Group uses bike art to raise funds

June 1, 2013
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Group uses bike art to raise funds

By Rob Glidden Staff Writer Southington Community Cultural Arts (SCCA) is matching up artists with local businesses to decorate bikes that will eventually be on display in the Apple Harvest Festival parade. The organization is in the midst of a capital campaign to raise enough funds to convert the vacant Gura Building into a new…

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Knights split the final week; Boys tennis team changes gears for the postseason

May 31, 2013
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Knights split the final week; Boys tennis team changes gears for the postseason

By John Goralski Sports Writer Coach Tony Mauro has trouble hiding his disappointement when asked about the upcoming state tournament, but it has nothing to do with his team. The Blue Knight tennis team met all of his pre-season goals with a 7-0 win over Fermi and a 4-3 loss to RHAM in the final…

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First to advance; Girls Tennis opens the postseason

May 31, 2013
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First to advance; Girls Tennis opens the postseason

By John Goralski Sports Writer Fans barely had enough time to find a seat by the fence when Southington’s seniors trotted off the court with a doubles victory. A few moments later, a singles player shouted in triumph. On Sunday, May 26, New Britain tennis players fell like dominos as Southington christened the spring postseason…

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The team to beat in Class LL; Knights clinch the top seed with a pair of mercy rule wins

May 31, 2013
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The team to beat in Class LL; Knights clinch the top seed with a pair of mercy rule wins

By John Goralski Sports Writer Coach John Bores makes no apologies for the two lopsided victories in the final week of the season. He doesn’t feel bad about his team’s 13 shutouts or their nine victories by mercy rule. It can be tough to forge a championship team in the fires of a lesser conference,…

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All day kindergarten implemented; School board cuts the SOAR program

May 31, 2013
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By Rob Glidden Staff Writer The Board of Education managed to save its proposed all-day kindergarten program despite reductions made during the budget process, but at a price that left the officials uneasy. The decisions made by the Board of Finance and the Town Council left the school board with about $84.2 million to work…

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We’re having a heat wave, says Accuweater

May 30, 2013
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We’re having a heat wave, says Accuweater

It’s stating the obvious, but it’s hot outside. And it will continue to be hot, says Accuweather. AccuWeather.com reports midsummer heat is arriving just a few days after the unofficial start of the season. After shivering cold over the Memorial Day weekend, record-challenging heat will build in some areas of the Great Lakes and the…

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Relay to take place at Southington High

May 30, 2013
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Relay to take place at Southington High

By Rob Glidden Staff Writer This year’s Relay for Life will look a little different, but organizers are planning on delivering the same hopeful experience for the huge crowd who will attend. The annual fundraiser has been held at the Southington High School football field for over a decade and this year the new artificial…

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Memorial Day remembrance

May 29, 2013
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Southington held its annual Memorial Day festivities Monday, with a parade and remembrance ceremony on the town green. Here are a few photos from the events. Photos by Tammi Naudus

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Southington Residents in Service

May 27, 2013
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Southington Residents in Service

The following Southington residents are currently serving in the United States military. To have your loved one added to the list, please contact Leonard Marcheselle at the Southington Elks.   Name: Nicholas J. Augelli Rank: S/SGT Branch: ANG Duty Station: Afghanistan   Name: Aden Baume Rank: Capt Branch: ANG Duty Station: Camp Niantic   Name:…

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