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Norfolk (Litchfield, Connecticut)

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  • Tuesday's local baseball roundup: Tides begin trip by stifling Durham

    International League: Winner Josh Stinson and three relievers combined to pitch a four-hitter as the Norfolk Tides started a trip by winning 2-1 Tuesday night at Durham, though the Bulls (67-63) still lead the second-place Tides by seven games in the...
  • Taylor's Architectural Style Evident Around Norfolk

    Taylor's Architectural Style Evident Around Norfolk
    If you’ve driven (or walked) through Norfolk, chances are you’ve noticed a distinctive, unifying style of architecture in the town. That could be the influence of Alfredo Taylor, the great Arts and Crafts architect who arrived in town in...
  • 'So You Think You Can Dance' tour coming to Norfolk

    'So You Think You Can Dance' tour coming to Norfolk
     The finalists are set for Season 11 of Fox-TV's "So You Think You Can Dance." We don't know who will win it yet - though everyone has his or her own best guess - but we know who the top 10 finalists are.  That means we know who is going to be on the...
  • State, region have caught World Cup fever

     State, region have caught World Cup fever
    America's sporting obsessions are reserved for prime time and/or weekends. Pro football, college football, NASCAR, the World Series of Poker. Oh, there are exceptions. Early-round NCAA basketball tournament games on Thursday and Friday afternoons....
  • Full list of McAuliffe's University board appointments

    We focused on board of visitors appointments at Christopher Newport University here, but here's full list of Gov. Terry McAuliffe's appointments. Just a cut and paste from the governor's announcement yesterday. There are a number of notables....
  • MacArthur Center mall sold in investment transaction

    MacArthur Center mall sold in investment transaction
    Taubman Centers Inc. will sell seven of its properties, including MacArthur Center in Norfolk, to Starwood Capital Group based in Connecticut, the companies announced Wednesday. Taubman Centers currently owns, leases or manages 27 retail properties in...
  • Weaving Connections In The Northwest Corner

    Weaving Connections In The Northwest Corner
    Life in a cluster of remote towns along a U.S. highway brings overlapping connections and small-world coincidences – not once in a while, but multiple times a day. Along the road in East Canaan, a young retired chap with white hair and a hat...
  • Calvin K. Kobsa, architect

    Calvin K. Kobsa, architect
    Calvin K. Kobsa, a semiretired Baltimore architect who was the founder of Calvin Kern Kobsa & Associates, died May 10 of complications after brain surgery at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 86. "Calvin will be remembered as a kind soul and a...
  • The McLovins: It's All About The Songwriting

    The McLovins: It's All About The Songwriting
    Turning 21 is a milestone. Of course, it means you can (legally) enjoy a beer or two, and you'll probably find your ideas are more easily welcomed into cynical adult discourse (lucky you). Watching two members of the McLovins — guitarist Justin...
  • Campbell Falls Is The New King Of The Waterfalls

    Campbell Falls Is The New King Of The Waterfalls
    A quandary presented itself in the wilds of Massachusetts. A few years ago, after visiting all the "big and famous" waterfalls in the state, I crowned Enders Falls as the king of Connecticut's grand plunges. Well, how did I know Connecticut had a...
  • The 'Provision State': Connecticut Resources Fed Struggle For Independence

    The 'Provision State': Connecticut Resources Fed Struggle For Independence
    Freezing cold, stricken with smallpox and under attack from enemy ships in a foreign land, a regiment of American soldiers fled their encampment in Deschambault, Canada, early on the morning of May 7, 1776. Under the command of Col. Charles Burrall, the...