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Camille B. Perugini Charitable Trust offering scholarships

The trustees of the Camille B. Perugini Charitable Trust are now accepting applications for its annual scholarships. The scholarships are available to all high school seniors from Naugatuck, Prospect, Beacon…

Saint Mary’s accepting applications for nursing scholarships

WATERBURY – The Saint Mary’s Hospital Foundation is offering scholarships to students who are pursuing associate or bachelor’s degrees in nursing. The scholarships will be awarded this spring. Each year,…

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…

Portuguese Club offering scholarships

The Naugatuck Portuguese Club is offering three scholarships to students whose parents or guardians are members of the club. Applicants must be completing their senior year at an accredited high…

Donations sought for post prom party

The Woodland Regional High School PTO is seeking donations to help pay for a Senior Post Prom party. The party, which follows the prom on May 13, provides a safe,…

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…

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Naugy woman between ‘a rock and a hard place’

More than two months after her Naugatuck apartment was declared illegal, Florence Gaskill is still in search of a new place to call home. For the better part of the…

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New program will give Naugy students professional experience

NAUGATUCK – High school students who take certain non-credit certificate classes at Naugatuck Valley Community College will be able to receive high school elective credit next year. The program will…

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Blumenthal pledges support for Renaissance Place

NAUGATUCK — The borough gained a powerful ally in the battle over securing depleting federal funds to help spur the Renaissance Place project. “I think it’s a really promising project…