SOUTHINGTON — Audiences young and old will enjoy the wonderfully weird ensemble cast of Southington Youth Summer Theater Spotlights’ production of “Young Frankenstein”, which premieres Friday at the high school auditorium. Director Kristy Smith chose “Young Frankenstein” because she wanted … more ...
SOUTHINGTON —State officials say the moose population in Connecticut will continue to rise but eventually plateau despite growth in past years. More moose mean more sightings by hikers and collisions with motorists. On Sunday, a female moose was hit and … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — The Italian-American festival this weekend includes a variety of food vendors, musicians from all over the Northeast and an Italian Mass and procession. …   Published Jul 22, 2014
SOUTHINGTON — Developers looking to boost the housing options downtown could also reinvigorate the town’s center, according to officials and former residents. The expanded housing will probably come in the form of apartment or condominium buildings, which are more lucrative … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Residents wanting to enjoy a pizza and help fight cancer can visit Brixx Pizza, 131 Center St., through Aug 31. Owner Steve Olderman will donate $1 per pizza to the American Cancer Society and the Smilow Cancer Hospital … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — With other players chasing, Craig Sanderson sprinted down the field at Recreation Park Sunday morning. With his head tilted toward the sky and eyes focused on a white Frisbee, Sanderson jumped, reached up, and caught the disc, colliding … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Since she was 9 years old, Annalisa Sega has been raising money for the March of Dimes. Her first effort was a talent show at Plantsville Congregational Church. Sega, 18, was born nine weeks early, weighing a little … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — A female moose was hit and killed by a tractor-trailer on Interstate 84 early Sunday morning, according to the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. The moose was struck around 4:30 a.m. on the eastbound side of … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — The American Legion is raising money to make sure two police dogs have the equipment they need to stay safe on the job. Stephen Pintarich, past commander of the local American Legion post, said he got the idea … more ...
Offer to buy well moves ahead in vote   Published Jul 18, 2014
NEW BRITAIN — A committee of the New Britain Common Council voted Thursday to accept the Southington Water Department’s $1.3 million offer to buy the Patton Brook well. New Britain Water Department officials said the well is “fully depreciated” and … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Through petitions and letter campaigns, residents are trying to keep Hartford Healthcare from closing the inpatient unit at the Bradley campus of the Hospital of Central Connecticut. Hartford Healthcare plans to close the unit, citing declining use. The … more ...

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New sign rules in Southington   Published Jul 18, 2014
SOUTHINGTON — New rules for A-frame signs allow downtown businesses to advertise where sidewalk space is limited. Businesses outside Southington and Plantsville downtown have to keep their signs off the road under the rules passed unanimously by the Planning and … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — The owner of a large office building off West Street received approval this week for two new commercial buildings on the property in hopes of attracting restaurants as tenants. Because of the property’s I-1 industrial zoning, the plans … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — The Early Childhood Collaborative of Southington recently received $75,000 in grants to help children be better-prepared to start school. “The funding coming through was absolutely key and it allows us to do some of the work that in … more ...
Southington to get new bus for seniors   Published Jul 17, 2014
SOUTHINGTON — A state Department of Transportation grant will mostly fund a new dial-a-ride bus expected to be delivered next year. Bob Verderame, Calendar House executive director, said the grant will help the town replace a 2002 model with more … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — There are already art projects underway in the Gura building, the planned site of an arts center that Southington Community Cultural Arts has been working on for three years. Mary DeCroce, arts group chairwoman, is using the second … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Water Department officials will hear tonight whether their offer to buy a well owned by the city of New Britain was accepted. The Patton Brook well, in Southington between Harness Drive and Tanglewood Drive, is currently leased from … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Some spoke against putting a moratorium on internally illuminated signs during the Planning and Zoning Commission meeting Tuesday night, but the panel approved one anyway. Last month, the commission announced that it would be looking into eliminating internally … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Thirteen people received infractions after police responded to a report of underage drinking at a party on Wedgewood Drive last weekend. Lauren Zdeblick, 20, of Southington was charged with permitting minors to possess alcohol and possession of alcohol. … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — The town is anticipating legal action over its rejection of a bid by Covanta Energy for recycling services. The town, along with 13 others in a regional group, contracts with Covanta to take municipal solid waste. A stipulation … more ...
For 20 years, the Vans Warped Tour has been bringing people together to celebrate music and helping their community. The tour made a stop at the Xfinity Theater in Hartford Sunday. Every summer, the Warped Tour features more than 50 … more ...
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