Roy Dunn, founder of the Opportunity Valley News, looks through one of the first editions of the free weekly newspaper that was distributed to every home in Orange County beginning on St. Patrick's Day, March 17, 1971.,After nine years, Cox Newspapers, owner of the Orange Leader and Port Arthur News, bought the paper from Dunn and it was published by the Orange Leader for the next 20 years.,It's been 50 years to the day – St. Patrick's Day, 1971 -- since Roy Dunn went into the newspapering business with the first edition of the Opportunity Valley News.,Roy Dunn says Runnels' weekly sports column entitled "'Strike Two, Third Down' made his name very famous around Orange County.","With all the success the Opportunity Valley News had, the Community Post was just amazing, the way it took off," Roy Dunn said.

ENFIELD, CT — Today we return to the pages of John Zirolli's delightful book of Enfield photos and stories, entitled I Took a Little Trip to My Hometown, and find a mainstay of the town for over 50 years, including many in downtown Thompsonville.,Sferrazza and his sister Margaret prospered in that location until the urban renewal project of the 1970s led them to relocate the store in 1978 to a small three-business building on Enfield Street, which formerly housed Mercik Rug & Carpet Co.,Located diagonally across from the North Thompsonville Fire Department, Vincent's Family Shoes operated in the center store, and Sferrazza added on the north side to cater to children.,Last week's trivia answer:

Last week's trivia question was, "The three "houses" at John F. Kennedy Middle School are Red, White and Blue.,This week's trivia question: read more