Monthly Archives: July 2013

Letter: President Obama’s record is lacking

To the editor, Now that we have had Barack Obama as our President for four and a half years lets take a look at his record. “Obamacare” was passed before…

Naugatuck Hall of Fame announces Class of 2013

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Hall of Fame announced the recipients for induction into the hall’s Class of 2013. This year’s inductees are Carl Herb, Todd Hennessey, Jesse Cyr, Sarah Shea…

Robert Voets, a former West Haven police officer, works on a computer at Naugatuck Savings Bank in Naugatuck where he helps customers with computer fraud and security issues in Naugatuck. –RA ARCHIVE

Former officer now patrols financial beat

NAUGATUCK — Bob Voets never pictured himself working at a bank. So when Voets received a call in 2008 from Tom Nash — then-president of the state chapter of the…

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Library director shelves retirement plans

BEACON FALLS — On the day that was to be her last as director of the Beacon Falls Library, Marsha Durley decided retirement can wait. On Friday morning Durley handed…

Naugatuck’s Jason Bradley slides across home plate to give American Legion Post 17’s junior squad a dramatic 5-4 win over Stamford as teammate Kevin Mariano (42) runs in to celebrate Monday afternoon at Rotary Field in Naugatuck in the opening game of the state tournament. –KEN MORSE
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Junior Legion walks off with dramatic win

NAUGATUCK — It didn’t look like Naugatuck’s night at the ballpark Monday as American Legion Post 17’s junior squad trailed Stamford heading into the bottom of the sixth inning of…

Jeffrey Ziplow, a partner with the West Hartford-based consulting firm Blum Shapiro, presents the executive summary of the final draft of a strategic planning report on Naugatuck government Monday night at City Hill Middle School as Burgess Mike Bronko, left, Borough Clerk Nancy DiMeo and Board of Education member Glenn Connan listen. –ELIO GUGLIOTTI
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Consultants present strategic plan for borough

NAUGATUCK — Borough officials got their first look at a strategic plan for shaping the future of Naugatuck government Monday night. That future may entail privatizing certain services currently under…

Sophie C. (Sodloski) Tammany

Obituary: Sophie C. (Sodloski) Tammany

NAUGATUCK — Sophie C. (Sodloski) Tammany, 99, passed away peacefully on Tuesday July 30, 2013 at Glendale Center. She was widow of George B. Tammany. Sophie was bon in Naugatuck…

Hop Brook Club Championship results

NAUGATUCK — The first two rounds of the Hop Brook Golf Course 2013 Club Championship are in the books. The semifinals are Saturday and the final is Sunday. The following…

U.S. Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro visited the construction site where the new water main will begin at the driveway of Algonquin School in Prospect Monday afternoon. Pictured front row from left, Zach Latozas, grandson of Mayor Robert Chatfield, Chatfield and Pat Corbett of the Connecticut Water Company. Back row from left, Algonquin School Principal Rima McGeehan, Region 16 Superintendent of Schools Tim James, School Building Committee Chairman and Prospect Town Council member Stanley Pilat, DeLauro and Jim Casagrandi of the Connecticut Water Company. –ELIO GUGLIOTTI
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Work on water main underway

PROSPECT — Work has begun on a water main project on Route 69 that will service the new elementary school to be built on New Haven Road. Prospect Mayor Robert…

Rebimbas praises arrest of sex trafficker

HARTFORD — State Rep. Rosa Rebimbas (R-70) applauded local law enforcement officers and the FBI for arresting a “pimp” and recovering five underage victims in the New Haven area during…