Lamont committed to leave decision on schools to local districts

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By Paul Hughes, Republican-American HARTFORD — Gov. Ned Lamont confronted fast-rising COVID-19 rates and a fresh demand Monday to close school buildings to students again...

Board OKs contract for public works superintendent

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NAUGATUCK — The Board of Mayor and Burgesses last week approved a new two-year contract with Public Works Superintendent Robert Roland. The contract, which is...

Eastern Company reports increase in revenue

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NAUGATUCK — The Eastern Company’s sales increased in the second quarter of 2015 and first six months of the year, but net income decreased...

Vendors sought for craft festival

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NAUGATUCK — The St. Hedwig Ladies Guild is seeking craft and tag sale vendors to participate in its first Craft Festival. The festival is scheduled...

Vacant school catches investor’s eye

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NAUGATUCK — An investor interested in buying the vacant Prospect Street School and renovating it into a mixed-used development with offices and possibly a...

YMCA hosting cornhole tournament

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NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck YMCA is hosting a cornhole tournament on May 1. The tournament is double elimination. Registration starts at 11 a.m. and the...

Absentee ballot applications in the mail

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By Paul Hughes, Republican-American BLOOMFIELD — Absentee ballot applications should be arriving in the mail for 1.2 million Democratic and Republican voters for the Aug....

Police searching for person who abandoned kittens

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(Editor’s note: An update to this story has been posted. Police now say the dead kitten found on Hunters Mountain Road was not run...

Patients despair at doctor’s disappearance

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NAUGATUCK — Dr. Carl Schiano has disappeared again, leaving patients in the lurch who need medical attention or, in many cases, their files to...

Search continues for suspect in stabbing

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NAUGATUCK — Nearly a month after first seeking the public’s help to find a suspect wanted in connection with a stabbing in Naugatuck, the...

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