Tamer’s Witness Stone Installed

Over 50 people gathered at the Kent Memorial Library on Monday morning, April 10, to recognize the installation of a Witness Stone for Tamer, an enslaved Black girl purchased in 1777 by Suffield businessman Luther Loomis.

Names Added to Veterans Memorial

Previous first selectman Melissa Mack created the Veterans Committee, among whose tasks was to seek out additional names that might appropriately be added to the limited space available on the Suffield Veterans Memorial.

Church Renovation Planning Continues

Plans for the reconstruction of the former Saint Joseph church buildings on South Main Street to become apartments are continuing, but the only visible step has been the removal of the two statues that formerly graced the property.

Church Redevelopment Proposed

A major redevelopment of the St. Joseph Church property on South Main Street was discussed by its proposer with the Planning and Zoning Commission at their October 3 meeting.