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Salisbury residents swim, sunbathe and play in the sand at the Grove at Lake Wononscopomuc, which became town-owned property in December 1950 and was opened as a public beach the following April. This photo from the early 1970s is one of many vintage photos recently digitized by volunteer Perry Gardner. Vintage Lakeville Journal Photo

Not too soon to start planning for the beach

Winter and now spring 2021 have sped by unexpectedly quickly; and the recent warm weather has made many people begin to daydream about summer and the possibility of lake and pond swimming and boating. 


The bears are back (or perhaps there are new bears). The Rev. Marilyn Anderson shared this photo of a bear in a tree near her Lakeville home. Photo by the Rev. Marilyn Anderson

Big bear sighting in Lakeville

Perhaps it’s not the same bear that has been seen wandering around near Horsehoe Lane in Lakeville in past years. But either it is the same bear, or that section of Lakeville is particularly attractive to the large fur bears, as they are known by the state biologists.


Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

Herb and cheddar tomatoes

Learn about some classic (and unexpected) New England foods in a Zoom talk on Wednesday, April 14, at 7 p.m. with The Lakeville Journal’s Cynthia Hochswender and Meg Muckenhoupt, author of “The Truth About Baked Beans.” This free online event is presented by the House of Books in Kent and the Kent Memorial Library.


From the very young to the young at heart, community members of all ages have been welcome to share their love of music with one another at The Music Cellar, located at 14 Main St. in Millerton. Photo submitted

Founder of Millerton’s Music Cellar asks for help to keep the beat alive

MILLERTON — Keen to preserve a rare cultural institution in the village of Millerton, community members are lending their support to Jonathan Grusauskas — best known as Jonny G — the founder and visionary behind The Music Cellar.

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