In case you missed something, here's some of the top stories from last week on Simsbury Patch:
Monday, September 17
- From Simsbury to Farmington and across the mountain to West Hartford, people are increasingly seeking out the local flavors. Read more about the local farm to chef options.
Tuesday, September 18
- Want to blog on Simsbury Patch? Here's how you can share your interests.
- The Town of Simsbury, through its association with the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities (CCM), the statewide association of towns and cities, is providing a new prescription discount card that will provide uninsured and underinsured residents steep savings on prescription medicines.
Wednesday, September 19
- So the Connecticut Forest and Park Association is working to strengthen the arrangements that protect the 63-mile Metacomet trail through towns such as Suffield, East Granby, Simsbury, Bloomfield, Avon, West Hartford and Farmington.
- The 81-unit Willow Arms apartment complex, managed by the non-profit organization Mutual Housing Association of Greater Hartford, will now have approximately 45 percent of it's hot water supplied by several solar thermal panels.
- Simsbury Police began an ivestigation into a shooting that left two dead at the Meadows apartments in Simsbury Wednesday night.
Thursday, September 20
- Two chemicals were spilled in a science lab in the main classroom building at The Ethel Walker School Thursday morning, officials said.
- At a press conference Thursday afternoon at Simsbury Town Hall, Simsbury Police Chief Peter Ingvertsen shared new details about a fatal shooting that took place Wednesday night at The Meadows apartment complex.
- Residents of The Meadows apartment complex in Simsbury are in shock after a double fatal shooting took the lives of two of their neighbors Wednesday night.
Friday, September 21
- The identities of a young couple that died after a double shooting in Simsbury earlier this week have been confirmed.
- A former priest at St. Bernard's Catholic Church in Tariffville was found guilty of a sex assault charge brought against him in 2011.