Things piled up, you were busy with work and family and you didn’t have an opportunity to check in with Patch during the week to see what was going on. No problem, we are here to help.
The following five stories grabbed headlines and sparked interest throughout the community, so be sure to take a look back and click on the links to read the full stories.
Police Seeking Witnesses to Tuesday Evening Accident: An accident along Queen Street in the area of Laning Street this week left a man hospitalized with significant injuries, according to officers with the Southington Police Department. Police are looking for help - read the complete story for details and to see if you could provide any information.
Video Game Take Back Cancelled: ‘We’ve Accomplished Our Goals’: When members of SouthingtonSOS announced their intentions to hold a violent video game take back, the goal was to get parents talking. Their efforts led to just that, leaving no reason for the take back, they said. It's a story that has sparked debate nationwide. Do you have an opinion? Click the link to share your thoughts.
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Study Will Poll Parents on All-Day Kindergarten Program: The administration will poll parents of incoming kindergartners to determine what the community's perogative is as it relates to all-day kindergarten, but financially the Board of Education may be forced to make a decision before then. What would it cost and how likely is the program to come to town? You'll have to read the complete story for more.
Berlin Man Charged in December Robbery at Farmington Bank: Police this week arrested a man they said was involved with a noon robbery at the Farmington Bank branch on Dec. 3. Want to know how he was caught and what happened? Read the full story for more.
Liberty Street Development Could Provide Boost to Downtown Businesses: There could soon be 22 new condominiums downtown, available for active seniors, and officials were in favor of the plan, saying it's likely to be a draw to businesses and could provide even more benefits in the long run. Read the complete story to learn more about what is coming and where.
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