Accuweather says brace yourself for cooler spring

March 26, 2013
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Accuweather says brace yourself for cooler spring

Midwest, Northeast to Endure Cold Waves Well into April   State College, Pa. — 26 March 2013 — AccuWeather.com reports while April will not be as cold as March, thanks to the strengthening sun, pockets of cold air will continue their invasion from the northern Plains to the Midwest and Northeast into the first half…

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Calendar listings for the week of March 22

March 25, 2013
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Music listings   FRIDAY, MARCH 22 BRISTOL THE RUINS. 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Gateway Café, 211 Riverside Ave., Bristol. (860) 516-4601.   SICK SINSE SUNDAY. Downtown Café, 118 Main St., Bristol. DowntownCafeCT.com   OTHER KARAOKE AND DANCE PARTY DJ. Free pool. No cover before 8 p.m. Illusions Dance Club and Restaurant, 1639 Wolcott Rd.,…

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Election reform forum held by congressional reps in Farmington

March 25, 2013
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The Observer received the following press release: TUESDAY: LARSON, ESTY TO HOST FORUM ON ELECTION REFORM   (Hartford) – Tuesday, March 26th, Congressman John B. Larson, Chairman of the Task Force on Election Reform, and Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty will host a forum on Election Reform. Currently, corporations and special interests have the ability to spend…

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Southington Education Foundation partners with HQ Dumpsters

March 25, 2013
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Southington’s own HQ Dumpsters & Recycling has partnered with the Southington Education Foundation (SEF) to help fund creative educational programming in our community’s classrooms. HQ Dumpsters & Recycling will donate $25 to the Southington Education Foundation for each new residential account it acquires over the next six months – up to $25,000. In addition, homeowners…

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State legislators talk mandates with Town Council

March 24, 2013
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By Ed Harris Editor Most of Southington’s state legislators recently met with the Town Council and unfunded mandates, the possible elimination of the car tax and the MORE commission were the main topics of discussion. The state and town officials had planned on having this meeting earlier in the year, when the legislative session had…

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Support the turf field with engraved bricks

March 24, 2013
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By Ed Harris Editor Southington High School sports fans will literally be able to stamp their support for the Blue Knights with an engraved brick paver. The pavers will be displayed in a combined patio and walkway adjacent to the newly installed turf field. The Turf Committee is offering the bricks to help support the…

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Microgrid project finalist is from Southington

March 23, 2013
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By Marc Silvestrini Special to The Observer Twenty-seven potential microgrid projects from across the state, including three in area towns, have advanced to a final round of evaluation for funding, state officials said earlier this month. The 27 projects were among 36 the state received in response to a Request for Proposals under its new…

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Starbucks reopens following early morning bomb threat

March 22, 2013
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By Ed Harris   The Starbucks on Queen Street is back open, following an early morning bomb threat. Police responded to Starbucks just before 8 a.m., following a telephone threat. Five employees and 20 customers were evacuated from the premises. “The threat was they were going to blow up the establishment,” said Police Spokesman Sgt.…

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Best for last; Swimmers continue to set best times at Class LL finals

March 22, 2013
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Best for last; Swimmers continue to set best times at Class LL finals

By John Goralski Sports Writer Joe Taglia trimmed more than a tenth of a second off his qualifying time in the 400 freestyle relay, and Adam Sokolowski beat his time by almost a second and a half on the very next leg. Kolton Jankowski trimmed nearly five seconds in the third leg, and Bryan Adie…

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