Warren talk an exercise in spookiness

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NAUGATUCK — I went into Lorraine Warren’s lecture Thursday night a firm believer that when we die, we return to dust and our souls...

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...

Woodland math team ranks fourth

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BEACON FALLS — An amount of money is increased by 15 percent of itself. This new amount is then reduced by 40 percent. At...

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...

Naugatuck VNA celebrates 90th anniversary

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NAUGATUCK — At 94, Marie Tortora still relishes her independence. When doctors at Yale-New Haven Hospital said she ought to live with her daughter,...

Longtime borough clerk retires

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Judy Crosswait doesn't say goodbye. See ya later. Take care. 'Till next time. ... Anything but goodbye, a word that just seems too final. So it...

Cable, Krenesky vie for votes

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BEACON FALLS — Come Election Day on Nov. 3, voters will face a choice between the time-tested leadership of Democratic incumbent Sue Cable and...

Beacon Falls to hold 11th Riverfest Saturday

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BEACON FALLS — Lions Club member, Merchant’s Association founder and local business owner Bob Bradley can recall the state of the Naugatuck River as...

CLISE: Win special for coach, captain

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SEYMOUR — As the giddy Greyhounds offense took the field, two kneel-downs from stunning the No. 4 Seymour Wildcats, 27-13, head coach Rob Plasky...

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