Smith eyes Beacon Falls’ top spot

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BEACON FALLS — Gerard Smith is running for first selectman because he thinks he can make a positive change in Beacon Falls. Smith, the Republican...

Public weighs in on NHS renovation project

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NAUGATUCK — A small but enthusiastic crowd attended the public hearing on proposed renovations of Naugatuck High School Wednesday night. About 50 people, including many...

Agostine’s finalist for Monroe superintendent job

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PROSPECT — Region 16 Superintendent of Schools James Agostine is the finalist for the top spot in the Monroe school district. The Monroe Board...

Birth announcement: Kochiss

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Kyle Kochiss and Diane Kochiss of Waterbury announce the birth of a son, Evan Mark Kochiss, born on Oct. 7 at Waterbury Hospital. The...

Crisco named to task force on health care

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HARTFORD — State Sen. Joseph Crisco Jr. (D-17) has been named to a new task force to address healthcare-related challenges faced by small businesses...

Transfer station closes for year Saturday

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BEACON FALLS — The Beacon Falls’ bulk waste transfer station on Lopus Road will be open Oct. 29, from 6:30 a.m. until 1 p.m.,...

Correction: Obituaries

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In the obituary section of the Oct. 28 edition of the Citizen’s News the pictures for Harriet (Anderson) McIntyre and Karen A. (Mozdy) Kemp...

Driver injured after rear-ending school bus

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NAUGATUCK – A man driving a Dodge Ram pickup truck was injured and transported to Waterbury Hospital after rear-ending a school bus Wednesday morning,...

Prospect ZBA denies CSA owners’ appeal

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PROSPECT — The owners of a small farm on Straitsville Road cannot allow shareholders to pick up produce on their property, the Zoning Board...

On the hunt for ghosts

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NAUGATUCK — On a brisk October night, Kevin Larocque and Matt Dowdell parked their car outside Gunntown Cemetery. Established in 1790, the cemetery has long...

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