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 ...
We are all the same. This is the lesson that Carmine Lalama has learned through his experiences. Before settling down and marrying his love, Roberta, … more ...
According to a press release from State Rep. Betty Boukus’ Hartford office, Plainville will receive $950,000 to construct a new synthetic turf field at Plainville … more ...
They’re ready for some football   Published Aug 4, 2014
Plainville Colts football players began conditioning workouts last week. The pads are to go Aug 6. | Photos by Patrick Matthews … more ...

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Robert C. Usher. Henry Dwight Stanley. Walter E. Cadwell. Augustus Hitchcock. These men are a handful of the 58 from Plainville who answered the call … more ...
The Emerald Ash Borer has made its way into Middlesex County, with sightings in Durham and Cromwell, according to Dr. Kirby Stafford, the Connecticut State … more ...
SOUTHINGTON – Later this month, Kim Beaudoin will be on a stage in Tuscon, Arizona dressed in a glitzy green bathing suit covered in rhinestones, … more ...
Connecticut’s wide diversity of bird species is diminishing and is at risk of continued declines as habitats throughout the state suffer from neglect caused by … more ...
Linden hearing set for Aug. 18   Published Jul 26, 2014
The Town Council met July 21 to discuss a variety of issues, including securing additional money for the Economic Development Trust Fund, and the potential … more ...
Local completes cross-country trek   Published Jul 25, 2014
Nearly three months after Plainville resident Donna Stokes began her 3,000-mile fitness journey across the county, she has returned home. “It was hard. There were … more ...
For anyone who likes the outdoors, it’s hard to escape encountering a patch of poison ivy in the summer — and other seasons— in Connecticut. … more ...
Painter awarded for healing work   Published Jul 23, 2014
Heidy Kaine, a member of the Art League of Plainville, was the recent recipient of the Joy of Art award at the Joy of Art … more ...
Once again, lemonade stand was a hit   Published Jul 22, 2014
Nico’s Lemonade Stand raised $8,500 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation July 12. More money will be generated for the cause Saturday, Aug. 9, when Crowley Ford, … more ...
Burgled burger returned home   Published Jul 20, 2014
The larger-than-life fiberglass cheeseburger outside Big Steve’s Grill in Plainville is back in its rightful place after being stolen late last month. The restaurant received … more ...
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