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Business growth highlights annual NEDC meeting

NAUGATUCK — Some small businesses are flocking to the borough, thanks to the efforts of the Naugatuck Economic Development Corporation. Noel Rutherford, sales engineer at Vitek Research Corporation, said the…

NEDC meeting rescheduled

NAUGATUCK – The Naugatuck Economic Development Corporation has re-scheduled its annual meeting for Nov. 28 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Naugatuck Historical Society Museum, 195 Water Street. The…

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Subdividing industrial park lots could equal more revenue for Naugatuck

With the recent demolition of the Peter Paul building, one of the last remnants of Naugatuck’s industrial past, borough leaders are looking for other ways to keep Naugatuck’s manufacturing tradition…

Building 25 still stuck in limbo

NAUGATUCK — The fate of the last remaining building from the Uniroyal Rubber Company is still up in the air. The Maple St. building known as Building 25 still sits…

Borough development plan approved

WATERUBRY — Naugatuck’s Municipal Development Plan took another step toward implementation Tuesday when the Regional Planning Commission of the Council of Governments of the Central Naugatuck Valley unanimously voted it…

NEDC hopeful about economic future

NAUGATUCK — Thursday’s news from the U.S. Department of Labor that unemployment in Connecticut had jumped from 8.4 to 8.8 percent lent an air of irony to that night’s Sixth…

Conroy, NEDC solicit opinions of Parcel C

NAUGATUCK— The Naugatuck Economic Development Corporation and Conroy Development officials didn’t quite get what they were looking for Monday night when they held a public forum with St. Mary’s Health…

Mezzo addresses business owners at luncheon

NAUGATUCK — Mayor Bob Mezzo assured the Chamber of Commerce and business owners Tuesday that the Renaissance Place development project is “alive and well,” quipping that the project has been…