Amenia Amenia is a town in Dutchess County, United States. New York, USA. The population was 4,048 at the 2000 census. The name is derived from the Latin word, amoena, which means "pleasant to the eye." Visit Site
Avon Avon was originally settled in 1645 as part of Farmington. It was known as Northington, or the North Parish of Farmington, until it was incorporated as a separate town in 1830, taking its name from the Avon River in England.
Today, Avon is part of Hartford County and is governed by a Town Council/Town Manager form of local government. In 2011, Avon’s population was 17,859 with a median age of 44. The town covers 22.6 square miles, or 14,454 acres and has 6,993 households with a median income of $107,733. Visit Site
Canton Welcome to the Town of Canton. Incorporated in 1806, Canton is a part of Hartford County, Connecticut, United States and has a population of 10,292 as of the 2010 census. It is bordered by Granby on the north, Simsbury on the east, Avon and Burlington on the south, New Hartford on the west, and Barkhamsted on the northwest. Running through it is the Farmington River. The town includes the villages of North Canton, Canton Center, Canton (Canton Valley), and Collinsville. more... Visit Site
Kent Welcome to the Town of Kent, Connecticut, located in the scenic northwest corner of Litchfield County. Incorporated in 1739, Kent has had a history as a farming community and thriving iron ore producer. It is now a rural community of about 3,000 residents with many small hamlets, such as Bulls Bridge, Kent Hollow, South Kent and The Cobble. Visit Site
Lakeville The Town of Salisbury, incorporated in October of 1741, is located in the very Northwest corner of the State of Connecticut. It includes the villages of Salisbury and Lakeville, and the hamlets of Amesville, Lime Rock and Taconic.
The Housatonic River flows from North to South and crosses Town lines along its way. Within Salisbury are several ponds and six lakes: Wononscopomuc, Washinee, Washining, Wononpakook, Riga Lake and South Pond. As well as the lakes, the Salisbury land is comprised of low mountains, including access to the Appalachian Trail, and open fields. Residents take advantage of the beautiful hiking and walking trails, all of which are listed in the Parks and Recreation section of this site. The lakes and beaches are busy with swimmers, boaters and fishermen during all seasons. Visit Site
Millbrook The Village of Millbrook is a small country village 80 miles north of Manhattan. Located in the scenic Hudson Valley, 1.5 hours drive upstate of New York City, Millbrook is home to horse farms, a quaint village life and some of the best antique shopping in the region. Come to Millbrook to explore one of the many attractions the area has to offer. Restaurants offer a variety of cuisine and there are over 20 eateries in a 10 mile radius. An abundance of shops are sprinkled throughout the village. If you plan to spend the night and require accommodations there are Bed & Breakfasts featuring castles to country homes. Bring the kids, family or come to Millbrook for a romantic getaway in this beautiful rural community in Upstate New York, Millbrook. Visit Site
Pawling Nestled in the foothills of the Berkshires, Pawling is a community of abundance. Country vistas, unique homes and a quaint Village welcome all. Getting here is the easy part. Pawling's proximity to interstate transportation corridors and home to two Metro-North train stops, provide easy access. The riches of this community, its people, landscape and shops welcome all. Visit Site
Salisbury Welcome to Salisbury, Connecticut, nestled in the Northwest corner of the state, at the foot of the Berkshire Mountains. Visit Site
Sharon Let us open the door....to acquaint you with the history of Sharon, CT, a colonial town in northwestern Connecticut.
Sheffield Sheffield is a picturesque New England town located in the Housatonic River Valley of Berkshire County in Western Massachusetts. Comprised of two villages, Sheffield and Ashley Falls, the town’s development pattern has been greatly influenced by its physical features: the Housatonic River and its wide floodplain; the Schenob Brook wetland complex and the steep slopes of the Berkshire Hills on the east and the Taconic Range on the west. Visit Site
Southfield, MA Clayton, Hartsville, Mill River, Southfield & New Marlborough Village, each of these is an entity; each is conscious of its individuality. New Marlborough Village, proud of its typically New England houses clustered about an equally New England church. Southfield, with its own New England church and with the factory that provided employment for many residents of the town. Mill River, boasting the Town Hall, and the Town Library, with not one, but two churches. Hartsville, where the Umpachene Grange was located. Clayton, now a residential community. Visit Site
Southington Welcome to Southington
The gently rolling hills of Southington are nestled in the valley between mountains on the east and west sides of town. It is this gentleness of landscape along with the Quinnipiac River and the various streams, ponds and lakes that makes Southington the perfect place for relaxation, pleasure and work.
Wassaic Wassaic is a hamlet in the town of Amenia, Dutchess County, New York, United States. Located in southeast New York in the valley of the Ten Mile River, Wassaic is bordered on the east and west by mountain ranges. Visit Site
PICTURES OF THE TOWN OF FALLS VILLAGE Pictures are of our local grammar school, Lee H. Kellogg, local high school, Housatonic Valley Regional High School, center of Falls Village green memorial and our local Town Hall.