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Roxana Robinson, right, received an award for distinguished service to the literary community by The Authors Guild in New York on May 9. Pulitzer Prize author Elizabeth Strout, left, presented the award. Photo submitted

Roxana Robinson receives Authors Guild award

NEW YORK — The Authors Guild Foundation’s 31st Annual Benefit packed The Plaza Hotel’s Grand Ballroom in a celebration of writers and the power of the written word on Tuesday, May 9. 

Pictured after unveiling a new branded sign at the entrance to CJR’s Litchfield Campus on Route 63 are from left: Frederick “Rick” F. Judd III, Chair, CJR Board of Directors and Executive Vice President, Union Savings Bank; Daniel Rezende, CJR President and CEO; and Matthew Karpas, Prior CJR Board Chair, current CJR Board member, and Founder, Karpas Strategies LLC. Photo submitted

New look for youth agency

LITCHFIELD — Established in 1904 as a residential program for troubled boys on a sprawling campus off Route 63, the Connecticut Junior Republic recently unveiled a new brand, mission statement and website to better reflect its evolution and growth in meeting current and future needs of at-risk youth and families, including those residing in the

Memorial Day parade schedule

North Canaan

Parade departs from Town Hall at 10:30 a.m.  and ends at 11 a.m. at the Doughboy statue at the corner of Granite Avenue and Main Street. A ceremony is held there after the parade arrives. Parade participants are asked to gather at Town Hall at 10 a.m.


The 2023 Troutbeck Symposium kicked off on Sunday, April 30 with an educators’ session. Prof. Christina Proenza-Coles, University of Virginia, provided historical perspective on native populations and the rise and demise of slavery. Photo by Leila Hawken

Troutbeck Symposium uncovers neglected history

AMENIA — Seeking to build on the legacy of commitment to inter-racial progress that underpins the significant history of the Troutbeck conference center in Amenia, the 2023 Troutbeck Symposium was held over three days, celebrating the year-long work of 14 local schools.

Riley Klein interviews Joanne Borduas, CEO of the Community Health and Wellness Center of Greater Torrington, on Friday, March 3 at a groundbreaking for a new community health center in North Canaan. Photo by Sarah Kenyon, Courtesy of Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation

Lakeville Journal’s Riley Klein wins Editor & Publisher award

Riley Klein, Lakeville Journal staff writer and digital video producer, has been recognized as a “Shooting Star, Class of 2023” by Editor & Publisher (E&P), an authoritative voice of the news publishing industry.


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