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A woman and a child are dead, and a second child is injured, after the woman drove into a house Monday, police said. The crash happened shortly before 6:15 p.m. Monday at 130 South Main St. in the Terryville section of town, they said. Comment?
Dredging a bend of the Pequabuck River is one suggestion offered by a study of chronic flooding along the river that starts in Plymouth, flows through Bristol and Plainville and converges with the Farmington River in Farmngton. The flood mitigation report proposes ways to lessen damage. Comment?
Rebekah Robinson, 31, of 211 Main St. was charged Tuesday with first-degree manslaughter, tampering with a witness and four counts of risk of injury to a minor, state police said Wednesday. Robinson was in custody early Wednesday on $750,000 bond and is scheduled to appear at Bristol Superior Court later in the day. Comment?
Martin Semmel is leaving his post as principal of Southington High School soon to become superintendent of schools in nearby Plymouth. Semmel was one of 9 applicants for the job, held on an interim basis by Mark Winzler since Sept 15. Winzler was appointed after the termination a month earlier of Eleanor Cruz, who had been arrested earlier in the year for allegedly stealing $15,000 from the Hebron school district she led before coming to Plymouth. Comment?
Municipal leaders are inviting business owners and residents to help create a broad-scale plan for the city to better minimize damage from hurricanes, earthquakes ormajor snowstorms in the future. So far, a draft of the plan recommends expanding the capacity of some drainage culverts, improving the sewer system to prevent backups during floods, and stocking supplies for a community shelter in case an uncommonly severe storm does extensive, widespread damage. Comment?
Even though the Renaissance Downtowns project has been stalled for years, the city's proposed long-term development plan cites downtown revitalization as one of Bristol's key objectives. The proposed development plan doesn't support or oppose Renaissance's Depot Square concept, but endorses many of the company's ideas for bringing vitality back to the center of the city. Comment?
Saying he was mystified at why a man with two decades of community volunteer work would suddenly start embezzling money, a federal judge on Friday sentenced the former finance director of the Town of Plymouth to 30 months in prison. When David Bertnagel gets out of prison, he has to repay the $808,000 that he swindled and then come up with $146,000 for federal taxes that he never paid, Judge Jeffrey Meyer ordered. Comment?
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