Things piled up, you were busy with work and family and you didn’t have an opportunity to check in with Patch during the week to see what was going on. No problem, we are here to help.
The following five stories grabbed headlines and sparked interest throughout the community, so be sure to take a look back and click on the links to read the full stories.
Two Facing Charges After Burglar Alarm Alerts Police: Two Meriden residents are facing charges after their plan to burglarize a home was foiled when police found them sitting in a parked car on Creamery Road. Take a look back at the complete story to find out what it was that tipped Cheshire police off to their efforts and led to the arrest.
: After 38 years in business, Richard Chevrolet can now boast of bragging rights that no other dealership in the state can claim - the Cheshire business is now the largest in all of Connecticut. Take a look back at the video and complete story for more details.
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Town Council Fails to Endorse Teacher Pact; Agreement Begins Jan. 14: Despite gaining a majority vote, the council fell one vote shy of the necessary number to approve the latest agreement between the Board of Education and local teachers. The agreement still goes into effect Monday, however. What does the contract include? You'll have to click the link to find out.
Video Game Take Back Cancelled: ‘We’ve Accomplished Our Goals’: When members of SouthingtonSOS announced their intentions to hold a violent video game take back, the goal was to get parents talking. Their efforts led to just that, leaving no reason for the take back, they said. It's a story that has sparked debate nationwide. Do you have an opinion? Click the link to share your thoughts.
Stamp Prices Will Increase in 2013: Do you still use the old-school mail service? Well be prepared to pay a little more. Prices are about to go up one cent and could be raised again in the near future as the U.S. Postal Service looks to get out of the red. For more on what's happening, read the complete story.
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