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Police charge woman in connection with stabbing

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NAUGATUCK — A 47-year-old Naugatuck woman is facing charges after police say she stabbed a man with a kitchen knife during a domestic dispute...

State’s attorney releases footage of officer-involved shooting in Naugatuck

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By Elio Gugliotti and Andrew Larson, Staff NAUGATUCK — Joseph T. Corradino, state's attorney for the district of Fairfield, on Thursday released body camera footage...

Metro-North switching to buses on Waterbury line

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WATERBURY — Substitute buses will begin running in place of trains on the Waterbury branch Monday. Metro-North Railroad, which operates the rail line for the...

Naugatuck school board names three new principals

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By Andreas Yilma, Staff Writer NAUGATUCK — Three borough schools will have new leadership come July. The Board of Education this month hired Tiffany Deitelbaum as...

Commission appoints former Naugatuck firefighter deputy chief

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By Elio Gugliotti and Andreas Yilma, Staff Appointment subject to contract approval by borough board NAUGATUCK — The Fire Commission is turning to a former borough...

Brothers serve up last meal at John’s Restaurant

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By Andreas Yilma, Staff Writer NAUGATUCK — John’s Restaurant has been serving up pizza, burgers, beer and wine since the borough’s industrial heyday. Times have changed. After over...

Police seek shoplifting suspect

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NAUGATUCK — Police are seeking the public’s help to identify a shoplifting suspect they say threatened Walmart employees before making off with stolen goods. Police...

Naugatuck Portuguese Club facing financial struggles

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By Andreas Yilma, Staff Writer NAUGATUCK — Faced with mounting back taxes, the Naugatuck Portuguese Club is working with the borough to pay down its...

Fire leaves Naugatuck home uninhabitable, displaces two

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By Andreas Yilma, Staff Writer NAUGATUCK — A house fire Wednesday afternoon displaced a borough couple from their home the day before Thanksgiving. The fire caused...

Funeral homes balance safety with need for grieving

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By Roger Cleaveland, Republican-American Funeral directors are working to balance safety amid the COVID-19 outbreak with the need for closure for family and friends of...

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