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With cold temperatures continuing to keep people indoors and searching for things to do, pottery may be an activity to try. Creating and painting pottery, … more ...
The road to freedom for many people of color who became indentured servants or were sold into slavery in 18th and 19th century Connecticut was … more ...
Wine maker Amanda Brackett recently helped guide a small group of people through racking their barrel of cabernet. Wine had to be siphoned from the … more ...
The Plainville Choral Society invites the public to its Pops Concert on Friday, March 13, 7:30 p.m., at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 355 Camp St. … more ...
Russ James, who has lived in Plainville for 25 years and retired in 2011 after a 30-year career as a sergeant on the Bristol police … more ...
The Plainville Town Council approved the recommendation of Town Manager Robert E. Lee and authorized ESCO, the Lenox, Mass. lighting company, to develop a street … more ...
Several mailboxes on Parker Farms Road in Wallingford were knocked over or broken by snowplows recently, something a resident said has happened before. Toni Wood … more ...
Local legislators, including state Sen. Henri Martin, said they support the creation of a task force to combat corruption in Connecticut. The Connecticut Public Corruption … more ...
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Instead of showing off a copy of an ultrasound photo or making a phone call to a family member to share the news, many expecting … more ...
Members of the Cyber Knights high school robotics team put their skills to use repairing a robot for Southington police. The robot, just over a … more ...
BRISTOL — With a pair of scissors Adam Treffery, the ride supervisor at Lake Compounce, carefully cut the plastic wrapped around an Allosaurus to slowly … more ...
Girls basketball The Lady Blue Devils are headed in the wrong direction as a 0-2 week dropped the team to 6-11 on the season. Plainville … more ...
People have flocked to the theaters to see the movie “American Sniper,” which had a $90 million debut weekend at the box office. Some Connecticut … more ...
Most residents stayed home to avoid the cold on Feb. 5 but about 50 attended the town forum in the council chambers to discuss the … more ...
The Plainville Knights of Columbus Council was recently recognized with the designation of Star Council by the national Knights of Columbus organization. The Star Council … more ...
Spunky. A spitfire. Always “game.” These are some of the terms of endearment friends and family use to describe Millie D’Antonio, the long-time Plainville Republican … more ...
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