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Residents in Southington will now have assurance that if a plow should take out their mailbox, the town will front the bill - but only up to a $75 replacement.
Two area residents are facing charges after separate shoplifting incidents, accounting for a couple of the arrests reported Tuesday.
The town council approved a contract Monday to design an extension of the Farmington Canal Heritage Trail that would close 30 percent of the remaining gap in the town's portion of the popular walking and biking path.
In a relatively light, but steady weekend kept police busy with numerous cases including DUI and evading responsibility arrests.
For years, Southington police have taken off their cop hats in favor of volunteer ones in hopes of providing a happy holidays to all.
It's a busy week of meetings as town officials look to close off efforts before the holiday season and end of the year.
Uyemura International Corp. and Europlasma NV have formed a partnership to bring advanced vacuum plasma treatment technology to electronic manufacturing companies and board-makers in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
For years, Southington residents have been forced to leave town to find some of their more specific arts and crafts needs, but in just a few short months they will soon have everything they need on Queen Street.
If you are the type to put off holiday shopping until the last minute,don't fret - there are plenty of speedy ways to ship your items nationwide and ensure that they'll arrive before Dec. 25. Below is a rundown of USPS, UPS, and FedEx deadlines for pre-Christmas arrival.
The following was released regarding the annual Christmas in the Village Thursday, to be held rain or shine.
An email from Debra Guerrette, who is accused of stealing money from the Connecticut Tax Collectors Association while serving as its treasurer, indicates that she was having household money problems, according to court records.
For the second time in five months, Southington has introduced a new town planner - and this time, it appears they have found their man.
Time is running out on the 65-day extension as Bread for Life and members of the Derynoski Elementary School community continue to seek a new location for the non-profit's expansion and if a new home isn't found soon, the organization will move forward with original plans to develop the property along Main Street.