Tag Archives: Naugatuck

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Youth services picking up momentum

NAUGATUCK — The future of Naugatuck Youth Services was unclear a year ago as borough leaders questioned whether they wanted to fund the long-standing municipal department. Worried about having to…

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Applications to be accepted for renter’s program

NAUGATUCK — The Assessor’s Office will begin accepting applications for the elderly renter’s program April 2. Applications will be accepted on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the office in Town Hall,…

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Chamber seeks nonprofits to sell raffle tickets

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce is seeking local area nonprofit organizations to sell raffle tickets for the 10th Annual Duck Day and Race. There is no fee for…

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Filing period open for elderly programs

NAUGATUCK — The Assessor’s Office is currently accepting applications for the elderly homeowners and elderly freeze programs. Applications will be accepted on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the office in Town…

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Decorative lighting to be part of bridge upgrades

NAUGATUCK — The Prospect Street Bridge along Route 68 will be receiving some upgrades. The Board of Mayor and Burgesses voted last week in favor of taking ownership of and…

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No position on plant yet

NAUGATUCK — Borough officials are still pondering their position on a proposed power plant in Oxford. Over 100 people showed up to the Board of Mayor and Burgess meeting March…

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Conservation focus of new commission

NAUGATUCK — The borough has a new commission to help improve its conservation of open spaces. The Board of Mayor and Burgesses approved an ordinance, 7-3, to create a new…

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Update: Missing man found

NAUGATUCK — A Naugatuck man who was reported missing this week has been found. Police reported that 56-year-old Miguel Arroyo, who was reported missing on Wednesday, has been located safe…

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Elks win Little Pal championship

NAUGATUCK — The road to a championship is often littered with potholes and obstructions, sending even the best teams careening into a ditch. The Elks of the YMCA Little Pal…

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Letter: Neighborhood businesses need support

To the editor, Most residents of Naugatuck, especially the ones that live on the west side, are probably familiar with an old landmark on Quinn Street known as “Marty’s Corner.”…