Avon Week In Review: Missing Dog Returns; Farrell Being Considered for Expulsion; Local, National Debates

Didn't have a chance to read Patch last week? Here are some links to our most recent stories.

In case you missed it, here are the highlights of the stories on Avon Patch this week, listed in no particular order.

  • Dog Missing for Four Weeks Lured To Safety With Doughnuts
  • Middle School Custodian to be Deployed to Afghanistan
  • 'Drums, Girls & Dangerous Pie' Author Visits Avon Schools
  • Library Director Virginia Vocelli to Retire in November
  • Couple Previously Arrested in Avon Charged in Suffield Thefts
  • Police Release Details of Weapon Used in Simsbury Murder-Suicide
  • Avon Councilwoman: Paul Ryan's Visit Shows Connecticut Isn't Forgotten
  • Patch Is Collecting Questions for Obama and Romney During the Next Presidential Debate
  • Who Avon Politicians Thought Won Wednesday's Presidential Debate
  • Five-Bedroom Modern Colonial on Stockbridge Drive Sells for $1.36M
  • Board Considers Expelling Farrell from Avon Volunteer Fire Department
  • Avon Man Charged with Driving Drunk With Children in Vehicle
  • Moose Sighted in Collinsville Is No Stranger to Farmington Valley
  • Farrell Had History of Suspensions at Avon Department Long Before Waterbury Arrest
  • What Should Go Into Former Colony Grill in Avon?
  • The Let's Talk Avon Comment Contest Winners Are...


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