Monthly Archives: September 2010

State Police investigate the home on Rimmon Hill Road.
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Cause of death still unknown

BEACON FALLS — State police and the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner are still short on details about the body found Sept. 29 in a Rimmon Hill Road home….

Work on the Depot Street Bridge (pictured here in October 2009, before it was painted) is expected to wrap up near the end of the month.
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Depot Street Bridge nears completion

BEACON FALLS — The end of construction on the Depot Street Bridge is near. After a long and intricate process, work is wrapping up on the bridge and town officials…

Parcel C cleanup budget exceeded

NAUGATUCK — Just weeks after officials assured the project was within its $1.1 million budget, cleanup at Parcel c, the 2.2-acre, borough-owned tract at the corner of Maple and Water…

Allan McClain

Five inductees to Naugy HOF announced

On Saturday, Oct. 16, the Naugatuck Hall of Fame will induct five new members at a 6:30 p.m. dinner in the Continental Room, 1006 New Haven Road in Naugatuck. Tickets…

Residents and visitors look on from the Depot Street Bridge as the ducks begin to float downstream during the 2009 Riverfest and Duck Race.
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Annual Riverfest and Duck Race this weekend

BEACON FALLS — Usually ducks fly together. This weekend, in Beacon Falls, all eyes will be on the ducks that fly — or in this case float — alone. The12th…

Ex-fire chiefs’s pension worth $70K

NAUGATUCK — Former Fire Chief Charles Doback Jr. will receive an annual pension of $70,700. The Board of Mayor and Burgesses voted 8-0 to accept his proposal at a special…

Fire school delays development

BEACON FALLS — A new, 5,027-square-foot medical office building has been approved for inside Pinesbridge Commerce Park, but town officials say it’s now on hold because the owners have concerns…

Jack DeBiase rushed for 153 yards and threw for 49 in the Hawks’ 21-6 victory over Kennedy.

Woodland’s ‘D’ holds Kennedy in check

BEACON FALLS — When you force the opposition’s punter to be one of the most active players on the field, chances are you’re having a good day. Such was the…

Greyhound swimmers pick up the pace

If you take one passing glance at the results of last Friday’s Naugatuck-Watertown girls’ swim meet, you’ll notice that the Greyhounds won five events, but lost by six points. Analyze…

Coach Fred Scheithe (center, in red) talks strategy with the Hounds.
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Hounds find success despite inexperience

Ten seasons have passed since the Naugatuck volleyball team won the NVL championship in the fall of 1999 under head coach Lisa Green and assistant coach Fred Scheithe. Naugatuck has…