Category Archives: News

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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 several 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…

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Carnival kicks off Friday

PROSPECT — The Prospect Congregational Church is hosting its annual carnival, craft fair and business expo this weekend. The festivities start Friday, from 6 to 10 p.m., at the church,…

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Board applies for security funding

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education voted unanimously Sept. 10 to apply to the state for money for school security upgrades. The money will be used to secure schools that…