Child car seats save lives   Published Aug 23, 2014
During the heat of summer it is a great time to get out important information that may not be covered during the legislative session. I … more ...
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 ...
Time to send Hartford a message To the editor: I’m pleased to announce that the Petition in the Park held in July has helped me … 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 ...
A man accused of breaking into 131 storage units in 2008 was extradited from Florida and is being held on $50,000 bond. Ted Bishop, 32, … more ...
DiNello joining Plainville family   Published Aug 20, 2014
WALLINGFORD - Jim DiNello has resigned from his boys basketball post at Lyman Hall to accept a similar position at Plainville High. The Southington resident … more ...
Gov. Dannel Malloy came to Berlin Aug. 15 to promote the sales tax holiday week, which kicked off Aug. 17 and lasts until this Saturday, … 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 ...
Several motions passed at the Town Council meeting Monday night, including the ordinance “appropriating $2,640,000 for costs related to the demolition of Old Linden Street … more ...
Cache 3: Rise of the seekers   Published Aug 18, 2014
In the third part of this series, reporter Charles Kreutzkamp visits towns served by Record-Journal Weeklies to search for Geocaches. SPOILER ALERT: specific details ahead. … 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 ...

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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 ...
Turf field project meeting set   Published Aug 14, 2014
The Plainville Board of education has scheduled a meeting for Wednesday, Aug. 20, 6:30 p.m., in the Plainville High School cafeteria. Dr. Jeffrey Kitching, Superintendent … 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 ...
Robins give thanks   Published Aug 13, 2014
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 ...
After overcoming early season struggles, the New England Mustangs played their way to the Farmington Valley Baseball League senior division championship game last Tuesday, Aug. … 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 ...
Hidden treasures abound   Published Aug 6, 2014
In the first of this series, reporter Charles Kreutzkamp visits hidden treasures in locations served by Record-Journal weekly newspapers. On August 1, I went on … more ...
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