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Obituary: Angelo Lubrico, 90

January 7, 2019
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Obituary: Angelo Lubrico, 90

Angelo Lubrico beloved husband of the late Audrey (Gagnon) Lubrico, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving daughters and family on Friday, Nov. 23, 2018 at his home. Born in Southington on March 16, 1928, he was the son of the late Patsy and Theresa (Mattarazzo) Lubrico. He served in the US Army. He was…

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Obituary: Angelo Lubrico, 90

January 7, 2019
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Obituary: Angelo Lubrico, 90

Angelo Lubrico beloved husband of the late Audrey (Gagnon) Lubrico, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving daughters and family on Friday, Nov. 23, 2018 at his home. Born in Southington on March 16, 1928, he was the son of the late Patsy and Theresa (Mattarazzo) Lubrico. He served in the US Army. He was…

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Obituary: Frank Joseph Cocozza Sr., 78

January 7, 2019
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Obituary: Frank Joseph Cocozza Sr., 78

Frank Joseph Cocozza Sr., 78, beloved husband for 55 years and best friend of Lucille (Cicarelli) Cocozza passed away unexpectedly January 4, 2019. He was born in Newark, N.J. on Jan. 17, 1940, the son of the late Frank and Concetta “Tilly” (Restaino) Cocozza.  Frank grew up in the Stephen Crane Village.  He used his…

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Obituary: Frank Joseph Cocozza Sr., 78

January 7, 2019
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Obituary: Frank Joseph Cocozza Sr., 78

Frank Joseph Cocozza Sr., 78, beloved husband for 55 years and best friend of Lucille (Cicarelli) Cocozza passed away unexpectedly January 4, 2019. He was born in Neward, N.J. on Jan. 17, 1940, the son of the late Frank and Concetta “Tilly” (Restaino) Cocozza.  Frank grew up in the Stephen Crane Village.  He used his…

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Obituary: Frank Joseph Cocozza Sr., 78

January 7, 2019
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Obituary: Frank Joseph Cocozza Sr., 78

Frank Joseph Cocozza Sr., 78, beloved husband for 55 years and best friend of Lucille (Cicarelli) Cocozza passed away unexpectedly January 4, 2019. He was born in Neward, N.J. on Jan. 17, 1940, the son of the late Frank and Concetta “Tilly” (Restaino) Cocozza.  Frank grew up in the Stephen Crane Village.  He used his…

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Work N’ Progress

January 5, 2019
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Work N’ Progress

The Liberty Bank Foundation provided a $2,500 grant to Lisa, Inc. for their career readiness workshop series, Work N’ Progress. The program is designed for youth, ages 17-23, in Lisa, Inc.’s residential programs. Above, from left, Liberty Bank president and CEO Clarence Howard and Lisa, Inc. program director of community based programs Jackie Alpert.

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Editorial: Our New Year’s resolution

January 5, 2019
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Editorial: Our New Year’s resolution

Unfortunately, we dropped the ball. It happens from time to time. It wasn’t our intention, and we hope that we’ve learned from our mistake. Newspapers have a valuable role as government watchdogs, wading through the minutiae of meetings, public records, and day-to-day activities to ensure that nobody in government oversteps their authority. It’s one of…

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Editorial: Our New Year’s resolution

January 5, 2019
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Editorial: Our New Year’s resolution

Unfortunately, we dropped the ball. It happens from time to time. It wasn’t our intention, and we hope that we’ve learned from our mistake. Newspapers have a valuable role as government watchdogs, wading through the minutiae of meetings, public records, and day-to-day activities to ensure that nobody in government oversteps their authority. It’s one of…

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Commentary: Am I entitled to VA benefits?

January 5, 2019
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Commentary: Am I entitled to VA benefits?

Over the years, most veterans and their families were not aware of their entitlements from their military service. Some veterans, upon being discharged, walked away from their military service seeking employment in the civilian world. A number of veterans never pursued care at local VA hospitals for their injuries or illnesses that were service connected.…

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Commentary: Myers’ family reflects on their Southington journey

January 5, 2019
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Commentary: Myers’ family reflects on their Southington journey

Thirty seven and a half years or 11,562 days. It’s been a heck of a journey for the Myers family in Southington. Admittedly, it’s been pretty surreal these last few weeks knowing that retirement is official on Dec. 31. Mere words cannot do justice to the heartfelt gratitude we have for our time in Southington.…

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