Playing for a cause   Published Oct 24, 2014
Bridge project moving along, slowly   Published Oct 23, 2014
The Tomlinson Avenue Bridge project, which secured a grant from the Department of Transportation several years ago, is now in the design process, according to … more ...
Several motions passed at the Town Council meeting Monday night, including a request from General Electric to work on the town property on the opposite … more ...
PHS alum party like it’s 1979   Published Oct 21, 2014
Get those memories going. The Plainville High School class of 1979 held its 35th reunion at the Farmington Woods Clubhouse in Avon Oct.18, and class … more ...
Neighbors helping neighbors   Published Oct 20, 2014
The Wheeler Regional Family YMCA will hold Paralympics Day for the community Sunday, Oct. 19, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. “This is a great opportunity … more ...
Festival promises to be boo–eautiful   Published Oct 17, 2014
The Plainville United Methodist Church Sunday school will be hosting its first ever Pumpkin Festival Saturday, Oct. 18, at 56 Redstone Hill. Organizers want to … more ...
Local company working on Freedom Tower   Published Oct 16, 2014
Modern Woodcrafts, in Plainville since 1959, has been chosen by JRM Construction of New Jersey to complete the millwork of the top three floors – … more ...
Scenes from the 2014 Homecoming parade   Published Oct 15, 2014
Photos by Matt Leidemer … more ...
Murphy visits local business   Published Oct 15, 2014
U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy toured Modern Woodcrafts in Plainville recently. The business is currently doing work on the Freedom Tower project. | Adam Stuhlman / … more ...
Rite of fall   Published Oct 14, 2014
A highlight of Plainville High School’s annual Homecoming football game is the Homecoming parade. Pictured are members of the Homecoming court, and the senior float, … more ...

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SOUTHINGTON — Theweather was perfect, the foliage was radiant, the fruit was ripe and the lines were long Sunday at Karabin Farms. Families flocked to … more ...
Skipping vaccines an unwise decision   Published Oct 12, 2014
(Editor’s note: A Letter to the Editor which appeared recently in Town Times, sister paper of The Citizen, encouraged readers to avoid flu vaccines. What … more ...
CHESHIRE — Continuing his push to end the early release of violent criminals, Republican Len Suzio stood Oct. 8 with Dr. William Petit and called … more ...
Here’s Johnny   Published Oct 11, 2014
Moments from the PARC walk   Published Oct 10, 2014
PARC, which serves individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, held The Helen Coughlin Memorial Walk on Sept. 27. … more ...
Losses piling up   Published Oct 9, 2014
Just past the midway point of the regular season, the Plainville High School girls soccer team owned a record of 2-5-2. The local lost both … more ...
The Plainville Choral Society begins its new season celebrating 45 years of performances. “It’s always great when we hit these milestones,” said Peter Peluso, PCS … more ...
Play time   Published Oct 6, 2014
Middle School of Plainville Technology Education faculty members Kim Coyle and Camille Westfall recently applied and received funding for two MakerBot 3D printers through a … more ...
Bullying, a problem that continues to impact people of all ages, is being confronted by students from the Middle School of Plainville. The MSP Ally … more ...
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