Category Archives: Naugatuck

Naugatuck news

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DPW reminds residents of mailbox policy

NAUGATUCK — The Department of Public Works issued a reminder to residents of its policy regarding mailboxes damaged during snow removal. Under the policy, the borough will not repair mailboxes…

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Service lands Burns in Hall of Fame

NAUGATUCK — Two months after turning 18 years old in 1944, Robert Burns enlisted in the U.S. Navy. “I joined the Navy because we were at war and that was…

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Scheithes to receive Citizenship Award

NAUGATUCK — The borough is honoring a couple who has given back to the youth of Naugatuck for more than three decades. Lifelong borough residents Fred and Jeanne Scheithe are…

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Bridge slated to be closed this weekend

NAUGATUCK — The Route 68 bridge is scheduled to be closed this weekend, police announced. The bridge, which connects Bridge Street to Prospect Street, is undergoing a significant rehabilitation project….

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Towns to kick off the holiday season

The towns of Prospect, Beacon Falls, and Naugatuck are planning to ring in the holiday season this weekend. Beacon Hose Company No. 1 will get Beacon Falls in the holiday…

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Borough may use aerial images to help with assessments

NAUGATUCK — The borough may employ a new way of viewing taxable properties — from the sky. The Board of Mayor and Burgesses is considering hiring Pictometry, a Henrietta, N.Y.-based…

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Borough accepting letters to Santa

NAUGATUCK — The Park and Recreation Department is accepting letters to Santa Claus through Dec. 19. Letters can be dropped off in the mailbox in the entrance of the department…

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Firefighters, park department collecting toys

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck Firefighters Union Local 1219 and the Park and Recreation Department are collecting toys to help children in the borough have a merrier Christmas. Donations of new, unwrapped…

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Festival to light the night

NAUGATUCK — The borough will ring in the holiday season with a downtown festival. Naugatuck is hosting the first Light the Night Festival on Saturday from 4 to 10 p.m….

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Borough man sentenced for defrauding investors

NAUGATUCK — A 37-year-old borough man was sentenced to a year in prison on Tuesday in connection with a scheme to defraud investors of more than $120,000. Christopher Scull pleaded…