Monthly Archives: October 2012

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Deficit turns into surplus

REGION 16 — Two weeks after Region 16 school officials thought they were facing a possible $200,000 hole in their budget, that figure has flipped 180 degrees. On Oct. 10,…

NVL tourney to resume Thursday

Boys Soccer No. 2 Naugatuck will face No. 3 Torrington in the NVL tournament semifinals. The game is scheduled for Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at Wolcott High with the final…

Borough man killed in Seymour crash

SEYMOUR — A Naugatuck man died after the car he was riding in crashed into a utility pole just past Pearl Street on Route 115 early Wednesday morning, police said….

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Power outages dwindling in Naugatuck

The number of power outages in Naugatuck dropped by 554 from Wednesday morning to Wednesday afternoon. As of 4:30 p.m., Connecticut Light & Power reported that there were 659 power…

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Kingsley throws Hawks past ‘Hounds

NAUGATUCK — Tanner Kingsley wasn’t too bad last Friday night. The Woodland quarterback set Naugatuck Valley League passing records with 502 yards and eight touchdowns as the Hawks knocked off…

Naugatuck announces updates to collection schedule

NAUGATUCK — Due to Superstorm Sandy the Public Works Department made some changes and additions to its collections. The first week of leaf collection has been pushed back to Nov….

Power remains out for some

As the cleanup from Superstorm Sandy continues, more than 450,000 people across the state find themselves in the dark. As of Wednesday morning, Naugatuck still had 1,213 power outages, according…

Naugatuck, Region 16 schools to close Wednesday

Naugatuck and Region 16 schools will be closed again on Wednesday due to the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy. “Despite efforts to clear all downed trees and wires from numerous locations…

Obituary: Peter Cave

WATERBURY — Mr. Peter T. Cave, 66, of Waterbury, died Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2012 at St. Mary’s Hospital. Mr. Cave was born in New Haven on July 29, 1946 a…

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Cleaning up after the storm

With the worst of the Superstorm Sandy over, the cleanup has begun. Naugatuck Mayoral Aide Ed Carter said the cleanup effort is currently underway. The borough’s Public Works Department is…