Commission issues cease and desist on couple’s CSA

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PROSPECT — A married couple's venture to operate community-supported agriculture at their farm has been put into jeopardy. Whitney Miller-Caporaso and her husband Christopher Caporaso,...

Borough looking to add kindergarten class

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NAUGATUCK — Enrollment in the district’s kindergarten classes is up 61 students over last year, according to Assistant Superintendent Brigitte Crispino. Tentative enrollment figures at...

Borough Catholic school ready for joint venture

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NAUGATUCK — A new Catholic school is preparing to open its doors to students for the first time Aug. 31. After the borough’s two...

Tremors from earthquake felt locally

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Employees and patrons of Naugatuck Town Hall briefly evacuated the building Tuesday shortly before 2 p.m. after feeling tremors from a 5.8-magnitude earthquake that...

Region 16 undergoes ‘cultural’ grading change

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BEACON FALLS — Elementary school students in Region 16 will no longer see any As on their report cards—or Bs, Cs, Ds, and Fs...

Suspects beat up man at Sullivan’s Bar

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NAUGATUCK — A weekend assault at Sullivan’s Bar landed one man in jail and has police searching for the remaining suspects. The assault occurred...

Assessment appeals to be heard in September

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BEACON FALLS — The Board of Assessment Appeals will meet on Sept. 19 or Sept. 20 in Town Hall to hear appeals related to...

Fundraiser looks to buy ‘Socks for Soldiers’

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WATERBURY — Anyone looking for a little exercise and a way to support U.S. troops can do both during a “Socks for Soldiers” fundraiser....

Proposed turbine regulations blown away

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PROSPECT — The Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday rejected proposed regulations for industrial grade wind turbines in town, citing reasons that included they’re...

School board settles with former maintenance chief

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NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education approved a settlement Wednesday with Harris Clark, the school system's longtime supervisor of maintenance and grounds who was...

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