School solar project takes step forward

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NAUGATUCK — The borough is one step closer to installing solar panels on the roof of City Hill Middle School. The Board of Education this...

Familiar foes to face off

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Budget transfers to pay for truck, repairs

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NAUGATUCK — The Joint Boards of Mayor and Burgesses and Finance last week approved transfers totaling $105,000 from contingency to pay for a new...

Letter: Many questions surround recent oil spill

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To the editor, The oil spill by the Somers Thin Strip plant of Waterbury is the most recent event polluting the Naugatuck River. Two sewage...

Phoenix Stage Company holding auditions

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NAUGATUCK — The Phoenix Stage Company is holding auditions for its upcoming production of Steel Magnolias. The company is seeking six women for the production....

Award distinguishes student leader

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BEACON FALLS — There have been times when Woodland Regional High School Student Government President Noelle Guerrera questioned whether she’s the type of leader...

Letter: Dinner dance helps out veterans

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To the editor, It is time again for the American Legion Auxiliary Ninth Annual Valentine Dinner Dance which will be held on Valentine’s Day,...

Church hosting Pumpkin Patch

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NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck United Methodist Church’s annual Pumpkin Patch opens Sept. 26. The Pumpkin Patch runs from 12 to 6 p.m. at the church,...

Work on Murphy Road in Prospect begins

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PROSPECT — Work has begun on relocating Murphy Road for a new banquet facility. Drivers are encouraged to find an alternate route, Mayor Robert Chatfield...

Towns stick with Chesprocott

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CHESHIRE — Chesprocott Health District has weathered its recent financial crisis, and officials in the three member towns are cautiously optimistic about its future. Its...

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