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Services continue as local COVID-19 numbers climb

As of Monday, March 30, the Connecticut Department of Public Health confirmed 16 cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Southington. Across the state, there are...

Southington releases an updated contact list for essential services

Town Manager Mark Sciota released an update on town services following Gov. Ned Lamont’s request. The police department, fire department, water pollution control and community...

FEMA approves major disaster relief for Connecticut

Gov. Ned Lamont announced on Sunday, March 29, that he has been notified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) that his request for...

Editorial: The best and the worst of us

It’s hard to believe that this is the third edition since coronavirus stories first began to appear in the pages of the Southington Observer....

Write to city seniors isolated by pandemic

The City of Bristol has created an"All-Heart Pen Pal" program in an attempt to reduce social isolationism in the Nursing Care-Convalescent Home communities that...

Food distribution points for children: Schools offer take-out for home schoolers

Beginning Wednesday, March 25, children age 18 and under who live in Bristol, and are interested in picking up food will have several options...

Bristol restaurants try to stay open as rules change

With Gov. Ned Lamont having signed an executive order limiting restaurants to non-alcoholic beverages and take-out/delivery services only, Bristol restaurants are being forced to...

Plainville officials make accommodations during virus outbreak

As the efforts to slow and control the spread of COVID-19 continue, council chairperson Katherine Pugliese requested that town staff look into options that...

Southington town hall closed; Government resources available

The Connecticut Department of Public Health published a list of confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) as of March 23. According to the list,...

Schools offer take-out for ‘home schoolers’

Plainville School employees hand out breakfast and lunches to residents for their children at Plainville High School last Friday. The federal government is funding...

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