Monthly Archives: August 2013

Local artist to exhibit work at Prospect Library

PROSPECT — The Prospect Public Library will exhibit the paintings of area resident Anita Gregorski during the month of September. Gregorski, a resident of Middlebury, paints in oil and acrylics,…

Letter: Work of Elks greatly appreciated

To the editor, I would like to express my thanks to Jim Desmarais and the Elks work group for yard work they did and trimming the shrubs and bushes. Thanks…

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School buses armed with cameras

NAUGATUCK — With the start of school just days away, officials issued a reminder to drivers to be mindful of school buses. Those who aren’t may receive a hefty fine….

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Region 16 ready for a new school year

REGION 16 — Summer is coming to an end sooner rather than later for Region 16 students. The first day of school for Region 16, schools in Beacon Falls and…

Literacy Volunteers holding orientation session

WATERBURY — Literacy Volunteers of Greater Waterbury is now accepting registrations for its fall session of volunteer orientations. LVGW trains and supports volunteers who teach adults to read, write, speak,…

Letter: Fall soccer is here

To the editor, Welcome to fall soccer 2013. By now everyone should have heard from their coaches and maybe even had your first practice. Rec practices began the week of…

Letter: Concerts on the Green are to enjoy music

To the editor, For what reason do Naugatuck folks attend the concerts on the Green? Is it the most logical one because they like the band that is playing or…

Troop I police reports

Connecticut State Police Troop I in Bethany reported the following arrests and incidents in Beacon Falls and Prospect: JENNIFER SPEAKS, 30, of 40 Blueberry Hill Road, Waterbury, was charged Aug….

Commission approves extra pay after grievance

NAUGATUCK — Sgt. Derek Poundstone of the Naugatuck Police Department has been paid an extra $4,900 after filing a grievance claiming he was owed the money for filling in as…