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Mike Farmer and his 1900 braiding machine were on display on the Friday to Sunday, Sept. 23-25 weekend at the Connecticut Antique Machinery Association’s Fall Festival in Kent. Photo by Lans Christensen

KENT —  The Connecticut Antique Machinery Association (CAMA) presented its 37th annual Fall Festival Friday, Sept. 23, to Sunday, Sept. 25. The past two years were overshadowed by COVID-19 for this popular and well-attended event. But not for the 37th year of the festival. Crowds turned out in...

Nick Moore, left, board member of the Save Sharon Hospital organization, Dr. Howard Mortman, center, obstetrics and gynecology, and Dr. David Kurish, internal medicine and cardiology, led a roundtable discussion of proposed cuts in services at Sharon Hospital from the physicians’ perspective on Friday, Sept. 23, at St. Bernard Church in Sharon. Photo by Leila Hawken

SHARON — The first of three public roundtables coordinated by the Save Sharon Hospital (SSH) citizens’ organization to rally support in opposition to planned cuts in services at the hospital was held on Friday, Sept. 23, at St. Bernard Church in Sharon. The event attracted 12 residents to hear...

Ian Miller, left, in Norfolk, talked with Ivan Choopeek, top left on screen, and Evan Platt, who were on Zoom from Ukraine on Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Norfolk Hub. Photo by John Coston

NORFOLK — Two former graduate school roommates at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who share Norfolk roots, have spent months working with a small international team to deliver medical aid and equipment to Ukraine, and now they are helping the Ukraine military modernize its Soviet-era...

Cornwall

September 28, 2022
CORNWALL — After a relatively short time on the market, the Cornwall Country Market building will

Kent


Mike Farmer and his 1900 braiding machine were on display on the Friday to Sunday, Sept. 23-25 weekend at the Connecticut Antique Machinery Association’s Fall Festival in Kent. Photo by Lans Christensen

September 28, 2022
KENT —  The Connecticut Antique Machinery Association (CAMA) presented its 37th annual Fall Festi

Salisbury


This year’s CROP Walk to end world hunger started out on Lakeview Avenue in Lakeville. The group did a roughly 1-mile circle of the neighborhood. Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

September 28, 2022
LAKEVILLE — For decades, the CROP Walk organized by local clergy and churches was one of the bigg

Falls Village

September 28, 2022
FALLS VILLAGE — With the arrival of new students and teachers at Region One schools came some mor

North Canaan

Sharon


Photo by Libby Hall-Abeel

September 28, 2022
Fire Chief Eric Golden of the Sharon Fire Department, left, and Bobby Carberry, assistant

Opinions

Lakeville Journal Editorial, Millerton News Editorial, Millerton News Opinion/Viewpoint, Lakeville Journal Opinion/Viewpoint
This newspaper includes in its mandate communicating not just with its readers, but also with its colleagues across the region through press associations and other groups, such as... Continue Reading
Letters to the Editor, Lakeville Journal Opinion/Viewpoint
Nuvance needs to act in good faith In Grace Linhard’s letter about philanthropy at Sharon Hospital she used the word “community” seven times. Hmm, I thought, I do not disagree... Continue Reading
Letters to the Editor, Lakeville Journal Opinion/Viewpoint
Nuvance needs to act in good faith In Grace Linhard’s letter about philanthropy at Sharon Hospital she used the word “community” seven times. Hmm, I thought, I do not disagree... Continue Reading
Turning Back the Pages
100 years ago — September 1922 The entries of Grassland Farms cattle at the Eastern States Exposition at Springfield last week came away with many first and second prizes.   The E... Continue Reading

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