Josh Rocks Best

Josh Friend’s second big concert on the Green, continuing the series he’s offering free to celebrate the tenth year of his Suffield Music studio in Suffield, was held on June 23.

Shop Openings Delayed

Clear Cut Solutions, a well-established local hair salon, had planned to reopen in new quarters when its location on Mountain Road was sold and reconfigured. But the popular shop was unable to remain in its planned new spot nearby in the lower level of the Webster Bank building because of the new landlord’s difficulty in satisfying building code requirements.

Bank Rework Moves Outside

At PeoplesBank on Bridge Street, the shovel operator gathers a claw-full of broken concrete as another worker makes a shower of sparks cutting off an old handrail. After several weeks working inside, landscape and entry revisions have begun outside.

Big Crowd Rocks

Well, few were moving hard to the music, but it was indeed a big crowd, estimated to approach 400, that came to hear – and watch – Trailer Trash. The popular band always draws crowds, mostly in Western Massachusetts and North Central Connecticut.

Star Award goes to Dalia Alberdi

Dalia Alberdi of West Suffield has been officially appointed administrator of Manchester Manor Health Care Center, following her recent successful completion of the state and federal Nursing Home Administrator licensure requirements and examinations.

Bill Remington’s Legacy

Many Remingtons, now twelve generations in Suffield, live on River Boulevard. In 1679, Thomas Remington, Senior was awarded four land grants for him and three of his sons, two of which were located on Feather Street (now East Street), the other two on what is now North Main Street.

Star Award goes to Nancy Reardon

The Granby office of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England Properties is pleased to announce that Nancy Reardon has been awarded the #1 Sales Agent in 2020 for having the highest number of sales.