Monthly Archives: September 2012

Keaveney graduates basic training

SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Air National Guard Airman Ryan J. Keaveney recently graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive,…

Prospect Registrars holding session

PROSPECT — The Registrars of Voters will hold a session to complete the preliminary registry list. The session will be held Tuesday, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., in the…

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Union City LL holding re-election

NAUGATUCK — Union City Little League will hold its re-election to the Executive Board and Board of Directors Thursday. The re-election will take place at 8 p.m. at the Union…

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School bus drivers to participate in Blue Shirt Day

On Monday, employees for All-Star Transportation will participate in Blue Shirt Day, a part of the World Day of Bullying Prevention. Employees, including school bus drivers and bus monitors, will…

Lezlye Zupkus

Zupkus receives endorsement of Independent Party

PROSPECT — The State’s Independent Party has officially endorsed Republican Lezlye Zupkus in her bid for the state House of Representatives. Zupkus, of Prospect, is challenging Democrat state Rep. Vickie…

Len Greene

Op-ed: Mismanaged finances holding state’s economy back

In a recent article published by Barron’s Financial Magazine, states were ranked based on their ability to properly manage their finances. The article combined debt and unfunded pension liabilities relative…

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Letter: Glad to have riverwalk in Beacon Falls

To the editor, I was very glad to attend the dedication of our downtown riverwalk this past Sunday afternoon. It was a magnificent day, the weather cooperated fully and the…

Joe Markley

Calls for suspension of release program continue

HARTFORD — State Sen. Joe Markley (R-16) has joined the list of legislators calling for Gov. Dannel Malloy to immediately suspend the Risk Reduction Earned Credit program. The program allows…

Woodland senior Steph Dumond collides with Torrington’s Tori Flowers during a game Sept. 19. Dumond fell to the ground and broke two bones in her right forearm and had surgery last week. Dumond is out indefinitely and the team is hopeful she can return for tournament play. –RA ARCHIVE
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Hawks lose senior star, not momentum

BEACON FALLS — About two weeks ago, most considered the Woodland girls to be the odds-on favorites to win the Naugatuck Valley League soccer title. But that was before a…

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Beacon Falls looks to digitize documents

BEACON FALLS — Space is getting tight at Town Hall for all the documents the town has to keep on file. “We have to keep certain records for long periods…