When they started out, D. Rooney, co-owner with Maggie Cheney of Rock Steady Farm on Kaye Road in Millerton, NY, both hoped the Millerton farm could increase food equity in the food system and create safer spaces for LGBTQIA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, intersex and asexual/ally […]
By, John Torsiello
Millerton, NY, resident Jane Rossman grew up watching birds at the feeders her family set out near their house. Thus was born, at an early age, a love and passion for the beauty wild birds bring to our lives. “Later, I became more active by going on walks and trips with other local […]
By, JOHN TORSIELLO
Even though the current COVID-19 virus health crises has curtailed many residents’ enjoyment of sports, one activity some continue to take part in is golf, although the situation remains fluid.
Courses in New York and Connecticut have been allowed to remain open during the crises, albeit under rather strict guidelines issued by the CDC […]
As she completes her second season with the University of West Virginia women’s soccer team, Housatonic High School graduate Lauren Segalla is still waiting for her career to fully blossom. The sophomore has been watching the action for most of the fall with an injury. But she continues to work hard and remains a part […]
When we concluded our chat, Jenifer Garzone was off and running to softball practice at Wolcott Tech. Another season begins for this woman of all seasons.
Garzone coaches softball, soccer and football at Tech and she recently made history by becoming the first female high school football coach in Connecticut history when she was chosen to […]
It’s a long way from Ghana to playing professional soccer in the United States. But it is a journey that 22-year-old Eddie Opoku has made with one important local stop along the way, at the Millbrook School.
A 2015 graduate of Millbrook, Opoku went on to attend the University of Virginia until 2017, at which time […]