EVENTS: Nowashe Village to host talk on Connecticut’s first peoples
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Nowashe Village, a permanent, outdoor museum at Wood Memorial Library and Museum, 787 Main St., South Windsor, will host a program titled “An Introduction to Connecticut’s Indigenous Communities” on Saturday, May 28, from 1 to 2 p.m.
South Windsor closing Beelzebub Road
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SOUTH WINDSOR — Beelzebub Road will be closed for several months for installation of a new gas main, town officials announced this week.
South Windsor girls lacrosse falls in overtime
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FARMINGTON 13, S. WINDSOR 12 (OT). Liz Neri scored five goals, including the overtime winner, as the visiting River Hawks won a CCC North game.
Irizarry, EC Baseball make way to postseason
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SOUTH WINDSOR — As far as coach Martin Fiori was concerned, his East Catholic High baseball team began its postseason run Monday.
Tolland wins CCC East Division baseball title
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TOLLAND — Howie Dietch did not know his Tolland High baseball team could clinch the CCC East regular season title with a victory over E.O. Smith on Monday until he saw the news in an article in the Journal Inquirer…
Delnicki, Evans to vie for 14th House District
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SOUTH WINDSOR — Democrats and Republicans nominated their candidates for the 14th House District seat for the November 2022 election at their respective conventions Thursday night.
Glastonbury defeats South Windsor in girls lacrosse
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GLASTONBURY 14, SOUTH WINDSOR 10. Chrstina Guanci scored six goals and Avery Olschefskie four Friday as host Glastonbury held on for a CCC North victory.
South Windsor school teaches rock music and life lessons
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SOUTH WINDSOR — Two local music teachers have been giving “School of Rock” a run for its money.
Elections Commission takes no action on absentee ballot fraud complaints
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The State Elections Enforcement Commission will take no action on absentee ballot fraud complaints in the 2021 election involving nearly a dozen towns, including Enfield and South Windsor, according to an order dated April 6.
Haddock scores nine goals to lead SW girls lacrosse past Trumbull
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Mailya Haddock would rather pass to her teammates on the South Windsor High girls lacrosse team.
Make way for turtles: South Windsor installs crossing signs
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SOUTH WINDSOR — The town has installed turtle crossing signs in the area of Deming and Clark streets warning motorists to be aware after many of the slow-walking reptiles were run over last year.
Joe Pizza weathers take-out storm: Sullivan Avenue spot opened during initial COVID lockdowns
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SOUTH WINDSOR — For Chris and Joanne Giotsas, early 2020 was a time of hope, quickly followed by angst, as their third Joe Pizza restaurant prepared to open.
Deptula's goal lifts South Windsor to overtime girls lacrosse victory
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Hailey Deptula may be a freshman on the South Windsor High girls lacrosse team, but she had the poise and composure of a grizzled veteran Tuesday.
Manchester store owner, dad, both of South Windsor, admit food-stamp fraud
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The owner of the Mobil station and convenience store on Oakland Street in Manchester and his father pleaded guilty Tuesday to conspiring to commit food stamp fraud by agreeing to exchange the benefits for cash, male enhancement pills, gasoline, and…
South Windsor adopts $134M budget
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SOUTH WINDSOR — The Town Council on Monday unanimously approved a $134 million budget for the 2022-23 fiscal year, a $6 million, or 4.67%, increase from this year.
South Windsor to vote Tuesday on $134M spending plan
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SOUTH WINDSOR — The Town Council will vote at a meeting next week on the proposed municipal budget and set the tax rate for the 2022-23 fiscal year.
South Windsor's Haddock gets a second chance at Division I lacrosse
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SOUTH WINDSOR — Maliya Haddock had her plans set for the next stage of her lacrosse career in the form of a commitment to the University of Hartford women’s team.
Styles, South Windsor girls stave off Hall rally
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SOUTH WINDSOR — Ciara Styles takes the same approach each time she steps between the pipes for the South Windsor High girls lacrosse team.
Donahue takes familiar road to Eastern baseball team
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MANSFIELD — Zach Donahue’s road to playing college baseball seemed liked a freshly paved highway when he decided to attend UConn following a strong career at South Windsor High.
Drive-Up Drug Take Back Being Held at South Windsor Police Department
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A drive-up drug take back event is being held at South Windsor Police Department on Saturday. Anyone with unused and expired household medications is encouraged to bring them to the front of the police department on Sand Hill Road for disposal. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Police said the event is being held in conjunction with...
South Windsor's offense overpowers Windsor
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SOUTH WINDSOR 14, WINDSOR 2. Maliya Haddock scored four goals to lead the host Bobcats to a CCC interdivisional victory.
EVENTS: Craft fair is at South Windsor church Saturday
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St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 99 Sand Hill Road in South Windsor, will host a vendor/craft fair on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
South Windsor, Enfield earn CCC sweeps
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SOUTH WINDSOR 3, EAST HARTFORD 0. Aidan Iacovelli had 14 kills, three digs, and three aces Wednesday as South Windsor earned its fifth straight win with a CCC North sweep. Game scores were 25-11, 25-15, 25-11.