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Naugatuck news


New year, no construction

NHS students, staff looking forward to a complete school NAUGATUCK — When Naugatuck High School students head back to school on Monday they won’t have to worry about whether their…


NHS Class of ‘66 holding reunion

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck High School Class of 1966 is holding its 50th reunion Sept. 17. The reunion is from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Lake Quassapaug in Middlebury….


Tractor Supply gains approval to build

NAUGATUCK — The Zoning Commission has cleared the way for a Tractor Supply Company to be built on New Haven Road. The commission unanimously approved last week special permits for…


Men facing robbery charges

NAUGATUCK — Police charged three men with robbing a 16-year-old Monday night. Police said the victim was with Christopher Silva-Hicks, 20, of Waterbury, John Daisey, 18, and Brian Jackson, 20,…


Block party to mark end of summer vacation

NAUGATUCK — Local churches are getting ready for a block party. The annual Back to School Block Party, which is sponsored by Naugatuck Valley Community Church, Naugatuck United Methodist Church,…


Split board OKs 2-year deal for chief

NAUGATUCK — Police Chief Christopher Edson will remain at the top of the Naugatuck Police Department for another two years. A divided Board of Mayor and Burgesses approved a two-year…


Recitals carry on borough man’s legacy

NAUGATUCK — The 12th year of the Bob Veillette Summer Piano Recitals are set for Sept. 8 at the Whittemore Library. The recitals were started by Veillette, a Naugatuck man…


Arts Festival offers interactive experience

NAUGATUCK — The Town Green will be the go-to spot for art in the borough this weekend. The 6th annual Naugatuck Arts Festival is Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6…


Former station in the midst of transformation

NAUGATUCK — The historic former train station downtown will once again be bustling with people coming and going regularly. They won’t be buying tickets, though: they will be eating meals…


Board dealing with cut in Alliance grant

NAUGATUCK — For the first time since the state began awarding grants to Alliance Districts in 2012, Naugatuck saw a decrease in its funding. Naugatuck’s grant was cut about $400,000…