CN Headlines 03-26-10

The borough's Board of Education considers switching health insurance carriers, former Naugy pitching ace Pat Dean checks in from Boston College and a local...

CLISE: Jurzynski to swim channel again

He’s at it again. Peter Jurzynski this summer will once more attempt to swim across the English Channel. The borough man, who turns 59...

CN Headlines 04-02-10

The borough's education board votes to close Salem School, residents approve the Long River Middle School roof project through a referendum vote and civic...

CN Headlines 04-09-10

Town officials talk the 2010 census, the borough board approves a passive park plan for the Gunntown Road tract and spring sports get underway...

BF Democrats back Conroy’s reelection bid

SEYMOUR — First-term state Rep. Theresa Conroy announced Monday she will seek reelection to her 105th District seat, saying she is even more eager...

Borough using grant money to help elderly

NAUGATUCK — The tri-fold letter curls up on Ed Carter’s desk, as if mimicking the felines about which it is written. Carter, Naugatuck’s mayoral...

CN Headlines 07-02-10

CN Headlines is back after a month-long hiatus; tune in for reports on new developments in the Renaissance Place project and a local musician...

CN Headlines 03-12-10

Officials offer their take on the Long River Middle School roofing project, the Jr. ROTC at Naugatuck High School enjoys a surge in participation,...

Historic school will close its doors

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education voted, 5-3, Tuesday night to take Salem Elementary School offline and turn the building over to the borough,...

CLISE: Non-NVL games a boon

We’re two-thirds of the way through the Naugatuck Valley League’s non-conference experiment and so far the results—both quantitative and qualitative—have local athletic directors believing...

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