Farm gets state grant for food safety

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BY ANDREAS YILMA REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN NAUGATUCK — An expanding vegetable farm has received a state grant to upgrade its food safety. Sunset Farm on Andrew Mountain Road in...

Naugy boys close out solid first half of season

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BY KEN MORSECITIZEN’S NEWSThe Naugy boys closed out the first half of the basketball season as one of the top-tier teams in the league,...

Hounds seeking more NVL titles on the track

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BY KEN MORSECITIZEN’S NEWSThe Naugatuck boys and girls indoor track team made a whole lot of noise last season and even snuck up on...

Greyhound girls bonding, winning close games on the court

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BY KEN MORSECITIZEN’S NEWSThe Naugy girls finished up the first half of the basketball season with an encouraging 5-5 record. The Greyhounds made the...

Firms team up to provide comfort to Uvalde victims

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BY ANDREAS YILMA REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN NAUGATUCK — A borough embroidery company and a South Carolina fabric and textile manufacturer have collaborated for the second time to give...

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Animal Control seeks to place dogs

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BY ANDREAS YILMA REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN NAUGATUCK — A person who wishes to adopt man’s best friend doesn’t have to look any further than the Naugatuck Animal Control. Last...

Naugy girls hoping to get healthy for second half of season

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BY KEN MORSECITIZEN'S NEWSThe Naugatuck girls took control of the second and third quarters to pull away for a 48-38 win over Woodland on...

Volpe has been a star runner at SCSU

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BY KEN MORSECITIZEN'S NEWSJonathan Volpe has certainly gained a whole lot of attention in his first two seasons at Southern Connecticut State University. The...

Greyhounds battled in season-opening swim loss at Torrington

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BY KEN MORSECITIZEN'S NEWSSometimes it takes a few meets before a team can gauge where they are. If the season opener for the Naugy...

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