Police make arrest in Dec. 3 robbery at Farmington Savings Bank

January 7, 2013
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The Southington Police Department has made an arrest in relation to the December 3 robbery at Farmington Savings Bank. Earlier this morning, Robert Armstrong, 35, of 22 Dunham Drive, Berlin, turned himself into police after learning of a warrant for his arrest. He was charged with third degree robbery and fifth degree larceny. Bond was…

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DePaolo’s Palmieri named 2013 CAS Middle School Principal of the Year

January 6, 2013
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DePaolo’s Palmieri named 2013 CAS Middle School Principal of the Year

Christopher Palmieri, assistant principal of DePaolo Middle School, was selected as the 2013 CAS Middle School Assistant Principal of the Year. DePaolo Principal Frank Pepe, who nominated Palmieri for the award, describes Palmieri as “a rarity of both knowledge and leadership who gives 100% all the time.” Palmieri, now in his eighth year as assistant…

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Girls Basketball rebounds from loss; Knights dominate Suffield at year’s end

January 5, 2013
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Girls Basketball rebounds from loss; Knights dominate Suffield at year’s end

By John Goralski Sports Writer Last season, a lopsided loss to Suffield gave the Lady Knights a lot to think about at the turn of the calendar. It spiraled the team below .500 for the first time that season. It capped a three game losing streak at the end of the year that set the…

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Crystal ball; Looking into the new year

January 5, 2013
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By Rob Glidden Staff Writer Southington officials are proud of the town’s accomplishments over the last year and hope that 2013 will bring more progress, but a tough economy is expected to bring difficulties. “There’s a whole slate of items we’re looking at,” said Town Council Chairman John Dobbins. “It’s going to be more difficult…

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Town hopes 2013 brings phosphorous answers

January 4, 2013
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By Rob Glidden Staff Writer After years of wondering how Southington could manage the difficult and expensive task of managing phosphorous in the town’s wastewater, officials say 2013 could begin with some more progress on this issue. The town has been nervous about the phosphorous question since 2009, when officials learned of the mandate, conceived…

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Knights win SHS Duals; Wrestlers rally from behind in the finals

January 4, 2013
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Knights win SHS Duals; Wrestlers rally from behind in the finals

By John Goralski Sports Writer The three point lead was more than Derek Dion could have hoped for as his Knights entered the final bout of the championship match. On Saturday, Dec. 29, the Blue Knights trailed Winchester, Mass. by 21 points at the beginning of the final round, but a hard fought decision and…

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Violent videogame return program announced

January 4, 2013
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SouthingtonSOS is hosting a violent videogame return program at the Southington Drive-in next weekend. The returned videogames will be trashed and participants will receive a gift certificate from sponsors and businesses that are a member of the Southington Chamber of Commerce. The videogame return program was spurred by the recent shootings in Newtown that left…

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Fans of princesses (and heroes), here comes ‘Disney on Ice’

January 3, 2013
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Fans of princesses (and heroes), here comes ‘Disney on Ice’

By MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR Ariel, Belle, Cinderella, Rapunzel, Tiana, Jasmine, Aurora, and Snow White are coming to town. So it’s only fitting that a self-confessed fan of all things Disney, who hails from Connecticut, should be on the ice with them. From Jan. 8 to 12, “Disney on Ice presents Princesses and Heroes” will…

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Listings for Jan. 3

January 3, 2013
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Listings for Jan. 3

Health listings TUESDAY, JAN. 7 BRISTOL COMMUNICATING WITH TODDLERS. 6 to 7:30 p.m. Parent and ChildCenter, 9 Prospect St., Bristol. Funded by grants from the Petit Family Foundation and the Fuller & Myrtle Barnes Fund for Education at the Main Street Community Foundation. Sliding scale fee and scholarships available for low-income families. $4 per class.…

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