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SOUTHINGTON — While a building at 56 Center St. appears nearly complete, there’s no indication when or if a tenant will move into the first floor. Owner Simon Delbuono said last year that an Asian fusion restaurant was expected to … more ...
It helps to be prepared, with an AED   Published Apr 17, 2014
SOUTHINGTON — Since the mid-1970s, John Barrasso has trained thousands of people in the construction industry to perform CPR and to use an automated external defibrillator. It wasn’t until recently that he had to put his own training into action, … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — The Kiwanis Easter egg hunt will take place at South End School tomorrow. The egg hunt will take place at 209 Deckert Drive …
SOUTHINGTON — The Hospital of Central Connecticut needs approval from the state to close the in-patient unit at the Bradley Memorial campus but hospital officials aren’t sure when paperwork will be filed. More study will be needed to determine what … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — With students on April vacation this week abatement work and moving into the new additions continues at the middle schools. Members of the Middle School Building Committee learned this week that all the furniture and other items have … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — A local dumpster and recycling company is looking to change an area of Buckland Street from a residential zone to a business zone in order to expand and some neighbors aren’t thrilled. HQ Dumpsters and Recycling in Plantsville … more ...
MIDDLETOWN (AP) — Connecticut State Police began field testing a new dispatch system Wednesday that restores some functions to local barracks, partially undoing the consolidation efforts that began two years ago. New state police Commissioner Dora B. Schriro said the … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Despite plans to close the in-patient unit, Hospital of Central Connecticut officials say emergency care services at Bradley Memorial will remain and be available at all hours. Plans to close the unit, predicated on approval from the state, … more ...

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SOUTHINGTON — A town woman faces worker’s compensation fraud charges after officials say she went on disability leave from the Wallingford Walmart. Jade Beaulieu, 38, of 66 Wheeler Village Drive was arrested Wednesday and charged with worker’s compensation fraud and … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Four years after renovations were complete at Plantsville School, the state considers the project officially done. At a school board meeting last week, Fred Cox, school director of operations, said the state Department of Education’s review of the … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Town Councilors say they’re not privatizing the bulky waste transfer station, a plan suggested by a local company looking to expand. Savings weren’t great enough to justify reducing residents’ access and requiring more sorting, according to Paul Champagne, … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — The Sewer Committee will meet tonight. Items on the agenda include a methanol purchase for Astro Chemicals for April and communications from the public. The meeting is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. in Town Hall Council Chambers. View Agenda. … more ...
STAMFORD (AP) — Connecticut commuters expect to hear from Metro-North officials about the commuter railroad’s 100-day improvement plan. The executives, including the senior vice president of operations, were scheduled to address the Connecticut Commuter Rail Council on Wednesday during the … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — The Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved a special permit use application for a proposed 31-unit residential development on Liberty Street. Three buildings would create the residential area totaling 1.28 acres. Stephen Giudice , owner of Harry E. … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — For more than 40 years Art Rich has been taking photos, mentoring photographers, and running a business in town. His efforts were recognized recently when the Connecticut Professional Photographers Association awarded him its Lifetime Achievement Award. “It makes … more ...
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