Tom Foley campaign signs cover the windows of the second story of a downtown building, marking the state headquarters of the Republican gubernatorial candidate. The … more ...
As part of his thesis to obtain his master’s degree, Ed Tuttle created illustrations for the infamous children’s song, “There was an Old Lady Who … more ...
School administrators are trying to improve communication with New Britain Transportation after some problems with school buses running late. School Superintendent Tim Connellan and operations … more ...
The town will begin repairing sidewalks this week that have been considered “school access routes” since the 1960s. The abutting property owner will likely become … more ...
CAPITALS 5-WINGS 2 Capitals: Three goals were scored by Alison Bradshaw with Gwen Longo and Lindsay Koulouris adding single goals. Maggie Blanchard, Evelyn Lewis, Meghan … more ...
Though a recent poll indicated more Americans worldwide are feeling less safe, Connecticut public safety officials reported no credible threats to the state on Sept. … more ...
Residents and contractors can apply for building permits and pay permit fees online as part of an effort to allow more town business to be … more ...
Girls volleyball team starts strong   Published Sep 17, 2014
Field hockey Glastonbury 3, Southington 0: Natalie Liquindali did her part, stone-walling 17 shots on net, but the Blue Knights were out-gunned by the Tomahawks … more ...
‘Soccer Challenge’ at hand   Published Sep 17, 2014
Knights of Columbus Isabella Council 15 would like to invite all boys and girls between the ages of 9 and 14 to participate in a … more ...
The Board of Park Commissioners is looking into designating parks in town as “tobacco free.” Commissioner Bryan Meccariello brought up the idea at a park … more ...
The Town Council urged the state health office to deny further changes to Bradley hospital in a letter sent last week. Town Councilor Dawn Miceli … more ...

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Return of the king   Published Sep 16, 2014
When Betty Statkiewicz told The Summit At Plantsville’s Therapeutic Recreation Director Barbara Blau that she had enjoyed a visit from an Elvis impersonator and wished … more ...
The school board is establishing a Bring Your Own Device policy at the high school that would allow students to use their mobile devices on … more ...
When Steve Bergin took the ice bucket challenge for ALS last week, he felt the support of students and staff at Plantsville School and knew … more ...
Parents still had many questions and concerns after a forum was held at Strong School the night of Sept. 3 to address an infestation of … more ...
Three New York residents accused of trying to obtain expensive cell phones through identity theft are due to appear in court later this month. Jose … more ...
SYSL B Division recap   Published Sep 11, 2014
The Southington Youth Soccer League began B Division play on Sunday. Here are the results from Week 1 of play: COSMOS 4, EARTHQUAKES 4 Cosmos: … more ...
The Knights Inn hotel on Queen Street could be demolished to make way for a new family health center planned by Hartford HealthCare Corp. Plans … more ...
Town steps up to support heroes   Published Sep 9, 2014
Veterans will be recognized for their service and called to the football field at 6:45 p.m. on Friday night, Sept. 12 just before kick-off of … more ...
Police are investigating an armed robbery at the Burger King on Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike late the night of Sept. 2. Three or four men entered the … more ...
For those who plan on supporting their Blue Knights this fall, here is a brief overview of what each team will look like this coming … more ...
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