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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....

Commentary: It’s not just the spring season that’s affected

Since the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference’s decision to cancel winter sporting events on March 10, a lot has happened.  Professional sports leagues are shut...

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...

St. Paul taps Kennedy as new football coach

Chris Kennedy of Southington will take over as the head football coach of St. Paul Catholic High School for the 2020 fall season replacing...

Editorial: Local news is going viral

When last week’s edition went to press, the CIAC had just canceled winter sports tournaments on the heels of an Ivy league announcement. CIAC...

Luck of the Irish saves Blaney Brothers show

Maybe it was the luck of the Irish. As a wave of concert, school, and event closing swept the state late last week, The...

Football: Knights lift 6.33 tons, win title

Just a year after breaking a record for pounds lifted with 13,130, the Southington football team won their second straight Nutmeg High School Football...

Community builders’ reception April 8 at Double Tree by Hilton

The United Way of West Central Connecticut will be hosting their 18th annual Community Builders’ Reception on Wednesday, April 8, at The DoubleTree by...

Swim-a-thon raises $1,138

The Southington boys swimming captains, led by Derek Melanson, designed a swim-a-thon for the team and collected $1,138 to donate to the American Parkinson...

School officials say that learning will stay on track despite closure

Superintendent of Schools Steven LePage announced on Thursday, March 12, that Plainville Community Schools would close as of Monday, March 16, and would remain...

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