Category Archives: News

Greene to hold office hours

HARTFORD—State Rep. Len Greene (R-105) invited residents to share their concerns, ideas and to ask questions about state government during office hours in Beacon Falls and Seymour. Greene will be…

Borough in the midst of street sweeping

NAUGATUCK — The Borough of Naugatuck Public Works Department is currently underway with its street sweeping program. Crews will be working in the routes 22, 21, 20, in that order….

Proposed Beacon Falls budget up 5.6 percent

BEACON FALLS – The joint boards of finance and selectmen decided Tuesday night to take a budget representing a 1.2 mill increase, or 5.6 percent, to the public for discussion…

Naugatuck OKs contracts for fire chief, deputy

NAUGATUCK — A period of turnover at the highest levels of the fire department officially ended Tuesday when the Board of Mayor and Burgesses approved four-year contracts for Fire Chief…

Borough looking to give local contractors preference

NAUGATUCK—Naugatuck companies may soon have a leg up when it comes to landing borough contracts. The Charter Revision Commission is exploring the possibility of initiating a local bidder preference policy…

Grant brings hands-on science program to Region 16 schools

BEACON FALLS – The Parks and Recreation Commission secured a $4,000 grant from the Connecticut Community Foundation to bring Eli Whitney technical workshops to Beacon Falls students. The money will…

Naugy man pleads guilty to tax charges

A Naugatuck man pleaded guilty March 31 to tax charges related to a scheme to defraud Webster Bank of $6.2 million. Gary J. Stocking, 45, is the third defendant to…

Prospect budget holding firm at no tax increase

PROSPECT – The town budget numbers are holding steady in Prospect. Tuesday night, the Town Council presented a town budget of $6.9 million, $13,338 less than last year, to the…

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Final chapter for ‘One Region, One Book’

BEACON FALLS – For Sgt. Helman Roman, war didn’t just change his outlook on life. It made his friends and family appreciate things they used to take for granted at…

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Evidentiary hearings come to a close, decision imminent on Wind Prospect project

The experts have offered their opinion, the advisors have advised, questions have been asked, and each side has made its case. Now all that’s left for those on both sides…