SOUTHINGTON — Although Vietnam War veteran Dan Brookes primarily served in the photo lab, taking and developing pictures, he remembers one night he was driven … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — For the first time in the town’s history, it now has a human resources position, which was included in the 2015-16 budget. “We’ve … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — After the project was put on the back burner last year, library officials were recently given the go-ahead to apply for a $1 …
By Farrah Duffany Record-Journal staff
Air Quality Alert in effect today   Published Aug 27, 2014
The National Weather Service has issued an air quality alert for today. The alert is in effect from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. The alert … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Katelyn Miller had a huge smile on her face Monday afternoon as she held on tight to her new “My Little Pony” lunch … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — The Town Council has scheduled a special meeting for Thursday to discuss negotiations with Hartford HealthCare over the future of the Bradley Memorial … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — A one car accident snapped a utility pole in half and knocked out power for some residents. Sgt. Jeffrey Dobratz, police spokesman, said … more ...
Does military equipment for police contribute to escalation and community mistrust, or are the weapons and armor cops are getting surplus from the Department of … more ...
For the adventurous dog walker tired of strolling through the same neighborhood or park this summer, there are a number of scenic routes off the … more ...
Next month state residents are encouraged to visit libraries around the state during the first-ever Passport to Connecticut Libraries program. The program offers incentives for … more ...
Popularity of DARE program wanes   Published Aug 24, 2014
A growing number of cities, including Meriden, are choosing to eliminate the once popular Drug Abuse Resistance Program. Earlier this month, Meriden Police Jeffry Cossette … more ...

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SOUTHINGTON — Walking down the hallway into the lobby of the Comfort Suites Saturday afternoon, Emily Sargent couldn’t contain her excitement as she held up … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — For one night a town pizza restaurant will transform and offer guests a taste of African food and culture. On Monday, Renaldo’s Pizza … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Incoming kindergartners stood on the blacktop next to the playground at Thalberg School Friday afternoon. Some were clinging tightly to parents, others were … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Half a dozen people gathered on Anne Road Thursday night to rescue a cat believed to be stuck in a tree. Unfortunately, the … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — A recent change in the administration of a fund for veterans means more work for the local American Legion. Igino Torone, 82, helps … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — School police officers from around the state gathered at the town police department for a weeklong training session. About 25 officers participated, including … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Bread for Life will present two fundraisers tomorrow. The first is the Walk to End Hunger, at Rogers Orchards from 9 a.m. to … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Town officials are looking for answers as to whether medical equipment at the Bradley Memorial campus of the Hospital of Central Connecticut, some … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Construction work at the town’s middle schools will not affect the start of school next week. The work this summer is part of … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — The smell of sauce, cheese and dough will fill the air Tuesday at North Ridge Golf Club as hundreds of pizzas from local … more ...
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