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TORRINGTON — Tom McGowan, a Realtor with Elyse Harney Real Estate, recently stood atop “Indian Lookout,” the name given to the home by Torrington conservationist, the late Paul Freedman on Mountain Road.

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TORRINGTON — Spirits were high and happy Thursday morning for Oliver Wolcott Technical High School for the class of 2020’s graduation.

LITCHFIELD — Touchstone School, a social services organization, is a well-hidden secret in the town of Litchfield. That’s apropos since the many teenage girls who have passed through this facility, a special needs school for “girls at risk,” all arrived with their own secrets. For a decade, …

NEW MILFORD — The New Milford Public Library Writers Salon has every reason to be proud: this year the third annual Trumbull Library Creative Literary Competition has announced its winners and in the adult categories they are all from the aforementioned group.

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WINSTED — Bobby Gage has returned to Winsted’s Green Woods Country Club where his professional golf career began, as the new head golf pro.

WASHINGTON — The Gunn Historical Museum was recently recognized with three awards for their exhibit, Washington Connecticut - An American Story. This innovative work designed by SandorMax, and made possible by a grant from the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development, was…

The temporary layoffs of about 160 workers at the Greenwich Hyatt highlights the hard hit that the coronavirus crisis has taken on the leisure and hospitality industry.

As racial disparities in health come more clear in coronavirus and in the national debate over policing, a Connecticut state senator asked Gov. Ned Lamont Monday to declare racism a public health emergency for the entire state.

FREE CHAIR YOGA: Chair Yoga on Zoom is offered Wednesdays and Fridays, no class May 27, at noon. Go to https://thecommunitycenter.org on any of those days and click on the link Chair Yoga for the ID and password to get on.

MORRIS — In 1885, there were many summer camps surrounding Bantam Lake, but only one could boast being founded by Columbia University, an Ivy League research university in New York City; serving as a military combat training center during World War I; and having a connection with Dwight D. E…

LITCHFIELD COUNTY — The COVID-19 pandemic may be ravaging certain sectors of the economy, but not so with the real estate market. Business is booming with inventory is getting snatched up quickly, with properties selling for well over asking price and a high number of closings.

ROXBURY — Following social distancing guidelines, the Roxbury Land Trust will hold two virtual programs focusing on farms and meadows in June. To receive the link to each program, please email barbara@roxburylandtrust.org.