Andrew Ave. has new principal

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BY ANDREAS YILMA REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN NAUGATUCK — Andrew Avenue Elementary School will see a familiar face take the top administrative position at the start of the next...

Prospect officials seek to slow traffic

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BY ANDREAS YILMA REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN PROSPECT — Town officials are looking into more speed humps after a family testified that speeders on their street has affected them. Dominic...

Police welcome Echo

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BY ANDREAS YILMA REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN BEACON FALLS — The town’s police department now has a new four-legged addition to help with search and rescue. First Selectman Gerard Smith...

Company seeks 2 new buildings in Naugatuck’s industrial park

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BY ANDREAS YILMA REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN NAUGATUCK — A local construction company is looking to expand its footprint and develop two buildings in the industrial park. Residents are hopeful...

2 inmates denied parole

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BY BRUNO MATARAZZO JR. REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN WATERBURY — The state parole board commended efforts by William Morales and Angelina Jamele on their rehabilitation in prison but ultimately...

Treasurer of Mariano campaign fined

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BY PAUL HUGHES REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN NAUGATUCK — A state investigation concluded the campaign treasurer for former probate judge Peter Mariano improperly accepted and reported purchases for an...

Improvement projects set to go out to bid

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BY ANDREAS YILMA REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN NAUGATUCK — The Board of Mayor and Burgesses on June 20 approved to put the plans for the downtown sanitary, storm water/storm-water...

Beacon Falls is steaming mad over zoning fight

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BY PAUL HUGHES REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN Beacon Falls First Selectman Gerard Smith and his town are caught up in a contentious zoning fight over a planned food...

Father faces prison for child abuse

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BY BRUNO MATARAZZO JR. REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN WATERBURY — A Naugatuck father faces two years in prison on child abuse charges. Kevin Grant, 34, entered pleas of nolo contendere...

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