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Letter: Nature improves quality of life

To the editor, There might be no better time than a Saturday in spring to get out and enjoy the rural beauty of Beacon Falls. Whether it be hiking through…

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Letter: First Selectman talks Beacon Falls

To the editor, After a long wait that seemed like it would take forever, spring seems to have finally broken out. I think we’ve all earned some warm, sunny days…

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Letter: Friends of library thankful for support

To the editor, On March 27 the Friends of Beacon Falls Library hosted their 6th Annual Letters for our Library Scrabble Challenge. Many thanks to the following sponsors for making…

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Letter: Agrees with opinion on VNA issue

To the editor, I agree with Sharon Hebb, retired from the Naugatuck Visiting Nurses Association, (March 21 letter, “Confused at direction of borough.”) and add Mayor Robert Mezzo, his administration…

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Letter: Safety comes first at Metro-North

To the editor, The past year has been a challenging one for Metro-North Railroad — for its 270,000 daily customers, for its 6,000 employees, for the taxpayers in New York…

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Letter: Let the spring season begin

To the editor, The snow is melting at Hotchkiss, Caplan and St. Anthony’s fields and the soccer goals are reappearing from being snow-bound. As you read this article, PYS spring…

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Letter: Mail order threatens family pharmacies

To the editor, It was with sadness that I read Paul Singley’s article on the closing of Nelson’s Pharmacy. We wish our colleague and friend Gerry Russo all the best…

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Letter: Information on missing airplane lacking

To the editor, We have been hearing comments regarding the lack of detail information from the Malaysians about the missing aircraft. Some have attributed this failing to attempts at nationalistic…

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Letter: Confused at direction of borough

  To the editor, It is somewhat confusing and disheartening to see where Naugatuck as a community seems to be headed. Our current mayor and Board of Burgesses feel it…

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Letter: Minimum wage will never be enough

To the editor, There is always going to be a minimum wage, thus minimum wage issues and arguments. Whether that wage is $10 or $100 per hour it will never…