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At a sunrise service Saturday on the Green in Salisbury in honor of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on Friday, Sept. 18, Amy Lake and Al Ginouves held a sign saying, “Remember those who fought for justice.” Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

State and NW Corner memorials of Justice Ginsburg

State Rep. Maria Horn (D-64) responded to news of the death of  Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg not as a politician but as a mother, a wife and a former attorney. 


The State Police are seeking information that can help them find two men who broke into a Goshen gas station early Wednesday morning and stole armloads of cigarettes. Photos from CT State Police.

Police seek help identifying thieves from Goshen break-in

Two men broke into the Village Market Shell gas station at 59 Torrington Road in Goshen on Wednesday, Sept. 16, at about 2:40 a.m. The Connecticut State Police are asking for any information that can help them identify the suspects, whose images are seen in the photos with this article. 


Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

Strange new world at school

Students arrived, masks in place, for the first day of school in Region One on Tuesday morning, Sept. 8. Normally an ebullient affair full of hugs as children step off the bus, sometimes for their first ever day at school, this year’s first day was muted and distant.


Dutchess County Sheriff Adrian “Butch” Anderson, left, is pictured above with the president’s brother, Robert Trump, who passed away on Aug. 15. Anderson said, “Whenever I asked [Robert] for his help with a  charity event or a child in need, he’d say, ‘How can I help?’” Photo submitted

The passing of the president’s brother: Robert Trump always asked, ‘How can I help?’

MILLBROOK — Sometimes people pass quietly through the lives of others, and while they are loved and cared for, their impact is noticed most after they are gone and missed. Gentle people have a tendency to stand aside, very often happy to let others take the limelight, yet their presence is keenly felt.

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