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  1. College Student Wins $25,000 From Scratch-Off Ticket Purchased In Danbury

    College Student Wins $25,000 From Scratch-Off Ticket Purchased In Danbury

    DANBURY, Conn. – New Fairfield resident Lindsay Williams won $25,000 on a Golden Casino scratch-off ticket purchased at an All-Star Energy station at 133 Padanaram Road in Danbury, the Connecticut Lottery announced. Williams, a Danbury native and graduate of Danbury High School, told Lottery officials how she came across the ticket. “A couple days ago, my uncle bought a ‘Golden ...

  2. Hooks For Heroes Fishing Tournament In Stamford

    Hooks For Heroes Fishing Tournament In Stamford

    STAMFORD, Conn. – The fourth annual Hooks for Heroes fishing tournament took place on June 20 in Stamford, as more than 150 participants helped raise $10,000 for wounded military veterans. The event, put on every year by the Halloween Yacht Club, has raised more than $30,000 for veterans at Walter Reed Army Hospital. Of the participants, 35 were either wounded or disabled veterans who ...

  3. Joseph R. Calvi, 84, Of Stamford

    Joseph R. Calvi, 84, Of Stamford

    STAMFORD, Conn. – Joseph R. Calvi, a long-time resident of Stamford, died on June 24 in Miami. He was 84. He was born to Nicholas and Theresa Calvi. He is survived by his son, Brian, and his sister, Barbara Greisinger. He was predeceased by his brother, Salvatore. Services will be arranged at a future date.

  4. Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk Ranked Second Best Metro Area For Law Grads

    Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk Ranked Second Best Metro Area For Law Grads

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. – The Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk metro area ranked second of 310 metro areas across the country for recent law school graduates, in a report by data-science group GoodCall. GoodCall combined salary, housing affordability, employment opportunities and area amenities to come up with the numbers. The metro areas were compiled by using data from the U,S, Bureau of Labor ...

  5. Stamford's AmeriCares Names Greenwich Man Board Chair

    Stamford's AmeriCares Names Greenwich Man Board Chair

    STAMFORD, Conn. – Stamford's AmeriCares announced that longtime board member and Greenwich resident Jerry Leamon has been elected chairman of the organization's board of directors. Leamon will replace C. Dean Maglaris, who had been head of the board since 2011. The board of directors is the global health organization's overseer. In 2014, the organization delivered enough medicine for ...

  6. Julius C. Japon, 95, Former Darien Resident

    Julius C. Japon, 95, Former Darien Resident

    NEWTOWN, Conn. – Julius C. Japon Jr., of Newtown and formerly of Darien, died Saturday, June 20, at Danbury Hospital. He was 95. Japon was born in Havana, Cuba on July 20, 1919, to Julio C. Japon Sr. and Gloria Japon Elosegui y Piedra. He grew up in New York City and graduated from George Washington High School. He worked as an architectural draftsman for the Frederick Snare ...

  7. Rocco 'Rocky' Pangallo, 62, Of Stamford

    Rocco 'Rocky' Pangallo, 62, Of Stamford

    STAMFORD, Conn. – Rocco “Rocky” Pangallo, of Stamford, died Thursday, June 25, at Stamford Hospital. He was 62. Pangallo was born Dec. 3, 1952, in Port Chester, N.Y., to Rocco A. Pangallo and Rose (nee DeLuca) Pangallo. He graduated from J.M. Wright Technical School and worked as the director of operations at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center and as a project manager for Karp ...

  8. Cecile Eliza Murphy Tetreault, 91, Of Stamford

    STAMFORD, Conn. – Cecile Eliza Murphy Tetreault, of Stamford, died Friday, June 26, at The Smith House in Stamford. She was 91. Tetreault was born in North Grosvenordale on July 6, 1923, to Anita Faucher Murphy and Peter Murphy. She was predeceased by her parents, her husband, Roland J. Tetreault, a brother, George Murphy, and a sister, Jeannette Nedzweckas. Tetreault is survived by ...

  9. Joanna G. Houseworth, 86, Of Stamford

    Joanna G. Houseworth, 86, Of Stamford

    STAMFORD, Conn. – A memorial Mass will be celebrated on Friday for Joanna G. Houseworth, a Stamford resident since 1964, who died on May 28, at Stamford Hospital. She was 86. Houseworth was born on Jan. 5, 1929, in Chicago to Edith and Jay Funsten. Houseworth is survived by her children; Susan Capone and husband Gary of Danbury, Christopher Houseworth and his wife Lorena of ...

  10. Monsignor William A. Genuario, 84, Of Stamford

    Monsignor William A. Genuario, 84, Of Stamford

    STAMFORD, Conn. – Monsignor William A. Genuario, of Stamford, died Wednesday, June 24, at Queen of Clergy Residence in Stamford. He was 84. Genuario was born in Norwalk to Joseph (Giosue) and Antoinette Gerardi Genuario, and raised there. He entered the seminary in 1948. He was ordained as a priest in 1956, and served in various roles in the Diocese of Bridgeport: vice chancellor, ...

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