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Airing it out; The receivers set the stage, and the defense delivers

September 27, 2013
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Airing it out; The receivers set the stage, and the defense delivers

By John Goralski Sports Writer In less than two minutes, Southington scored. One minute later, they had another chance to put points on the board. Last fall the Knights needed a miracle catch on the final play of the game to end Manchester’s hopes. This year it was over before it started…and over…and over. Southington…

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Turning the page; Knights are ahead of the curve in 2013

September 27, 2013
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Turning the page; Knights are ahead of the curve in 2013

By John Goralski Sports Writer Coach Dave Yanosy approached the team huddle with a wide grin. With two second half goals, they scored their first victory over Hall in years. With two wins last week, they’ve already broken last year’s totals for wins and goals. Yanosy drank in his team’s excitement for a few seconds…

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Surviving the course; Perkowski, Garrison pace the Knights at Sloper

September 27, 2013
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Surviving the course; Perkowski, Garrison pace the Knights at Sloper

By John Goralski Sports Writer Lauren Perkowski emerged from the woods in a sea of red jerseys and elbowed for position as they wound their way down one of the course’s steep hills. Her teammate, Sean Garrison, had already prevailed in the boys race, outlasting all but one on Southington’s new and improved cross-country course.…

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Southington school receives state grant money

September 26, 2013
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By Ed Harris Editor Southington School Supt. Dr. Joseph Erardi is appreciative of a recently announced state grant that will allow for better security at ALTA, but he was hoping to receive enough grant money to increase security measures at all of the schools in the district. He is hoping further funding comes from a…

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Soldier returns home, surprises children

September 26, 2013
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Soldier returns home, surprises children

By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer Madison Howes, a third grade student at Flanders Elementary School, took part in a reading celebration with her classmates and teachers on Monday. This was one of many reading celebrations in which students share their favorite books with a reading buddy. When one of the reading teachers chose Madison to…

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Southington’s Miceli appointed to state board

September 25, 2013
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By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer The Face of Connecticut Steering Committee has appointed a new member familiar to Southington: Town Councilor Dawn Miceli. The Face of Connecticut Steering Committee has 12 members statewide who review and allocate funds to preserve farmland, historic preservation, open space and affordable housing. House Majority Leader Joe Aresimowicz, who represents…

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Y Cup returns to Apple road race

September 24, 2013
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By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer Southington’s 45th annual Apple Harvest Festival plans to continue one of its new additions to the road race for youngsters: the Y Cup. The Y Cup is a relay for fourth and fifth graders of all eight elementary schools to participate in the 5 K (3.1 miles) race on Sunday,…

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Hospital hosts fashion gala for cancer center

September 23, 2013
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By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer The Hospital of Central Connecticut Bradley Memorial campus plans to kick off its annual Fashion Gala later this month to raise money for new medical equipment and the new cancer center currently under construction. The event will take place on Monday, Sept. 30 at the Aqua Turf in Plantsville. Festivities…

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Garden club to sponsor fairy village at Apple Harvest Festival

September 22, 2013
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Garden club to sponsor fairy  village at Apple Harvest Festival

By Ed Harris Editor The Orchard Valley Garden Club will once again host a fairy village on the ground of the Barnes Museum during the Apple Harvest Festival. This is the second year the garden club has sponsored the village and visitors will be given fairy bracelets to warn the fairies of their entrance and…

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Zoning tables Bread for Life decision; Parents upset with proposed location

September 22, 2013
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By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer Over a dozen parents flocked to a Planning and Zoning meeting last week to voice their concerns over Bread for Life’s potential new home across from Derynoski Elementary School. Bread for Life, a non profit organization that provides hot meals to people in need five days a week, has proposed…

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