Monthly Archives: February 2011

Obituary: Betty J. (Adams) Daily

NAUGATUCK — Betty J. (Adams) Daily of Margaret Circle, Naugatuck, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on Monday Feb. 28 at Waterbury Hospital after a valiant struggle with Alzheimer’s…

Naugatuck police blotter: DUI, possession of pot, larceny

The Naugatuck Police Department reported the following arrests: JAMES LANGO, 48, of 1034 Andrew Mountain Road, Naugatuck, was charged with driving under the influence, failure to drive right and failure…

Public opinion on the future of Naugatuck schools sought

NAUGATUCK — The borough is seeking the input of residents and other community stakeholders on what they would prefer Naugatuck schools to look like a decade or more from now….

Naugatuck Woman’s Club offers scholarships

Two $1000 scholarship awards will be offered to assist any Naugatuck resident who is a graduating high school senior continuing their education by entering an accredited 2 or 4 year…

Letter to the editor: Help save our neighbor’s home

Time after time I have read many articles about Mrs. Ackerman’s home located at 146 Walnut St. It is very clear that her home has a greater meaning and she…

Obituary: Robert J. Burns

NAUGATUCK — Mr. Robert J. Burns, age 86, of 151 May St., died Friday Feb. 25 at the Glendale Center in Naugatuck. He was the husband of Jeanne (Chiswell) Burns….

Important

Commission lines up possible changes in its crosshairs

NAUGATUCK—After nearly two hours of discussion, the Charter Revision Commission set its sight on a few major potential changes to pursue, with a switch to an automatic budget referendum dominating…

Letter to the editor: Push for full-time First Selectman Republican ploy

Over the past few weeks in this newspaper we seem to have been experiencing a coordinated, or an amazingly coincidental, effort on the part of Beacon Falls Republicans to solve…

Letter to the editor: Opposes full-time First Selectman

I am opposed to the suggestion that we make the job of Beacon Falls First Selectman full time with full-time pay and benefits. The town of Beacon Falls is proud…

Letter to the editor: Level the prescription drug playing field

In today’s economy, Connecticut cannot afford to be sending good jobs and revenues out of our state. Local independent pharmacies face many challenges in today’s economy, the largest of which…