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Beacon Falls news


School board issues RFP for program

REGION 16 — The Region 16 Board of Education is searching for a provider to run a before and afterschool program at the new Prospect Elementary School when it opens…


Crisco, Tripp contend for Senate seat

Democratic state Sen. Joseph Crisco is seeking to secure his 12th term representing the 17th Senate District. Standing in his way is Republican challenger Philip Tripp. Crisco, a Woodbridge resident,…


Campaign briefs

Hartley receives endorsements for re-election HARTFORD — The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Connecticut Save America’s Free Enterprise (SAFE) Trust has endorsed state Sen. Joan Hartley (D-15) for re-election…


Donations sought for pet organization

BEACON FALLS — Kids Care of Laurel Ledge Elementary School and the Beacon Falls Library are seeking donations to benefit Foster and Forever Pet Rescue. Donations of dog or cat…


Charging up

Installation of station in Beacon Falls moves forward BEACON FALLS — The town is one step closer to getting its new electric vehicle charging station. CT Electric Car, a division…


Filing deadline approaches

BEACON FALLS — The assessor’s office issued a reminder to all businesses and personal property owners that they are required to file a declaration of taxable property by Nov. 3….


Conroy, Willis seek House seat

BEACON FALLS — The two contenders in the race for the 105th House District are both planning how they can help the state. Democratic Incumbent Theresa Conroy, 57, is seeking…


BOE seeks compromise on easement

BEACON FALLS — The Region 16 Board of Education has granted the town of Beacon Falls a conditional easement at Woodland Regional High School for local equestrians. The board, which…


Campaign briefs

Markley qualifies for Citizens’ Election Program HARTFORD — State Sen. Joseph Markley (R-16) has qualified for the Citizens’ Election Program for the 2014 general election. The program is a voluntary…


Transfer station to open

BEACON FALLS — The transfer station will open Oct. 25 for the last time this year. The transfer station, 401 Lopus Road, will be open from 6 a.m. to 1:30…