United Way honors those who ‘live united’

BRISTOL – United Way of West Central Connecticut’s 17th annual awards dinner “Let’s Talk United – Lights, Camera, Action” honored individuals who go “above and beyond” and exemplify what it means to “Live United” Thursday night at the DoubleTree by Hilton. “We always have a great crop of award winners but they’re especially great this year,” said Donna Osuch, United Way president. “This our opportunity to honor all of you who are truly Living United, making our communities better places …

Southington graduation party needs donations

SOUTHINGTON – The “All Knight Graduation Party” Committee has established a GoFundMe page to help raise money for a safe, fun night of celebration for graduating high school seniors. The party, named after the school’s Blue Knights football team, will be held from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m. on graduation night in the gym, cafeteria and auditorium at Southington High School at 720 Pleasant St. The graduates will be able to eat, dance, win prizes, play games, and enjoy one …

Butter lambs, pierogi for sale Saturday at New Britain’s St. Lucian’s Residence

NEW BRITAIN – St. Lucian’s Residence is again gearing up for its annual Pierogi and Butter Lamb Sale, which will help fund the little extras to help improve residents’ quality of life, such as programs and day trips. Each year for about two decades, the senior care facility has sold a variety of Polish treats to not only raise funds but to give people a chance to purchase their holiday favorites. Staff members and volunteers are already working hard to …

Become a “history detective” at the Plainville Historical Society

PLAINVILLE – The Plainville Historical Society invites people to become a “history detective” April 16 when it hosts its second annual Mystery Night at the Museum. The program will begin at 7 p.m. at the Historic Center at 29 Pierce Street. Refreshments will be served. Participants will be able to view, study, and try to identify or answer questions about items and photographs from days gone by – from household items and artifacts to school photos and more. The program …

Plymouth mayor: There are not many vacant buildings

PLYMOUTH – The Town of Plymouth is pursuing a path of steady economic growth and ensuring that no building remains vacant for long, said Mayor David Merchant. “I’m pretty optimistic,” said Merchant. “Every year our industrial park is expanding. When I first got here in 2013, the Napco Building was sitting abandoned and Tremco has since taken it over. When I was running for re-election, there wasn’t a single empty building in our industrial park.” The Nutmeg Spice Company, located …

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