Borough looking to stream meetings 

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

Borough officials send budget to hearing

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NAUGATUCK — Borough officials have backed a $116 million budget for fiscal year 2015-16. The Joint Boards of Finance and Mayor and Burgesses approved the...

Chamber’s chairmanship changing hands 

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NAUGATUCK — There has been a changing of the guard at the Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce. Yvette Wilmot of Sarracco Mechanical Services, past chairman of...

COVID deaths inch up; Rhode Island back on travel advisory

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By Paul Hughes, Republican-American HARTFORD — The COVID-19 death toll in Connecticut inched closer to 5,000 as coronavirus-associated deaths topped 200,000 nationally on Tuesday, officials...

Borough launches iWatchNaugatuck

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NAUGATUCK — By downloading a free app, Naugatuck residents can turn their smartphones into a crime-fighting tool. The Naugatuck Police Department launched iWatchNaugatuck Friday. iWatchNaugatuck...

Naugatuck teen wins Connecticut Icon

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Ambulance services continue as contract expires

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NAUGATUCK — The contract between Naugatuck Ambulance and the borough expired last week, but emergency medical services for now remain unaffected. The private nonprofit ambulance...

Preparations underway at former armory

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NAUGATUCK — Borough officials are preparing the former armory on Rubber Avenue for its next life. The state conveyed the 3.5 acre former U.S. Army...

Riders air concerns about train service

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DERBY — Riders of the Waterbury branch of Metro-North Railroad weren't impressed with Gov. Dannel Malloy's announcement Monday that the state will fund up...

Crisco embraces funding for economic initiatives

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HARTFORD — State Senator Joseph Crisco, Jr. (D-17) welcomed final approval of supplemental funding for three components of the state’s economic recovery strategy. On Wednesday,...

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