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Woodland women’s group aids tomorrow’s leaders

BEACON FALLS – Two Prospect teens earned unique opportunities in leadership and volunteering thanks to the first ever scholarships awarded by the Woodland for Women Worldwide organization. Sara Hughes, a…

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A look ahead – what to expect from Region 16 schools in 2011

Region 16 Schools New elementary to replace outdated buildings A newly-formed building committee will look at options for a new school on Talmadge Hill off of Route 69 in Prospect….

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A look ahead – what to expect in Beacon Falls in 2011

Town leaders in Naugatuck, Prospect, and Beacon Falls all echoed the same manta – We’ll do the best we can with what little we have. With the economy seemingly at…

Giving’s in vogue for Beacon Falls clothing company

WATERBURY — Room after room, the routine was the same Dec. 22 at Wilson Elementary School. Santa Claus — also known as Robert Birrell — charged in wearing his trademark…

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Vet shares story with Region 16 students

BEACON FALLS — Every veteran has his or her story. Vietnam veteran Rev. John Clarke shared his story with Region 16 students, parents and residents on Dec. 16 as part…

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Decision to raze Lewis house faces opposition

The battle over the future of the Tracy Lewis house in Beacon Falls rages on despite a 2-1 vote Monday by the Board of Selectman to demolish it immediately. Selectman…

Bond package vote soon

The Board of Selectmen will vote to pass a resolution to send a bond package totaling about $6.5 million to the Board of Finance on Dec. 13. The package would…

Region 16 launches new reading program

BEACON FALLS — Region 16 has kicked off its newest reading program, “One Region, One Book.” The program was brainstormed over the summer and earlier this fall by Woodland Regional…

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Woodland, Naugy show spirit

Woodland spirit finally propelled the Hawks to a win against Seymour Wednesday. Before the game, a war of the classes reverberated through the walls of the Woodland gym.

Black and gold warriors at Woodland Regional High School gathered Wednesday morning to psyche up for the game in the loudest way possible – with a screaming contest between the sophomore and senior finalists.

After battling for 10 days, the seniors emerged triumphant at the pep rally proceeding Wednesday night’s Thanksgiving football game.

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Food bank making holiday brighter

NAUGTUCK — The Ecumenical Food Bank is gearing up for Thanksgiving in a big way. Last Monday, volunteers gave out 252 holiday baskets to the needy in Naguatuck and Beacon…