Monthly Archives: March 2013

Letter: Scrabble challenge a success due to support

To the editor, The Friends of Beacon Falls Library held its fifth annual Letters for our Library Scrabble Challenge on Thursday, March 21, 2013. As a result of the many…

Morse: Yankees prime for a big fall

The New York Yankees have been the most successful team in Major League Baseball by just about any measure. They’ve got longevity with 27 World Series titles and recent success…

Whittemore holding flower pot decorating contest

NAUGATUCK — The Whittemore Library is holding a spring flower pot decorating contest fundraiser. People can enter the contest by picking up a flower pot to decorate from the children’s…

Letter: Refrain from naming school after politician

To the editor, Residents of Beacon Falls and Prospect should be aware that the Region 16 Board of Education is seriously considering naming the new Regional school in Prospect after…

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School board names principal assistant superintendent

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education kept it in house when choosing Naugatuck’s new assistant superintendent of schools. Cross Street Intermediate School Principal Christopher Montini was hired as the new…

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United Way to honor longtime volunteer

NAUGATUCK — More than 20 years ago, Lee Schlesinger was working as an accountant at Naugatuck Valley Savings and Loan on Church Street when a woman named Mary Connolly asked…

Historical society calling all artists

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Historical Society is looking for Connecticut artists to join the society’s 5th Annual Celebration of Art. Artists can register through April 24. An opening reception will…

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Governor talks issues at forum

NAUGATUCK — Gov. Dannel Malloy’s series of community forums across the state brought him to Naugatuck High School Wednesday night where the first-term governor spent the majority of the evening…

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Grant helps historical program thrive

NAUGATUCK — Until this month, the Naugatuck Historical Society had no budget for its family-friendly “First Thursdays” programs, and could only use donated time and materials. A $4,000 grant from…

CL&P seeking $414 million from customers for storm bill

The state’s largest electric utility on Thursday asked state regulators to let it collect from ratepayers $414 million in costs associated with damage caused by five major storms that hit…