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Board chooses O & G to manage NHS project

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Mayor and Burgesses approved O & G Industries of Torrington to manage the Naugatuck High School renovation project. The construction company, which was selected Tuesday…

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Borough students may get shot at ‘The Substitute’

NAUGATUCK — When mixing paints in art class, the three primary colors are yellow, blue and what? What is Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ daughter’s name? MTV is offering Naugatuck…

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Borough girl goes bald for a good cause

NAUGATUCK — Many people make New Year’s resolutions. Not many can say they followed through on their resolution the day after New Years. Naugatuck High School senior Molly Walsh has…

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NHS students hope to tackle bullying

NAUGATUCK — With several high-profile cases of suicide among teens who were victims of bullying in recent years, bullying has been a hot topic among school districts and legislators trying…

Block scheduling could be coming to NHS

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck High School students may have longer classes in the future. A new teacher contract awaiting approval from the Board of Mayor and Burgesses would allow a switch…

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Borough bank’s investment in NHS paying off

NAUGATUCK — Over three months since the new the Naugatuck Savings Bank branch opened in Naugatuck High School, students and staff are giving it positive reviews. “It’s actually worked out…

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NHS reaching out to community to help restore mentor program

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck High School is seeking volunteers to revive its mentorship program. The program matches adults with high school students to provide a positive role model and connection outside…

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Police to up ante in search for drugs at NHS

NAUGATUCK — Police K-9s will soon be sniffing through the halls of Naugatuck High School to search for illegal drugs. “My goal is to send a clear message: ‘We don’t…

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Wishing upon a net

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck High School faculty might have slammed students in a faculty versus student volleyball and badminton tournament last Thursday, but the real winners were two children with life-threatening diseases.

As part of her capstone project, NHS senior Andrea Neagu organized the “Wish Upon a Net” tournament to raise money for the Kids Wish Network.

The funds she raises will help send five-year-old McKenna, who suffers from mitochondrial DNA deletion syndrome, and three-year-old Aiden, who has cerebral palsy and epilepsy, to Disneyland and Disney World, respectively.