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2019: The year in review, part I

SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER Another year has come and gone. As we look ahead to 2020, it’s important to take a step back and review the...

Carousel Museum ready to kick off 30th anniversary

JAMILA YOUNG STAFF WRITER The New England Carousel Museum has been around since 1990. It is home to a collection of carousel horses, and other animals...

ESPN radio show donates over 300 toys to Salvation Army

On Wednesday, Dec. 18, ESPN Radio’s Golic and Wingo—with hosts Mike Golic, Trey Wingo, Mike Golic Jr., Jason Fitz and the show’s production staff—donated...

Veterans Strong open house showcases resources

JAMILA YOUNG STAFF WRITER Any veteran in need or families of veterans can come to the Veterans Strong Community Center (VSCC) at Bristol City Hall, 111...

Foodshare named as ‘best organization to give to’

JAMILA YOUNG STAFF WRITER In November 2019 Business.org named Foodshare the best organization to give to in the state of Connecticut, using data collected by Charity...

Lisa, Inc. receives $35K furniture grant from Bob’s Discount Furniture

SHERIDAN ROY STAFF WRITER LISA, Inc.’s residential home in Plainville was bustling with action on Friday, Dec. 13 as movers from Bob’s Discount Furniture carried in...

Town manager weighs in on growing state pension crisis

TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER In late November, the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities (CCM) released information regarding Connecticut’s state and local pension liability costs, referring to them...

Oh, Christmas Tree…

It’s a full service enterprise at Karabin Farms. Employees Ethan Kahn, front, and Lucas Karabin, back, secure a customer’s Christmas tree to the roof...

That no one may go hungry…

Southington’s Chick-fil-A restaurant will be donating all proceeds from cookie sales in the month of December to the Bread for Life food pantry. Above,...

Debt management keeps budget on track through 2025

TAYLOR MURCHISON-GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER Over the past several years, Plainville has been budgeting their debt management fund around $4.4 million annually, and Town Manager Robert Lee...

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