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Looking for something easy to do that will help the local environment? Mary Ellen Lemay has a simple answer: Build a highway in your backyard.

The Public Health Committee decided on Friday to move forward with the controversial issues of aid-in-dying and pregnancy center advertising.

ONE HIT WONDER: Landmark Community Theatre presents the new jukebox musical, “One Hit Wonder,” Feb. 1, 7-8, 14-15, 8 p.m., Feb. 2, 9, 16, 2 p.m., at the Thomaston Opera House. For more information on tickets call 860-283-6250, visit 158 Main Street Thomaston, or go to www.landmarkcommuntythe…

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LITCHFIELD — Bohemian Pizza recently celebrated its 20th anniversary of being in business. This favorite Litchfield eatery and hangout is best known for its laid-back atmosphere, quirky decor, and most of all, its delicious fare that includes much more than just pizza.

LITCHFIELD — The Litchfield Garden Club will sponsor an Open Conservation Meeting at noon March 12, at the Litchfield Community Center. The speaker will be Megan Parker, co-Founder and Director of Research for Working Dogs for Conservation, the world’s leading conservation detection dog orga…

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LITCHFIELD — Cassandra Hotchkiss (AKA Mrs. H) is moving about the Litchfield School House on the grounds of Litchfield’s First Congregational Church on a Saturday morning. She greets and chats with those visiting the new pre-kindergarten facility, accepting their well wishes and answering qu…

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MORRIS — A sold-out crowd inside the White Barn at South Farms, a family-run farm and award-winning venue, defined the popularity of the second annual Comedy Night fundraiser offered by Morris Beach and Recreation and Director Kristen Davila.

WASHINGTON — The Humane Organization Representing Suffering Equines, or H.O.R.S.E. of Connecticut, now celebrating their 38th year, will hold a special Valentine’s Day Celebration on Saturday, Feb. 15, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Snow Date: Sunday, Feb. 16), said a release from the organization.

Though the state reported only three new flu associated deaths last week, the total number of flu cases rose by more than a thousand.

“In 2019, 104 people joined, for a total of 314 members,” said co-founder and project manager Philip Allen. “Each co-op sets its own price for investment, and ours is $200. That means every member/owner has an equal equity share in the business.”