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Course to help parents advocate for children

NAUGATUCK — Parents who want to learn how to become better advocates for their children have an opportunity to participate in a free 20-week course beginning in the late fall….

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A vintage homecoming

NAUGATUCK — Larry Cabral of Watertown purchased a 1934 fire engine from the Borough of Naugatuck for $551 years ago in an auction. When he bought it, the vehicle didn’t…

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NHS announces open house

NAUGATUCK — An open house at Naugatuck High School is scheduled for Thursday. The open house begins at 6:15 p.m. Parents will report directly to their child’s homeroom. During the…

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Police add foot patrol after robbery

NAUGATUCK — It was only a BB gun, but the way it was used during a recent holdup attempt was chilling. Now Naugatuck police are stepping up patrols in the…

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Collection to benefit food bank

NAUGATUCK — A food drive to aid the Naugatuck Ecumenical Food Bank is Wednesday. Donations can be brought to the Ion Bank parking lot at 87 Church St. from 7:30…

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Festival rising for 31st year

NAUGATUCK — The Harvest Moon Festival is set to rise this weekend. The festival, which is in its 31st year, is Sept. 19 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and…

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Lack of budget impacts class sizes

NAUGATUCK — Top officials in the public school system say not having an approved budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year is hurting the way schools operate. Superintendent of Schools Sharon…

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Missing man found

NAUGATUCK — A Thomaston man who went missing from Naugatuck in late July was found Sunday, police said. Police reported Andrew Barker, 30, was found by West Haven police wandering…

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Church holding bag sale

NAUGATUCK — The Congregational Church of Naugatuck is holding it’s bi-annual bag sale. A bag full of summer clothes is $4. Proceeds from the sale benefit scouts and youth groups…

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Dancing with heroes

NAUGATUCK — A Naugatuck veteran who served in Iraq is now helping military families by cutting a rug. Sgt. Greg Lovisolo, 30, joined the United States Marine Corps in 2002….