Tag Archives: Naugatuck


Letter: Residents question referendum supporters

To the editor, Since Mr. Matthew Katra is the public face of the Naugatuck HOSED (High Over Spending Every Day) movement, we’re hoping that he can answer some questions in…


Hall inducts new class

NAUGATUCK — So many years ago they stood in the spotlight and were showered by the cheers of adorning fans. On Saturday at the Continental Room the stars came out…


Letter: The taxpayers have spoken

To the editor, Once again, I’d like to express my sincere thanks to our patriotic and concerned taxpayers for their outstanding turnout at the Naugatuck budget referendum. With more than…


Restaurant running food drive

NAUGATUCK — Tequila Grill is conducting a food drive for the Naugatuck Ecumenical Food Bank through the end of the month. Donations of non-perishable food items can be dropped off…


Hearing to discuss capital projects

NAUGATUCK — Residents will have an opportunity Thursday to hear about the capital projects they will be asked to vote on during the election in November. The meeting will be…


Letter: Band thankful for support

To the editor, The Naugatuck High School Band would like to thank the citizens of Naugatuck who supported us during our recent march-a-thon fundraising campaign. The young men and women…


Public speaks on spending plan

NAUGATUCK — About three dozen residents turned out for a public hearing Tuesday night on the borough’s third budget proposal. The current proposal is $112.9 million, an increase of roughly…


Ball field becomes classroom

NAUGATUCK — Rooftops on baseball dugouts served as desks, and a baseball diamond acted as a classroom Monday for students in the construction class at Naugatuck High School. Eight students…


Suicide threat leads to temporary lockdown

NAUGATUCK — Two Naugatuck schools were temporarily placed on lockdown early Monday after a man who lives in the area in between both schools threatened to commit suicide, police said….


Naugatuck police blotter

The Naugatuck Police Department reported the following arrests: MATTHEW SOLBERG, 26, of 139 Lewis St., Naugatuck, was charged Oct. 13 with first-degree criminal trespass and possession of controlled substances. Police…