Beacon Falls P&Z eyes new transition zone

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By Andreas Yilma, Staff Writer BEACON FALLS — The Planning and Zoning Commission is a step closer to establishing a new transition zone designed to...

Region 16 changing summer school experience to attract more students

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By Elio Gugliotti, Editor PROSPECT — Region 16 officials are making changes to summer school for elementary and middle school students this year in an...

Dog licenses available in June

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Dog licenses will be available in June. The cost of a license for a dog that has been spayed or neutered is $8, otherwise the...

Beacon Falls budget heading to vote

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By Elio Gugliotti, Editor Proposal increases spending, cuts tax rate BEACON FALLS — The town’s 2021-22 municipal budget proposal increases spending and funds a substantial list...

Officials probe vaccines’ ties to heart problems

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By Paul Hughes, Republican-American HARTFORD — Health care providers in Connecticut have identified 18 teenagers and young adults who experienced heart problems after receiving either...

Volunteers sought for anniversary celebration

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BEACON FALLS — Officials are seeking volunteers to help with the town’s 150th anniversary celebration in June. The town is planning festivities for June 27...

Positive test rate falls below 1%

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By Paul Hughes, Republican-American HARTFORD — The once raging COVID-19 outbreak in the Naugatuck Valley has subsided significantly even among the few remaining hot spots...

Lamont lifts most COVID restrictions

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By Andreas Yilma And Paul Hughes, Staff Area residents celebrate new guidelines after a long year NAUGATUCK — A little bit of liberation from COVID-19 mask...

Honor roll: Woodland Regional High School

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The following students made the honor roll at Woodland Regional High School for the third quarter of the 2020-21 school year: High honor Grade 12 Jacob Abraham Alexi...

Lamont order revises state’s mask mandate

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By Paul Hughes, Republican-American HARTFORD — Gov. Ned Lamont on May 18 renewed the current COVID-19 emergency declarations in the state through July 20 as...

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