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Candidate profiles: Prospect Town Council (Democrats) 

The Citizen’s News asked candidates running for Prospect Town Council in the Nov. 5 municipal election four questions. The responses from candidates endorsed by the Democratic Town Committee are below:…

Candidate profiles: Prospect Town Council (Republicans) 

The Citizen’s News asked candidates running for Prospect Town Council in the Nov. 5 municipal election four questions. The responses from candidates endorsed by the Republican Town Committee are below:…

Library announces exhibit 

PROSPECT — Prospect Public Library will feature the artwork of abstract artist Dana LaMontagne in November. LaMontagne, a Bristol resident, is a self-taught artist. She began painting around 2009 when…

Candidate profiles: Region 16 Board of Education   

The Citizen’s News asked candidates running for Region 16 Board of Education in the Nov. 5 municipal election four questions. The responses from candidates are below: Ben Catanzaro Age: 44…

Piece of Prospect history to serve up final meal

PROSPECT — Walking into Prospect Dairy Bar is like taking a step back in time. A Coca-Cola ad from 1945 hangs on the wall between the main counter and the…

Officials want to convert computer lab into auditorium

PROSPECT — The days of Long River Middle School students using the school’s computer lab to do work online are over. Now, officials are hoping to repurpose the lab so…

Prospect hosting Pumpkin Festival

PROSPECT — The town will get into the Halloween spirit this weekend at its 16th annual Pumpkin Festival. The festival is Saturday from 4 to 8 p.m. on the Town…

Prospect Library seeking artists

PROSPECT — The Prospect Public Library is seeking artists interested in exhibiting their artwork at the library. The library is looking for exhibitors starting in June 2020. Artwork will be…

Funds support HOPE ministry

PROSPECT — St. Anthony Church recently received $2,250 from the Archbishop’s Annual Appeal Vicariate Outreach Program. The funding will benefit St. Anthony Church’s HOPE ministry, which provides monetary assistance for…

Town, school officials take precautions to protect against EEE

Local officials are taking precautions to protect people against Eastern equine encephalitis, a virus spread by mosquitoes that has killed three people in the state this year. On Tuesday, state…