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Finance dept. merger to proceed

After the most recent council meeting, Plainville can now officially move forward with merging the financial departments of the Board of Education and the town. The Board of Education approved the move in a majority vote, as did the council.…

Police blotter July 27

Plainville police reported the following arrests: •Patrick J. Anderson, 51, of 141 Woodland St., Hartford, was charged on July 14 with third degree identity theft, two counts of second degree forgery, two counts of second degree conspiracy to commit forgery,…

Curious public can learn about Phoenix July 26

by KAITLYN NAPLES Residents began finding out back in April about Phoenix Soil, a soil-recycling business, moving to Plainville after the company was given the blessing of The Plainville Zoning Commission. Since then, more and more residents have been speaking…

Open for business

By KAITLYN NAPLES STAFF WRITER Robertson Airport was closed for about 60 days while renovations were being made. It is now officially open for business, and town officials are hopeful the number of planes flying in and out of the…

Police blotter for Jan. 4

The Plainville Police Department has reported the following arrests. •Jennifer T. Arey, 43, of 38 Central Ave., Bristol, was charged on Dec. 22 with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol and a control sign violation. Bond was set…