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Kennedy announces fourth quarter honor roll

August 8, 2013
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Kennedy Middle School recently announced its honor roll for the fourth marking period. Sixth grade, first honors: David Ackerman, Emma Agli, Ethan Agli, Kristen Angeli, Ashley Anglis, Aparna Athreya, Celia Bajrami, Reilly Baker, Kylin Banks, Abigail Barbour, Connor Baston, Evan Belcourt, Kylie Benton, Domenic Bernard, Mary Bilodeau, Karla Blake, Michaela Blumetti, Seth Bogoslofski, Taylor Borla,…

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New bakery opens on Queen Street

August 7, 2013
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New bakery opens on Queen Street

By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer Simply Sweet has given Queen Street another place to eat on top of its already existing restaurants and bakeries. Located in the T.J. Maxx Plaza, Simply Sweet is a bakeshop and café filled with 10 to 15 different kinds of cupcakes, brownies with a chocolate-ganache topping and an assortment of…

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Man arrested for allegedly stealing hangun

August 5, 2013
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Man arrested for allegedly stealing hangun

A local man was arrested on charges that he stole a handgun from a parked car in the Stop & Shop Parking lot. On Sunday, August 4, police arrested Artur Kasinski, 21, of Southington, after he allegedly entered an unlocked vehicle that was parked in the parking lot. After stealing the handgun, he was seen…

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Man arrested on sexual assault charges

August 5, 2013
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Man arrested on sexual assault charges

A local man was arrested on Wednesday, July 31 on an assortment of sexual assault charges. , 20, of Southington, was charged with three counts of second degree sexual assault, fourth degree sexual assault and four counts of risk of injury/impairing the morals of a minor. Bond was set at $75,000 with an August 1…

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Thirty-four youths arrested for underage drinking

August 5, 2013
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Thirty-four youths were recently cited for underage drinking at party on Pheasant Run. At close to midnight on Friday, August 2, officers were dispatched to 46 Pheasant Run on a report of an underage drinking party. Upon arrival, officers observed several people run into the house and turn off all of the interior lights. While…

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Young ladies to paint mural at Southington Library

August 5, 2013
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Young ladies to paint mural at Southington Library

By Ed Harris Editor A small group of young ladies has begun brainstorming a mural that will hang in the Southington Library. The mural is possible thanks to a grant from the Community Foundation of New Britain. This is another part of the grant that allowed the library to recently purchase a 3D printer. “We…

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Without question; Meghan McNicholas-Leggett set the standard for team players

August 4, 2013
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Without question; Meghan McNicholas-Leggett set the standard for team players

By John Goralski Sports Writer Maybe it was because of a late season slump that former Lady Knight softball coach Joe Piazza sent his prized sophomore to the plate to bat left-handed in the 1990 Class LL championship game. Maybe it was because his team was trailing by one run, and the coach saw something…

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Connecticut Icon competition to hold auditions on Sept. 21

August 4, 2013
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The search has begun for the next Connecticut Icon. Auditions begin on Saturday, Sept. 21 at Derynoski School, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Twelve finalists will be selected. All auditions will be in A cappella. This is the fifth year of the singing competition, which is open to state residents ages 9 and up.…

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Making a run; Southington South all-stars are looking for their 3rd title

August 2, 2013
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Making a run; Southington South all-stars are looking for their 3rd title

On Sunday, July 28, the Southington South All-Stars had a chance to make history, but officials waved off play when the locals fell behind by 10 runs. Newington had rallied to an 11-1 lead before play was called in the fourth inning. There were no Southington players running onto the field with fists pumping wildly.…

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Festival brings food and memories

August 2, 2013
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Festival brings food and memories

By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer Broccoli rabe, gelato, a tribute to Elvis Presley and a saint procession brought a crowd to Southington’s ninth annual Italian American Festival last weekend. But the festival also brought a crowd to relive the memories of Italian heritage and traditions. Eating a bowl of sufrite under the UNICO tent, Bill…

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