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Wednesday 05/05/2021
sloper-hall-of-fame-2021-inductees-announced Sloper Hall of Fame 2021 inductees announced
icon Posted: 05 May 2021 [11:44 AM]

SOUTHINGTON – The Southington-Cheshire Community YMCA has announced the 2021 inductees into the Sloper Hall of Fame. The inductees, which include…

new-britain-police-blotter New Britain police blotter
icon Posted: 05 May 2021 [10:56 AM]

New Britain police report the following: April 26 Luis Colon, 31, 147 Lawlor St. Apt. 1N, New Britain, illegal operation of motor…

plainville-police-blotter Plainville police blotter
icon Posted: 05 May 2021 [10:51 AM]

Plainville police report the following: Mariah Dominique, 29, of 74 Farmington Ave., was charged (no date listed) with having a dog with…

Tuesday 05/04/2021
new-britain-police-blotter New Britain police blotter
icon Posted: 04 May 2021 [09:03 AM]

New Britain police report the following: April 24 Eddie Sanchez-Lopez, 48, 105 Willow St. Apt. N2, New Britain, disorderly conduct, assault third…

southington-police-blottr Southington police blottr
icon Posted: 04 May 2021 [09:00 AM]

Southington police report the following: Kirk Boulier, 30, of 7 Taft Pointe, Waterbury, was charged April 26 with violation of a protective…

Monday 05/03/2021
new-britain-police-blotter New Britain police blotter
icon Posted: 03 May 2021 [11:14 AM]

New Britain police report the following: April 23 Rakiese Mcfadden, 27, 50 Olive St. Second Floor, Meriden, drive wrong way-one way street,…

plainville-police-blotter Plainville police blotter
icon Posted: 03 May 2021 [11:08 AM]

Plainville police report the following: David Marshall, 36, of 410 Emmett St., Unit 91, was charged April 25 with possession of crack…

southington-police-blotter Southington police blotter
icon Posted: 03 May 2021 [11:01 AM]

Southington police report the following: Jonathan Cappellino, 19, of 10 Grand St., New Britain, was charged April 8 with possession of a…

tick-populations-on-the-rise-in-connecticut Tick populations on the rise in Connecticut
icon Posted: 03 May 2021 [10:52 AM]

NEW HAVEN - Connecticut’s tick population is increasing this season, due to a variety of factors that include shorter and warmer winters…

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