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Town set to recognize Memorial Day with parade and services

May 21, 2014
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Town set to recognize Memorial Day with parade and services

Officials have released the information regarding the schedule of memorial services and the annual parade in honor of Memorial Day, Monday, May 26 The American Legion, Kiltonic Post 72, will be conducting Memorial services at the following locations in Southington on the morning of May 26:  Panthorn Park at 7:45 a.m., Quinnipiac Cemetery at 8…

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New sewer rate structure set to begin in July

May 18, 2014
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In order to address a recurring shortfall in revenue and fairly assess annual costs based on actual use, the Southington Town Council has approved a number of changes to its sewer rate structure and billing methods, beginning in July. Currently, the system relies exclusively on water used during winter months to calculate bills that estimate…

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Sisters open upscale consignment boutique

May 17, 2014
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Sisters open upscale consignment boutique

By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer Looking back on their years growing up together, Traci Selinske and Suzanne Shamleffer have always wanted to open their own business. Having a passion for fashion, these two sisters not only played “dress up” as children, but also played the role of store owners, pretending to “sell” clothes to their…

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DePaolo announces third quarter honor roll

May 17, 2014
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DePaolo Middle School has announced its honor roll for the third marking period. Grade 6, First Honors: Abigail Abram, Emma Angelillo, Ryan Asido, Jordan Beaudoin, Patrick Bennett, Kelly Bergland, Emily Biscoglio, Matthew Biscoglio, Jordan Bishman, Samuel Bouchard, Kallie Candelaria, Trinity Cardillo, Christopher Chaplinsky, Amy Chudy, Jonathan Cocchiola, Rielley Coles, Ashlyn Curtis, Ryan Daddona, Katherine D’Agostino,…

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Knights beat Mother Nature;Boys tennis survives loss and weather to clinch postseason

May 17, 2014
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Knights beat Mother Nature;Boys tennis survives loss and weather to clinch postseason

By John Goralski Sports Writer The rains were still threatening when the Blue Knight tennis team was warming up before their game with Rocky Hill. Players were still pushing water off a few courts while Coach Tony Mauro cautioned players to broadcast any slips. But Mauro was determined to see how his team was going…

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Girls Lacrosse is winning as a team

May 16, 2014
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Girls Lacrosse is winning as a team

By John Goralski Sports Writer For 13 minutes of the second half, the Lady Knight lacrosse team clung to a 7-6 lead, and South Windsor threw everything they had at the problem. They rushed from the outside. They surged up the middle, but it was Southington that would finally break the drought. With 3:03 remaining,…

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Boys are back on top

May 16, 2014
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Boys are back on top

By John Goralski Sports Writer Stephen Barmore was in perfect form when he exploded from the gate at the sound of the starter’s pistol. Conditions were perfect as he opened his stride on the first sunny meet of the season, but it was the rare sound of feet just behind him that kep Barmore pushing…

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Girls tennis clinches tourney bid

May 16, 2014
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Girls tennis clinches tourney bid

By John Goralski Sports Writer The Lady Knight tennis team shook off their first loss of the season to score back-to-back shutouts. With a 7-0 win over East Hartford on Friday, the girls improved to 8-1 overall and qualified for the state tournament. “That was goal number one, and we achieved that almost as quickly…

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Knights hit their stride; Baseball survives grueling three-game stretch

May 16, 2014
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Knights hit their stride; Baseball survives grueling three-game stretch

By John Goralski Sports Writer Charlie Lembo sauntered out to his baseball team waving two game balls in his right hand and a smile beaming across his face. Storm clouds were already gathering in the Wednesday night sky. Southington’s four-game marathon would be cut short with the impending rains, but for the third time in…

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Turning Earth has submitted plans to come to town

May 16, 2014
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Turning Earth, an organics recycling company headquartered in King of Prussia, Penn., in partnership with Covanta, recently submitted plans to build a new, $20 million state-of the-art organics recycling facility in Southington. The proposed facility would be the first integrated high solids anaerobic digestion and in-vessel composting facility in the Northeast where it will recycle…

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