Snow in the forecast for this weekend, says Accuweather: CT may be spared the worst of it

February 21, 2013
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Snow in the forecast for this weekend, says Accuweather: CT may be spared the worst of it

 It’s the weekend, it must mean it’s going to snow. Accuweather is warning that New England is likely to see snow this weekend. Although, Connecticut seems as if it will be spared the whallop in storm for Massachusetts, where places like Worcester could see another 6 inches added to its record total. State College, Pa.…

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Show us your shorts… WCCC mounts film fest, local filmmaker joins in

February 21, 2013
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Show us your shorts… WCCC mounts film fest, local filmmaker joins in

By MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR 106.9 WCCC is going Hollywood this Sunday with its Rock’n and Reel’n Short Film Fest. And a local filmmaker, Neal Thomassen, a Southington High School alum, is up there on the marquee. The event is planned for Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Hard Rock Café at Foxwoods…

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Youth earns hero award from American Legion Auxiliary

February 21, 2013
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Youth earns hero award from American Legion Auxiliary

DePaolo Middle School student Jeremy Spooner was recently presented with an American Legion Auxiliary Youth Hero Award for his actions in saving the life of his father in November 2011. Jeremy had learned the Heimlich maneuver in Health class and would end up using it on his father later that same day. On the fateful…

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Accuweather says possibility exists for snow this weekend

February 20, 2013
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Accuweather says possibility exists for snow this weekend

It might be snow, it might be rain, but Accuweather says something’s on the way.   State College, Pa. — 20 February 2013 — AccuWeather.com reports another weekend is approaching and it appears another snowstorm may be in the works for part of weather-weary New England with a close call for part of the mid-Atlantic.…

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Community supports the women involved in hit and run

February 20, 2013
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By Rob Glidden Staff Writer A hit and run accident on Queen Street has led to an outpouring of support from residents and local businesses, including fundraisers heldshortly after the incident. The Southington Police Department is currently investigating the incident, which left one victim dead and sent two more to the hospital. At about 10:30…

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Princesses to converge on Aqua Turf for local fund raiser

February 19, 2013
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Miss Plantsville’s Outstanding Teen Katerina Belales will be on of the local title holders dressing up like a Disney princess and meeting with area children in a fund raiser set for March 10.

By Mike Chaiken Editions Editor Little girls in the area will have a chance to feel like royalty and meet their favorite fairy tale royalty, thanks to the Miss Southington Scholarship Organization. Miss Southington Kaitlyn Tarpey, Miss Plantsville Shannon Murphy, Miss Southington’s Outstanding Teen Madison Yurgaitis, Miss Plantsville’s Outstanding Teen Katerina Belales, and Miss Milldale’s…

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Snow continues to haunt forecast, says Accuweather

February 18, 2013
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Snow continues to haunt forecast, says Accuweather

New England just can’t dog the snow, according to the latest forecast from Accuweather.com State College, Pa. — 18 February 2013 — AccuWeather.com reports a storm quickly following on the heels of the weekend’s New England snowstorm is set to return snow to the Great Lakes and Northeast Monday through Tuesday. The upcoming storm for…

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Going back to Dogpatch with SCT’s ‘L’il Abner’

February 18, 2013
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Going back to Dogpatch with SCT’s ‘L’il Abner’

By Mike Chaiken Editions Editor If you’re looking for good, clean fun on stage for the entire family, Southington Community Theatre has just what you’re looking for, said director Heidi Bass Lamberto. On Feb. 21, the local theater group opens the 1956 musical, “L’il Abner,” which is based on the longtime cartoon strip of the…

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Family helps bring a slice of Brazil to Strong School

February 17, 2013
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Family helps bring a slice of Brazil to Strong School

By Rob Glidden Staff Writer Third-grade students at Strong Elementary School got an extensive look at Brazilian culture from a classmate and her family. Third-grader Jasmine Ozimkoski was born and raised in America, but her mother, Alessandra Ozimkoski, was born in Brazil and works at the Brazilian consulate in Hartford. The family has visited her…

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