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Bridge slated to close on Saturday

NAUGATUCK — The Route 68 bridge is scheduled to be closed on Saturday beginning in the morning until 6 p.m. to accommodate ongoing construction, police announced. The bridge, which connects…

High Rock hosting shooting clinic for women

NAUGATUCK — The High Rock Shooting Association is hosting a Women On Target clinic Saturday at the shooting range in the Naugatuck State Forest. The clinic is open to women…

Ion Bank names Naugatuck native president

NAUGATUCK — David Rotatori was a teenager when he took his first job with the former Naugatuck Savings Bank, now Ion Bank. He was 18 and worked in data entry….

Obituary: Vincent F. Tortorici

NAUGATUCK — Mr. Vincent F. “Vinny” Tortorici, 74, of Naugatuck, passed away peacefully July 15, 2017, at RegalCare of Prospect from Hodgkins lymphoma. He was the widower of Patricia (Bottomley)…

Hazardous waste, paint to be collected

NAUGATUCK — Household hazardous waste and paint will be collected July 29 at the former General DataComm Building, 6 Rubber Ave. The Household Hazardous Waste and Paint Collection Day is…

YMCA holding registration for program

NAUAGTUCK — Registration is open for the Naugatuck YMCA’s before and after-school program for the 2017-18 school year. The program is available for all Naugatuck residents and offers activities, time…

Letter: Change in benefit package hurts business

To the editor, My wife Marion and I have owned and operated the Beacon Falls Pharmacy since we opened it in late 2005. We do our best to serve the…

Letter: Conservation Commission should oversee open space

To the editor, Authority for supervising passive open space must be transferred to Naugatuck’s Conservation Commission. There are many reasons for this transfer of authority from the Park Commission. Along…

Assessments under further review

BEACON FALLS — The town has hired an independent revaluation company to review the assessments of homes in Chatfield Farms. Residents of Chatfield Farms, a community for people 55 and…