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Prospect receives insurance rebate

PROSPECT — The town has received some money back on its workman’s compensation insurance. The New Haven-based Connecticut Interlocal Risk Management Agency, the town’s workman’s compensation insurance, recently gave the…

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Rossi backed by years of experience

NAUGATUCK — For Deputy Mayor Tamath Rossi, her bid for the mayor’s office is about having the experience to drive the borough in the right direction. “This race is about…

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Olbrys seeks to bring change

NAUGATUCK — The campaign for the mayor’s office is all about bringing change to Naugatuck for the borough’s youngest burgess. “I decided to run because a lot of people were…

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Bronko believes best days are ahead

NAUGATUCK — Republican mayoral candidate Seth Bronko wants to make sure the borough is on the path to success. “I’ve grown up in town. I love this town. The path…

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Senior center gets new minibus

BEACON FALLS — The Beacon Falls Senior Center has a new ride. The center’s new minibus arrived this month. “It’s just awesome. It’s got everything. It’s like a Cadillac,” said…

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Obituary: Jeanette (Tougas) DeNomme

NAUGATUCK — Jeanette (Tougas) DeNomme, 83, widow of Joseph A. DeNomme, passed away peacefully at St. Mary’s Hospital VITAS Unit surrounded by her family. Mrs. DeNomme was born in Bridgeport…

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Candidate announces town hall meeting

NAUGATUCK — Republican mayoral candidate Tamath Rossi is hosting a town hall meeting Sept. 9. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. and will be held at Town Hall, 229 Church…

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Commissioners name interim fire chief

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Fire Commissioners has moved the second in charge at the fire department up as it searches for a permanent fire chief. The board appointed Deputy…

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Prospect Charter up for revisions

PROSPECT — For the first time in 15 years, Prospect is dusting off the town Charter for possible revisions. The Town Council unanimously voted Tuesday night to move forward with…

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Grants eyed to fix North Main Street

Paul Singley, Republican-American NAUGATUCK — The borough will seek $3.6 million in grants to repair a portion of the pockmarked North Main Street in the Union City section. On Tuesday,…