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Letter: Finance board member says vote no

To the editor, On July 29, please vote “No Too High” in the Naugatuck budget referendum. The Board of Education budget is 53 percent of the total town budget. The…

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Church seeks donations for fair

NAUGATUCK — St. Michael’s Church is accepting donations for its annual Village Green Fair. Donations of gently used household items, child-related items and books are sought. The church is unable…

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Letter: Stand firm by voting no

To the editor, Thirty-five years ago, my husband and I bought our first and current home in Naugatuck. Naugatuck was a bit further north than we had planned to buy…

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Registrars holding sign-up session

The Naugatuck and Prospect registrars of voters will hold special enrollment sessions Tuesday from 5 to 7 p.m. for the upcoming Republican primary. The sessions will be held at the…

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Letter: Use the right to vote

To the editor, The citizens of Naugatuck have a referendum coming up on Tuesday, July 29. The budget-backers are taking their “right not to vote.” Those who have to live…

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Letter: Vote to reduce the budget

To the editor, The library in Naugatuck had its budget request cut this year. Because of this they were going to close the library two days a week. Then all…

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Notification of referendum comes under question

NAUGATUCK — The same man who organized a petition to send the proposed town and school budgets to referendum on Tuesday is accusing the borough of not doing enough to…

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Letter: One percent makes a difference

To the editor, One percent, it is just 1 cent on each dollar spent. That is not all that much. Many households in town had to make cuts greater than…

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Police say man pushed girlfriend on train tracks

WATERBURY — A Naugatuck woman suffered a large cut to her head after being pushed from the city’s train platform onto the tracks below around 4:45 p.m. Thursday. A Metro-North…