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Beacon Falls to turn to voters to decide cuts

BEACON FALLS — The Boards of Selectmen and Finance are bracing for the lynch mob when they present the budget they believe is as slim as possible without cutting essential…

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Census shows local growth, increasing minority populations

The 2010 U.S. Census confirms what town officials have known for a long time—local towns are welcoming more minorities into their communities than ever before. Naugatuck, Prospect, and Beacon Falls…

Police searching for Beacon Falls cigarette thief

BEACON FALLS — Police are on the lookout for a man who stole a carton of cigarettes from Dan’s Mart Convenience Store on North Main Street. According to a Troop…

Beacon Falls resident running for cancer research

BOSTON – On April 18, Erin Pringle from Beacon Falls, Conn., will be running in the 115th Boston Marathon to help conquer cancer as a member of the Dana-Farber Marathon…

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Statewide library program on chopping block

A small line in Governor Dannel’s Malloy’s state budget could mean big problems for Connecticut’s interlibrary loan program. Malloy plans to eliminate funding for the Connecticar service and slash Connecticard…

Area towns in line for federal aid for storm clean up

Federal aid is available to reimburse towns for money spent cleaning up the mess left by Winter Storm Benedict. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced last week that federal…

Lioness Club of Beacon falls to award $1,000 scholarship

The Lioness Club of Beacon Falls is now accepting applications for its $1,000 college scholarship to be awarded to a female graduating from an area high school in 2011 whose…

Park Pals making final push to keep Family Day alive

Park Pals has reached its first goal in its quest to ensure the annual Beacon Falls Family Day goes on as normal this year. Park Pals, a charitable Beacon Falls…

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Beacon Falls voters approve two out of three bond items at referendum

BEACON FALLS – Voters approved two items in a bond package, but rejected $5.1 million for road and sanitary sewer main improvements in a referendum Tuesday. The biggest ticket on…

Woodland Hall of Fame, history in the making

I’m sure many of you remember the All-Decade sports section I researched and we published in January 2010. It was the most fantastic and rewarding piece of work I’ve ever…