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Southington reveals plans for prioritizing road work

To help town staff prioritize and keep track of road maintenance in Southington, the town will be using a new computer program, Streetscan, to...

Council passes ‘Don’t block the box’ traffic ordinance

The town council unanimously passed an ordinance that will allow for Southington police to issue traffic infractions to drivers blocking business entranceways in certain...

Grand list grows by $88.8 million, up 2.18 percent

Officials have released the 2019 grand list, featuring a growth of 2.18% or $88,826,696 worth of taxable property in the town of Southington. The...

Two decades of public service

A group of former Democratic town councilors gathered in the town hall last Friday as Southington Town Manager Mark Sciota recognized former town councilor...

Dementia-friendly training improves customer service

By TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER Members of Dementia Friendly Southington and town staff visited the public library on Thursday, Sept. 19, to celebrate the library’s new...

Southington included in regional recycling contract, little impact

By TAYLOR MURCHISON- GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER Americans all across the country have taken steps to lessen their impact on the environment through practices such as recycling,...

Mill rate increased 0.16, new rate is 30.64

By SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER The budget season officially came to a close last week with the setting of the mill rate, and town boards and...

Editorial: Everyone pitches in

We were happy to see the town council extend their condolences to Tops Market during the March 13 council meeting and offer support for...

Town manager proposes a 2.4 percent increase for general government budget

By SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER Southington Town Manager Mark Sciota submitted his proposed general government budget to the finance department on Feb. 22 at a total...

Town of Southington awarded $400K small cities grant

The Town of Southington is inviting applications for its home improvement loan program, announced the Town Manager Mark Sciota in a press release. Applications...

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