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Children at the Housatonic Child Care Center in Salisbury played outside during the sunny weather on Wednesday, Nov. 9. Photo by Janet Manko

Early child care centers across the Northwest Corner and in eastern Dutchess  County tell a common story: An emerging staffing shortage underscores challenges both old and new in the industry. From a dearth of applicants, to unreliable and sporadic state and federal funding — the current picture is...

Grown in a greenhouse at The Pass,  in Sheffield, Mass., Papaya Punch is apopular product. Photo by Hunter O. Lyle

Since Connecticut approved recreational pot over a year ago, the process of licensing and building out the state’s market has been a slow burn. But regulators said last week that approved marijuana businesses are on track to launch retail sales within the next few months — delayed from their...

Sunny Kellner, a wildlife rehabilitation specialist, helped an injured Canada goose  Wednesday, Nov. 23, in Salisbury. Photo by Anne Day

SALISBURY — As the flock migrated south for winter, one Canada goose was left behind. Since August, a lone goose has called a small pond in Salisbury home. The property owner has kept a keen eye on the goose and was working closely with the Sharon Audubon Center (SAC) to plan for the winter. SAC...

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Photo by Lans Christensen

November 30, 2022
Anna and Isabel Schiller came to the Christmas Bazaar at St.

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Meredith Dittmar, one of the organizers of the Festival of Trees at Noble Horizons, said Sunday, Nov. 27, that it was nice to have the event back after a two-year hiatus. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

November 30, 2022
SALISBURY — The Festival of Trees and accompanying silent auction  continue this week from noon t

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This is the time of year that makes us think about the things and the people in our lives for which we are grateful. We all have our problems, but we all have our blessings as... Continue Reading
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Our caring hospital in Sharon I am sitting by my wife in a Sharon Hospital room as she gently but inexorably comes to the end of our 72-year love affair, the last sixty enriched... Continue Reading
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Our caring hospital in Sharon I am sitting by my wife in a Sharon Hospital room as she gently but inexorably comes to the end of our 72-year love affair, the last sixty enriched... Continue Reading
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