Woodland students have an axe to grind: Timber Team aims to get kids out...

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By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News BEACON FALLS -- Woodland Regional High School manufacturing and marketing students are teaming up to create its own metals company with...

Prospect police search for answers to abandoned 15-year-old dog

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By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News PROSPECT -- An abandoned dog is now recovering after a town resident found the small critter in the middle of the...

Skating on elsewhere: Naugatuck residents air concerns for location of proposed park

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By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News NAUGATUCK -- Borough officials are changing the proposed skateboard park location from near Hop Brook Elementary School after some concerns from...

Borough considers mobile recycling center, could save money

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By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News NAUGATUCK -- Borough officials are looking into having a mobile recycling redemption center of bottles and cans for residents. Waterbury native Mike...

Officials demand FERC act on ‘useless’ Kinneytown Hydroelectric Dam

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By Martin Begnal Republican-American SEYMOUR -- Officials and environmental groups Monday, June 6 called on the owners of a hydroelectric dam on the Naugatuck River that...

Damaged school flooring addressed at Naugatuck schools

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By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News NAUGATUCK -- The borough is looking to remove old and damaged asbestos vinyl flooring in three schools. The Board of Mayor and...

Hometown Hero announced: Locals recognized for community service

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By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News NAUGATUCK -- Shepherd Salem Lodge No. 78 of Naugatuck gave its first Hometown Hero award to Assistant Fire Chief Walter Seaman...

Firm hired to collect: Unregistered cars a problem in Naugatuck

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NAUGATUCK -- The borough is continuing a program with a local private investigation firm after having success combating unregistered cars that resulted in lost...

Repairs coming to Naugatuck Fire Department headquarters after agreement

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By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News NAUGATUCK -- The Board of Mayor and Burgesses unanimously approved at its May meeting to enter into an agreement with Sullivan...

Officials present new budget in Beacon Falls after rejection

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By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News BEACON FALLS -- The Board of Finance and the Board of Selectmen have cut $638,520 to create a new $9 million...

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