The 2017 ballot for the Wilton Village Board inadvertently appeared in this week’s print edition of the County Line. The correct ballot, the 2018 version, appears here. The County Line regrets the error.
Michelle Obama is the product of the South Side of Chicago and parents who valued their children’s education above all else.
“Atlas Shrugged” is the story of what happens if the “prime movers” of society go on strike. Hank Rearden was a titan in the steel business.
The Vernon County Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program will issue benefits at the following locations.
Being between library books, I scanned my bookshelf. There was a copy of “The Reivers” that I had bought for 95 cents while in college.
Lots of our readers were pulling for the great horned owl found shot in Wilton two months ago.
An Ontario building at the corner of Main and Garden streets was severely damaged late Dec. 12.
One of the fringe benefits of watching the PBS series “Great American Reads” is learning about a book that you just must read.
After several months of contentious meetings, relative harmony reigned at Tuesday evening’s Norwalk Village Board meeting, at which a long and labored conversation unfolded on the topic of alternate-side parking.
The Kendall Public Library sold love lights this fall, with the proceeds going toward the library’s expansion/remodeling project.
The Sparta Quilt Shop recently donated 32 quilts to the Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton School District, creating them for families that use the Falcon Food Pantry.