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Church selling pierogies during Lent

NAUGATUCK — The Holy Saviour National Catholic Church is selling homemade cheese or potato pierogies during Lent. Pierogies are available at the church, 118 Prospect St., on Sundays from 10…

City Hill robotics team maneuvers to national event

NAUGATUCK — A trio of City Hill Middle School students hope to make it to Georgia Tech in Atlanta this May. By designing a winning remotely-operated vehicle that successfully maneuvered…

Vendors sought for Walk Day & Wellness Fair

NAUGATUCK — The 5th annual Town Wide National Walk Day & Wellness Fair is set for next weekend. The event is April 1 at City Hill Middle School, 441 City…

Funds for more help drive increase in budget request

NAUGATUCK — Public Works Director Jim Stewart is seeking to take a step closer to having a full complement of workers in the department. Stewart presented a $5.25 million budget…

Custom car show revs up this weekend

NAUGATUCK — The Connecticut Indoor Custom Car and Motorcycle Show will take place in the former General DataComm building at 6 Rubber Ave. this weekend. The hours are 10 a.m….

A record day for NHS DECA

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck High School DECA chapter will have a record number of students at the international DECA competition next month. Twenty out of the chapter’s 32 students who…

Health care savings equal technology for school board

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Board of Education this month approved transferring $1.1 million in health care savings to pay for capital items. The anticipated surplus funds, which are in the…

Legislation aims to strengthen grandparent’s rights

HARTFORD — Legislation aimed at allowing grandparents more rights when “unfairly” denied visitation of their grandchildren has been proposed again this year. The proposed bill, LCO 4651 — An Act…

Police looking for skimming suspects

NAUGATUCK — Police are seeking information on two suspects in connection with a credit card skimming incident. Credit card skimming involves thieves using a device that steals information stored on…

High winds cause power outages

NAUGATUCK — High winds knocked down trees throughout the region Wednesday, taking out power lines and blocking roads. In Naugatuck, trees lay on wires at Salem Road near the intersection…