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Editorial: The sound of silence

The announcement of our closure came as we were assembling this edition, but it wasn’t a complete surprise. As a free community newspaper with...

‘Stay Safe, Stay Home’…or get off the beaten path

Gov. Ned Lamont has urged all Connecticut residents to “Stay Safe, Stay Home” to help minimize community spread of COVID-19. The state parks and...

Southington Elks Club turns 75

The Southington Elks Lodge No. 1669 is celebrating 75 years of charity work in the town of Southington. With over 550 members, the organization...

Coach of the year: Hall-Southington ice hockey coach is an inspiration to players, fans

Since last summer, it has been a hard-fought journey for Brian Cannon.  After being diagnosed with cancer last summer and losing a leg in...

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...

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...

Widespread closures to town, library, schools, business

Local officials are using state guidance to make decisions regarding the coronavirus. In response to the disease, town departments are shifting the way they...

For these young bluesmen, the genre is far from irrelevant

  by MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR If you look to Billboard's list of top-selling artists of 2019, there is not a single blues artist to be found. There's...

St. Paul spins a tale this weekend with ‘Charlotte’s Web’

by MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR "Charlotte's Web" is a children's book. But the cast of the St. Paul Catholic High School's stage production of the classic...

Area squads compete at CCC championships

The Central Connecticut Conference Cheerleading Champion-ships were held on Saturday, Feb. 15, at Berlin High School, where the Plainville High School Blue Devils walked...

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