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Valley officials advocate for Waterbury line

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By Paul Hughes, Republican-American HARTFORD — Naugatuck Mayor N. Warren “Pete” Hess and state legislators from the Naugatuck Valley made another pitch March 3 to...

Lamont to ease COVID restrictions 

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By Paul Hughes, Republican-American HARTFORD — Gov. Ned Lamont is lifting coronavirus-related capacity limits on businesses, houses of worships, and entertainment and sports venues while...

Beacon Falls ends 2019-20 with $1.3M surplus

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By Elio Gugliotti, Editor BEACON FALLS — The town finished the 2019-20 fiscal year with a budget surplus of about $1.3 million, an audit showed. Revenue...

Beacon Falls P&Z denies application for Hopp Brook development

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By Andreas Yilma, Staff Writer BEACON FALLS — The Planning and Zoning Commission on Feb. 25 denied a zone change application, without prejudice, for the...

Delivery of new Johnson & Johnson vaccine limited

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By Paul Hughes, Republican-American State health officials are advising COVID-19 vaccine providers not to expect any deliveries next week of the newly approved Johnson &...

NEDC taking prudent approach to agreement with Beacon Falls 

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By Andreas Yilma, Staff Writer NAUGATUCK — The borough’s economic development arm wants to review its regulations before committing to providing services to Beacon Falls. A...

Beacon Hose proposes lease-purchase plan to replace vehicles

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By Elio Gugliotti, Editor BEACON FALLS — Beacon Hose Co. No. 1 officers are proposing the town implement a lease-purchase plan for replacing the volunteer...

Region 16 school chief proposes $41M budget

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By Elio Gugliotti, Editor PROSPECT — Proposed staff cuts dominated the initial budget discussions on Region 16’s spending plan for the 2021-22 fiscal year. Superintendent of...

Region 16 board votes to return full surplus to towns

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By Elio Gugliotti, Editor PROSPECT — With a divided vote, the Region 16 Board of Education on Feb. 24 opted to return the entire 2019-20...

Appointment blitz seen as vaccinations open to new group

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By Paul Hughes, Republican-American HARTFORD — Tens of thousands of people between the ages of 55 and 64 made appointments to get COVID-19 vaccine shots...

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