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GOP wave washes over borough election

NAUGATUCK — Barely more than 19 percent of the borough’s registered voters visited the polls on Monday. However, those who did were in a distinctly Republican state of mind. “We…

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Naugatuck election results

NAUGATUCK—After the dust had settled and the final votes were tallied tonight, borough Republicans picked up two seats on the Board of Burgesses and now claim a 5-4 majority. Deputy…

Candidates sought for Beacon Falls election

BEACON FALLS — The Beacon Falls Democratic Town Committee is looking for candidates interested in running for open elected positions on the 2011 Democratic ticket. Candidates are being sought for…

Three charged in ATM theft

NAUGATUCK — Police arrested three borough residents Friday after a landlady reported two of her tenants were trying to bring a stolen ATM up to their second-floor apartment. The landlady…

Library to display Petrochko’s art

NAUGATUCK — The Whittemore Library will be featuring the artwork of Dorie Petrochko throughout May. Originally from Staten Island, N.Y. and now a resident of Oxford, Petrochko began studying art…

Car Cruise rolls down Church Street

NAUGATUCK — On Sunday, Church Street will look more like memory lane as the VFW Crusader Post 1946 hosts its 2nd annual Classic Car Cruise. Classic cars of all makes…

Registration open for Prospect softball league

PROSPECT — Registration for the Prospect Women’s Softball League’s 2011 season is now in progress. The league is one single division and plays one to two games a week on…

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From pennies to road races

Woodland women’s group lends a helping hand BEACON FALLS – Salsabil Luzeri, a junior at Woodland Regional High School, held up a pencil to Colleen Gabriel’s third-grade students. “What do…

Wind farm foes rally at siting council office

PROSPECT — A local group opposed to a West Hartford company’s proposal to build two wind turbines off New Haven Road assembled Thursday afternoon outside the Connecticut Siting Council’s New…