Southington police release Click it or Ticket results

December 3, 2013
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The Southington Police Department participated in the Click It or Ticket campaign from November 26 through December 1. During this high visibility enforcement campaign officers worked not only on routine patrols but in special enforcement details to enforce the Connecticut seatbelt laws. Officers were also paying particular attention to distracted driving while out during this…

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Two arrested in connection with Shuttle Meadow Road breaking and entering

December 3, 2013
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Two arrested in connection with Shuttle Meadow Road breaking and entering

Two residents were arrested and charged with breaking into a Shuttle Meadow Road home. Sa ndra L. Beaudoin, 21 and Guy L. Ferrelli, 22, both of Southington, surrendered to police on Wednesday, Nov. 27 after learning that police had arrest warrants out on them. Beaudoin and Ferrelli were both charged with third degree burglary, conspiracy…

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Ice rink to open on Mill Street

December 1, 2013
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By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer With the winter season just around the corner, the ice skating rink will kick off its third year the week of December 8 on Mill Street, just across from the Rails to Trails. Open throughout the entire winter months, the rink moved downtown from Memorial Park last year. Town Councilor…

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Center Street to have Winter Wonderland theme

December 1, 2013
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By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer With the holiday season approaching, the windows of vacant buildings on Center Street will soon show off their festive side with art work created by local artist Mary DeCroce and other artists. The idea originated from Economic Development Coordinator Lou Perillo, who wanted to showcase the vacant buildings to prospective…

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Chamber hosts eighth annual Wing Fest

November 30, 2013
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Chamber hosts eighth annual Wing Fest

By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer Wing lovers filled Cadillac Ranch Restaurant last week to celebrate the eighth annual Wing Fest competition, hosted by the Southington Chamber of Commerce. The event featured 11 local restaurants competing for several categories. Jennie B of All Smiles Entertainment provided live music. The event benefited the Chamber’s Adopt-A-Family project, collecting…

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C’mon down to gov’s house for holidays

November 29, 2013
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The following press release arrived from the governor. Governor Dannel P. Malloy and First Lady Cathy Malloy are inviting Connecticut residents to attend the annual open house and tour of the Governor’s Residence, located at 990 Prospect Avenue in Hartford, which will be decorated for the holiday season and open to the public.   This…

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Wildcat momentum; Lincoln men are on a 5 game win streak

November 29, 2013
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Wildcat momentum; Lincoln men are on a 5 game win streak

By John Goralski Sports Writer After three weeks, a pair of one-possession losses in week two remain the only blemishes on Lincoln College’s schedule. The Wildcats are making some noise in 2013. With victories over three conference opponents last week, the Lincoln College men’s basketball team has improved to 7-2 overall. The Wildcats are riding…

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Compass Award winners honored

November 29, 2013
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By Lisa Capobianco Staff Writer The Southington Community YMCA honored its two 2013 Compass Award recipients last week for their commitment to youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. During the Forever in Blue Jeans gala, the YMCA recognized Mike and Teresa Soltys, a couple who has lived in Southington for the past 18 years.…

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Knights show great intentions; Five student-athletes sign letters of intent during early signing period

November 29, 2013
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By John Goralski Sports Writer It’s almost becoming common place to find family members and friends herded into a small conference room tucked away in the back corner of the high school while photographers are ushered into the room by coaches in suits. The NCAA opened its early signing period on Wednesday, Nov. 13, and…

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