Monthly Archives: August 2011

Obituary: Joseph Stanley Kosiorek Jr.

BEACON FALLS — Joseph Stanley Kosiorek, Jr., 73, of Beacon Falls, formerly of Seymour, beloved husband of Jeannine Theriault Kosiorek, entered into eternal rest on Monday, Aug.29, at Griffin Hospital….

Naugatuck bus routes: Kaynor Tech, Emmett O’Brien Tech

Kaynor Tech Bus 28 Starts: 5:57 a.m. Spencer Street and Lewis Street Andrew Avenue and Spencer Street Hoadley Street and Aetna Street Hoadley Street and Millville Avenue Millville Avenue and…

Borough pushes school back again, Region 16 set to go

With power outages still rampant locally and across the state, the first day of school in Naugatuck for public and parochial students has been delayed until Sept. 6. This afternoon,…

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Naugy’s Dean continues climb to Majors

NEW BRITAIN — Given the uncertainty with which Naugatuck’s Pat Dean began his second professional baseball season, he’s poised for a spectacular finish this summer. “Absolutely,” Dean said. “My arm…

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Marching band learning a new tune

NAUGATUCK — With a new director and increased enrollment that places it in a more competitive division, the Naugatuck High School marching band has hit the ground running. Literally. Students…

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Borough eyes complete renovation of NHS

NAUGATUCK — Plans to renovate Naugatuck High School as new are moving forward, thanks to a non-binding straw vote of approval from Naugatuck’s three big boards — the Board of…

Naugatuck Marine dies in motorcycle crash

NAUGATUCK — Marine Cpl. Matthew A. Tooker was shot twice in Afghanistan last year and survived to run the Marine Corps Marathon in honor of his fallen comrades. Now someone…

Obituary: Matthew A. Tooker

NAUGATUCK — Mr. Matthew A. Tooker, 25, of Naugatuck, passed away early Saturday morning due to injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. Matt was born in Danbury on March 14,…

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Public raises issue with proposed ordinance changes

BEACON FALLS — The Board of Selectman got an earful when it presented proposed ordinance changes that would eliminate the elected positions of tax collector and town clerk in favor…

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Power restoration a slow process

A day after Hurricane Irene made her presence felt across the state, Connecticut Light & Power had restored power to more than 288,000 of its customers. As of early this…