It was another busy week here in Simsbury! In case you missed something here are some of last week's top stories:
Monday November 12
- It's been nearly two months since a recently adopted Beagle went missing from her new home in Simsbury.
Tuesday November 13
- A former Simsbury resident who pleaded not guilty to plotting to have her husband killed is due in court next month.
- The Simsbury Volunteer Fire Company Cadets took the top prize, Best Overall Performance, in the Explorer & Junior Fire Fighter Muster & Challenge, held at the Connecticut Fire Academy.
Wednesday November 14
- The annual Jack Bannan's Turkey Trot food drive aims to collect 3,500 frozen turkeys and 24,000 lbs. of non-perishable food items between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. on Wednesday November 14, 2012.
- A Simsbury man accused of causing severe physical injuries to his infant son is scheduled to appear at Enfield Superior Court on Tuesday, according to court records.
Thursday November 15
- A Westledge home tops this week's real estate conveyances at $360,000.
- Dozens of volunteers from across the Farmington Valley participated in the 20th Annual Jack Bannan's Turkey Trot food drive for Foodshare on Wednesday. Their goal this year: 3,500 turkeys and 2,400 lbs. of non-perishable food items. Last year the group also received $15,000 in cash donations.
- A Simsbury teen will serve a minimum of 8 months in prison after he was sentenced Thursday in the fatal 2011 crash that killed 17-year-old Tommy Tanski.
Friday November 16
- The total number of eligible Simsbury voters dipped slightly for the 2012 election and voter participation was also lower than it was in 2008, according to town polling data.
- Keep your eyes on the sky during the pre-dawn hours of Nov. 17-20, because that's when the famous Leonid meteor shower is expected to peak.
- Simsbury police are investigating an attempted abduction of a local child that took place early Friday afternoon.