Girls basketball preview: Devils hope to continue winning ways

By KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT The Plainville girls basketball team enters the season without at least half of last year’s offense. Filling holes left by the gradation of all-state scorer Caitlin Barker (21 points per game) and Samantha Lozefski (10 points per game) is no easy task. Losing junior center Krystyna Miller in her move to … Continue reading “Girls basketball preview: Devils hope to continue winning ways”

Girls basketball preview: Devils hope to continue winning ways

By KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT The Plainville girls basketball team enters the season without at least half of last year’s offense. Filling holes left by the gradation of all-state scorer Caitlin Barker (21 points per game) and Samantha Lozefski (10 points per game) is no easy task. Losing junior center Krystyna Miller in her move to … Continue reading “Girls basketball preview: Devils hope to continue winning ways”

Hillscrest home lights up the night

TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER This past weekend marked the opening night of Joshua’s Christmas Display, known throughout town as Lights on Hillscrest – an awesome display of music and holiday lights to welcome in the Christmas spirit, and pay tribute to a former Plainville resident. Joshua Brunelle, who resides at 15 Hillscrest Road, explained that … Continue reading “Hillscrest home lights up the night”

Hillscrest home lights up the night

TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER This past weekend marked the opening night of Joshua’s Christmas Display, known throughout town as Lights on Hillscrest – an awesome display of music and holiday lights to welcome in the Christmas spirit, and pay tribute to a former Plainville resident. Joshua Brunelle, who resides at 15 Hillscrest Road, explained that … Continue reading “Hillscrest home lights up the night”

Debt management keeps budget on track through 2025

TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER Over the past several years, Plainville has been budgeting their debt management fund around $4.4 million annually, and Town Manager Robert Lee projected that the town should be able to stay within that number through 2025. On Monday, Dec. 2, Lee reported the town’s debt management plan at the town council … Continue reading “Debt management keeps budget on track through 2025”

Debt management keeps budget on track through 2025

TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER Over the past several years, Plainville has been budgeting their debt management fund around $4.4 million annually, and Town Manager Robert Lee projected that the town should be able to stay within that number through 2025. On Monday, Dec. 2, Lee reported the town’s debt management plan at the town council … Continue reading “Debt management keeps budget on track through 2025”

Obituary: Jane (Perry) McGinley, 87

Jane (Perry) McGinley, 87, of Plainville, Connecticut, passed away Thursday, December 05, 2019. She was born on April 3, 1932 in Colchester, VT, daughter of the late Cyrus and Eulea (Morton) Perry. Jane was the loving wife of the late R. Patrick “Pat” McGinley who she married via elopement leaving rural northern Vermont in 1956 … Continue reading “Obituary: Jane (Perry) McGinley, 87”

Obituary: Jane (Perry) McGinley, 87

Jane (Perry) McGinley, 87, of Plainville, Connecticut, passed away Thursday, December 05, 2019. She was born on April 3, 1932 in Colchester, VT, daughter of the late Cyrus and Eulea (Morton) Perry. Jane was the loving wife of the late R. Patrick “Pat” McGinley who she married via elopement leaving rural northern Vermont in 1956 … Continue reading “Obituary: Jane (Perry) McGinley, 87”

Council approves conservation and development plan

TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER Plainville recently adopted the 2019 Plan of Conservation and Development, which went into effect on Saturday, Dec. 7. During the previous meeting of the town council, Town Planner Garrett Daigle discussed the plan and how the 2019 version differs from the 2009 POCD. The goal of a POCD is to serve … Continue reading “Council approves conservation and development plan”

Council approves conservation and development plan

TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER Plainville recently adopted the 2019 Plan of Conservation and Development, which went into effect on Saturday, Dec. 7. During the previous meeting of the town council, Town Planner Garrett Daigle discussed the plan and how the 2019 version differs from the 2009 POCD. The goal of a POCD is to serve … Continue reading “Council approves conservation and development plan”