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New Bristol titleholders accept their crowns and sashes

by MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR Crowns and sashes may have been distributed at Nuchie’s in Forestville. But for the eight young women who stepped forward last Friday...

Plainville Rec. Dept. registering for spring programs

The Plainville Recreation Department is now accepting spring session registrations. “We have a couple new programs that we’re showcasing,” said Courtney Hewett, department director who...

Imagine Nation classes taking part in theater program

In January, the Early Learning School at Imagine Nation, A Museum Early Learning Center started a new theater program funded by The Stocker Foundation. Two...

Complete count committee is ready for Census 2020

Every year that ends in a zero—2000, 2010, and now 2020—share one important commonality: they are the years in which the federal government conducts...

Dancing through the decades: Dressed to impress at the food pantry dance

A group of 1950s greasers mingling through a crowd punctuated by flashes of 1980s neon, beaded hemlines straight from the 1920s,  1990s flannels, 1960s...

Getting the Mardi Gras party started

When www.TripSavvy.com announced its nine Best Cities for Celebrating Mardi Gras in the United States last month, the southern states were king. New Orleans, the...

Plainville senior center ready to celebrate 45 years of fun

Plainville officials are getting ready for another milestone celebration—the 45th anniversary of the Plainville Senior Citizens Center opening. Shawn Cohen, the first and only executive...

YMCA celebrates quarter century of community outreach, community volunteers

The Southington-Cheshire Community YMCA celebrated another positive year at their 91st annual dinner at the Aqua Turf on Feb. 5. YMCA leadership, staff and...

Down the Hatch wins first round at Crystal Bees battle of the bands

After jamming to classic rock songs such as “Man in the Box” by Alice in Chains, “Barracuda” by Heart, and R&B classic “No Diggity”...

Tops Marketplace construction nearing completion

Just about a year after the fire that burned the whole building to the ground, Tops Marketplace will host a grand opening of the...

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