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Water department requests mandatory water restrictions

June 28, 2016
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Sprinkler

By JOHN GORALSKIEDITOR The Southington Water Department (SWD) is still avoiding words such as “water shortage” or “drought,” but that hasn’t kept them from taking action. With no forecast for significant rain in the near future, officials are taking proactive steps to avoid problems during the summer months. The Quinnipiac River still hasn’t dropped to its…

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Bees keep division hopes alive

July 1, 2016
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Box score In 140 Characters or Less:Thanks to big nights from Jon Griffin and seven doubles from their offense, the Bees took the series vs. Somerset with an 8-7 win. The Game Changed When…: ……No one could know it at the time, but the game…

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Lost keys recovered: Contact SPD

July 1, 2016
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Lost and found

The Southington Police Department is holding two sets of keys that have been found in Southington. The keys are being held at the dispatch center in the Southington Police Station on Lazy Lane. The first set was discovered, along with several store cards, in the…

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Dancin’ to the Dyn-O-Myte Disco Review

June 30, 2016
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Music on The Green-Dyn-O-Myte Disco Review (5)

Southington residents strapped on their dancing shoes and took to the streets during the most recent installment of the town’s Music on the Green concert series. On Wednesday, June 22, the Dyn-O-Myte Disco Review blasted the center of town with disco music from the 1970s,…

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Main Street Community Foundation hosts annual scholarship reception

June 30, 2016
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Main Street Community Foundation (WEB)

By MIKE CHAIKENEDITIONS EDITOR Local recipients of scholarships had a chance to meet the people who offer the scholarships at the annual scholarship reception offered by the Main Street Foundation last Wednesday. Susan Sadecki, CEO and president of the foundation, said 130 individual students received scholarships…

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Carousel summer hours in place starting Friday

June 30, 2016
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Starting Friday, July 1, Bushnell Park Carousel will have new summer hours in place. The carousel will be open to the public Wednesday through Sunday, from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. These new hours will last through the months of July and August. Take a…

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Bees set sights on series win

June 30, 2016
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NEW BRITAIN BEES (32-33) AT SOMERSET PATRIOTS (36-30) ========== In 140 Characters or Less: The Bees look to take their third straight game, and the series, against the the Somerset Patriots! First pitch 7:05PM! Series: In a wild back-and-forth third game of four from TD…

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Bees take 2nd straight from Patriots

June 30, 2016
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Box score In 140 Characters or Less:The Bees’ kept their division hopes alive with a 8-7 victory over the Somerset Patriots in a wild back-and-forth contest from TD Bank Ballpark. The Game Changed When…: ……Greg Golson, who had tripled with one out in the eighth…

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Scoreboard for the July 1 edition

June 30, 2016
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Scoreboard - SHS

These are the scores for games played between Monday, June 20 and Sunday, June 26. For more in depth coverage, read us in print or on-line. American Legion Baseball Winsted 3, Southington 2 Wednesday, June 22 At Walker Field, Winsted SOUTHINGTON Player ab r h…

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They went from ‘Rags’ to trophies at St. Paul

June 30, 2016
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Dana Wilton, left, and Tessa Coleman, who performed in the St. Paul Catholic High School production of ‘Rags,’ pose with the trophies they received for their performances from the Connecticut High School Musical Theater Awards.

By MIKE CHAIKENEDITIONS EDITOR One performer is ready to keep on moving up the talent ladder at St. Paul Catholic High School. And another one is excited to be leaving on a high note as she heads out into the wide wide world. Dana Wilton, a…

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