Columbo Ladies Auxiliary bids farewell

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NAUGATUCK — The Cristoforo Columbo Ladies Auxiliary has dissolved after 45 years of helping local Italian-Americans and preserving their native culture—but it did go...

Turf fundraising ready to begin

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NAUGATUCK — The borough’s campaign to raise some $500,000 in private monies to offset the cost of installing synthetic turn at the high school’s...

Region 16 teachers reject contract offer

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PROSPECT — The Region 16 Board of Education and the Region 16 Teachers' Association are heading to arbitration to settle a new three-year teachers'...

Joint boards approve BOE bailout

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NAUGATUCK — At a special meeting of the joint boards of Mayor and Burgesses and Finance on Tuesday, a wide, 16-3 majority approved an...

BOE to ask borough for $1m bailout

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NAUGATUCK — Despite several members’ concerns about its autonomy, the Board of Education voted Thursday night to request almost $1 million from the borough government to close what remains of a $1.55 million budget deficit. As conditions of the bailout, the board agreed to retain borough Controller Wayne McAllister as its business manager through next fiscal year and to switch its insurance broker from USI Insurance Services to CDC Kane Partners. It also approved concession packages presented by labor unions, which total $592,126. The total sum the school board will request from the borough will not exceed $955,906.

Naugatuck teachers approve concessions

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NAUGATUCK — Hours before the Board of Education was scheduled to meet Thursday, the Naugatuck Teachers’ League approved a concession packaged, worth an estimated...

Thursday’s BOE meeting relocated

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NAUGATUCK — Thursday’s Board of Education meeting, at which the body is expected to vote on a solution to its $1.55 million budget shortfall,...

Seniors receive free health screening

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NAGUATUCK — Naugatuck and surrounding area seniors had a rare chance to get their overall health examined free of charge last Thursday at the...

R16 BOE applauds student journalism

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BEACON FALLS — “In my 37 years of teaching, I have never seen the level of quality in a student newspaper that I have...

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