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College bound; Kosienski, Wershoven sign commitments to NCAA programs

February 14, 2013
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College bound; Kosienski, Wershoven sign  commitments to NCAA programs

By John Goralski Sports Writer They picked up their pens with the precision of a synchronized swimming team, and began scrawling their signatures across the papers before them. Since cutting their teeth on youth travel teams, Erica Kosienski and Nicole Wershoven have been charging towards the goal as a tandem. This time there was just…

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Storm cleanup is a slow process

February 13, 2013
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Storm cleanup is a slow process

By Rob Glidden Staff Writer Southington residents and officials spent several days trying to dig the town out from over two feet of snow left behind by a historic blizzard that overwhelmed the state on Friday evening. Governor Dannel Malloy declared a state of emergency in Connecticut at noon on Friday, when the snow was…

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Schools closed again Wednesday, scheduled to reopen on Thursday

February 12, 2013
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The Southington Board of Education has announced through phone calls and email that the Southington public and parochial schools, all evening classes, all extra-curricular activities and all out-of-town transportation are cancelled for Tuesday, February 12. All school offices are also closed. All schools will reopen on Thursday, barring any additional weather event.  

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Southington schools closed Tuesday

February 11, 2013
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The Southington Board of Education has announced through phone calls and email that the Southington public and parochial schools, all evening classes, all extra-curricular activities and all out-of-town transportation are cancelled for Tuesday, February 12. All school offices are also closed.

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Schools closed on Monday

February 10, 2013
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The Southington Board of Education has announced through phone calls and email that the Southington public and parochial schools, all evening classes, all extra-curricular activities and all out-of-town transportation are cancelled for Monday, February 11. All school offices are also closed.

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‘Southington is in great shape’; Grand List rises by $450,000

February 8, 2013
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By Rob Glidden Staff Writer Town officials looked back on a busy year and discussed the challenges of the next 12 months during the State of the Town event at the Manor Inn. The relatively new tradition was introduced by the Chamber of Commerce in 2010 and this year’s dinner event included comments from several…

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Snow storm closes Southington schools

February 7, 2013
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The Southington Board Of Education has announced that all Public Schools will be closed Tomorrow, Friday February 8th 2013.   Also all Parochial schools will be closed.  There will be no after school activities and no continuing Education Classes.

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Kennedy School staff to battle on the hardwood

February 5, 2013
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John F. Kennedy Middle School is getting ready to show great school spirit! Sticking with the Asset Building Classroom, and Southington Town-Wide Initiative to Promote Success (STEPS), the school is having a staff basketball game. Admission is $1, with proceeds going to the cheerleading team’s uniforms. This is no ordinary game, and the build up…

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Referendum set for March 19

January 31, 2013
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By Rob Glidden Staff Writer The fate of the updated middle school renovations projects rests in the hands of Southington’s voters, now that the Town Council has officially scheduled a town referendum for Tuesday, March 19. The electorate has already expressed approval of the proposal to renovate Kennedy and DePaolo Middle Schools – in 2011,…

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School board asks for $85.3 million; Funds include full-day kindergarten proposal

January 30, 2013
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By Rob Glidden Staff Writer The Board of Education approved a school budget of $85.3 million for the next fiscal year that includes the funds necessary to launch a full-day kindergarten program. The recommended budget represents a 3.51 percent increase over the previous year. This is a reduction of about $900,000 from the proposal presented…

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