Bracing for Hurricane Irene

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Hurricane Irene is continuing its torrid path towards Connecticut. According to the Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection as of 11 a.m. today,...

Preparing for a storm

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Heavy rain and winds are forecast for Sunday as Hurriance Irene continues on its path towards Connecticut. The combination of heavy rains and wind...

School bells will soon be ringing

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Summer is drawing to an end and it’s time to start sharpening pencils, complete summer reading assignments, and dig out that old book bag...

Towns bracing for Hurricane Irene

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With Hurricane Irene tearing towards Connecticut, local officials are preparing for potential flooding and power outages brought on by possible winds gusting up to...

Commission issues cease and desist on couple’s CSA

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PROSPECT — A married couple's venture to operate community-supported agriculture at their farm has been put into jeopardy. Whitney Miller-Caporaso and her husband Christopher Caporaso,...

Tremors from earthquake felt locally

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Employees and patrons of Naugatuck Town Hall briefly evacuated the building Tuesday shortly before 2 p.m. after feeling tremors from a 5.8-magnitude earthquake that...

Region 16 undergoes ‘cultural’ grading change

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BEACON FALLS — Elementary school students in Region 16 will no longer see any As on their report cards—or Bs, Cs, Ds, and Fs...

Proposed turbine regulations blown away

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PROSPECT — The Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday rejected proposed regulations for industrial grade wind turbines in town, citing reasons that included they’re...

Prospect man faces charges in theft from canopy maker

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WATERTOWN – Police have arrested a 33-year-old Prospect man they say was caught stealing from Shelter Logic, a local manufacturer of canopies. Daniel Cochran, of...

Save Prospect to chart a charitable course

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PROSPECT — Save Prospect Corp. isn’t done saving Prospect. The group of neighbors that originally formed to fight commercial wind turbines in town plans to...