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Naugatuck to destroy school records

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck school officials announced special education records will be destroyed. The special education records of students from the graduating class of 2011 and students who attended Naugatuck public…

State pondering ending car tax cap

HARTFORD — Car owners in Naugatuck and other high-tax towns could end up paying a lot more in the coming year or two. Faced with a budget crisis, state leaders…

YMCA hosting Festival of Rainbows

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck YMCA in collaboration with area LGBT+ adult- and youth-serving organizations will host the Festival of Rainbows June 1 from 4 to 7 p.m. The event is…

New plan on the table for Parcel C building

NAUGATUCK — About a month after borough officials rejected changes to the plan for Parcel C, the developers behind the project have put forth another design for a proposed building…

Festivals a boon for businesses 

NAUGATUCK — Above the din of festival goers chatting and live music at Naugatuck’s Downtown Spring Festival on May 20, one voice, offering “delicious pulled pork sandwiches,” rose above it…

Keeping flags flying

NAUGATUCK — City Hill Middle School students worked with local veterans on May 18 to help replace flags at the graves of veterans at St. James Cemetery on Cross Street….

Dog licenses available soon

NAUGATUCK — Dog licenses will be available from the Town Clerk’s Office starting on June. 1 The license period covers to June 30, 2018. The fee is $8 for fixed…

Events to mark Memorial Day

Naugatuck, Prospect and Beacon Falls will commemorate Memorial Day this weekend. Naugatuck’s annual Memorial Day parade will step off, rain or shine, Monday at 9:15 a.m. on North Main Street….

Grant to aid preschool program

NAUGATUCK — The Whittemore Library recently received a $1,490 grant from the Connecticut Community Foundation to support the purchase of toys for an early childhood program. Bee Playful, the library’s…

No referendum in borough 

NAUGATUCK — The deadline to submit petitions to force a referendum on Naugatuck’s municipal and school budgets came and went Monday without anyone submitting petitions. Borough officials adopted a $120.4…