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  • Simsbury Goes Back To School Wednesday

    SIMSBURY — The Simsbury School District goes back to school on Wednesday Aug. 26. Simsbury High School and Henry James Memorial Middle School begin at 7:32 a.m. Central School, Latimer Lane, Tariffville School and Tootin' Hills begin at 8:15 a....
  • READER SUBMITTED: How To Make Every Day A Friday

    What would it be like for you if you woke up every day excited & on fire about your life, you loved your job so much you couldn't wait to get there, your health, finances & relationships couldn't possibly be better, you felt relaxed, peaceful and in...
  • Mary Harrop Is Avon UNICO's Citizen Of The Year

    Mary Harrop Is Avon UNICO's Citizen Of The Year
    AVON — Mary Harrop, a long-time volunteer for many community groups in town, has been named the Avon UNICO chapter's citizen of the year. The service organization names a citizen of the year annually and Harrop is 17th person to be honored by...
  • Simsbury Students Back In The Classroom

    Simsbury Students Back In The Classroom
    SIMSBURY — Local students went back to the classroom for the 2014-2015 school year Wednesday, and school officials said the day went smoothly. New Principal Beth Hennessy at Central School welcomed students and parents Wednesday morning....
  • READER SUBMITTED: Simsbury Arts Academy Partners With Gifts Of Love

    During the summer, the Simsbury Arts Academy (SAA) faculty, interns, students and families participated in a community service initiative in partnership with Avon's Gifts of Love resulting in the collection of hundreds of dollars in new arts supplies...
  • 1666 House Site Could Be A Town Center For Farmington

    I read with interest the article in the Farmington Valley Extra concerning the demolition and development of the property at the "center" of Farmington, the so-called 1666 House [Aug. 21, "Plan Would Demolish 1666 House"]. To put yet another drive-...
  • New Rams' coach aims to rebuild program

    New Rams' coach AJ Taddio said he hopes to change the Rockville program by essentially rebuilding it from the ground up. He said he's trying to bring a new attitude to the players, by getting them to not worry about wins and losses, but to instead focus...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Simsbury Volunteer Fire Company Officers

    Simsbury Volunteer Fire Company Fire Chief James Baldis has announced the promotions of Lt. Todd Kelley, Engineer Stephen Hess and Firefighter Jeff Holmes. Kelley will be the captain of Weatogue station after having served as a lieutenant at Main station...
  • Slowly, A Wave Of Walkable Town Development Gains Speed

    Slowly, A Wave Of Walkable Town Development Gains Speed
    A handful of people were already gathered around the stone fountain in Glastonbury center when a family of four parked on Main Street and walked to a table in the summer sunset to enjoy their burgers and fries. Nearby, a husband and wife from East...
  • Simsbury Teen Organizes Fundraiser For Dog Rescue Group

    Simsbury Teen Organizes Fundraiser For Dog Rescue Group
    SIMSBURY — High school senior Josie Black is spending her summer organizing the 3rd Annual Puppypalooza for Simsbury-based Boot n' Kit Canine Rescue. The event will take place Saturday, September 13 at Canton Indoor Golf from 6 to 10 p.m. Black,...
  • Simsbury Grange Sets Date For Fair

    SIMSBURY — The Simsbury Grange and Agricultural Fair is scheduled for Saturday Sept. 13 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The fair will include bake and craft sales, children's activities, hayrides from Flamig Farm and contests. It will be at the Simsbury...