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Crisco calls for resolution on debt crisis

HARTFORD — State Sen. Joseph J. Crisco, Jr. (D-Woodbridge) yesterday urged members of Connecticut’s Congressional delegation, Gov. Dannel Malloy administration officials, legislative leaders in both parties, and constituents to join…

Hazardous waste collection set for July 16

Residents of Beacon Falls and Naugatuck can drop off their household hazardous waste at Kennedy High School in Waterbury next Saturday. A Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Day is scheduled…

Friends inviting community to ‘paint a duck’

BEACON FALLS — The Friends of Beacon Falls Library is holding its first ever “Paint-a-Duck” contest. The registration fee for the contest is $10, which includes the small rubber duck…

Whittemore Library features photography exhibit this month

NAUGATUCK — Throughout July, the Whittemore Library will be featuring the photography of Kaitlin Clark. Clark, a Warren resident, is an art teacher at Shepaug Valley High School and Middle…

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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…

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Naugatuck Ambulance to keep in-town paramedic

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck Ambulance President Larry Santoro said Tuesday his organization will continue to pay for a round-the-clock paramedic serving the borough through June 2012. “It’s not going to change…

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Joint boards approve purchase of new ‘jaws of life’

NAUGATUCK — There was never a question over whether the borough needed to replace its aging hydraulic rescue tools known as the “jaws of life.” The question at Tuesday night’s…

Men accused of robbing woman outside Stop & Shop

NAUGATUCK — Police arrested two men on charges they snatched a woman’s wallet last Saturday night outside Stop & Shop, police said. Shortly after 8 p.m., police said, the woman…

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Zoning amendment not quite what developers had in mind

NAUGATUCK — The Zoning Commission approved a text change to the borough’s regulations, paving the way for developers who hope to build a 55-plus community on the former Wilmot Farm…

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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…