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Kent April 15, 2021

Cell tower proposal is now online

SALISBURY — The town and education budget proposals are available on the town website, First Selectman Curtis Rand noted at the Monday, April 5, meeting of the Board of Selectmen.

Residents are invited to comment by email, letter or phone. 

The Board of Finance will hold a public hearing on Zoom on Monday, April 19, 7:30 p.m.

Photo by Caroline Burchfield


The spring polar plunge in Lakeville has been an annual tradition for years, raising money for the Jane Lloyd Fund. Last year’s plunge was held remotely because of COVID-19; this year, students at The Hotchkiss School leapt back into the lake, on April 11.

A new trio of investors has taken charge of the race track at Lime Rock Park. They promise to protect the park-like setting that makes the race venue unique while expanding activities there. Photo by Lans Christensen

New ownership group for Lime Rock

SALISBURY — Skip Barber has reached an agreement to sell a majority interest in the race track at Lime Rock Park (LRP) to a group of investors.

Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

On the hunt in spring

Molly Salisbury, children’s librarian at the Scoville Memorial Library, hid more Easter eggs on Saturday morning, March 27, after the first wave of children raced through the library grounds. Most towns did not have egg hunts this year because of the quarantine. Cornwall will host a scavenger hunt. 


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