Tag Archives: vandalism


Vandalism of fountain suspected

NAUGATUCK — Borough officials suspect that vandals damaged the recently-refurbished fountain on the town Green earlier this week. The ball on the left side of the historic fountain was found…


Vandals dampen holiday mood 

NAUGATUCK — It appears area vandals are up to their old tricks in the borough’s downtown. It used to be a common story: the borough would put up Christmas and…


Town still searching for vandals

BEACON FALLS — Nearly a month after vandals damaged the Pent Road Recreation Complex the town has a bill but no arrests. “As far as I know the investigation hasn’t…


Equipment stolen from complex

BEACON FALLS — Soon after vandalism was cleaned up at the Pent Road Recreation Complex vandals struck again. First Selectman Christopher Bielik said the sports complex was vandalized again Aug….


Vandals strike at rec complex

BEACON FALLS — Vandals caused significant damage at the Pent Road Recreation Complex Sunday. Doors to two of the announcer’s booths behind the fields were kicked in, locks on two…


Vandals tag greenway

Graffiti washes away easily with new coating NAUGATUCK — It didn’t take long for someone to mar the image of the borough’s brand new, $2 million greenway. Naugatuck officials noticed…

A wooden board taken from the nearest bench on the right lies on the Naugatuck Green. Borough teen Ryan Caulfield refurbished 19 benches on the Green last month for his Eagle Scout project and some of the benches are already being vandalized. –RA ARCHIVE

Vandals strike refurbished benches on Green

NAUGATUCK — When Ryan Caulfield finished refurbishing 19 benches on the Town Green for his Eagle Scout project, he said he was proud and relieved. Residents complimented him on the…

Vandals pushed this port-a-potty into Baummer's Pond two weeks ago. The act of vandalism forced the popular fishing area to close for a week.

Borough looks to crack down on vandalism

NAUGATUCK — An ongoing spate of vandalism throughout the borough has spurred the Parks and Recreation Commission to from a subcommittee to face the issue head-on. “When public property gets…