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Stiff opposition grounds Beacon Falls land management ordinance

BEACON FALLS – A new land management ordinance was shot down Monday night in a town hall vote. The Conservation Commission drafted the ordinance in an effort to protect open…

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Chocolate king crumbling

Demolition of Naugatuck’s chocolate giant has commenced. For 88 years, Peter Paul on New Haven Road produced endless supplies of candies such as Mounds, until 2007 when the factory closed…

Lioness Club of Beacon Falls scholarship available

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…

Nominations sought for Raymond K. Foley Award

Nominations are currently being accepted for the Raymond K. Foley Award. The award, which is presented by the Naugatuck Parent School Council, honors an individual or group for outstanding service…

No liquor sales on Sunday just fine with area package stores

As state lawmakers gear up for another push to repeal the ban on Sunday alcohol sales, some local liquor store owners would prefer to keep their doors closed. “We don’t…

Danbury man accused of having sex with minor

A Danbury man has been charged with having inappropriate sexual relations with a minor in Prospect. Robert M. Belot, of Danbury, turned himself into Connecticut State Police Troop I in…

Catholic school merger on table

NAUGATUCK — Parents, staff and students at the borough’s two Catholic schools have mixed reactions about a proposition to combine the schools in an attempt to solve financial problems. Parents…

Special voter registration

NAUGATUCK — The Registrars of Voters will hold a special session on Tuesday, Feb. 22 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on the second floor in Town Hall to accommodate…

Naugatuck man rescued from roof died of heart attack

NAUGATUCK — The man firefighters rescued from the roof of 152 Applewood Lane Feb. 1 was pronounced dead of a heart attack at Waterbury Hospital shortly thereafter, his widow said….

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Selectman calls for full-time change

BEACON FALLS — Selectman Michael Krenesky called for changes that would make the First Selectman a full-time position with appropriate pay and benefits. “I believe that we need to have…