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Editorial: The best and the worst of us

It’s hard to believe that this is the third edition since coronavirus stories first began to appear in the pages of the Southington Observer....

Commentary: Youth council has already done a full year’s work

Due to the situation we are facing, not only as a community but as a nation, we thought it would be a great opportunity...
Local students are settling in for home schooling. A St. Paul Catholic student, above, has her tablet on her kitchen table to continue lessons at her school.

Learning continues during virus outbreak

As schools around the state have closed due to COVID-19, St  Paul Catholic High School is making sure their students are still getting an...

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...

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...

Fortier announces bid for 31st senate district

Councilwoman Mary Fortier has announced her candidacy for the 31st State Senate District which includes Bristol, Plainville, Plymouth, Thomaston, and part of Harwinton. Her...

‘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...

Commentary: It’s not just the spring season that’s affected

Since the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference’s decision to cancel winter sporting events on March 10, a lot has happened.  Professional sports leagues are shut...

Coach of the year: Hall-Southington ice hockey coach is an inspiration to players, fans

Since last summer, it has been a hard-fought journey for Brian Cannon.  After being diagnosed with cancer last summer and losing a leg in...

Food distribution points for children: Schools offer take-out for home schoolers

Beginning Wednesday, March 25, children age 18 and under who live in Bristol, and are interested in picking up food will have several options...

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