Category Archives: News

Adoption support group starts in Prospect

Bells of Hope and Foster Adoptive Mission are pleased to announce the formation of a regional support group for families formed through adoption. The new adults-only group, called Ring of…

Food drive sponsored by Naugy firefighters

The Naugatuck Fire Fighters Local 1219 will be hosting a food drive on Saturday, Nov. 13 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on the Naugatuck Town Green at the corners…

Plymouth polling place correction

This mornings Waterbury paper listed the District 1 polling place incorrectly. The DISTRICT 1 polling place for the town of Plymouth is: FISHER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 79 NORTH MAIN ST TERRYVILLE,CT

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Renaissance Place eligible for state funding

NAUGATUCK – The green light was given to Naugatuck’s $710 million downtown revitalization plan. The municipal development plan for Renaissance Place was approved unanimously by the Board of Mayor and…

Town chairpersons update leading to election

In the final week of campaigning for Election 2010, Citizen’s News talked with several of the area’s Democratic and Republican town committee chairpersons to gather their opinions on the races…

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Halloween Village is back for more scares

NAUGATUCK – The scares will continue this Halloween season in the borough. Halloween Village will be open each night this weekend for all kids and adults to experience some pre-Halloween…

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Local candidates square off in CN debate

NAUGATUCK — Candidates for state House and Senate seats in local districts squared off in a debate coordinated and moderated by Citizen’s News on Oct. 21. State Sen. Joe Crisco…

Region 16 committee to discuss new school

BEACON FALLS — The Region 16 Board of Education has authorized the formation of a building committee to begin the process of planning for a new elementary school on the…

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Contention abounds at public hearing

BEACON FALLS — It’s no secret that the state’s purchase of 11 acres in the industrial park on Lancaster Drive will have a direct impact on future town revenues. Residents’…

Monument committee close to funding goal

NAUGATUCK — A committee devoted to raising money for the restoration of the downtown World War I monument has nearly reached its fundraising goal. The monument committee has raised $35,000,…