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Honor roll: Naugatuck High School

The following students were named to the honor roll at Naugatuck High School for the second quarter of the 2017-18 school year:  High honor  Grade 12 Vanessa Elizabeth Archacki Austin…

Board OKs change to public comment policy

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education has declared employees and students off limits for public discussion. The board last week approved a change to the public comment policy that prohibits…

Borough looking to stream meetings 

NAUGATUCK — Borough residents may soon be able to watch their government in action from the comfort of their own homes. IT Director Jim Kallipolites told the Board of Mayor…

Borough ponders changes to elderly tax program

NAUGATUCK — Lucy Wysokinski sat in the lobby of Town Hall on Monday morning greeting people who came into the building. Wysokinski is one of 18 senior citizens who work…

Program designed to help struggling freshmen

NAUGATUCK — About 25 percent of Naugatuck High School freshmen failed at least one course during the first semester this school year, and officials are hoping a new program will…

Police investigate report of man claiming to be solicitor

NAUGATUCK — Police investigated a report of a man claiming to be soliciting for Eversource at an apartment complex on Spring Street Thursday morning. Police said the man was asking…

Borough sprucing up park, clearing trees from Green

NAUGATUCK — Public works employees began clearing underbrush and some trees in a forgotten park between Meadow Street and Fairview Avenue. Lewis Park, an eight-acre parcel that is also known…

Board works on budget proposal

NAUGATUCK — After making some adjustments, the Board of Education Monday night backed a $63 million budget proposal for 2018-19 to send to a public hearing, though final figures are…

Naugatuck YMCA to kick off campaign 

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck YMCA will kickoff its 2018 Community Campaign with a Celtic night. The event is March 1 at the Crystal Room, 98 School St. The evening starts…

Push to save school continues

NAUGATUCK — The borough’s only Catholic school is still making plans to move forward despite questions about its future. St. Francis-St. Hedwig School held an open house Saturday to register…