Category Archives: Audio

CN Headlines 07-02-10

CN Headlines is back after a month-long hiatus; tune in for reports on new developments in the Renaissance Place project and a local musician who recently released his debut album.

CN Headlines 05-28-10

This week’s CN Headlines features the debut of our two summer interns: Alexa Gorman in news and Kyle Brennan at the sports desk. Tune in for reports on this week’s…

CN Headlines 05-21-10

One budget passes and another stalls, Peter Jurzynski readies for another swim across the English Channel, and a helicopter lands in the borough on this week’s episode of CN Headlines.

Peter Jurzynski shakes hands with Bleriot-Plage Mayor Guy Allemand outside the French city’s town hall last summer. Jurzynski dedicated his 2009 swim, which was unusccesful, to Louis Bleriot, who in 1909 became the first person to fly across the English Channel in an airplane.

CLISE: Jurzynski to swim channel again

He’s at it again. Peter Jurzynski this summer will once more attempt to swim across the English Channel. The borough man, who turns 59 June 7, is an International Marathon…

CN Headlines 05-07-10

Two budget referenda pass narrowly, Leonard Greene, Jr. and Theresa Conroy discuss the state budget and Naugatuck High School students celebrates their special programs on this week’s episode of CN…

Prospect voters, like the one above, upheld the Region 16 budget at an earlier referendum, which stuck Beacon Falls with a $602,000 increase in education spending. Beacon Falls voters rejected a municipal spending plan Wednesday, and the town will look for $400,000 in cuts to keep municipal spending in line with the current year's.

Region 16 budget squeaks by at referendum

PROSPECT — The support of Prospect voters was enough to counteract Beacon Falls’ rejection, and a $36.6 million Region 16 school budget passed at referendum Tuesday, 831-722. In Prospect, the…

Carter handles many requests for help but was struck by a woman's plea for money to pay for her cats' shots.

Borough using grant money to help elderly

NAUGATUCK — The tri-fold letter curls up on Ed Carter’s desk, as if mimicking the felines about which it is written. Carter, Naugatuck’s mayoral aide, receives many requests for borough…

CN Headlines 4-23-10

The Naugatuck Board of Education reneges on its decision to close Salem School, the borough projected a revenue loss of over $1 million next year and the Peter J. Foley…

CN Headlines 4-16-10

State Rep. Theresa Conroy (D-15th District) announces her reelection bid, and the Naugatuck Board of Education budget situation continues to intensify.


BF Democrats back Conroy’s reelection bid

SEYMOUR — First-term state Rep. Theresa Conroy announced Monday she will seek reelection to her 105th District seat, saying she is even more eager to represent the Naugatuck Valley today…