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Fund raiser for Prudence Crandall Center at Applebee’s, April 30

April 18, 2014
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Fund raiser for Prudence Crandall Center at Applebee’s, April 30

Brooke Murdock, Miss Plainville’s Outstanding Teen 2014 is holding a “Dining to Donate” fundraiser for the Prudence Crandall Center on Wednesday, April 30 at Applebee’s in Plainville, 270 New Britain Ave., from 11 to 12 a.m. You can obtain a voucher at the Downtown Cafe, 118 Main St., Bristol or email a request to CTproud14@aol.com.…

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Tunxis holds career fair next Tuesday

April 18, 2014
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TunxisCommunity College will host a Career Fair on Tuesday, April 22 from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the AdministrationBuilding corridor. The public is invited to attend free of charge. Organizations seeking to hire, as well as job placement agencies, will be represented by over…

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Plainville Farmer’s Market readies to open in June

April 18, 2014
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Plainville Farmer’s Market readies to open in June

The Farmers Market of Plainville will be opening for its third season on June 27, and will be running every Friday for 12 weeks. Located at the PlainvilleHigh School on Route 10, this summer the market will feature seven vendors for fresh fruits and vegetables,…

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Out to a great start; Girls Lacrosse earns 2 convincing victories

April 18, 2014
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Out to a great start; Girls Lacrosse earns 2 convincing victories

By John Goralski Sports Writer Southington sent wave after wave into the East Catholic zone, pinning the Eagles deep in their zone. East Catholic managed just five shots in the second half. The Lady Knights held them to just one score. It was hard to…

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Blue Knights cruise past Hall; Boys Track team wins easily in the season opener

April 18, 2014
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Blue Knights cruise past Hall; Boys Track team wins easily in the season opener

By John Goralski Sports Writer Stephen Barmore came just a few tenths of a second from qualifying for the postseason in three events. Matt Bennett has two qualifying distances under his belt. The Blue Knights wasted no time in their pursuit of the 2014 postseason.…

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Searching for perfection; Softball still isn’t satisfied with 2 lopsided wins

April 18, 2014
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Searching for perfection; Softball still isn’t satisfied with 2 lopsided wins

By John Goralski Sports Writer Davina Hernandez’ voice cracked and sputtered as she greeted reporters on the mound at the end of her first week. The big smile was from a pair of lopsided victories. The broken voice was from her untiring work on the…

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Scouts receive message from space

April 18, 2014
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By Lisa Capobianco Staff Reporter All it took was one click on Twitter for Boy Scout Troop 45 of St. Paul’s Church in Southington to ultimately communicate with NASA astronaut Rick Mastracchio. The Scouts were viewing Mastracchio’s Twitter account one day when they stumbled upon…

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Local students are inventive

April 18, 2014
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Local students are inventive

By Lisa Capobianco Staff Reporter Fourth grader Joey Mazzarella of Thalberg School always knew it was difficult for students to carry their lunches every day while walking the hallways with their backpacks in tow. In order to make lunch time less stressful, he created “Lunch…

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Bradley to close inpatient unit; Emergency room to remain open

April 18, 2014
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By Lisa Capobianco Staff Reporter Representatives from Bradley Memorial Hospital have reassured town officials that the hospital will remain in use, despite the recent announcement of the desire to close the inpatient unit. In a memo sent to all employees of the hospital last week,…

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