Electronic medical record system utilized

October 18, 2014
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By Lindsay Carey Staff Writer With some financial assistance from the Bradley Barnes Trust, the Central Connecticut Senior Health Services (CCSHS) was able to implement a new electronically medical record (EMR) system at the three senior living facilities in Southington. The CCSHS applied for a grant last year through the Main Street Community Foundation and…

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Act On It vandalism campaign has volunteer help

October 17, 2014
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Act On It vandalism campaign has volunteer help

By Lindsay Carey Staff Writer Businesses in town that experience vandalism will now be able to receive volunteer help to clean their facility, free of charge, as a part of the Act On It anti-vandalism campaign in town. Businesses can call Youth Services at 860-276-6281 to get volunteer help to clean and remove graffiti from…

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Seven in a row; Swimmers sink Farmington

October 17, 2014
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Seven in a row; Swimmers sink Farmington

By John Goralski Sports Writer Farmington swimmers battled for first place in the opening relay, but it was already clear that Southington was the team to beat. The Indian anchor tipped the wall at the end of the medley relay, but there were Lady Knight swimmers on either side of her at the finish. Sure,…

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Miscellaneous listings for Oct. 17

October 17, 2014
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Miscellaneous listings for Oct. 17

FRIDAY, OCT. 17 BRISTOL SINGLES 50S, 60S, 70S DANCE. Held by Social Connections. 8 p.m. to midnight. Buffet from 8 to 9 p.m. Dance to the music of The Instigators. Dress casual. Door prizes. Nuchie’s Restaurant, 164 Central St., Bristol. $17. (860) 582-8229. OTHER CESAR MILLAN. The Dog Whisperer. 8 p.m. The Palace Theater, 100…

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Southington Police Blotter for the week of Oct. 17

October 17, 2014
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Southington Police Blotter for the week of Oct. 17

The Southington Police Department has reported the following arrests. Donald J. Anderson Jr., 55, of 72 Homesdale Ave., was charged on Oct. 1 with the sale of marijuana. Bond was set at $10,000 with an Oct. 20 court date. Kenneth J. Lyden II, 31, of 2 Cliff St., Wolcott, was charged on Oct. 1 with…

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Senior listings for Oct. 17

October 17, 2014
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Senior listings for Oct. 17

MONDAY, OCT. 20 PLAINVILLE CHEMOTHERAPY, CANCER, AND THE BENEFITS OF EXERCISE. 3 p.m. Presented by physical therapy students from the University of Hartford. Learn about the common side effects of chemotherapy and how they can bring about uncomfortable feelings, and learn how exercise can subside some of these side effects. Plainville Senior Center, 200 East…

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Support group listings for Oct. 17

October 17, 2014
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Support group listings for Oct. 17

TUESDAY, OCT. 21 PLAINVILLE CAREGIVING CONNECTIONS. 10 a.m. Goals for this month’s meeting are to choose yourself, be reflective not impulsive, to know yourself be honest with yourself, treat yourself with loving kindness. Open to public and caregivers from all towns. Led by Bette Smith, Plainville Senior Center Outreach Coordinator. Plainville Senior Center, 200 East…

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Backs against the wall; Lady Knights are on the brink of elimination

October 17, 2014
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Backs against the wall; Lady Knights are on the brink of elimination

By John Goralski Sports Writer The Lady Knight soccer team battled two of their three opponents into overtime, but only came away with a single point. Southington’s back is against the wall, and the girls are running out of time. A 5-0 loss to NW Catholic was sandwiched by two hard-fought overtime games. The Knights…

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Meetings listings for Oct. 17

October 17, 2014
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Meetings listings for Oct. 17

ONGOING PLAINVILLE CITIZENS AND PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION. 7 p.m., first Tuesday of the month. Concerned citizens and taxpayers of Plainville who meet monthly to discuss town issues, policies, and issues of concern. Plainville Public Library, lower level, 56 East Main St., Plainville.

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