Category Archives: News

Borough to upgrade website

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Mayor and Burgesses Aug. 6 approved spending up to $20,000 to upgrade the municipal and Naugatuck Police Department’s websites. Information Technology Director Jim Kallipolites said…

Beacon Falls Pharmacy to close

BEACON FALLS — Beacon Falls Pharmacy announced Monday afternoon it will close its doors permanently on Tuesday, Aug. 20. Robert and Marion Bradley, who founded the five-person, independent pharmacy in…

Council supports sidewalk project

PROSPECT — Most of the 70 or so people who filled the council chambers at Town Hall Aug. 8 for a hearing on a Route 69 sidewalk project urged the…

CNA course ready for inaugural year

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck High School will launch its inaugural certified nursing assistant course in the upcoming school year. Naugatuck High School Associate Principal Kristina Wallace said the course, which will…

Construction to close Summit Road in Prospect

PROSPECT — Summit Road will be closed to thru traffic Wednesday while work is done to replace a drainage pipe. Mayor Robert Chatfield said a drainage pipe that runs beneath…

Eversource announces statewide infrared helicopter inspections

Eversource will be conducting aerial inspections of high-voltage electrical equipment on rights of way throughout Connecticut, including in Beacon Falls and Naugatuck. The aerial inspections are scheduled to start Tuesday…

Prospect town employees search for owner of rings

PROSPECT — Public works employees made a rare discovery Thursday during a lunch break on the side of Route 69. “We were just sitting and relaxing and eating lunch,” employee…

Honor roll: Long River Middle School

The following students were named to the honor roll at Long River Middle School for the fourth term of the 2018-19 school year. High honor  Grade 8 Kenneth Arnold April…

Dean’s list

Regis College WESTON, Mass. — Erika Andreoli of Naugatuck was named to the dean’s list at Regis College for the 2019 spring semester. To make the dean’s list, upperclassmen must…

Officials look to take next step with schoolhouse project

BEACON FALLS — Town officials are ready for the next step in a project to preserve an historic schoolhouse. In July, state lawmakers approved a bill that transfers a 0.125-acre,…