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During pandemic, increase in number of suspicious pro tennis matches

The group charged with monitoring gambling and punishing corruption in tennis found a near-doubling in the number of suspect matches during the first three...

Plymouth mayor wants to use $295K in surplus funds to keep tax rate flat...

PLYMOUTH – Mayor David V. Merchant proposed dipping into the town’s surplus funds to keep the tax rate flat for 2020-21. “If there was...

Editorial: The sound of silence

The announcement of our closure came as we were assembling this edition, but it wasn’t a complete surprise. As a free community newspaper with...

BOF passes adjusted budget, slashes increase to 0.42%

The board of finance approved the 2020-21 budget with a 0.42% increase to the mill rate on March 30 during a special meeting via...

Services continue as local COVID-19 numbers climb

As of Monday, March 30, the Connecticut Department of Public Health confirmed 16 cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Southington. Across the state, there are...

LISA, Inc. and CSI seek additional funding for essential services

The day to day lives of staff and clients at Community Solutions, Inc., the organization that LISA, Inc. (Living in Safe Alternatives) recently merged...

Schools adjust to shifting demands

Though facing unprecedented times, the Southington Public School system is coming together as a team to continue educating Southington’s students from home amidst the...

Welcome back: You’re the Tops

Tops Marketplace shoppers were greeted to full shelves and fresh produce, and it couldn’t have come at a better time. “We’re going to rebuild,”...

Bristol Health CEO tests positive for COVID-19

Bristol Health President & CEO, Kurt Barwis tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday, March 30. “After experiencing some normal cold symptoms on Friday evening, and...

Commentary: Chamber is helping during crisis

With each new development surrounding the COVID-19, businesses are facing tough decisions and a heightened level of uncertainty as both owners and employers. Most...

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