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Whalen retires from water plant

SALISBURY — At its regular monthly meeting on Monday, Oct. 4, the Board of Selectmen congratulated John Whalen on his retirement after 48 years at the helm of the town’s wastewater plant.

First Selectman Curtis Rand said Whalen “is one of the most dedicated people I’ve ever seen.”

Photo by Robert Wallingford

Even without the festival, it’s still fall in New England

This year, merchants and churches decided not to hold the annual Fall Festival in Salisbury, but some traditional events continued, including the artisan fair in the center of town on Saturday, Oct. 9; and the Brew-Ski Festival (above) hosted by the Salisbury Winter Sports Association at Satre Hill on Sunday, Oct. 10.

Darryl Gangloff Jr., a former Lakeville Journal editor, shared this photo of himself and his father, Darryl Gangloff Sr., in front of what was most recently a Chinese restaurant in Lakeville. Photo submitted

When it was a comic book store

LAKEVILLE — Former Lakeville Journal editor Darryl Gangloff Jr. (who now works at the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation) read the article in the Sept. 23 Lakeville Journal about the former Chinese restaurant in Lakeville, which is now for sale through Elyse Harney Real Estate. 

State Rep. Maria Horn (D-64), at left in photo, presented WSS Executive Director Elizabeth Mauro with a General Assembly Official Citation. Photo by Debra A. Aleksinas

WSS marks 40th year with community celebration and ‘bold new mission’

SALISBURY — It started out as a small, grassroots movement with no name and a handful of volunteers determined to provide a safe haven for victims of domestic abuse.


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