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Proposed ordinance changes going to a vote

BEACON FALLS — Three proposed ordinance changes will be the subject of a July 25 Town Hall meeting. A public hearing was held July 6 to debate the changes to…


Historical society ‘tags’ Tracy Lewis House

BEACON FALLS — In a show of support for saving the Tracy S. Lewis House from the wrecking ball, the Beacon Falls Historical Society “tagged” the Wolfe Avenue home. “Our…


Beacon Falls children raise funds for ambulance company

BEACON FALLS — Griffin Davis, 8, of United Day School proudly handed $530 over to Beacon Hose Co. No. 1 EMS Director Sean Cloney when his class visited the fire…

Crisco spreads message breast cancer screenings

HARTFORD — On July 5, State Sen. Joseph J. Crisco, Jr. (D-Woodbridge) hosted Taiwanese breast cancer specialist Dr. Pai-Jung Huang at the state Capitol. Huang is Medical Director of the…


Selectmen approve furlough days for town unions

BEACON FALLS — Despite cries of foul play from town unions, the Board of Selectman voted Wednesday to institute 10 furlough days for town employees this fiscal year. The board…

Road rage leads to arrests in Beacon Falls

BEACON FALLS — A Waterbury woman and local man were arrested Wednesday after a road rage incident that started in the New Haven and Woodbridge area and ended in town….

Legislature spares towns from cuts in state aid

After state unions failed to approve $1.6 billion in concessions, the heads of local municipalities feared state aid to towns would be slashed. “I’m keeping my tongue between my teeth…

Governor backs fire school in Beacon Falls

BEACON FALLS — In an effort to block the construction of a fire school in town, officials appealed their case to Gov. Dannel Malloy. They didn’t receive a favorable verdict….


Parks Pals saves summer tradition

BEACON FALLS — Residents of Beacon Falls will once again enjoy a town-run fireworks display this summer, thanks to the efforts of Park Pals. When the town eliminated the $5,000…

Reduced hours coming after Beacon Falls’ unions balk at freeze

BEACON FALLS — The Board of Selectmen will meet next week to institute furlough days for union town employees. The selectmen will move ahead to reduce work hours after it…