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Time for back-to-school shopping

July 28, 2014
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Time for back-to-school shopping

August might not have reared its head just yet, and September seems eons away, but really, if you’ve checked the flyers and your email alerts from local retailers, it’s back to school shopping time. Before you know it, Connecticut’s annual sales tax free week for clothing will be upon us. This year, it runs from…

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Time for back-to-school shopping

July 28, 2014
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Time for back-to-school shopping

August might not have reared its head just yet, and September seems eons away, but really, if you’ve checked the flyers and your email alerts from local retailers, it’s back…

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Police make arrest in early Sunday morning attempted burglary

July 27, 2014
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  After spotting someone running from the Farmington Avenue Citgo early Sunday morning, Bristol police apprehended a suspect and accused him of attempted burglary.   Police said an officer was…

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Police make arrest in early Sunday morning attempted burglary

July 27, 2014
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After spotting someone running from the Farmington Avenue Citgo early Sunday morning, Bristol police apprehended a suspect and accused him of attempted burglary. Police said an officer was checking the…

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Mushroomhead, top 20 band? Metal act finds chart success

July 27, 2014
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By MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR After 20 years as a band, Ohio’s Mushroomhead has a top 20 album. It’s latest, “The Righteous and the Butterfly,” which was released on May…

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Mushroomhead, top 20 band? Metal act finds chart success

July 27, 2014
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By MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR After 20 years as a band, Ohio’s Mushroomhead has a top 20 album. It’s latest, “The Righteous and the Butterfly,” which was released on May…

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Mushroomhead, top 20 band? Metal act finds chart success

July 27, 2014
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By MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR After 20 years as a band, Ohio’s Mushroomhead has a top 20 album. It’s latest, “The Righteous and the Butterfly,” which was released on May…

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Garden club announces fairy house competition

July 27, 2014
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Garden club announces fairy house competition

By Lindsay Carey Staff Writer For the third year, the fairy godmothers of the Orchard Valley Garden Club in Southington will host the fairy festival at the Apple Harvest Festival.…

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Garden club announces fairy house competition

July 27, 2014
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Garden club announces fairy house competition

By Lindsay Carey Staff Writer For the third year, the fairy godmothers of the Orchard Valley Garden Club in Southington will host the fairy festival at the Apple Harvest Festival.…

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Don’t give up…Don’t ever give up; John Salerno was cut from his SHS team, but that was just the beginning

July 26, 2014
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Don’t give up…Don’t ever give up; John Salerno was cut from his SHS team, but that was just the beginning

By John Goralski Sports Writer John Salerno greeted opponents at Mattatuck Community College with a devilish grin and the charm of a back-alley magician. Opponents would swarm into their gym…

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Don’t give up…Don’t ever give up; John Salerno was cut from his SHS team, but that was just the beginning

July 26, 2014
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Don’t give up…Don’t ever give up; John Salerno was cut from his SHS team, but that was just the beginning

By John Goralski Sports Writer John Salerno greeted opponents at Mattatuck Community College with a devilish grin and the charm of a back-alley magician. Opponents would swarm into their gym…

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Author shares World War II story in new memoir

July 26, 2014
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Author shares World War II story in new memoir

By Lindsay Carey Staff Writer Lithuanian native Janina Nawarskas lived a cozy life with her parents and brothers until the 1940s, when her homeland was torn apart. Nawarskas detailed her…

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Author shares World War II story in new memoir

July 26, 2014
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Author shares World War II story in new memoir

By Lindsay Carey Staff Writer Lithuanian native Janina Nawarskas lived a cozy life with her parents and brothers until the 1940s, when her homeland was torn apart. Nawarskas detailed her…

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BOE renews super’s contract

July 26, 2014
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By LISA CAPOBIANCO STAFF WRITER The school board recently voted to approve extending the contract of Bristol Superintendent of Schools Dr. Ellen Solek for the next two years. During a…

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BOE renews super’s contract

July 26, 2014
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By LISA CAPOBIANCO STAFF WRITER The school board recently voted to approve extending the contract of Bristol Superintendent of Schools Dr. Ellen Solek for the next two years. During a…

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Greeners falter against Winsted, lose 11-4

July 25, 2014
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Greeners falter against Winsted, lose 11-4

By MICHAEL LETENDRE STAFF WRITER BRISTOL – A promising start for the Bristol Greeners on Thursday, July 17 turned into another tough outing as the Winsted Whalers made a big…

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Greeners falter against Winsted, lose 11-4

July 25, 2014
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Greeners falter against Winsted, lose 11-4

By MICHAEL LETENDRE STAFF WRITER BRISTOL – A promising start for the Bristol Greeners on Thursday, July 17 turned into another tough outing as the Winsted Whalers made a big…

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