Category Archives: News


Service notice: Walter A. Mis

BEACON FALLS — A Mass of Christian Burial for Walter A. Mis, who passed away on Aug. 6, 2014, will be celebrated on a Saturday, Sept. 6 at 11 a.m….


Choir to begin rehearsing

NAUGATUCK — Rehearsals starts Sept. 8 for the Naugatuck Community Choir’s annual Winter Concert. Rehearsals are Mondays at Naugatuck High School, 543 Rubber Ave., at 7 p.m. Anyone who enjoys…


Treasured Time grants wish

NAUGATUCK — A Naugatuck woman will be going on a long-awaited vacation thanks to the help of an area nonprofit organization. Stacey Aresta, 42, was diagnosed with stage four metastatic…


Changes to greet NHS students

NAUGATUCK — Changes await Naugatuck High School students when they head back to school Wednesday. The majority of the changes come as part of the $81 million high school renovation…


Letter: Golf course used by more than a ‘select’ few

To the editor, I read with interest, and some dismay, the letter by Mary Davis, titled, “Let voters decide on golf course.” Why dismay? Well, for starters, Ms. Davis is…


Men charged with pot possession

PROSPECT — Two men were arrested Thursday after being found in possession of marijuana, which they reportedly found behind a local field. Michael Russo, 20, of 598 Washington Ave. in…


Collections pushed back

NAUGATUCK — Trash and recycling collection will be pushed back next week due to Labor Day. Curbside collection will not be done Monday. Collections will be one day later than…


Road repairs on horizon

PROSPECT — Work will begin soon to repair two roads in town. Mayor Robert Chatfield said Scott Road, between Route 69 and Marie Hotchkiss Road, and Straitsville Road, from the…


Project progresses as school approaches

BEACON FALLS — As the first day of school gets closer, construction crews are hard at work at Laurel Ledge Elementary School. The crux of the renovation and addition project…