Dance in Bantam to benefit plan for new monument
Anne Haas and John Langer, both of Bantam, are among those organizing a Feb..
Wetlands commission denies housing trust plan
A proposal by the Litchfield Housing Trust to build eight units of affordable housing on a 12..
Valentine Tea benefits Northfield's Gilbert Library
Elizabeth Southard, left, and Angel Fear serve sandwiches during the annual Valentine Tea at the Northfield firehouse on Saturday..
Vet of the month gets a boost from Bantam Market
Lily Winn, a supporter of American Legion Post 44 in Bantam, holds a tray of goodies donated by Bantam Market for Post 44's veteran of the month service at the Bantam Borough Hall on Saturday..
Litchfield school board supports spending plan
Litchfield's Board of Education quickly and without issue this week adopted the budget recommended for 2016-17 by Superintendent of Schools Lynn McMullin..
Litchfield-Morris Rotary Club's Chuck Conn honored
Susan Voghel, president of the Litchfield-Morris Rotary Club, presented club member Chuck Conn with a special award on Thursday recognizing Conn for his service to the club since joining it in 2004..
New Litchfield grand list shows slight increase
Litchfield's grand list of taxable property for 2015 shows a minuscule increase of three-tenths of 1 percent, which means the Board of Finance won't have much wiggle room when setting a tax rate for the 2016-17 fiscal year..
Planning and zoning creates new zone on Toll Gate Hill
Business owners at the top of Toll Gate Hill on Torrington Road in Litchfield have had their wish granted by the Planning and Zoning Commission..
Paul advises against ordinance on fracking waste
Litchfield's Board of Selectmen continues to review a request by a group of residents seeking a ban on the storage, disposal and use of hydraulic fracking waste in town..
Goshen church serves up a winning breakfast
Jackson Ives, a Boy Scout with Troop 35 in Goshen, holds a pancake cooked to resemble Mickey Mouse during the Church of Christ Congregational's monthly breakfast on Sunday..
Just enough ice for harvesting demonstration
Jeff Greenwood, above, the former education director at the White Memorial Conservation Center, was back in action harvesting ice on Ongley Pond during White Memorial's annual ice harvesting demonstration on Saturday..
Wamogo hosts first Litchfield Hills Farmers Forum
The first-ever Litchfield Hills Farmers Forum was held at Wamogo Regional High School on Saturday..
South Farms hosts economic development gathering
The White Barn at South Farms in Morris and its owner, Ben Paletsky, hosted the Northwest Connecticut Economic Development Summit on Jan..
School board not sure about meeting broadcasts
It remains uncertain whether Litchfield Board of Education Chairman Frank Simone and his board colleagues will reappear on Cablevision's Channel 5 community access channel..
Dorothy Clock steps down as Red Cross volunteer
Connecticut Chapter of the American Red Cross donor recruiter Louis Cassano presents a certificate of appreciation to Dorothy Clock of Litchfield on Tuesday..