Cannabis regulations explored in Naugatuck

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By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News NAUGATUCK -- The borough is exploring a way to establish new cannabis regulations. The Land Use Department distributed draft cannabis regulations to...

Naugatuck gym manager accused of spying on patron turns himself in

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By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News NAUGATUCK -- A Planet Fitness manager has turned himself in to police after being accused of recording a naked gym member. A...

Sandy Hook responder found dead in Naugatuck cemetery

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By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News NAUGATUCK -- A retired Newtown police sergeant, who responded in the wake of the Sandy Hook School shooting, was found dead...

Trio charged in hit-and-run incident, Naugatuck victim remains in hospital

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By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News NAUGATUCK -- Police have charged three Hartford men with the hit-and-run incident in July that left a borough resident fighting for...

Naugatuck takes steps to enforce recycling rules

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By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News NAUGATUCK -- The borough is taking new steps to curb residents from throwing out trash in recycle bins. They will do...

‘You will suffer for the rest of your life’: Naugatuck man gets 15 years...

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By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News WATERBURY -- Four years after confiding to her high school counselor about the sexual abuse she endured by her stepfather, the...

Naugatuck Town Hall able to seek bid for extension

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By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News NAUGATUCK -- Town Hall will be getting some much-needed space as the borough looks to expand its main building. The Board of...

Borough kicks off Sao Paio Festival with ceremony

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By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News NAUGATUCK -- The Ladies Auxiliary of the Portuguese Club launched the annual Sao Paio Festival over half a century ago and...

Naugatuck finance chief retires after 13 years at helm

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By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News NAUGATUCK -- Board of Finance Chairman Dan Sheridan is stepping down from the board after more than a decade of service. Sheridan,...

Turning over a new leaf: 50 years and counting for Naugatuck farm market

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By Steve Bigham Republican-American NAUGATUCK -- Terry Raimo first began selling flowers, plants and, for a time, fresh produce and meats in 1972 from a parking...

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