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Katherine Overton, a historian and genealogist and descendant of the Cesar family, talks about her family history in a documentary made by students at Salisbury School. Photo courtesy Salisbury School

The history of the Cesars, a notable Black family in Sharon

SALISBURY — “Looking for Color,” a short film made by students at Salisbury School, made its debut online Wednesday, May 26, via the Noble Horizons website.

Salisbury School is an independent boarding school for boys in grades nine to 12.


Two State Police troopers and a small police boat were still at the top of the Great Falls on the Housatonic River on Sunday afternoon, May 16. Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

Police search river after man disappears near Great Falls

Updated May 19, 2021 at 9:15 a.m

AMESVILLE— State Police are continuing to search for a man described as a 38-year old white male, who went missing in the Housatonic River on Saturday, May 15. 


A red balloon was floated at the proposed site of a 94-foot-tall cell tower, on Friday, May 7. The balloon can be seen at the center of this photo, at the tree line. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

Discussion of affordable housing and the cellular tower balloon

SALISBURY — First Selectman Curtis Rand told the Board of Selectmen at the regular meeting of the selectmen Monday, May 3, that he is aware of the concerns over a proposed cell tower in Lakeville.


Ron Solan of Salisbury was one of the participants in the final ceremony of the National Day of Prayer (for more photos, see National Day of Prayer). Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

Prayers for the nation and all who serve

SALISBURY — About 50 people turned out for the finale of the National Day of Prayer ceremony outside Salisbury Town Hall on Thursday, May 6.

Other services were held throughout the day in North Canaan, Falls Village, Cornwall and Sharon.

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