All-American Thanksgiving history   Published Nov 25, 2014
The Citizen wishes you, your family and community a Happy Thanksgiving. Enjoy these words of thanksgiving from notable figures in our nation’’s history. The First … more ...
Scenes from the PARC Bowlathon   Published Nov 24, 2014
Photos by Robin Lee Michel … more ...
Despite record, girls achieve success   Published Nov 25, 2014
It’s not very often that a season with a losing record can be considered a success. For the Lady Blue Devils, however, the 2014 campaign … more ...
For the first time in the 12 years of the PARC Thanksgiving Bowling Classic, supporters nearly had to be turned away from Laurel Lanes in … more ...
Last year, a calendar change was made for Plainville Community Schools, making Veterans Day a full school day. When this change was first presented to … more ...
The Community Foundation of Greater New Britain has donated $680 to the Oneida Health Foundation, and the funds will go towards Holistic Holiday, an event … more ...
Snow Views: Are you ready?   Published Nov 23, 2014
T’is the season to get ready...for the season ahead. Sliding down snow covered hills is about to become a reality. Are you ready? There are … more ...
Treats for troops   Published Nov 22, 2014
Early this year I received a call from Williamsburg, Va. On the phone was Bruce Ward, a close friend going back to 1979. Some of … more ...
The Plainville school district has been recognized with several awards from the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education, according to Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Jeffrey … more ...
Local business helping food drive   Published Nov 22, 2014
The Cellular Connection, the largest Verizon Premium Wireless Retailer in the United States, has announced that its stores will donate and volunteer at local food … more ...

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Wendy Barnes, owner of the local business PigPen&Ink, took her art to the city recently for Open Studio Weekend, an event which is part of … more ...
Plainville Police Blotter   Published Nov 20, 2014
The following people have been charged by police: Sept. 25 Brauler Soares, 43, 14 River St., tamper with motor vehicle without permission, third-degree criminal mischief, … more ...
Local schools applaud veterans   Published Nov 19, 2014
“It really touched me.” That’s how veteran Glen Walker, who served in the First Air Cavalry from 1969 to1970, described his reaction to hearing his … more ...
Football Junior John Lindgren and his fellow Blue Devils sent the seniors out in style, as Plainville romped Bloomfield 34-6 during Senior Night on Friday … more ...
The beat goes on   Published Nov 18, 2014
The Plainville Food Pantry is asking the community to remember our neighbors this holiday season as the need for food and services continues to rise. … more ...
Cheerleaders from Plainville are participating in the second annual Cheer for Dana-Farber fundraiser, which supports adult and pediatric cancer care and research at Boston’s Dana-Farber … more ...
The Plainville Choral Society is ringing in cheer with its annual holiday concert “December Song” Friday, Dec. 5 and Saturday, Dec. 6 at 7:30 p.m. … more ...
Some green for going ‘green’   Published Nov 17, 2014
Parent-teacher organizations in Plainville Community Schools recently received a donation thanks to a program spearheaded by Plainville’s Clean Energy Taskforce. As part of the group’s … more ...
Plainville resident William J. Hall, an accomplished author, released the book, “The World’s Most Haunted House: The True Story of the Bridgeport Poltergeist on Lindley … more ...
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