Drums for Troops: Students’ efforts lauded

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BEACON FALLS — Capping a week of owning up to one’s activities—or lack thereof—during the Vietnam conflict, Woodland Regional High School Principal Dr. Arnold...

Students showcase talents at Pride Night

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NAUGATUCK — Exploratory education took center stage at Naugatuck High School recently, as educators reminded the community that a cash-strapped school district does...

Actors take a theatrical trip “Into the Woods”

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BEACON FALLS — Sports enthusiasts colloquially refer to Woodland Regional High School as “the Woods,” so it appears theater director Susan Cinoman’s latest selection,...

NHS stageplay reflects schools’ problems

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NAUGATUCK — The borough’s public school system has engaged in a fair amount of debate with various stakeholders over the last several months. Last weekend,...

City Hill students explore culture through art

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If music, as the poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow once famously wrote, is the “universal language of mankind,” visual art is probably not far behind. At...

Woodland hosts annual Fall Fine Arts Night

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BEACON FALLS — Jazz legends John Coltrane, Miles Davis, and Thelonius Monk all were revived, so to speak, at Woodland Regional High School’s...

Borough band discusses tour, new album

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I recently got a chance to sit down with Adam Lopez, drummer for the locally-based pop-rock band To Write a Riot! to discuss their...

Thunder in the Valley awes area residents

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Reverse the curse. You thought that was about baseball? Actually, it’s about Thunder in the Valley, the Naugatuck High School marching band’s home...

Rain doesn’t hold off Riverfest

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BEACON FALLS — Rain, rain did not make the hundreds upon hundreds of people go away at the 11th annual Beacon Falls River Fest...

Senior center hosts cribbage group

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NAUGATUCK — “Ten,” says Pina Divito as she slaps a king of spades onto the table. “Fifteen for two,” Elaine Broderick counters, playing a five...

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