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Library announces artist for April

PROSPECT — The Prospect Library will feature the art of Maria Colacrai in April. Colacrai retired from the Waterbury school system in 2002 after teaching Spanish at Westside Middle School…

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Applications to be accepted for renter’s program

NAUGATUCK — The Assessor’s Office will begin accepting applications for the elderly renter’s program April 2. Applications will be accepted on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the office in Town Hall,…

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Chamber seeks nonprofits to sell raffle tickets

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce is seeking local area nonprofit organizations to sell raffle tickets for the 10th Annual Duck Day and Race. There is no fee for…

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Filing period open for elderly programs

NAUGATUCK — The Assessor’s Office is currently accepting applications for the elderly homeowners and elderly freeze programs. Applications will be accepted on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the office in Town…

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Letter: Power plant is a bad idea for communities

To the editor, Today while driving on the Oxford airport road, I saw a mature bald eagle in a field just off the road eating its meal. How fortunate I…

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Prospect Lions set for annual run

PROSPECT — A local organization is hoping people will run to help their neighbors. The Prospect Lions Club will hold its 9th annual Easter Lions Run and Walk on April…

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Obituary: Bernice Josephine Neal

NAUGATUCK — Bernice Josephine Neal, 98, passed away peacefully Thursday, March 26, 2015 at Beacon Brook Health Care Center in Naugatuck surrounded by her loving family members. She was the…

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Decorative lighting to be part of bridge upgrades

NAUGATUCK — The Prospect Street Bridge along Route 68 will be receiving some upgrades. The Board of Mayor and Burgesses voted last week in favor of taking ownership of and…

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No position on plant yet

NAUGATUCK — Borough officials are still pondering their position on a proposed power plant in Oxford. Over 100 people showed up to the Board of Mayor and Burgess meeting March…