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Library board recommends new building in Southington

After months of planning, the library board has settled on a recommendation for the library renovation project. Recently, the board recommended that town officials...

‘Stay Safe, Stay Home’…or get off the beaten path

Gov. Ned Lamont has urged all Connecticut residents to “Stay Safe, Stay Home” to help minimize community spread of COVID-19. The state parks and...

Mangia Faccia club donates toys for tots

The Raya Clinic along with the Mangia Faccia club are celebrating their 12th consecutive year—and a record year—of collecting toys for tots. From left,...

Area libraries provide escape from boredom

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, events and venues are closing their doors in an effort to reduce the spread of the virus,...

Luck of the Irish saves Blaney Brothers show

Maybe it was the luck of the Irish. As a wave of concert, school, and event closing swept the state late last week, The...

Review: How the Grinch stole the show

by MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR When Dr. Seuss’s tales are translated to mediums outside of his books and the classic TV animated specials, it seems to...

When the magnolias bloom

In the South, when the magnolias bloom with their red-toned petals, you know spring is here. No wonder, when it comes to spring fashion,...

Review: Pentatonix keeps the holiday fresh

by MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR The problem, sometimes, with Christmas music is that after having heard some songs a kazillion times over on the radio, on...

Southington Elks Club turns 75

The Southington Elks Lodge No. 1669 is celebrating 75 years of charity work in the town of Southington. With over 550 members, the organization...

Police blotter for the Dec. 20 edition

The Plainville Police Department announced the following arrests and citations from Monday, Dec. 9 to Monday, Dec. 16: Alex Correa, 31, of 186...

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