Obituary: Elizabeth A. Kopp

SOUTHBURY — Elizabeth “Betty” A. Kopp, 86, wife of the late Joseph W. Kopp, passed away peacefully on Jan. 11, 2017, at Waterbury Hospital...

Borough contractor initiates program to help heroes

NAUGATUCK — A borough contracting firm is looking to lend a helping hand to veterans. Bronko Construction LLC is launching a new initiative to help...

Scout’s project to put numbers on houses

BEACON FALLS — Boy Scout Aidan Shea, a Beacon falls resident and member of Troop 138 in Naugatuck, is offering free house numbers to...

Tremors from earthquake felt locally

Employees and patrons of Naugatuck Town Hall briefly evacuated the building Tuesday shortly before 2 p.m. after feeling tremors from a 5.8-magnitude earthquake that...

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City Hill alternative program off to good start

NAUGATUCK — Students at City Hill Middle School have begun traveling a path to a more enriching education experience. In January, City Hill Principal Brian...

Naugatuck 2017-18 bus routes

The first day of school for Naugatuck public schools is Aug. 28. The school day starts at 7:30 a.m. for Naugatuck High School, 7:40 a.m....

Beacon Falls transfer station set to open

BEACON FALLS — The town’s transfer station will be open on Sept. 24. The transfer station, located at 401 Lopus Road, will be open from...

MADD recognizes Naugatuck officers

NAUGATUCK — Mothers Against Drunk Driving honored a pair of Naugatuck police officers for their work to curtail drunken driving. Officers Colin McAllister and Otis...

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