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SALISBURY, Conn. — Phil Terni, the third-generation owner of Terni’s in Millerton, and his wife, Ellen, were assisted by the Connecticut State Police following a one car collision that occurred on Lime Rock Road in Salisbury, Conn., on Tuesday, July 2.

According to a report of the accident from the Connecticut State Police, Ellen Terni, 73, was driving at an unknown speed westbound on Route 112 on Lime Rock Road with Phil Terni, 76, riding in the passenger side. Following a failure to maintain the proper lane, Terni struck the wire rope guardrail placed north of the...

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Fall Festival fun comes to downtown Salisbury

Scarecrows: Make a statement in straw
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By Patrick L. Sullivan
SALISBURY — The splendid weather during the Fall Festival  made for good scarecrow viewing. The Woodland restaurant’s Occupy Wall Street, with its topical theme, was the subject of considerable overheard conversation over the weekend. The scarecrow won first place in the business category.

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Fall Festival fun comes to downtown Salisbury

Summer weather graces Fall Festival
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SALISBURY — The weather could not have been better for the Fall Festival, with mild temperatures allowing for the wearing of shorts and shirtsleeves, and bright sunshine highlighting the changing leaves.

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Planning for the future, even if it’s distant

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SALISBURY — Salisbury Bank and Trust Officer Diane Johnstone and attorneys Donna Vincenti and Matthew McColl will explain six elements of estate planning, including how to protect one’s assets, carry out end-of-life wishes, avoid probate, how to select a fiduciary and power of attorney and how to understand and account for tax implications related to Medicaid, at Noble Horizons on Thursday Oct. 20 at 1 p.m.
Vincenti, who has her office in Lakeville and just expanded her practice to include McColl, offered some insights into estate planning in a phone interview Friday, Oct. 7.

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A pair of ghouls

These eerie spectors have taken up residence outside Skintastic on Main Street in Lakeville.

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P&Z says no vintage cars in old firehouse

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SALISBURY — The Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) declined to support the sale of the old firehouse to Frank Gallogly, at the commission’s meeting Tuesday, Oct. 4.
The Board of Selectmen decided in August that a cash offer from Gallogly of $475,000 for the old firehouse and an adjacent building at 9 and 9A Sharon Road was worth bringing to town meeting.
Gallogly would like to use to the old firehouse to store a collection of classic automobiles, and would possibly use the upstairs as an office.

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A new resident trooper

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SALISBURY — The Board of Selectmen welcomed the new resident state trooper, Chris Sorrell, at the regular monthly meeting Oct. 3.
Sorrell gave the selectmen a quick sketch of his resume — 12 years on the force, with a stint in the Western District Major Crimes unit.
He said he planned to do some patrolling on a bicycle.
First Selectman Curtis Rand reported to the board that he has asked department heads in town to buy American-made goods when possible.
“I think it’s a small effort by our town to help support the American economy.”

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Clubhouse-style aid comes to Lakeville

The Compass Center
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LAKEVILLE — The Compass Center at 24 Sharon Road (Route 41) is a new clubhouse-style facility for area residents struggling with mental health issues. The facility is a joint project of Prime Time House and Community Mental Health Affiliates (which now runs what was formerly the Northwest Center for Mental Health and Family Services).
David Giannini, lead rehabilitation counselor, described what the “clubhouse” model offers.
“We provide employment services, and a place to socialize. The expectation is that clients will be working at something.”

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Change of direction

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Workers removed the weather vane from atop the cupola at Town Hall in Salisbury last Thursday, Oct. 5. First Selectman Curtis Rand said that when the cupola was inspected, prior to the work going on now, a leak was discovered. To get at the leak the weather vane had to be removed. And while it’s down, it’s getting cleaned and treated to prevent rust.

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Tasty treats at Salisbury Fall Festival

The Umana family made Central American specialties for an appreciative crowd at St. John’s Saturday afternoon during Salisbury’s Fall Festival.
 
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Spooky and sweet

Children’s librarian Erin Simmons hosted a spooky gingerbread house workshop at the Scoville Memorial Library Saturday, Oct. 1. About 20 children attended, including Ross Ezrow, 4, of Salisbury.

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