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  • Lori Riley: Cyclists Had A Cause, And The Wheels Started Turning

     Lori Riley: Cyclists Had A Cause, And The Wheels Started Turning
    — In March of 2012, Eastern Connecticut State University seniors Patrick Scully and Nick "Fitz" Fitzner decided to go to Washington, D.C., on spring break. It was a little different from most spring breaks, however. Scully and Fitzner went to D.C....
  • Bristol Defeats Simsbury In Zone 1

    Jake Martel had two hits and drove in three runs to lead Bristol past Simsbury 5-1 in a Zone 1 American Legion game on Friday at Muzzy Field in Bristol. Jerry LaPenta pitched a complete game for the win. Kyle Pileski had three hits, including a double,...
  • Preservation Group Marks Centennial Of Heublein Tower

    SIMSBURY — This year is the centennial of the Heublein Tower, one of the state's most prominent landmarks, and a preservation group has planned a series of events to raise money for the tower's preservation and restoration. The Friends of the...
  • Simsbury Students Create "Rolling Art"

    Simsbury Students Create "Rolling Art"
    SIMSBURY — National Art Society Students at Simsbury High School have teamed up with Simsbury Free Bike to create rolling art. Larry Linonis, director of the bike-share program, said he was inspired by a Peugeot bike that was decorated by a...
  • Form-Based Zoning Opens Door To Better Neighborhoods

    For hundreds of years, cities built buildings that had both commercial and residential uses — often with a store on the first floor and apartments on upper floors. Such "mixed-use" buildings are found all over the world — except in many...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Cheryl Cook Receives Republican Nomination For State Representative

    Cheryl Cook announced today that she is the Republican nominee for the office of State Representative for the 16th District. She currently serves as a Selectman for the Town of Simsbury, a Commissioner of the Simsbury Housing Authority and as a member...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Aspiring Local Dancers Perform In The Hartt Community Division's Performance Of Peter Pan

    On June 13, 14 and 15, The Hartt School Community Division (HCD) at the University of Hartford performed the world premiere of Peter Pan, a ballet featuring newly written music by Louisiana-based composer Kermit Poling and original choreography by...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Pickleball In Simsbury

    Pickleball is being played in the hockey rink at Simsbury Farms. Beginners and players with experience welcome. We play Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 3:30-5:00 p.m. Pickleball is a fun and exciting game similar to tennis, using a badminton-size...
  • READER SUBMITTED: This Summer, Spend Rainy Thursdays Getting Lost In A Movie

    The Simsbury Free Library (SFL) is excited to announce "Rainy Day Thursdays," a new free program for the summer. If it rains on any Thursday in June, July, or August, the SFL will show a movie at 3 p.m. "We all love the summer sunshine, but every now and...
  • American Legion baseball: Reilly leads Simsbury past Southington, 7-1

    Brandon Reilly had three hits, including two doubles, to lead Simsbury to a 7-1 Zone 1 victory over Southington at Simsbury's Memorial Field. Pete Myers struck out nine and allowed two hits over five innings to earn the win and E.J. Lavoie had three...
  • Connecticut Track Championships: Branford's Anna Atkinson Wins Heptathlon

    NEW LONDON – After finishing 16th in the heptathlon at the New Balance Nationals in North Carolina this past weekend, Jillian Kilmer hopped on a plane and headed home as quickly possible. Kilmer, a sophomore for St. Paul Catholic in Bristol, didn't...