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CERT seeks volunteers05/28/2020

CERT seeks volunteers

BEACON FALLS – The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is seeking additional volunteers. CERT is a training program that educates volunteers about disaster preparedness and trains them in basic disaster response skills to assist in the event of a disaster. As a member of CERT, volunteers can respond to disasters, participate in drills and exercises, READ MORE.
Honor roll: Woodland Regional High School05/28/2020

Honor roll: Woodland Regional High School

The following students made the honor roll at Woodland Regional High School for the third quarter of the 2019-20 school year: High Honor Grade 12 Aneesah Abu Hilqah Kayla Allen Nora Ameti Victoria Baliga Cole Barrows Zacary Bertrand Jade Brennan Kyle Bshara Tyler Bulinski Karli Butcher Eliana Cambra Matthew Campbell Ethan Carlone Olivia Carter Calisa READ MORE.
Woodland Hawks: Kyle Simpson is a ...05/22/2020

Woodland Hawks: Kyle Simpson is a …

Kyle Simpson is a 3 year Varsity player and although he started his career as a 3B, outfield is his primary position. It is his determination and grit that earned his way into a starting role. Happy Senior Night Kyle! #WoodlandSeniorNight #GoHawks Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
Taxpayers can apply for deferment program05/21/2020

Taxpayers can apply for deferment program

BEACON FALLS – The town is accepting applications for a tax deferment program from taxpayers that have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Under the program, qualified taxpayers will have their July tax payments deferred, interest free, until Oct. 1. To qualify, residents must have lost 20% of their household income since April 1 READ MORE.
Beacon Falls bonding plan on hold05/21/2020

Beacon Falls bonding plan on hold

By Andreas Yilma, Staff Writer BEACON FALLS – A plan to borrow $6 million for capital improvements is on hold until the state lifts restrictions in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and the town can hold a public vote on the bonding resolutions. Town officials have proposed borrowing $5 million for road READ MORE.

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