The Southington Citizen 40 N Main St, Southington, CT06489 Located in the heart of downtown Southington, the Southington Citizen is a free weekly publication provided to town…More residents by the Record-Journal Publishing Co. The Southington Citizen provides coverage of a wide variety of topics, including town government, schools, sports and features. Each issue is released on Thursday and delivered to homes on Friday or can be obtained at various locations in the community.
Derynoski Elementary School 240 Main St, Southington, CT06489 Located in the southern section of downtown Southington and adjacent to the Southington Public Library and ALTA at the…More Pyne Center, the Derynoski School has the largest population of any elementary school in the community. The school serves more than 680 students and has remained a downtown landmark for decades. The Derynoski Elementary School was once Southington High School. The school is led by Principal Karen Smith.
Anthony Jack's Woodfire Grille is located in the center of downtown Southington, on Center Street. It is owned by…More Barry DePaolo and Cheryl Moran. Its sister restaurant, Bonterra Italian Bistro, is also located in Southington. This restaurant is known for its Black Angus steak and fresh seafood, cooked over an open grill. It also offers a sidewalk patio in the warmer months.
Branford Hall Career Institute 35 N Main St, Southington, CT06489 Branford Hall is a technical post-secondary college located in the heart of downtown Southington. There are no on-campus…More residence halls. but the school provides a mix of technical education opportunities to meet the needs of local residents including medical programs in massage therapy, medical assisting, and health claims, paralegal, professional fitness training and computer networking management. The school also provides flexible class schedules to allow students to attend classes and work at the same time. The Southington campus is led by School Director Frank Bonilla.
Casey's Image Consultants 51 N Main St, Southington, CT06489 Now located in the heart of downtown Southington, Casey Morley has owned and operated her salon in Southington for 20…More years. She offers haircuts, styles, perms and color for both men and women. She also offers Energy Work, both Reiki or hands-on energy healing and CTA or cranial temporal activation. Casey's Image Consultants also offers lifestyle change programs for detoxifying the body.
Citgo - A & J Gas and Convenience 202 Main St, Southington, CT06489 Citgo - A & J Gas and Convenience store is located on the corner of Eden Road and Main Street, in the south end of…More downtown Southington. It is locally owned and partners with the Muscular Dystrophy Association. The gas station offers self-service regular, mid-grade and diesel gas. The shop offers ice, snacks, coffee, lottery tickets, cigarettes, groceries and beverages.
Valley Bank 98 Main St, Southington, CT06489 Valley Bank has joined with New England Bank in recent years to make it a more versatile bank offering a wider array of…More banking products. By doing so the bank has been able to keep up with the bigger banks, as well as stay with that hometown banking needs. It is conveinently located in downtown Southington right at the green.
CZ's Auto Upholstery 290 Center St, Southington, CT06489 CZ's Auto Upholstery is a family-run business owned by Butch Zawisza. Open since 1983, this business offers full-service…More auto upholstery and says it can do "everything from A-Z." It offers upholstery services for boats, motorcycles and cars, to name a few. It is located in downtown Southington.
Center Kuts 76 N Main St, Southington, CT06489 Center Kuts is conveniently located in downtown Southington, across from Branford Hall. Free parking is available…More behind the building. This cozy salon is open for men and women alike for haircuts and styling.
Machiavelli's 75 Center St, Southington, CT06489 Machiavelli's is located in the heart of downtown Southington. It offers an array of fine Italian cuisine. Some of the…More menu items include antipasto, soups, salads, beef, chicken and veal dishes. It also offers a large take out and party menu.
The Fire Place 44 Center St, Southington, CT06489 Located in cozy downtown Southington with outside seating in season, this very comfortable bar can accommodate small…More groups of people for a special get-together. At the bar there are 18 different beers as well as old-fashioned soda on tap.
Farmington Canal Trail Mill Street, Southington, CT06489 Southington is one of several Connecticut towns fortunate enough to host the Farmington Canal Trail, a Rails to Trails…More project designed to provide a recreational trail that extends from New Haven into Massachusetts. The town opened the first portion of the trail through downtown Plantsville and Southington a few years ago and began construction on the southern part of the trail, which extends from Plantsville to the Cheshire line. This second part is scheduled to officially open in 2011. The last part of the trail, which extends through a brownfield current being cleaned to the Plainville line, is scheduled to be built and completed in 2015.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church is located in the heart of downtown Southington. It was first founded in 1892, and in…More 2009, Rev. Dr. Suzannah Rohman became the rector.
The church's mission is to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ through the ministry of all its members. The church is working to develop Wheeler Village, a moderate-income housing complex.
American Legion Post No. 72 - Kiltonic 64 Main St, Southington, CT06489 Founded after World War I, the Kiltonic Post of the American Legion is an organization for wartime veterans of all…More kinds. The post is located in downtown Southington along Main Street and has remained active in the community by providing volunteer services, commitment to service and devotion to assisting and connecting U.S. veterans. The organization is part of a non-profit effort with more than 3 million members in 15,000 chapters worldwide.