HARLEM VALLEY — “School districts have until Friday, Aug. 21, to submit plans for in-person learning to the Department of... Continue Reading
August 12, 2020
MILLERTON — If you “Love Lucy” — and the library — here’s a great opportunity to combine the two passions. Local artist... Continue Reading
August 12, 2020
DOVER PLAINS — Almost nine months after they were arrested for criminal trespassing on the Cricket Valley Energy Center (... Continue Reading

Compass A&E

August 12, 2020
Kurt Andersen, author of “Evil Geniuses: The Unmaking of America,” a history of America since 1970, will be the guest of the... Continue Reading
August 12, 2020
The 10-day Hudson Eye public festival of dance, music, performance, film and visual art in Hudson, N.Y., is scheduled to... Continue Reading
August 6, 2020
Movie theaters are closed across the country due to the pandemic and many have dubbed this as “The Summer Without... Continue Reading
August 6, 2020
Like many cultural organizations, the David M. Hunt Library in Falls Village, Conn., had arts events scheduled for the... Continue Reading



  • Janet, who goes by the trail name A.J., and her dog Coffee Bean set off on a 30-mile trek on the Appalachian Trail from Falls Village to Great Barrington on Thursday, July 23. Photo by Hunter O. Lyle

    FALLS VILLAGE — Accompanied by her dog Coffee Bean, the hiker whose trail name is A.J. set out on Thursday, July 23, looking to complete yet another section of the Appalachian Trail, this time hiking from Falls Village to Great... Continue Reading
  • SHARON — The majority of all other triathlons have been canceled due to the ongoing pandemic,  but the Sharon Parks and Recreation Commission chose to go ahead with the 13th annual Sharon Sprint Triathlon on Saturday, Aug. 8,... Continue Reading

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