Category: News

Wing it for charity

J. Timothy’s Taverne will hold its first ever wing-eating competition, “Wings for Wishes,” to benefit the Connecticut chapter of the Make A Wish Foundation. Teams of five will compete to consume the most buffalo wings, made in the restaurant’s trademark…

Woman saluted by Business Journal

by KAITLYN NAPLES STAFF WRITER Every year, since 1998, the Hartford Business Journal acknowledging 40 outstanding individuals in the state, who are under the age of 40, and have made their presence known in the business world. This year, out…

Opportunity knocks for local artist

by MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR Staci Lenart has had a lifelong love for art. And she’s well on her way to being an art teacher. But it wasn’t until a chance opportunity a year ago that the Plainville resident realized…

Plane crash victim ID’d

By KAITLYN NAPLES STAFF WRITER The pilot killed in the plane crash two weeks ago at Robertson Airport has been identified as 51-year-old James Seaver. Seaver. wjp has addresses in Torrington and Winsted, was killed instantly July 26 aboard a…

Police log for Aug. 10

Plainville police reported the following arrests: •Emily E. Angelillo, 19, of 72 Pinecrest Dr., Southington, was charged on July 30 with second degree threatening and second degree breach of peace. She was held on a $2,500 bond for a July…

Police blotter for Aug. 3

Plainville police reported the following arrests: •Jayar R. Culling, 32, of 37 East St., Plainville was arrested July 27 and charged with disorderly conduct. •Jennifer L Height, 30, of 196 summit St., Plantsville  was arrested on July 27 and charged…

Senate campaign pauses at Mizzy

United States Senate candidate Linda McMahon visited Mizzy Construction in Plainville for a meet and greet event. McMahon, the former CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), unsuccessfully ran for Senate in 2010 against former Connecticut attorney general Richard Blumenthal. This…