SOUTHINGTON — Students can build their confidence and acting skills during acting and improvisation classes being held at the historic Marion School House in the … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — The Town Council Monday unanimously approved a property tax exemption for veterans who have been fully disabled during their service. Veterans already receive … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Members of a sport fishing advocacy group hope that sinking fish attractors just off the shore of Crescent Lake will swell fish populations …
By Molly Callahan Record-Journal staff
SOUTHINGTON — The Planning and Zoning Commission launched a survey today on proposed changes to recreational vehicle regulations. The survey is available on the town’s … more ...
The live-where-you-work requirement   Published Sep 21, 2014
MERIDEN — For Mayor Manny Santos, there’s no downside to requiring all future city managers, department heads and non-union supervisors to become city residents. He … more ...
HARTFORD — As part of his senior project, Dustin Pratt, along with two other classmates, will create a quadcopter that will fly by itself, a … more ...
The choice facing small hospitals isn’t whether to remain independent or partner with a larger facility. It’s which network to join and what the merger … more ...
Residency rules more common in cities   Published Sep 21, 2014
Cities have been most supportive of residency requirements for department heads, while suburban towns usually only require town managers to live locally. Hartford, New Haven … more ...
SOUTHINGTON ­— Bradley Memorial will not go the way of the abandoned Cook Avenue hospital building in Meriden, according to Hartford HealthCare leaders. Lucille Janatka, … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Spending 10 days in India was something Bill Lynch considers both a spiritual and educational experience that he will never forget. Lynch, a … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — A six-lot subdivision is planned on a little under 8 acres on West Pines Drive. Bagno LLC, a company based in town, recently … more ...

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SOUTHINGTON — After moving from Italy at 15 years old in 1937, Ralph Crispino built a name by establishing businesses in town like Rex Forge … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — The Conservation Commission will hold a special on site meeting tonight. Items on the agenda include an application by Don and Nancy Florian … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — A male employee at a pizza restaurant on West Street got his hand caught in a dough rolling machine Wednesday night, sending him … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Nellie Shepard taught chemistry and physics to hundreds of students at the high school over the course of 30 years. Because of her … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — A Home Depot employee is facing charges after police say she stole more than $18,000 in bank deposits from the store. Patricia Croteau, … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — School administrators are trying to improve communication with New Britain Transportation after some problems with school buses running late. School Superintendent Tim Connellan … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — The success of a test program has prompted the school board to adopt a new policy allowing high school students to use their … more ...
Scots divided over independence vote   Published Sep 17, 2014
The best thing to come out of England, according to Henry McCully, is a road to Scotland. But despite pride in his native country, the … more ...
Survey planned on new RV rules   Published Sep 17, 2014
SOUTHINGTON — The Planning and Zoning Commission decided Tuesday to conduct a survey on proposed changes to recreational vehicle regulations. The plan is to have … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Staff and students at Kennedy Middle School took “lockdown” security precautions late Tuesday morning after a teacher reported a suspicious person in the … more ...
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