Town Attorney named; Controversy continues with selection process

SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER Atty. Jeremy Taylor has been selected by the town council to serve as the Southington Town Attorney in what became a split vote down party lines at the Dec. 9 meeting. Back at the Nov. 12 meeting, the decision to appoint a town attorney was tabled until the December meeting. Council … Continue reading “Town Attorney named; Controversy continues with selection process”

Town Attorney named; Controversy continues with selection process

SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER Atty. Jeremy Taylor has been selected by the town council to serve as the Southington Town Attorney in what became a split vote down party lines at the Dec. 9 meeting. Back at the Nov. 12 meeting, the decision to appoint a town attorney was tabled until the December meeting. Council … Continue reading “Town Attorney named; Controversy continues with selection process”

This holiday parade shifts into reverse

by JAMILA YOUNG STAFF WRITER Bristol residents took a stroll down Main Street from the Federal Hill Green to celebrate Christmas at the Children’s Holiday Parade in Reverse. The event was hosted by Bristol Parks & Recreation and the Youth and Community Services Department. As a parade reverse, people didn’t watch the parade, the spectators … Continue reading “This holiday parade shifts into reverse”

This holiday parade shifts into reverse

by JAMILA YOUNG STAFF WRITER Bristol residents took a stroll down Main Street from the Federal Hill Green to celebrate Christmas at the Children’s Holiday Parade in Reverse. The event was hosted by Bristol Parks & Recreation and the Youth and Community Services Department. As a parade reverse, people didn’t watch the parade, the spectators … Continue reading “This holiday parade shifts into reverse”

Residents updated on plans for intersection of routes 69 and 72

Residents were updated by representatives of the Department of Transportation on the proposed changes coming to re-vitalize the West End via the improvements at the intersection on Route 72 at Route 69. The project will cover Park, Divinity, and School streets. From the intersection of route 72 and 69, the coverage extends 100 feet to … Continue reading “Residents updated on plans for intersection of routes 69 and 72”

Residents updated on plans for intersection of routes 69 and 72

Residents were updated by representatives of the Department of Transportation on the proposed changes coming to re-vitalize the West End via the improvements at the intersection on Route 72 at Route 69. The project will cover Park, Divinity, and School streets. From the intersection of route 72 and 69, the coverage extends 100 feet to … Continue reading “Residents updated on plans for intersection of routes 69 and 72”

HHC senior home health services finds home in Bradley

SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER Hartford HealthCare is moving their senior home health services into the Hospital of Central Connecticut Bradley Memorial Campus—a win for the Community Committee to Save Bradley. “We will have a large number of employees working in the building and about 120 nurses coming in and out of Bradley,” said a spokesperson … Continue reading “HHC senior home health services finds home in Bradley”

HHC senior home health services finds home in Bradley

SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER Hartford HealthCare is moving their senior home health services into the Hospital of Central Connecticut Bradley Memorial Campus—a win for the Community Committee to Save Bradley. “We will have a large number of employees working in the building and about 120 nurses coming in and out of Bradley,” said a spokesperson … Continue reading “HHC senior home health services finds home in Bradley”