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Prospect news

Road work continues in Prospect

PROSPECT — After a round of milling and paving all or parts of about a dozen roads in town, work to replace catch basins on two streets is up next….

Stop & Shop to stop offering plastic bags at Connecticut stores

Stop & Shop supermarkets announced Monday it will stop offering plastic bags at its 91 Connecticut stores, including one in Naugatuck, starting Thursday, the day a new 10-cent fee on…

Library announces August exhibit

PROSPECT — Prospect Public Library will feature “Shore Points,” an exhibit of artwork by Edith Reynolds, this month. The exhibit, which features oils and acrylics paintings, reflects the southern New…

Prospect Democrats endorse slate

PROSPECT — The Prospect Democratic Town Committee’s endorsed slate of candidates for the November municipal election includes political veterans and newcomers, but not a challenger for the mayor’s seat. The…

Familiar names fill Republican ticket in Prospect

PROSPECT — The names on the Republican ticket for the November election are familiar ones, especially at the top. The Prospect Republican Town Committee endorsed candidates at a July 18…

Council transfers funds for fuel tank, generator

PROSPECT — The Town Council last week approved two transfers, totaling $118,527, to install a generator and a new oil fuel tank at the Prospect Community Center. The cost of…

School board OKs replacing tennis courts

BEACON FALLS — The tennis courts at Woodland Regional High School are set to get a makeover. The Region 16 Board of Education last week approved moving forward with replacing…

Towns to open cooling centers

With temperatures expected to rise into the upper 90s this weekend, Beacon Falls, Naugatuck and Prospect will open cooling centers for residents to beat the heat. Beacon Falls The Beacon…

Library seeking artists to exhibit artwork 

PROSPECT — The Prospect Public Library is seeking artists interested in exhibiting their artwork at the library. The library is looking for exhibitors for October through December and next year….

Hazardous waste, paint to be collected

WOLCOTT — The Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments and participating towns are sponsoring a Household Hazardous Waste and Paint Collection Day on Saturday. The event will run from 8 a.m….