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NHS class of 2010 graduates

NAUGATUCK — The commencement ceremony for the Naugatuck High School Class of 2010 was held Thursday evening. 324 graduates received their diplomas and began the next chapters of their lives…

Beacon Falls budget passes public

A $5.69 million passed a town vote Wednesday, 181-93. Hundreds packed into Woodland Regional High School’s auditorium to cast their votes via paper ballots, but only three residents spoke. The…

Recently adopted books exemplify new tech

Heavy backpacks might not be a concern of local doctors and parents for too much longer. The Region 16 Board of Education recently approved the adoption of three new Glencoe…

Naugatuck Savings Bank robbed

The Naugatuck Savings Bank on Church Street was robbed Tuesday afternoon. The suspect, who police described only as a white male, was wearing a printed tee shirt,  jeans and a…

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Section of old Salem Bridge collapses

NAUGATUCK — A worker for Southington-based Brunalli Construction was critically injured when a part of Salem Bridge, which spans the Naugatuck River, collapsed under his feet. The 100-foot section of…

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School board adopts 2010-11 budget

NAUGATUCK — The school board adopted its 2010-11 budget at a special meeting last Wednesday night, closing what was once a nearly $7 million gap between the borough’s allocation and…

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Conroy: ‘Things are percolating’

NAUGATUCK — Fairfield developer Alexius Conroy, who’s worked with major stakeholders over the last eight years on the borough’s planned, $710 million downtown revitalization project known as Renaissance Place, sees…

Selectmen trim $170,000 from town budget

BEACON FALLS — Beacon Falls officials will again seek to pass a municipal budget for the 2010-11 fiscal year next week after residents turned down, by about 60 votes, a…

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Duck Day draws thousands, despite weather

NAUGATUCK — For the second time in as many weeks, thousands of revelers gathered in downtown Naugatuck. Last week, the Memorial Day parade attracted residents who lined the streets to…

Board chair will not seek reappointment

NAUGATUCK — The chairman of the borough’s finance board is stepping down after five years as its leader and two decades on the board. Raymond M. Lennon Jr. will not…