If you are not a Plainville native, how did you end up settling in town?
At last nights council meeting, so much of the Citizens Forum time was used up by several council memembers asking a question of John Bossi that had already been answered at least 3 times.
The meeting hall of the Congregational Church of Plainville collapsed Tuesday night from the weight of snow and ice. Offer your condolences, encouragement or tell us what the church means to you.
Due to the once again unwelcomed snow, the CPOA meeting for Feb. 1st has been canceled and rescheduled for Feb. 8th. 7pm at the library.
How should Plainville pay for snow removal if the Roadways Department goes over budget this winter?
Well folks, it looks like the council will be dealing with a full plate. First of all, do they or anyone for that matter, know what information the council wants from the B.O.E.?
Has anyone gotten rescued by a "snow angel" or have you been one yourself to someone in need, i.e. helped a stranded motorist, shoveled out an elderly neighbor, given someone a ride to work or a doctor's office?
Tired of slippery roads, shoveliing driveways, staying home, had an accident, how has this winter's weather inconvenienced you?
What was Plainville's biggest story in 2010?
What did you do during the blizzard?