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‘Quit Lying’ campaign takes on tobacco propaganda

SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER Hundreds of Southington High School students took a stand against tobacco use last week in the American Heart Association’s #QuitLying anti-vaping campaign...

Commentary: Even though it won’t stop them…

There has been quite a bit of talk and controversy surrounding the new law that was put into effect on Oct. 1, 2019: Tobacco...

Commentary: Education begins at Parent University

Southington Youth Services, the STEPS Coalition, Lisa, Inc. and the Southington Drug Task Force will partner to offer Parent University on Saturday, Sept. 21,...

Commentary: STEPS welcomes new president, new members

With every August comes the anticipation of the new school year, filled with new beginnings, new teachers and new schedules. In the world of...

Commentary: When one door closes, another opens

As many Southington residents may already know, Steve Nyerick, a staple in the Southington Public School System for many years, will be retiring at...

Commentary: Easing the transition between Southington schools

Life is full of transitions. Transitions happen throughout our entire lives. As we grow older and our tool boxes fill, we become more equipped...

Tobacco 21 initiative completed

On May 6, Southington police completed its Tobacco 21 merchant awareness initiative. The project was implemented in partnership with the STEPS Coalition. Officials visited local...

Commentary: Remember: Don’t Trash Your Stash

In October, the STEPS Coalition received a second round of grant funding through the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS). The State...

Police, STEPS to offer tobacco training

By SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER The town of Southington recently passed an ordinance that would raise the legal age to purchase tobacco products to 21, and...

Commentary: STEPS thanks the council for Tobacco 21

The STEPS Coalition Advisory Board—a group of 32 members representing 13 community sectors—voted unanimously at our Jan. 7 meeting to move forward with a...

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