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Exhibit portrays women of Woodland

BEACON FALLS — The women of Woodland Regional High School are at the center of a new exhibit that adorns the lobby of the school’s auditorium. The Women of Woodland…

Former nursing home eyed for detox facility

PROSPECT — The operators of five inpatient residential detoxification facilities across the country are looking to make Prospect home to their sixth facility. Representatives of The Haven of Connecticut came…

Dinner to benefit Woodland grad diagnosed with cancer

NAUGATUCK — A benefit pasta dinner for Danielle Broderick Joubert will be held Monday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Jesse Camille’s Restaurant, 615 Church St. Joubert, a 2007 graduate…

Fire displaces three from Prospect home

PROSPECT — Three people, including two children, were displaced after a fire destroyed a second-floor bedroom in their residence Saturday morning. Bill Lauber, chief of the Volunteer Fire Department of…

Region 16 hires interim finance director

PROSPECT — The Region 16 school district has hired James R. Carroll as its interim director of finance and business operations. Carroll started in the role on March 4 and…

Stormwater management plan available

PROSPECT — The town’s 2018 stormwater management plan and annual report are now available for the public to view. The plan and report are available at Prospect Town Hall, 36…

Prospect swears in new fire marshal

  PROSPECT — With his family and members of the fire and police departments by his side, Tony Muniz was sworn in as the town’s new fire marshal during a…

Region 16 school chief presents flat budget proposal

PROSPECT — Region 16 Superintendent of Schools Michael Yamin’s 2019-20 school budget proposal would keep spending flat, but the same can’t be said for the net education costs for Beacon…

Local officials fondly remember ‘Griff’

PROSPECT — If something needed to be done, local officials said Keith “Griff” Griffin was there to do it. “He was just a nice guy. He was ready to do…

Teen takes charity game to next level

Woodland student organizing ‘Spike for a Cure’ to benefit Seymour Pink BEACON FALLS — Volleyball and charity go hand-in-hand for Emily Laput. Laput, a 14-year-old freshman at Woodland Regional High…