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If robins are the first sign of spring, what do Penguins mean? Books come...

Flanders Elementary School had a surprise visitor on Friday, March 6—Green Blue, an African penguin from Mystic Aquarium. As two staff members from the penguin...

Camp Invention science camp returns this summer, registration underway

Camp Invention, a nationally recognized, nonprofit summer enrichment camp program, is coming to Strong Elementary School the week of Aug. 3 to Aug. 7. A...

CIAC continues to evaluate sports contests for impacts from coronavirus

CHESHIRE, Conn. – The CIAC is collaborating with the office of the Commissioner of Education (SDE) and Department of Public Health (DPH) to stay up...

A day of caring at the Middle School of Plainville

Middle School of Plainville took part in a “Day of Caring” on Thursday, Feb. 13, participating in workshops that covered topics such as empathy,...

Lincoln Day Dinner creates interest for scores of GOP

Members of the Republican town committees of Farmington, New Britain, and Plainville, gathered at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 574 on Saturday, Feb....

Special Olympics honors local swim coach

One resident of Plantsville will soon be honored with the Lew Perkins Coach Award by Special Olympics Connecticut for his dedication and commitment as...

Blue Devils Unified Basketball team beats faculty at annual game

The Plainville Community Schools Unified Basketball team scored a 99-57 victory at the 4th annual Unified Basketball Team game on Thursday, Feb. 20 at...

Students flex their muscles to help veterans

by JAMILA YOUNG STAFF WRITER The "Push-Ups for Patriots" fundraiser was held again at Bristol Central High School. Students, faculty, and Bristol residents went to the gym and...

The wind beneath our (Dirt Style) wings: J. Timothy’s Taverne celebrates 40th anniversary

“It’s been an incredible journey. It’s been an absolutely incredible journey,” said James Welch, who along with his partner Tim Adams, opened the popular...

Wrestling: Carr, Reed win state titles, two advance to NE

It was a seventh place finish for Southington wrestling at the state open, but the individual accomplishments last weekend at Hillhouse High School will...

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