Obituary: Douglas K. Sargis, 57

February 1, 2016
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Douglas K. Sargis, 57, of Clermont, FL and formerly of Southington, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, January 28, 2016. He was the loving husband of Patricia (Stout) Sargis for 30 years. Born October 12, 1958 in Bristol to the late Sam and Margaret (O’Leary) Sargis, he had been a longtime Southington resident before moving to…

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Obituary: Ethel V. Glass, 80

February 1, 2016
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Ethel V. (Crossman) Glass died on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016.

Ethel V. (Crossman) Glass, 80, a longtime Bristol resident who recently moved to Southington, passed away on Saturday Jan. 30, 2016 at the HOCC at Bradley in Southington. She was the loving wife of the late John W. Glass. Born August 14, 1935 in Hampden, ME to the late David and Louise D. (White) Crossman,…

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Obituary: Walter Scott Ladd, 63

February 1, 2016
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Walter Scott Ladd died on Sunday, Jan. 28, 2016.

Walter Scott Ladd, 63, of Southington, has passed away on Jan. 28th  at HCC in New Britain. He was born in Meriden and was a lifelong resident of Cheshire and Southington and attended Wilcox Tech High School. His lifetime career and hobby was building and repairing motorcycles and he loved his job working for various…

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Obituary: Diana Jean Blair

February 1, 2016
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Diana Jean Blair was to many nothing short of an angel in life. Her loving guidance of her children and grandchildren, and her devotion to her friends and the Falls Village community were her life’s pleasures. She passed due to complications from pneumonia on Thursday, Jan. 28 at St. Mary’s hospital in Waterbury. Diana was…

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Obituary: Rita ‘Diane’ DuPont, 70

February 1, 2016
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Rita "Diane" DuPont died on Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016.

Rita “Diane” (Parlee) DuPont, 70, of Southington, died on Sunday January 24th, 2016 surrounded by family. She was born in Hartford and was a long time Southington resident. She was the daughter of the late Harold and Rita Parlee. Diane was an owner of Connecticut Appliance and Fireplace Distributors together with her husband, Doug.  They…

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DePaolo Middle School announced the students of the month for January

February 1, 2016
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DePaolo Middle School announced their January Students of the Month. Front, from left, Alina Rivera, Alex Maindon, Adrianna Patton, Gillian Smith, Owen Folcik, Kayla Pelletier, and Alyssa Cleland. Back, Asst. Principal Chris Palmieri, Audrey Cantillon, Cassie Dubitsky, Anh Tran, Era Pasha, David Laszewski, and Prinicipal Franke Pepe.

DePaolo Middle School announced their Students of the Month for January. In sixth grade Alexander Maindon, Gillian Smith, and David Laszewski were selected by their teams. Alexander is the son of Richard and Lisa Maindon and received the Presidential Award last year at Flander’s Elementary School. He has volunteered at a food bank at his…

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Cigar club donates to Bread for Life

January 31, 2016
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Southington Bread for Life Executive Director Eldon Hafford, center, accepts a donation from Jerry Cerasoli, left, and Bob Lopena, right, members of Mickey Blake’s Cigar Club on Spring Street. The gift was the result of donations made at the members’ holiday party.

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What’s trending for the prom?

January 30, 2016
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By MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR Girls in their high school senior or junior year are checking the web, reading through the magazines, and doing some window shopping—looking for that perfect prom gown. Dazzle Boutique in Waterbury held a Prom and Pageant Expo at the Palace Theater in Waterbury, which included a runway fashion show. Dazzle’s…

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Local nurse crochets 1,000 Christmas stockings for needy children

January 30, 2016
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Lisa Pinter, a licensed practical nurse at Southington Care Center, right, and her son, Alex, prepare to be elves at the 96.5 WTIC-FM We Are The Children party held Christmas Day. Pinter crocheted 1,000 stockings which she donated to the event.

Lisa Pinter has had her hands full for the last three years—full of crochet hooks and yarn. A licensed practical nurse at Southington Care Center, when she wasn’t caring for the residents, she was crocheting thousands—probably millions—of stitches. She even crocheted while sitting in the stands at drag races, while her husband was out on…

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