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On Thursday, Jan. 26, from 7:30 to 9 a.m., at the Plainville Public Library, 56 E. Main St., there will be a State of the Town discussion which is hosted by the Plainville Chamber of Commerce Economic Development/Legislative Committee. The Plainville public is encouraged to attend.

Marines return home from Afghanistan

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Plainville Fire Company flies a huge flag at the Jan. 13 homecoming of the 1st Battalion, 25th Marines, Charlie Company. It could be seen from almost one mile away hanging over the U.S. Naval Reserve Center. See the photo gallery on www.plainvillecitizen.com and read the full story in the Jan. 19 issue of The Plainville Citizen.

Police warn of scams targeting elderly

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The Plainville Police Department is warning residents of two scams targeting our residents, especially the elderly.

Boukus heads Secret Santa Collection for veterans

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State Rep. Elizabeth “Betty” Boukus, representing Plainville, New Britain and Bristol, hosted a press conference in the Legislative Office Building capping off the collection for the Ninth annual Secret Santa Collection for the State of Connecticut Veterans Home and Hospital in Rocky Hill. Gov. Dannel P.

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From left, State Rep. Jack Hennessy, state Rep. Claire Janowski, Donte and Domenic Chambrello, Veterans Commissioner Linda Schwartz, state Sen. Paul Doyle, Alex Santini and state Rep. Betty Boukus load a van to deliver gifts to the State of Connecticut Veterans Home and Hospital in Rocky Hill.

Older female needs hoome

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Princess is a housebroken older female that is available for adoption. She has been living at the Plainville Animal Control shelter since Thanksgiving. It is not known if she is spayed. For more information, call Gabby, animal control officer, at (860) 747-1616, ext. 291.

NUTMEG TV LISTING FOR WEEK OF – Jan 1 – Jan 7

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NUTMEG TV LISTING FOR WEEK OF – Jan 1 – Jan 7

Sunday, Jan 1st - HOLIDAY

NO CABLE CASTING – HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Monday, Jan 2  HOLIDAY

NO CABLE CASTING

CL&P cautions residents about impersonators

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Connecticut Light & Power is asking customers to be wary of people who may come to their home, claiming that they are "from the electric company” or “CL&P” and are there to sign them up to receive a storm credit.

Theater group brings positive message to middle school

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Middle School of Plainville students participate in the Looking in Theater Group program, asking questions of the performers following skits the group performed. The skits focused on important social, family and personal issues that affect adolescents.

PHS baseball job goes to Mandeville

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The Plainville High School baseball team has found its man.
Lou Mandeville, a veteran coach and well-known figure in town, has been handed the reins of the program.
Mandeville's predecessor, Bob Freimuth, stepped down recently after 27 years on the job.

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Update: Missing girl found safe

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Meriden police say a 14-year-old girl missing since Monday night was found safe Wednesday afternoon.

Police say Liann Hall voluntarily ran away from home Monday, prompting a two-day search by police.  Several state troopers and local police searched the downtown area Tuesday morning after receiving a tip but were unable to locate her.

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Liann Hall, who previously lived in Plainville, has been missing from her home in Meriden since Monday night.
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