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Portions of Curtiss Street closed for construction

April 23, 2018
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Portions of Curtiss Street closed for construction

The Southington Police Department announced that there will be road closures near the intersection of Southington’s rail-trail with Curtiss Street, Hart Street, and Kane Street over the next several weeks during an ongoing construction project. Motorists can expect delays, lane closures, and detours in this area, and the police ask that local motorists develop alternate…

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Portions of Curtiss Street closed for construction

April 23, 2018
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Portions of Curtiss Street closed for construction

The Southington Police Department announced that there will be road closures near the intersection of Southington’s rail-trail with Curtiss Street, Hart Street, and Kane Street over the next several weeks during an ongoing construction project. Motorists can expect delays, lane closures, and detours in this area, and the police ask that local motorists develop alternate…

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Rail trail intersection at Curtiss Street closed for construction

April 23, 2018
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Rail trail intersection at Curtiss Street closed for construction

The Southington Police Department announced that there will be road closures near the intersection of Southington’s rail-trail with Curtiss Street, Hart Street, and Kane Street over the next several weeks during an ongoing construction project. Motorists can expect delays, lane closures, and detours in this area, and the police ask that local motorists develop alternate…

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Romano honored at ECSU

April 23, 2018
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Romano honored at ECSU

Eastern Connecticut State University (ECSU) recently named 21 students to the Little East Conference (LEC) Winter All-Academic Team. Among the student-athletes named to the team was junior Raquel Romano of Southington who majors in mathematics and competes on the women’s track and field team. The team is comprised of 140 students from the eight institutions…

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Romano honored at ECSU

April 23, 2018
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Romano honored at ECSU

Eastern Connecticut State University (ECSU) recently named 21 students to the Little East Conference (LEC) Winter All-Academic Team. Among the student-athletes named to the team was junior Raquel Romano of Southington who majors in mathematics and competes on the women’s track and field team. The team is comprised of 140 students from the eight institutions…

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Obituary: Louise (Bonomi) Beaudoin, 93

April 23, 2018
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Obituary: Louise (Bonomi) Beaudoin, 93

Louise (Bonomi) Beaudoin, 93, of Plantsville passed away on Friday, April 20, 2018 at HOCC at New Britain.  She was the wife of the late Donald R. Beaudoin for 69 years. She was born in Southington on May 11, 1924, the daughter of the late Fred and Mary (Lavorgna) Bonomi.  She was a parishioner of…

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All the beauty; none of the hassle

April 21, 2018
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All the beauty; none of the hassle

Diane Gombotz gets lost in the array of silk floral arrangements at the First Congregational Church craft fair last Saturday. The fundraising event drew many to the collection of crafts, scarves, and other items. Photos by JANELLE MORELLI

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All the beauty; none of the hassle

April 21, 2018
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All the beauty; none of the hassle

Diane Gombotz gets lost in the array of silk floral arrangements at the First Congregational Church craft fair last Saturday. The fundraising event drew many to the collection of crafts, scarves, and other items. Photos by JANELLE MORELLI

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Editorial: Caught in the crossfire

April 21, 2018
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Editorial: Caught in the crossfire

We tried to reach out to the Aqua Turf Club after the Connecticut Citizens Defense League (CCDL) announced the termination of a 25-year customer relationship, but we were met with a strong but polite “no comment.” We don’t blame them. After all, the local facility has spent almost a month under fire from all sides…

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Editorial: Caught in the crossfire

April 21, 2018
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Editorial: Caught in the crossfire

We tried to reach out to the Aqua Turf Club after the Connecticut Citizens Defense League (CCDL) announced the termination of a 25-year customer relationship, but we were met with a strong but polite “no comment.” We don’t blame them. After all, the local facility has spent almost a month under fire from all sides…

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