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Obituaries: Michael Buden

  True to his motto of not being on this earth for a long time, but a good time, Michael “Mick” Buden, 65, of Bristol, left us all too soon on Thursday, June 7, following a brief illness.    …

Obituaries: Dean S. Perry

Dean S. Perry, 64, of Plainville, passed away on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 at Hartford Hospital.  He was the beloved husband of Elizabeth (Middleton) Perry, with whom he shared 38 years of marriage. Born in New Britain on February 6,…

Plainville High’s valedictorian Nathan Michalek

By SHERIDAN CYR STAFF WRITER The valedictorian is the highest academic achievement a high schooler can obtain from their school. For Plainville High School, the achievement will be another bullet point for Nathan Michalek’s resume. Michalek’s key to success was…

Plainville High’s salutatorian Abigail Leander

By SHERIDAN CYR STAFF WRITER Plainville High School salutatorian, Abigail Leander, feels as though her hard work and determination has paid off. A lifelong Plainville resident, Leander will be sent off to the University of Connecticut in the fall, but…

Hazard mitigation plan subject of hearing

By TAYLOR MURCHISON- GALLAGHER STAFF WRITER The Capital Region Council of Governments, CRCOG, hosted an informational session at the Plainville Public Library on Monday, May 29, to discuss the natural hazard mitigation plan, as the current plan will expire in…

Police blotter for June 8

The Plainville Police Department announced the following arrests and citations from Friday, May 25 to Thursday, May 31: Patrick J. Lennon, 19, of 54 Dewey Ave., Plainville, was arrested on May 25 and charged with third degree assault and disorderly…

Plainville’s Legion team up for challenge

By KEN MORSE CORRESPONDENT The Plainville Post 33 American Legion baseball team will move from Zone 7 to Zone 1 this season and head coach Brian McCarthy feels his team will be up for the challenge. “We faced some pretty…

Miss CT contestants relish being role models

By MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR This weekend, 25 women and 21 teens will travel to Waterbury’s Palace Theater to find out who will be crowned Miss Connecticut and Miss Connecticut’s Outstanding Teen. The winner of the two pageants will head…