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Town applies for grants to fix bridges

By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer The Town Council voted unanimously to approve grant applications for the deck replacements of both the West Center Street and the Spring Street bridges. Town Manager Garry Brumback said the Connecticut Department of Transportation (ConnDOT)…

Tennis continues to shine

By John Goralski
Luke Pfanzelt returns a volley during a 5-2 win over EO Smith on May 21. Pfanzelt improved to 14-0 with just two matches remaining.

By John Goralski Sports Writer Tony Mauro had already circled the last week on his schedule, but the  Blue Knight tennis coach is starting to learn that regular season measuring sticks are becoming harder and harder to find. One-sided losses…

Mercy me; Softball is on a roll

By John Goralski
Bella Russo slides into third base during a 15-0 victory over New Britain on Tuesday, May 20.

By John Goralski Sports Writer The Lady Knights seemed to hold back on the kill like an executioner showing a hint of mercy. On Wednesday, May 21, the Southington softball team surged to an 8-0 lead over Simsbury by the…

Farm offers C.S.A. program to area

Lewis Farm supports Community Supported Agriculture (C.A.S.).

By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer Rays of sun beamed on tomato plants all aligned in rows at Lewis Educational Agriculture Farm (L.E.A.F.) as workers prepped for the new growing season. This year marks the second year in which L.E.A.F. has…