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SOUTHINGTON — Property transfers reported from Oct. 1 to Oct. 4
Jean C. Goodrich to Kenneth C. Aiken, 42 Homesdale Ave., $165,000.
Theodore A. and Linda L. Guerrette to B & R Corporation, portion of 2064 West St., $1,150,000.
Estate of James A. Frawley to Kazimiera Szlaban, 981 Shuttle Meadow Road, $180,000.
Lisa Case to Catherine M. Mariari, 157 Burritt St., $245,000.
Estate of Antoinette Jankovich to Joseph P. Olender, 31 Village Road, $105,000.
Janice K. Hylton to Carlos and Maureen Vargas, 66 Amato Circle, $422,500.
Vincent J. and Carrie A. Rossitto to Kimberly and Brian Troceslo, 211 Crest Road, $348,500.
Sherri Leigh Ouellette to Rachel Von Daucke, 1188 Mt. Vernon Road, $237,500.
Ryan and Karen Aliciene to Anthony and Mary Orlando, 62 Silver Oak Circle, $517,000.
DBF, LLC to Jonathan and Diane Andrews, 359 W. Pines Drive, $171,000.
Darren J. and Jennifer A. Prozzo to Edward T. Lynch III, 56 Acre Way, $505,000.
DBF, LLC to Darren J. and Jennifer A. Prozzo, 412 W. Pines Drive, Lot 17, $178,000.
Toll CT Limited Partnership to David C. and Annette M. Pimenta, 86 Rochela Drive, $560,603.
Kevin and Patricia Conway to Shannon I. and Kevin M. Fink, 38 Kathryn Lane, $378,000.
Hartconn Corporation to Webster Bank, National Association, 400 Executive Boulevard, $3,200,000.
Alexander P. Mancini to Thomas F. and Eileen M. Conway, 37 Garden Drive, $118,000.
Winifred C. Brennan to Amanda R. Thompson, 66 Briar Lane, $155,000.
Dorothy Corfioti to Harold and Shirley C. White, 175 Berlin Ave., Unit 16, $196,000.
Cynthia B. Cayer to Kathleen Williams, 133 Mariondale Drive, $390,000.
Harold E. and Shirley C. White to Erica A. and Arthur F. Lavorgna, 722 Berry Patch Way, $202,000.
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Sheehan tops Lyman Hall in Samaha Bowl …
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