Category Archives: News


Obituary: Edith L. Gotlibowski

NAUGATUCK — Edith L. Gotlibowski, 83, of Naugatuck, the widow of Edward P. Gotlibowski, died Thursday at her home. Edith was born Dec. 25, 1930 in Wolcott, a daughter of…


NHS grad returns to inspire students

NAUGATUCK — He spent four years at the renowned Juilliard School in Manhattan, and upon graduation he toured the world, performing as a baritone on the most prestigious opera stages…


Pumpkin Patch back for fifth year

PROSPECT — St. Anthony Church’s Pumpkin Patch opens for a fifth year on Oct. 4. The patch runs through Oct. 31 at the church, 4 Union City Road. Visitors can…


Letter: Tax collector discusses budget issues

To the editor, As the debate over the budget in the borough continues, the Tax Collector’s office continues to receive calls from residents seeking information about numerous tax-related issues. Prior…


Church to celebrate feast in new hall

NAUGATUCK — St. Francis of Assisi Church will welcome the community to its new parish hall with a celebration. The church is hosting a two-day celebration of the Feast of…


Letter: Golfers come from all walks of life

To the editor, It would seem that Pat Dunn is publicly demonstrating a complete lack of English reading comprehension skills. Pat’s Sept. 12 letter to the editor stated, and I…


Fair to highlight careers in art

BEACON FALLS — Woodland Regional High School art teacher Christopher Misuraca wants students to know there are viable career options in the arts and he’s working to spread the word….


Letter: Keeping guns from all people is not the solution

To the editor, The gun control situation in Connecticut that has developed since Sandy Hook has taken a completely wrong course. And the subject will come up again in the…


Work begins to replace curbs

BEACON FALLS — Nearly 2,500 feet of damaged curbs on at least 50 town roads will be replaced over the next few days after years of waiting. Cocciola Paving of…