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Woodland updates evaluation model

BEACON FALLS — Woodland Regional High School administrators have developed a new teacher evaluation model in hopes of better assessing the competency and performance of the district’s teachers. The model…

School board won’t fund waterline project

The Region 16 school board last week rejected Prospect Mayor Robert Chatfield’s request for a $40,000 payment to help defray the cost of installing a new waterline, which will abut…

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Angel Food offers reduced-price groceries

“We have to let people know being humble is okay, being in trouble is okay…it’s about making people feel good about themselves,” said Mark Rees at the most recent Naugatuck…

Union City falls in sectional final

SEYMOUR — With a trip to the state championship round on the line, Union City came up just short in the Little League Junior Softball sectional final game on Tuesday…

Conroy, Greene Jr. differ on voting record

State Representative Theresa Conroy (D-Seymour) is vying to renew her seat in the 105th Assembly District in the November elections and will be opposed by Leonard Greene Jr., the son…

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Borough springs for $20,000 virtual facelift

NAUGATUCK — As borough officials try to coax money out of a tepid investment market to fund remediation and development of the downtown district, they have decided to invest some…

UCLL all-stars fall to Shelton

The Union City comeback kids couldn’t pull off one more win.  After coming back against Prospect in a last-at-bat win and overcoming a four-run deficit against Ansonia, UCLL’s run came to…

Sewage plant’s neighbors threatening to sue

NAUGATUCK — Residents of an east side neighborhood who have complained for nearly six years about putrid smells from the local wastewater treatment plant say they have grown tired of…

Borough’s bond rating upgraded

NAUGATUCK — The bond rating agency Standard & Poor’s has upgraded the rating on the borough’s long-term general obligation bonds, meaning the borough could pay less in interest when it…

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School board selects James Jordan

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education last week appointed Democrat James Jordan, a former member of the borough Planning Commission, to fill the seat vacated June 30 by Thomas McKirryher….