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Police blotter for April 19

The Plainville Police Department reported the following arrests. ••Courtney E. Byrnes, 26, of 71 Newton Ave., Plainville, was charged on April 5 with third degree larceny and conspiracy to commit third degree larceny. Bond was set at $5,000 with an…

Celebrate the library, help the pantry

By ROB GLIDDEN STAFF WRITER The Plainville Public Library observed National Library Week by allowing patrons to waive any overdue fines with a donation to the food pantry. As its name indicates, National Library Week is observed all over the…

School volunteers to be celebrated

April 21 to 27 is National Volunteer Week, and Plainville Community Schools is proud and grateful for the hundreds of volunteers who share their time and talent in a variety of ways with students and district staff. Volunteers in Plainville’s…

Phoenix Soil plan gets airing in town

By KAITLYN NAPLES STAFF WRITER Last year, the Plainville Planning and Zoning Commission gave its blessing to a soil recycling company when the company said it wanted to move to Plainville. Phoenix Soil LLC., currently resides in Waterbury but has…

Police blotter for April 12

The Plainville Police Department has reported the following arrests. •Mario Juarez, 33, of 377 Farmington Ave., Plainville, was charged on April 1 with third degree assault and second degree breach of peace. Bond was set at $5,000 with an April…

Time to get wet, says Accuweather

 A little bit of warmth will now lead to rain, reports Accuweather  State College, Pa. — 10 April 2013 — AccuWeather reports the weather pattern that brought summerlike warmth to much of the East recently will yield to clouds, rain…