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Relax, it’s a joke   Apr 1, 2015
Residents of Sitka, Alaska awoke the morning of April 1, 1974 to see a plume of black smoke rising from the dormant volcano of Mount … more ...
Plainville Youth Services’ Kids in the Middle Program, which focuses on volunteering and community service, embarked on a “Luggage for Love” campaign recently, which collected … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Mar 31, 2015
Message sent To the editor: Plainville residents, elected leaders, local and state law enforcement officials, and caring individuals from across the state are to be … more ...
PLAINVILLE — Police are searching for a missing 19-year-old who has mild autism. Det. Sgt. Nicholas Mullins, police spokesman, said Leoule “Leo” Kassahun, was last … more ...
The demolition of the Old Linden Street School remained the top issue discussed at the presentation of artist renderings of the proposed park for the … more ...
Leocadia Niedzwiecki, an 89-year-old resident of Long Swamp Road severely bitten by a stray pit bull on March 12, was transferred to a nursing home … more ...
The following people have been charged by police: March 6: Kyle E. Lajoie, 26, 33 Saddle Hill Road, Newington, home invasion, first-degree burglary, first-degree criminal … more ...
SUFFIELD — A parole board panel that had earlier approved the release of a convicted cop killer without any input from the officer’s family rescinded … more ...
MERIDEN — Health and Human Services Director Lisa Pippa admitted to police that she staged a burglary in her office on March 9 and sent … more ...

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The idea for the proposed park at the Old Linden Street School, which would be constructed after the demolition takes place – pending approval of … more ...
Lisa Perrotti, who has lived in Plainville her entire life, travels to Maine a few times each winter to go snowmobiling. Next winter she will … more ...
The Blue Devils put to bed the notion that swimming and diving is an individual sport during the Class S state championship meet, which was … more ...
HARTFORD — A man who killed a police officer in 1977 faces a new parole hearing this week as the board reconsiders its decision to … more ...
William Alfred Johnson still remembers when the New Britain-Plainville-Southington trolley traveled past his house fronting Route 10. It cost a quarter to buy three tokens; … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Mar 24, 2015
It’s about time To the editor: In the end, time was the culprit that sealed the fate of old Linden building. Things began to go … more ...
Plainville’s Friendly’s aficionados were disappointed to see the restaurant close on March 14. But a newly renovated restaurant reopened March 23 and will welcome back … more ...
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