Category Archives: News

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Letter: Added security not the answer

To the editor, In the Aug. 29 edition of the Citizen’s News, the article “Vandals strike at complex” tells of an incredibly disgusting act of disrespect, disregard and dishonor directed…

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School project budget gets tight

REGION 16 — A big question remains unanswered as the school building project moves ahead — the cost for the new district office. The new district office is the smallest…

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Auction to recoup back taxes

BEACON FALLS — Town officials are hoping to break the $1 million mark in delinquent taxes collected over the past year when five properties go to auction next month. First…

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Letter: Senior wonders where American Dream went

To the editor, Let me start by saying I’m a retired American vet who served during the Vietnam Era. I was wounded while serving my country and 50 years later…

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Board OKs agreement for move

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Mayor and Burgesses has approved a memorandum of understanding with the Naugatuck Historical Society to officially sanction the society’s move to the Tuttle Building on…

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Board to set second referendum

NAUGATUCK — The proposed 2014-15 borough budget will head to a second referendum. Borough Clerk Nancy DiMeo said this week enough signatures have been verified on petitions submitted in late…

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Police locate missing teen

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck teen Zipparia Jackson, 15, who was reported missing Thursday was located that night. Naugatuck police said Jackson, who has a history of running away and frequents the…

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Hartley achieves perfect score

HARTFORD — State Sen. Joan Hartley (D-15) received a perfect 100 score from The Connecticut League of Conservation Voters on its 2014 Environmental Scorecard. The scorecard rates Connecticut’s state legislators…

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Voters’ list to be revised

NAUGATUCK — The Registrars of Voters will conduct one session to revise and correct the preliminary voter list. The session is Sept. 30 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in…

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Steward issues call for help

BEACON FALLS — The steward of Toby’s Pond has issued a “desperate call for assistance” to maintain the town-owned pond and area around downtown streetscape. A dwindling number of volunteers…