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Legislative session begins: How do state issues affect Plainville residents?

The Connecticut Conference of Municipalities released a comprehensive list of legislative proposals spanning topics such as the opioid epidemic, regional service sharing, and transportation...

State of the town: Town leaders recap last year, look to the future

The Plainville Chamber of Commerce hosted the 2020 state of the town presentation last week at the town library, where town officials recapped some...

Rehearsals begin for SHS almuni band

Recently, rehearsals began for the first Southington High School Alumni Band. There are over 50 members so far representing numerous years, including instrumentalists from...

Imagine Nation gets Heritage Grant

Imagine Nation, A Museum Early Learning Center located at 1 Pleasant St., Bristol announced it has been awarded a $3,000 grant from the Farmington...

ECCS earns $4,000 grant

On Thursday, Jan. 16 the Early Childhood Collaborative of Southington (ECCS) was presented with a $4,000 grant at the annual women and girls fund...

Chippens Hill student shows off her inventive personality

by JAMILA YOUNG STAFF WRITER The 2020 Young Inventor of the Year competition is underway. A Chippens Hill Middle School student is representing the city. Connecticut Youth...

BOE approves budget by split vote

SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER The Southington Board of Education has voted, 6-3, to approve a 2020-21 budget request of $101,628,444 at an increase of 3.12%. The...

Superintendent asks for 2.61% increase to $39.2 million next year

TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER Steven LePage, superintendent of Plainville Community Schools, announced that he will be proposing a $39,227,677 budget for the 2020-21 school year; an...

Still time to register at Tunxis

Tunxis Community College in Farmington will offer late-start courses and accelerated online offerings this spring in addition to its traditional semester classes. Students can...

Catholic Schools Week underway

Catholic Schools Week began on Sunday, Jan. 26. St. Paul Catholic High School hosted the two Bristol Catholic elementary schools for a Mass Monday...

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