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More upgrades in store for treatment plant

BEACON FALLS — Upgrades at the wastewater treatment plant are continuing to move forward. The Board of Selectmen last month awarded a $121,000 bid to Kovacs Construction Corporation out of…

Road rage to blame for Route 8 crash

BEACON FALLS — A rollover crash that closed Route 8 northbound at Exit 23 at about 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday was the result of a road rage incident involving two…

Volunteer sought for Library Board

BEACON FALLS — The town is seeking a new trustee to fill a vacancy on the Library Board of Trustees. Trustees must be town residents. Interested candidates must submit a…

Beacon Falls voters OK one of two tax incentive applications

BEACON FALLS — Voters approved one of two tax incentive applications at a town meeting last week. The Goldenrod Corporation, which is located at 25 Lancaster Drive, and Dibra LLC,…

Commission approves grants for candidates

HARTFORD — The State Elections Enforcement Commission recently approved public grants under the Citizens’ Election Program for candidates running for state office in the November general election. The commission approved…

Reports shows punctuality of Waterbury branch dropped

WATERBURY — There was more than a one-third chance that passengers who rely on Waterbury branch trains to travel to school, work or any appointment requiring punctuality arrived late in…

Health district hosting asthma education presentation

SEYMOUR — The Naugatuck Valley Health District is hosting an asthma educational session on Sept. 17 at 5:30 p.m. The session will include information on how to manage a child’s…

Selectman working to honor promise to pay off taxes 

BEACON FALLS — Selectman Peter Betkoski is working to make good on his pledge to put his town salary toward paying off his back taxes. Betkoski pledged to use the…

St. Michael Church hosting fall festival

BEACON FALLS — St. Michael Church is hosting its Fall Festival and Raffle on Sept. 9 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the church at 25 Maple Ave. The…

Assessments reduced under settlement

BEACON FALLS — The Board of Selectmen this month reduced the assessed and fair market values of four properties in the Murtha Industrial Park in response to legal action. The…