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From left, Advertising Director Rosemary Scanlon,  Associate Editor Melanie Ollett and founding editor and publisher Andy Thibault  at the Tuesday, Jan. 24, launch of the Winsted Citizen in Winsted. Photo by Terry Cowgill

Nader backs new Winsted paper

WINSTED — Can a start-up, print-focused, monthly newspaper make a go of it in a rising former mill town that is still emerging from years of mismanagement and strife? If the 100 people who turned out at the launch of the Winsted Citizen on Tuesday night, Jan. 24, is any indication, enough citizen support is there to make it a success.


(From left) Dr. Julie Clas, Dr. Teddy Chase, Dr. Isaac Angell and Dr. Chris Moyer on Jan. 4 outside of the Bentley Veterinary offices in Stanfordville, N.Y., getting ready to head out for the day. Photo by Elias Sorich

My ride-along with a traveling large-animal vet

Editor’s note: This is the first of a two-part series focusing on a day in the life of a large-animal veterinarian’s practice in the tri-corner region.

 


Narcan kit contains two four-milligram doses in the form of a nasal spray. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

Drug outreach at hospital

SHARON — Greenwoods Counseling and Referrals is providing free Narcan kits and fentanyl test kits to the community on a weekly basis at area hospitals, including Sharon Hospital.


The home on White Hollow Road in Salisbury that was sold by the Salisbury Housing Trust as an affordable housing property. Photo by Griffin Cooper

Housing Trust, sellers helped family achieve dream of homeownership

SALISBURY — A Millerton family’s disheartening, two-year search for an affordable home turned to good fortune in time for the holidays, thanks to assistance through the private, nonprofit Salisbury Housing Trust.

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