Fire school delays development

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BEACON FALLS — A new, 5,027-square-foot medical office building has been approved for inside Pinesbridge Commerce Park, but town officials say it's now...

Board calls for demolition at Wolfe Ave.

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BEACON FALLS — The Planning and Zoning Commission last week drove the final nail into the coffin of the historic home that sits on...

Park Pals hope to bring back fireworks

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BEACON FALLS — To keep the sky full of colors, Beacon Falls residents will have to focus on one color: green. During efforts to trim...

Officials seek funding for Lewis House

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BEACON FALLS — A month after a committee charged with exploring municipal uses for the former home of Tracy Lewis, president of the...

WRHS ahead of curve in new state mandate

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BEACON FALLS — It’s always good to stay ahead of the curve. Woodland Regional High School is proving that statement true...

New administrators settling in at WRHS

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BEACON FALLS — The new school year at Woodland Regional High School is off to a start without incident, thanks in part to...

Concussion law passed in Connecticut

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When in doubt, sit it out. That’s the gist of a new state law which will go into effect during this school year. The statute, Public...

Funding to continue for Beacon Heights

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Chemtura Corp. will continue to fund the monitoring and cleaning of pollution at the Beacon Heights Landfill. A district judge and Chemtura last month reached...

United Way launches 2010 campaign

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Left or right? Regular unleaded or super? Coke or Pepsi? People make simple choices every day. Should the decision to help someone in need be...

Hurricane preparedness tips

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Though Hurricane Earl is expected to skirt the Northeast coast rather than hammer the region directly, tropical storm rains and winds could still lash...

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