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Siting Council chairman resigns

PROSPECT — The Connecticut Siting Council’s chairman resigned Thursday after an attorney for a group opposed to a commercial wind project in Prospect reported that he had discussed the proposal…

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Support for Malloy’s budget sparse among local legislators

NAUGATUCK — Compliments were scarce from area lawmakers for Gov. Dannel Malloy’s proposed budget.   “I don’t believe enough cuts have been made,” state Rep. Rosa Rebimbas (R-Naugatuck) said. Rebimbas…

Beacon Falls website getting a makeover

BEACON FALLS – The town website is set to get a sprucing up. The Board of Selectman recently voted to hire a new vendor, Virtual Town Hall, which specializes in…

Naugatuck officials ponder end to CRRA’s contract

NAUGATUCK — For 20 years, the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority has received and weighed the borough’s trash. Now the borough is weighing whether to continue with the agency. Along with…

New phone system coming to Beacon Fall Town Hall

BEACON FALLS – Town Hall will get a much-needed update to its current phone system, thanks to the Board of Selectmen, which has authorized the purchase. The town is currently…

Union voices displeasure with BOE’s hiring practices

NAUGATUCK — Union members expressed their disappointment with the way the Board of Education has handled recent position openings during last week’s board meeting. Sarah Poynton, president of American Federation…

Borough bulk trash service to resume

The Bulk Trash portion of the Naugatuck Recycling Center will re-open for the season on Thursday, March 31. It will be open every Thursday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to…

Driving school owner wins bid to purchase town building

BEACON FALLS — There might soon be at least one more piece of property on the tax rolls. The Board of Selectman recently voted 2-1 to sell a building on…

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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…

Court rejects appeal of convicted Naugatuck arsonist

HARTFORD — The state Appellate Court has rejected the appeal of a convicted arsonist who burned down an apartment building in Naugatuck in 2006. Ryan Ramey claimed that the evidence…