Christmas time at the Barnes Museum

December 9, 2012
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Visitors to the Barnes Museum can take a walk through yesteryear, thanks to the thousands of photographs that decorate the 14 Christmas trees situated throughout the home. The Barnes’ annual holiday display is open to the public beginning with Hospitality Night this past Friday. Barnes Curator Marie Secondo said the museum’s photo collection exceeded 10,000…

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St. Dominic goes to Washington

December 9, 2012
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By Ed Harris Editor Saint Dominic School Principal Patricia Tiezzi and Literacy Specialist Noreen Adams recently traveled to Washington D.C. to attend the 30th Anniversary of the National Blue Ribbon Schools Award Ceremony and receive St. Dominic School’s National Blue Ribbon Award for Academic Excellence. “My experience was awesome,” said Tiezzi in a release. “We…

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Blue Christmas event set at First Baptist Church

December 9, 2012
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“Blue Christmas” will be held Monday, Dec. 10, 7 p.m., at First Baptist Church of Southington, continuing the church’s tradition of offering a worship service for people who are feeling a loss during the holidays. The loss may be due to the death of a loved one, divorce, unemployment, financial problems, for anyone who is…

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Youth donates money to Make-A-Wish Foundation

December 9, 2012
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Youth donates money to Make-A-Wish Foundation

By Ed Harris Editor A Derynoski School student has helped raise over $900 dollars for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, bringing her two year total to close to $1,700. Olivia Genovese, 10, was honored at the school last week by Kim Smith, development director for Make-A- Wish. Olivia was given a t-shirt and a special certificate. This…

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Paris in Plantsville presents Munny Madness II

December 9, 2012
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Paris in Plantsville presents Munny Madness II

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Medical waste bin collects over 200 pounds of debris

December 8, 2012
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By Ed Harris Editor The medication drop box at the Southington Police Department is exceeding the expectations of organizers. Since Oct. 11, the Southington Police has been the home to the permanent medication drop box. Since the box opened, officials have collected approximately 200 pounds of medication related items. “It’s better than we thought it’d…

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Southington Welcomes in the Holiday Season.

December 8, 2012
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Southington Welcomes in the Holiday Season.

On Friday, Dec. 7, the Downtown Merchants Association held its annual Christmas celebration, Hospitality Night.  Townspeople gathered for the lighting of the green, a choral sing, horse and carriage rides, and to visit with Santa.  For photos of this event, click the  tab to see our gallery.

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Civil rights activist speaks at SHS

December 7, 2012
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Civil rights activist speaks at SHS

By Rob Glidden Staff Writer Author and civil rights activist Arthur Miller spoke about bullying and taking responsibility to Southington High School students. After a few years of visiting regularly, he has become a familiar face to the school community. “I try to talk about the greater good,” he said. “If you tell stories, you…

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Barnes Museum lights up for the holidays

December 7, 2012
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Barnes Museum lights up for the holidays

By Ed Harris Editor Visitors to the Barnes Museum can take a walk through yesteryear, thanks to the thousands of photographs that decorate the 14 Christmas trees situated throughout the home. The Barnes’ annual holiday display is open to the public beginning with Hospitality Night festivities this evening. Barnes Curator Marie Secondo said the museum’s…

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