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Obituaries for May 3

The following obituaries will be published in the May 3 Plainville Observer. For more details, turn to the print edition or  look for the e-edition, which is available starting Friday morning. Anthony S. Wyrebek, Jr., 81, widower of Olga (Yatsenick)…

Time to get river cleaned up

By SARAH JOHNSON CORRESPONDENT Lawson Taylor has a friendly demeanor and a big laugh and he cares a lot about the land in his hometown. He’s gearing up for the Plainville Conservation Commis-sion’s annual river cleanup, scheduled to happen Saturday,…

Listings for April 26

  Kids listings SATURDAY, APRIL 27 BRISTOL CREATE A GIFT FOR MOM. 1 to 3 p.m. Create a Tussie Mussie for mother’s special day. $5. New EnglandCarouselMuseum, 95 Riverside Ave., Bristol. TheCarouselMuseum.org   62ND ANNUAL PERRY J. SPINELLI FISHING DERBY.…

Police blotter for April 26

The Plainville Police Department has reported the following arrests. •Efrain F. Lozada, 20, of 4 East Main St., unit 1A, Plainville, was charged on April 14 with second degree failure to appear. Bond was set at $10,000 with an April…

Blue Devils make All-Conference

By MICHAEL LETENDRE STAFF WRITER PLAINVILLE – Recently, the CCC released its all winter All-Conference teams and once again, Plainville had some of its best and brightest make the squad. The girls basketball led the list of All Conference performers…

Tee it up to help Plainville Food Pantry

By ROB GLIDDEN STAFF WRITER The annual J.Timothy’s Golf Classic tournament has contributed over $200,000 to the Plainville Food Pantry in two decades and is returning for its 21st year. The very first tournament was held at Southington’s Pine Valley…