Protest a response to claims in lawsuit

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NAUGATUCK — Protesters marched outside the office of a local podiatrist last Friday to bring attention to a female patient's sexual harassment claim against...

Borough settles with EPA over compliance issue

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NAUGATUCK — The Board of Mayor and Burgesses voted Tuesday to sign a consent decree agreeing to comply with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency standards...

Proposed budget goes before public

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NAUGATUCK — Taxes will go up under a proposed budget plan, despite a decrease in spending. With the state in a “period of chaos and...

DeLauro, Winsley speak out on healthcare mandate

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Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) and congressional candidate Wayne Winsley, a Republican from Naugatuck, released statements this week regarding the Obama’s administration’s mandate requiring all...

Pumpkin patches return for season

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Tis the season for pumpkins. The Naugatuck United Methodist Church and St. Anthony Church in Prospect are both holding pumpkin patches this month. United Methodist Church’s...

Pereiras announce birth of daughter

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Michael and Crystal (Dambowsky) Pereira of Waterbury announce the birth of a daughter, Sophia Lynn Pereira, born July 26 at Waterbury Hospital. The grandparents...

Center hosting Senior Day

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Housing authority, estate reach settlement

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NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Housing Authority has settled a lawsuit with the estate of a woman who fell outside of its building and froze...

Finance board moves ahead with school budget proposal

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NAUGATUCK — The Board of Finance opted last week to move a roughly $64.06 million school budget proposal for the 2019-20 fiscal year forward...

Church selling pierogies during Lent

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NAUGATUCK — The Holy Saviour National Catholic Church is selling homemade cheese or potato pierogies during Lent. Pierogies are available at the church, 118 Prospect...

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