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Observer to close due to virus

To our readers, Due to the COVID-19 virus and the executive orders from the President and the Governor, we will not be printing the weekly...

Southington releases an updated contact list for essential services

Town Manager Mark Sciota released an update on town services following Gov. Ned Lamont’s request. The police department, fire department, water pollution control and community...

Library board recommends new building in Southington

After months of planning, the library board has settled on a recommendation for the library renovation project. Recently, the board recommended that town officials...

Wolcott man arrested for domestic dispute in a car

Alex Wabuda, 23, of Wolcott, was arrested by Southington police after a domestic dispute that started at the Plantsville Dunkin' Donuts at 1843 Meriden...

Transfer station to re-open, bulk pickup begins later in the month

Dominick Moschini, superintendent of roadways, announced that the transfer station on Granger Lane will open for the season this Saturday, April 4. The transfer...

FEMA approves major disaster relief for Connecticut

Gov. Ned Lamont announced on Sunday, March 29, that he has been notified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) that his request for...

SHS Wall of Honor ceremony postponed

The annual Southington High School Wall of Honor ceremony is being postponed from April 22 to a date in October. Once the 2020-2021 school...

Editorial: The best and the worst of us

It’s hard to believe that this is the third edition since coronavirus stories first began to appear in the pages of the Southington Observer....

Commentary: Youth council has already done a full year’s work

Due to the situation we are facing, not only as a community but as a nation, we thought it would be a great opportunity...
Local students are settling in for home schooling. A St. Paul Catholic student, above, has her tablet on her kitchen table to continue lessons at her school.

Learning continues during virus outbreak

As schools around the state have closed due to COVID-19, St  Paul Catholic High School is making sure their students are still getting an...

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