Offer to buy well moves ahead in vote   Published Jul 23, 2014
A committee of the New Britain Common Council voted Thursday to accept the Southington Water Department’s $1.3 million offer to buy the Patton Brook well. New Britain Water Department officials said the well is “fully depreciated” and needs between $500,000 … more ...
For Southington-based writer Karoline Barrett, a literary goal was achieved last fall with the publication of her first novel, “The Art of Being Rebekkah”. While the book has been in print for several months, she continues to field book signing … more ...
The town is anticipating legal action over its rejection of a bid by Covanta Energy for recycling services. The town, along with 13 others in a regional group, contracts with Covanta to take municipal solid waste. A stipulation in that … more ...
Developers looking to boost the housing options downtown could also reinvigorate the town’s center, according to officials and former residents. The expanded housing will probably come in the form of apartment or condominium buildings, which are more lucrative for developers. … more ...
Golf Classic date and time announced   Published Jul 22, 2014
The annual Golf Classic to benefit Easter Seals will be held Tuesday, September 16, at Watertown Golf Club, 246 Guernseytown Rd., Watertown. The $200 entry covers 18 holes of golf, green fees, cart, continental breakfast, lunch, dinner with awards ceremony, … more ...
Fresh news at 11   Published Jul 22, 2014
There are some new Boys of Summer. They may be smaller and much younger than the originals, the Brooklyn Dodgers of the 1950s, but they seem to have a greater knack for postseason success. And they literally are boys. A … more ...
Residents hoping to enjoy a cheesy treat with a side of philanthropy can visit Brixx Pizza at 131 Center Steet through Aug. 31. Owner Steve Olderman says he will donate one dollar per pizza for every customer that comes in … more ...
The American Legion is raising money to make sure two police dogs have the equipment they need to stay safe on the job. Stephen Pintarich, past commander of the local American Legion post, said he got the idea for the … more ...
Some spoke against putting a moratorium on internally illuminated signs during the Planning and Zoning Commission meeting July 16, but the panel approved one anyway. Last month, the commission announced that it would be looking into eliminating internally illuminated signs … more ...
Police issued infractions to seven people after receiving a report of an underage drinking party on Kathryn Lane July 19, the second report of underage drinking police responded to that day. Samantha Caiaze, 20, of Southington, was charged with permitting … more ...
Since she was 9 years old, Annalisa Sega has been raising money for the March of Dimes. Her first effort was a talent show at Plantsville Congregational Church. Sega, 18, was born nine weeks early, weighing a little more than … more ...

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One July 11, a crane was present for several days hauling new air conditioning units to the roof of the high school and removing old ones as part of an energy saving initiative. Certain areas around the school have been … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — A car going east on Interstate 84 July 16 went off the road and over an embankment, landing in the Eight Mile River. The fire department and state police responded to the call at about 6:30 p.m. They … more ...
About 20 years ago Melissa Ericksen-Salmon asked herself if she had to write her eulogy, what would her family, friends, and community remember about her? “I realized at that point my community would say, ‘Who is she?’ ” she said. … more ...
Construction crews have begun tearing pieces off the old Interstate 84 bridge that rests near the highway and is slated for demolition. The bridge deck was lifted off the eastbound side of the highway late last month during the bridge … more ...
Board of Education members learned at their meeting July 10 that 95 percent of parents were pleased with the experience their child had during the first year of a full-day kindergarten program. Interim School Superintendent Karen Smith told the board … more ...
Colorful fruits and vegetables were piled in baskets and on tables under tents on the Town Green for the opening of the town’s farmers market July 11. Annette Hahl, of Plantsville, carefully picked up two tomatoes and put them into … more ...
Umpires are criticized on a daily basis. Whether a strike or a ball, safe or out, a warning or an ejection, the boys in blue are constantly critiqued for their well thought out decisions. While Little League baseball doesn’t provide … more ...
Umpires are criticized on a daily basis. Whether a strike or a ball, safe or out, a warning or an ejection, the boys in blue are constantly critiqued. While Little League baseball doesn’t provide nearly as much backlash from fans … more ...
A Southington nursing home has been fined by the state Department of Public Health for accidents involving patients. The Summit at Plantsville in Southington was fined $1,230 after a patient fell while a nurse went to get a walker. Another … more ...
The Board of Police Commissioners has unanimously approved new department general orders that require competitive tests and public job postings for all new part- and full-time hires. The former orders gave the chief authority over hiring recommendations. New orders also … more ...
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