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BOF okays purchase of land on Shrub Rd.

TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER The Board of Finance unanimously approved Jan. 22 an “additional appropriation of $2.1 million funded by bonding and appropriation” to acquire two...

The ‘Oscars’ of education: Toffolon teacher receives prestigious state award

TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER Michael Zaba, a Plainville art teacher, was presented with a $25,000 unrestricted Milken Educator Award on Wednesday, Jan. 23, by Connecticut Commissioner...

Remediation plans considered for former construction site

SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER The White Oak parcel of land next to the municipal center in downtown Plainville has been a subject of conversation as plans...

Legislative breakfast Feb. 20

The Central Connecticut Chamber of Commerce will host the annual legislative breakfast on Wednesday, Feb. 20, from 8 to 10 a.m., at the DoubleTree...

Senior volunteers to get tax relief

City Council approved the Senior Volunteer Tax Relief program for 2019, during the Tuesday, Jan. 8, meeting. According to a press release from City Hall,...

Locals rally to help workers hurt by government shutdown

By SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER As the partial government shutdown continues, Southington’s community service organizations stand ready with open arms to serve the families and individuals...

Modern Formals owners recognized by Walter Camp foundation

By SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER Brothers Sal Dominello Jr. and John Dominello, owners of Modern Formals with locations in Southington, Plainville, Middletown and North Haven, were...

Officials discuss a decade of growth in Plainville budgets

By TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER Town Council and Board of Education members heard a presentation from Town Manager Robert Lee and Superintendent Dr. Maureen Brummett on...

Town officials share the ‘state of the town’

By SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER From a financial perspective, it’s all about balance, Town Council chair Kathy Pugliese shared at the “state of the town” meeting...

Local family wins national invention contest

By SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER A Southington family beat out thousands of inventors to claim the top prize in the nationwide Frito-Lay variety packs’ “Dreamvention” contest....

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