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.
It was a busy week in Southington with a lot of news that captured people’s attention and we have all the details. 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.
TD Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested at Southington Business: A Southington man has been charged in connection with a Monday evening robbery at the TD Bank branch on the Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike. Find out who he was, how he was caught and what charges he's facing by clicking the link to read the complete story.
Police Searching for Suspects in String of Robberies: While one case has been brought to a close, two others that occurred within a 14-hour period in different parts of town. Descriptions of the man, or men, involved are similar but the Southington Police Department has yet to make a connection. For more information, be sure to read the full story.
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Middle School Project Likely Back to Referendum - But With a Twist: Voters may soon be determing for a second time whether to approve middle school renovations after remediation needs and design overruns have pushed costs above the approved $85 million, but there's a catch. It could actually lead to lower costs for the town's taxpayers. How is that possible? Read the complete story to find out.
Connecticut Budget Deficit Up Another $50 Million: Despite promises to ring in spending, the state's budget continues to head in the wrong direction. The spending increase has many concerned, are you one of them? Click the link to learn more about what's been going on.
Precautionary Air Quality Tests Aim to Assure PD is Safe: A higher rate of cancer instances within the Southington Police Department's ranks has led officials to explore whether there could be potential issues with the air quality in the department. Tests have been taken and although officials said it's precautionary, they have reasons for checking. Find out what they are in the full version of the story.
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