Tag Archives: Prospect

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Foundation accepting requests for grants

WATERBURY — Connecticut Community Foundation is currently accepting grant requests for its first round of 2015 funding. The foundation serves 21 towns, including Beacon Falls, Naugatuck and Prospect, in the…

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COG names executive committee

WATERBURY — Beacon Falls First Selectmen Chris Bielik and Naugatuck Mayor Robert Mezzo have been named at-large members of the Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments’ Executive Committee. The new 19-town…

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Illegal hunting lands man in court

PROSPECT — A 23-year-old Wolcott man has been charged with illegal hunting in Prospect. Chief of Staff for Public Affairs for the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Dwayne Gardner…

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Prospect in need of gifts

PROSPECT — Town Hall is running low on toys for families in need. Mayor Robert Chatfield said throughout the year the town collects toys to distribute to children in need…

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Fire damages Prospect home

PROSPECT — A fire broke out at 21 Buckley Lane Saturday afternoon, extensively damaging a single-family home. Firefighters responded to a report of a house fire at 3:40 p.m. When…

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‘Tis the season

The towns of Beacon Falls, Naugatuck and Prospect kicked off the holiday season with celebrations this week. Beacon Hose Company No. 1’s held its annual Christmas Tree Lighting and Bonfire…

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Letter: Full-day K doesn’t solve problems

To the editor, I stand against all-day kindergarten because I really care about our future. All-day kindergarten is in the planning stage in Region 16 and the first public meeting…

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Business association growing quickly

PROSPECT — The Prospect Business Association has gone through a growth spurt since its inception nine months ago. “We’re at the nine-month point right now. We’ve already done seven social…

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Spreading historical holiday cheer

PROSPECT — Members of the Prospect Historical Society are putting a historical twist on decking the halls. For three hours every Thursday since Nov. 1, they have been hanging ornaments,…

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Club proposes selling sideline ads

REGION 16 — The sidelines may be dotted with advertisements when the fall sports season begins next year at Woodland Regional High School. The Region 16 Board of Education, which…