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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...

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...

Southington Strong brings the ‘social’ to ‘social media’

While residents of Southington practice “social distancing,” keeping away from others physically, the community is finding new ways to be intimate. Many are coming...

Bristol restaurants try to stay open as rules change

With Gov. Ned Lamont having signed an executive order limiting restaurants to non-alcoholic beverages and take-out/delivery services only, Bristol restaurants are being forced to...

Plainville Budget: Council discusses mill rate options, new budget schedule

Town council chairperson, Katherine Pugliese, called for a zero mill increase for the 2020-21 budget during the work session held on Monday, March 16....

State offers loan guidance during COVID-19 outbreak

Facing uncertain financial markets during a quickly-slowing economy, banking commissioner Jorge Perez issued guidance to Connecticut state-charted financial institutions on ways to provide relief...

TP giveaways are a good start: Donations for charities, SCS and BFL

Though forced to close doors under the governor’s mandate, one local fitness studio came up with an idea to help some of Southington’s most...

State offers guidance about loans during virus outbreak

Facing uncertain financial markets during a quickly-slowing economy, banking commissioner Jorge Perez issued guidance to Connecticut state-charted financial institutions on ways to provide relief...

Bristol Tech shows off student options

An open house was held recently at the Bristol Technical Education Center. Classes at the school at 431 Minor Rd. teach students automotive, culinary, and...

COVID 19 Update: Coronavirus prevention sparks cancellations in Southington

As the spread of the COVID-19 virus continues to stir health concerns in Connecticut, state and local officials continue to implement preventative measures to...

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