100 Years Ago in Suffield

Selected from the pages of the Windsor Locks Journal and lightly annotated by Wendy Taylor of Kent Memorial Library. September 2

Pupils have been enrolled for the coming school year at the Suffield School up to its full capacity.

100 Years Ago in Suffield

A thunder shower… brought refreshing rain… growing crops have made remarkable progress in the past twenty-four hours … The rain came too late to save the hay crop….

A Moment in Time: Old Photos Invited from Our Readers

This photo of the old covered bridge to Enfield shows it viewed from the Suffield side, a few years after it closed to traffic when the new bridge at the end of Thompsonville Road was opened in 1894. The old bridge had opened in 1832 on the site of the 1808 uncovered bridge, which was the first bridge across the Connecticut River in Connecticut.

Celebrate Polish Pride

The Polish Heritage Society invites everyone of Polish descent to march with us in the town’s 350th Anniversary Parade on Saturday, October 9.

100 Years Ago in Suffield

Selected from the pages of the Windsor Locks Journal and lightly annotated by Wendy Taylor of Kent Memorial Library.

Slave Dwelling Project

Joseph McGill, founder of the nationally renowned Slave Dwelling Project, will visit and provide two programs at the Phelps-Hatheway House on Saturday, June 12 at 6:30 p.m.-8 p.m., and Sunday June 13 at 1.p.m.-2:30 p.m.