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Southington woman recognized at Gaylord

July 21, 2019
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Southington woman recognized at Gaylord

Gaylord Specialty Healthcare, a rehabilitation-focused healthcare system based in Wallingford, announced that Southington resident Kimberly Thompson, manager of public relations and marketing, was recently recognized by the New England Society for Healthcare Communications (NESHCo) at its annual lamplighter awards gala at Providence, R.I. “I am incredibly proud to be part of a team that’s passionate…

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Breakfast of champions

July 21, 2019
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Breakfast of champions

The Plainville High School physical education department recently hosted a Breakfast of Champions celebration for the second semester. Students who passed all four sections of the Connecticut Fitness Test were invited to the event, which was catered by Dunkin’ Donuts.

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Breakfast of champions

July 21, 2019
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Breakfast of champions

The Plainville High School physical education department recently hosted a Breakfast of Champions celebration for the second semester. Students who passed all four sections of the Connecticut Fitness Test were invited to the event, which was catered by Dunkin’ Donuts.

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Roxy steals the show

July 20, 2019
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Roxy steals the show

Teresa Pelham, author of “Roxy’s Forever Home,” “Roxy and Her Annoying Little Brother,” “Stuey,” and “Stuey & Veronica,” visited Linden Street School in June. Students were excited to meet the author and hear her read her stories, but it was a K-9 that stole the show. Pelham brought her famous rescue dog, Roxy, with her,…

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Roxy steals the show

July 20, 2019
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Roxy steals the show

Teresa Pelham, author of “Roxy’s Forever Home,” “Roxy and Her Annoying Little Brother,” “Stuey,” and “Stuey & Veronica,” visited Linden Street School in June. Students were excited to meet the author and hear her read her stories, but it was a K-9 that stole the show. Pelham brought her famous rescue dog, Roxy, with her,…

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Robotics team earns grant

July 20, 2019
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Robotics team earns grant

The Middle School of Plainville robotics program, led by faculty members Camille Westfall and Laurel Schwartz, accept a recent grant from the Plainville Community Fund at the Main Street Community Foundation on June 7.

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Robotics team earns grant

July 20, 2019
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Robotics team earns grant

The Middle School of Plainville robotics program, led by faculty members Camille Westfall and Laurel Schwartz, accept a recent grant from the Plainville Community Fund at the Main Street Community Foundation on June 7.

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Editorial: Time to pause and look ahead

July 20, 2019
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Editorial: Time to pause and look ahead

Today marks 50 years since a global audience watched Neil Armstrong take the first human steps on the moon. Many still proclaim it as one of the highest achievements of human ingenuity. Technological advances from the Apollo program sparked innovations from everything from rockets and materials to computers and nonperishable foods. Even its timing couldn’t…

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Editorial: Time to pause and look ahead

July 20, 2019
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Editorial: Time to pause and look ahead

Today marks 50 years since a global audience watched Neil Armstrong take the first human steps on the moon. Many still proclaim it as one of the highest achievements of human ingenuity. Technological advances from the Apollo program sparked innovations from everything from rockets and materials to computers and nonperishable foods. Even its timing couldn’t…

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Editorial: Time to pause and look ahead

July 20, 2019
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Editorial: Time to pause and look ahead

Today marks 50 years since a global audience watched Neil Armstrong take the first human steps on the moon. Many still proclaim it as one of the highest achievements of human ingenuity. Technological advances from the Apollo program sparked innovations from everything from rockets and materials to computers and nonperishable foods. Even its timing couldn’t…

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