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Prospect Library announces June exhibit

PROSPECT — The Prospect Library’s June exhibit will feature mandalas made by Rose-Ann Chrzanowski . The art show will include mandalas created with colored sand and some created with white…


Volunteers raise barn for Kelly’s Kids

PROSPECT — The sound of hammers hitting nails rang out across the farm off of Spring Road May 20 as volunteers came together to aid a local woman on her…


Library participating in reading program

PROSPECT — The Prospect Library is participating in the nationwide Summer Reading Program for children and teens. The program, which begins May 31 and runs through Aug. 16, includes special…


Parades, ceremonies to mark Memorial Day

Naugatuck, Prospect and Beacon Falls will commemorate Memorial Day this weekend. Naugatuck’s annual Memorial Day parade will step off, rain or shine, Monday at 9:15 a.m. on North Main Street….


Police stepping up seatbelt enforcement

PROSPECT — Prospect police are enforcing seat belt laws as part of the national Click It or Ticket campaign. Officers will ticket those who are found not wearing their seat…


Man faces assault charge after stabbing incident

PROSPECT — A Prospect man is free on $100,000 bond to face charges of first-degree assault after a stabbing incident Saturday at a Prospect home. Anthony Magnano, 21, of 47…


Leukemia survivor stages Relay for Life

BEACON FALLS — The first Relay for Life event of the year in the region — and the first one at Woodland Regional High School — was held Saturday afternoon….


Public comes out for Charter hearing

PROSPECT — About 40 people filled the Town Hall assembly room last week for a public hearing on a host of proposed Charter revisions, but two potential changes dominated the…


State legislators holding meeting

PROSPECT — A Prospect town hall meeting will take place Thursday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Town Hall, 36 Center St. State Sen. Joseph Markley, R-Southington, and state Rep….


School board OKs budget transfers

REGION 16 — The Region 16 Board of Education last week approved budget transfers totaling $235,000 to pay for capital projects and a new reading program. The board made four…