Monthly Archives: July 2011

Important

Cherry Street building reopens, mysterious powder deemed ‘non-biological’

NAUGATUCK — Police are allowing residents of 123 Cherry St. back in their homes after the FBI determined a suspicious white powder found there last week is not a threat….

Letter: Questions the direction of the country

To the editor, What is happening in our country? Washington is asking senior citizens to take another cut in their benefits. Young men and women serve in the U.S. military…

Letter: Good Samaritans show their caring side

To the editor, To the three helpful people who cared enough to stop and help me when I fell on July 11 in the Naugatuck Savings Bank parking lot. I…

Letter: Touched by service of Elks

To the editor, I was deeply touched by the large group of volunteers from the Elks Club that took the time and effort to help me and my son by…

NSB announces promotions, new branch manager

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck Savings Bank announced two promotions and the hire of a new branch manager for its Watertown office. According to a press release issued by the bank, Jayne…

Letter: Looking for shepherds

Editor’s note: This letter is in response to the letter, “Calls for residents to wake up,” which ran in the July 15 edition of the Citizen’s News. To the editor,…

Prospect Park & Rec offers swim clinic

PROSPECT — The Prospect Park and Recreation Department is sponsoring two week-long swim clinics for competitive swimmers entering grades 9 to 12. The clinics are scheduled for Aug. 15 through…

Important

Golfer honors late Naugatuck girl at tournament

Even though Jason Clark did not play his best at the 77th Connecticut Open golf champi­onship at Fairfield’s Brooklawn Country Club, it was a success in another way. Clark, who…

Obituary: Cynthia Ann (Squires) Whitlock

NAUGATUCK — Mrs. Cynthia Ann (Squires) Whitlock, 72, of 480 Millville Ave., died Thursday, July 28, at the Glendale Center in Naugatuck. She was the widow of Norman Whitlock. Mrs….

Letter: Family thanks heroes from Naugatuck Ambulance

To the editor, We would like to thank the following heroes of the Naugatuck Ambulance Inc. Paramedic William Blakley, AEMT Andrew McCutcheon, and EMT Raymond McDonald for responding Thursday, June…