Robert Butler, the founder of Living In Safe Alternatives, Inc., when he opened the Plainville Group Home for women in 1970, died nine years ago … more ...
The Middle School of Plainville students and staff will have an additional opportunity to read, exercise and do good deeds, as part of the “Read, … more ...
A day to remember and serve   Published Sep 11, 2014
(The following is a message from Joe Daniels, president and CEO of the National September 11 Memorial and Museum. Go to 911memorial.org to learn more … more ...
If your animal instincts tell you to check out pigpenandink.com, it may be because owner Wendy Barnes has been nominated as a finalist in the … more ...
CHESHIRE — Though walking the ridge line along the Quinnipiac Trail proves to be quite a workout, the views from the top make the trek … more ...
CHESHIRE — In the early 2000s, the state had a problem. Budget shortfalls were extensive, resulting in critical staff cutbacks at many state parks. The … more ...
2014 Hot Air Balloon Festival   Published Aug 30, 2014
Photos by Brett Bogdan, Adam Stuhlman … more ...
Colts hit the field   Published Aug 29, 2014
Prepping for their season-opener, the Plainville Colts Junior Pee Wee football team participated in a jamboree recently. | Photos by Patrick Matthews … more ...
BOE discusses turf project   Published Aug 28, 2014
The Board of Education held a special meeting Aug. 20 to discuss the potential implementation of a new synthetic turf field at Plainville High School. … more ...
Helping pets in need find families   Published Aug 27, 2014
Sue Bronsard was one of the many folks at the pet adoption event put on by the Friends of Berlin Animal Control (FOBAC) held at … more ...
Balloon festival attendance soars   Published Aug 26, 2014
The Plainville Fire Company hosted the 30th Annual Hot Air Balloon Festival from Friday to Sunday, and people came out in droves to take part … more ...

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A look back at summer 2014   Published Aug 25, 2014
A bride, who purchased her gown several months ago, recently called her seamstress, Charlotte Roy, with some news. Yes, the wedding planning was going well, … more ...
Folks flock to end-of-summer Fun Day   Published Aug 20, 2014
If you came ready for fun, you came prepared. According to Kelly McCabe, camp coordinator for the Plainville Recreation Department, between 800 and 1,000 people … more ...
Todd Ruggere’s Pour Tour, a fundraiser for pediatric cancer research, has reached the end of the road. Saturday, at Two Roads Brewing Co. in Stratford, … more ...
Yes, accountants can cut loose   Published Aug 18, 2014
Members of the CT Society of CPAs came out to Norton Park Aug. 16 for a kickball tournament to raise donations for the medical needs … more ...
Group home reaches out to neighbors   Published Aug 15, 2014
For 18-year-old Jesayde C., who has lived in the women’s group home in Plainville for almost two years, her life changed before it even really … more ...
Town Council passed a motion Monday night to fund $28,000 to Plainville Little League to help in the development of a softball field at Trumbull … more ...
For the eighth year, the artistic talents of more than 100 students was put on display at the Linden Street School, decorated for all to … more ...
Geocaching 2: Poison ivy’s revenge   Published Aug 12, 2014
In the second part of this series, reporter Charles Kreutzkamp visits towns served by Record-Journal Weeklies to search for Geocaches. SPOILER ALERT: specific details ahead. … more ...
A public hearing will be held Monday, Aug. 18 at 7:30 p.m. at the municipal center when citizens can voice their opinion on whether or … more ...
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