Plainville Police are on the scene of the sports fields at Plainville High School following the discovery of a body this morning. Police said they were called early this morning by a person, who while taking a walk on the track, found a body. Also on the scene is Superintendent Jeffrey Kitching. It is not known if the body is an adult or a student.
At 10:32 a.m., Town Manager Robert E. Lee updated The Citizen about the status of emergency services in Plainville.
Plainville High School has full power and remains open as an emergency shelter. It does have showers available for use and owners can bring their pets if they are in crates.
On Thursday, Aug. 4, at about 11:11 p.m., the Plainville Police Department dispatch center received 911 calls regarding a car fire on Florence Lane in Plainville. Members of the Plainville Fire Department and Police Department found a 1999 Jeep Cherokee fully engulfed in flames in the driveway of a single family residential home.
With temperatures across the state expected to be well into the 90s this week, the Connecticut Department of Public Health and the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection are urging people to protect themselves during the extreme heat and seek out options to cool down within th
Be advised that on The GE 5K Road Race day, Sunday, July 17, the traffic division of the Plainville Police Department will be closing roads in the east end of town. Closures will begin at 6 a.m. on Woodford Avenue and the remaining course at 7:45 a.m. Most of the course will be closed until 10:30 a.m.
All fireworks with the exception of sparklers are illegal in Connecticut and may not be sold, purchased or used, with the exception of regulated fireworks displays by state licensed, professional pyrotechnicians at sites which have been approved by state and local officials.
Effective immediately, a town-wide parking ban is in effect in Plainville until midnight on Feb. 2. On-street parking is prohibited.
David B. Fein, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, and Kimberly K. Mertz, Special Agent in Charge of the New Haven Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, announced at 3 p.m. today, Dec.
The Plainville Police Department received a 911 call from the clerk at the Sunoco gas station, located at 380 New Britain Ave. The clerk reported he had just been robbed at gunpoint, police said.