Category: News

Debtors Anonymous helps rein in spending

By KAITLYN NAPLES STAFF WRITER During this time of year, spending money is a daily occurrence for most. The holidays are here, presents need to be bought, sales and marketing ploys pull us into stores to purchase items we probably…

Police blotter for Dec. 21

The Plainville Police Department reported the following arrests. •Ben A. Buller, 50, of 72 North Hampton Lane, Plainville, was charged on Dec. 7 with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol and failure to drive right. Bond was set…

After Newtown: Reassuring parents

By ROB GLIDDEN STAFF WRITER Area school districts are working to restore some stability in the classrooms and reassure parents about safety, in the wake of a devastating mass shooting in Newtown. “We spent the weekend preparing for the return…

Vigil planned for Newtown on Sunday

The Town of Plainville, Plainville Board of Education, and the Plainville High School ‘Friends of Rachel Club’ will host a candlelight vigil in support of the town of Newtown on Sunday, December 23, at 6:00 PM. The vigil will be…

Police blotter for Dec. 14

The Plainville Police Department has reported the following arrests. •Paul E. Tarciani, 50, of 12 Maple St., Unit 9, Plainville, was charged on Dec. 2 with second degree failure to appear, second degree violation of conditions of release, disorderly conduct,…

Town ponders renewal of trash compact

By KAITLYN NAPLES STAFF WRITER Trash disposal is expected to decrease for Plainville, and the 13 other communities in the Bristol Resource Recovery district, under a proposed 20-year contract. Plainville is one of the communities that utilizes the Bristol-based waste-to-energy…