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Liberty Bank, Rotary Club raise over $115K for Southington food charities

December 15, 2018
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Liberty Bank, Rotary Club raise over $115K for Southington food charities

The Southington Rotary Club and the local Liberty Bank branch teamed up for a Thanksgiving fundraiser that contributed over $115,000 to Southington food charities. In the 15th year of the fundraising partnership, the Liberty Bank-Rotary Club Thanksgiving Drive raised a record-breaking $426,607 state-wide, to supply holiday dinners and fill shelves at local food pantries. In…

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Liberty Bank, Rotary Club raise over $115K for Southington food charities

December 15, 2018
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Liberty Bank, Rotary Club raise over $115K for Southington food charities

The Southington Rotary Club and the local Liberty Bank branch teamed up for a Thanksgiving fundraiser that contributed over $115,000 to Southington food charities. In the 15th year of the fundraising partnership, the Liberty Bank-Rotary Club Thanksgiving Drive raised a record-breaking $426,607 state-wide, to supply holiday dinners and fill shelves at local food pantries. In…

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Editorial: Life on the big screen

December 15, 2018
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Editorial: Life on the big screen

Now that the final block has been thrown, and the state champions have all been crowned, we hope that the CIAC takes a closer look at recent changes on the football field. There’s a growing battle between the haves and have nots that seems to tip the scales against some of the poorer and smaller…

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Editorial: Life on the big screen

December 15, 2018
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Editorial: Life on the big screen

Now that the final block has been thrown, and the state champions have all been crowned, we hope that the CIAC takes a closer look at recent changes on the football field. There’s a growing battle between the haves and have nots that seems to tip the scales against some of the poorer and smaller…

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Editorial: Life on the big screen

December 15, 2018
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Editorial: Life on the big screen

Now that the final block has been thrown, and the state champions have all been crowned, we hope that the CIAC takes a closer look at recent changes on the football field. There’s a growing battle between the haves and have nots that seems to tip the scales against some of the poorer and smaller…

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Editorial: Life on the big screen

December 15, 2018
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Editorial: Life on the big screen

Now that the final block has been thrown, and the state champions have all been crowned, we hope that the CIAC takes a closer look at recent changes on the football field. There’s a growing battle between the haves and have nots that seems to tip the scales against some of the poorer and smaller…

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Commentary: Changing seasons

December 15, 2018
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Commentary: Changing seasons

It was a strong fall sports season for Southington High School. The Blue Knights were competitive in every sport, and they were in the hunt for championships at the conference and state level. Southington athletic director Greg Ferry said that he was proud of the effort of his student-athletes, coaches and staff, and he is…

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Commentary: Changing seasons

December 15, 2018
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Commentary: Changing seasons

It was a strong fall sports season for Southington High School. The Blue Knights were competitive in every sport, and they were in the hunt for championships at the conference and state level. Southington athletic director Greg Ferry said that he was proud of the effort of his student-athletes, coaches and staff, and he is…

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Commentary: Gaming at the public library

December 15, 2018
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Commentary: Gaming at the public library

During the 2017-18 fiscal year, 732 board and video games were borrowed from the Southington Public Library’s Teen Zone. Over the first five months of this fiscal year, that number is at 568. That’s an increase of 188 percent over this same period last year. Part of this growth can be attributed to the addition…

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Commentary: Gaming at the public library

December 15, 2018
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Commentary: Gaming at the public library

During the 2017-18 fiscal year, 732 board and video games were borrowed from the Southington Public Library’s Teen Zone. Over the first five months of this fiscal year, that number is at 568. That’s an increase of 188 percent over this same period last year. Part of this growth can be attributed to the addition…

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