Bread for Life finds new home

March 11, 2014
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Bread for Life has found its home. After years of searching, the Bread for Life board of Directors has announced that it has entered into an agreement in principle to purchase a parcel of land located at 31 Vermont Avenue in Southington, across from St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Bread for Life proposes constructing a 3,200…

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Snow…? Not done yet, says AccuWeather

March 10, 2014
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Snow…? Not done yet, says AccuWeather

Although, the area is making a bit rebound in terms of temperatures, AccuWeather says the northeast may be due for more snow mid-week. AccuWeather.com reports despite a springlike start to the week, winter and substantial snow will make a comeback across the Midwest and Northeast at midweek. A winter storm will take shape across the lower…

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Southington Library celebrates success of women

March 10, 2014
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By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer National Women’s History Month kicks off each year in March to recognize and celebrate the history of American women in schools, workplaces and communities throughout the U.S. This month, Southington Public library will host a free program of the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame (CWHF) called “Pushing Past ‘No’: Overcoming…

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Local salon owner branches out to BBQ sauce

March 9, 2014
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Local salon owner branches out to BBQ sauce

By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer For years, salon owner Todd Zurell brought homemade barbeque sauce for friends and family at pig roasts. Guests felt so amazed at Zurell’s creation that they suggested he find a way to bring his sauce from the stovetop to the shelves at the local supermarket. “I’d always bring my barbeque…

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The Battle at Bunker Hill; Lincoln College cruises to a Region XXI championship

March 8, 2014
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The Battle at Bunker Hill; Lincoln College cruises to a Region XXI championship

By John Goralski Sports Writer The first few shots clinked off the rim as Lincoln College fell behind, 4-1, on Sunday, March 2 in the Region XXI finals at Bunker Hill Community College in Boston. Passes tipped off fingers. Open shots were contested by Springfield Tech. Coach Preston Beverly motioned to officials for an early…

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Donated prom dresses are available

March 8, 2014
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By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer With prom season just around the corner, the Southington community has stepped up to help girls in need of a dress. A Moment Away Spa Massage Therapy and Treatments is collecting dresses for Princess & The Prom, a non-profit corporation that provides free prom dresses to high school girls in…

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Sports injury seminar set for Tuesday

March 7, 2014
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In partnership with the Cheshire YMCA, the Physical Therapy Center, with locations in Southington and Bristol, is presenting a free seminar for parents on how to prevent and treat acute sports injuries in their child athletes on Tuesday, March 11, from 6:30-7:30pm. As the spring season approaches with great anticipation, so do a multitude of…

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Trick shot tournament this weekend; Shooter’s Billiards will host the Masters of Trick Shot Championships

March 7, 2014
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Trick shot tournament this weekend; Shooter’s Billiards will host the Masters of Trick Shot Championships

By John Goralski Sports Writer Sal Conti has been very busy since he last hosted an international championship at Shooter’s Billiards in Southington. He was inducted into the Billiards Hall of Fame. He built a billiards league in Massachusetts that swelled to hundreds of players before he sold it two months ago. He was ranked…

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Pink’s hot dogs coming to Compounce; 1st location on East Coast

March 7, 2014
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Pink’s hot dogs coming to Compounce; 1st location on East Coast

BRISTOL/ SOUTHINGTON- Pink’s Hot Dogs, a fixture in Hollywood since 1939, has partnered with LakeCompounce and will open a restaurant in the park, across from the Carousel this May. A press release from Compounce said Pink’s, a family owned business, was named by Fox News as number one in a list of Top Ten Hot…

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