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Borough landlord sentenced for tax evasion

NAUGATUCK — A borough landlord who owns a large apartment complex was sentenced Tuesday to nine months in prison for dodging more than $300,000 in taxes. Anthony “Rusty” Valentino, 77,…

Stop & Shop to stop offering plastic bags at Connecticut stores

Stop & Shop supermarkets announced Monday it will stop offering plastic bags at its 91 Connecticut stores, including one in Naugatuck, starting Thursday, the day a new 10-cent fee on…

Update: Missing woman found safe

NAUGATUCK — Police said a 28-year-old woman who was reported missing has been found safe. Police issued a missing person alert for Stephanie Lucisano on July 25. Police said she…

Naugatuck Republicans back slate, lack mayor candidate

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Republican Town Committee last week endorsed a nearly full slate of candidates for the November municipal election. The only thing missing was a candidate to run…

Arrest made in illegal dumping on bank of Naugatuck River

NAUGATUCK — A Seymour man was arrested Friday after a news crew in the borough to do a story on illegal dumping allegedly saw him dump garbage down a bank…

Commission continues car wash hearing

NAUGATUCK — The Zoning Commission last week continued a hearing on a special permit application for a new car wash on New Haven Road. The commission continued the hearing to…

Police investigate illegal dumping in industrial park

NAUGATUCK — Police are investigating an illegal dumping incident in the Naugatuck Industrial Park. Police responded to the industrial park on Great Hill Road Thursday to investigate a complaint of…

Towns to open cooling centers

With temperatures expected to rise into the upper 90s this weekend, Beacon Falls, Naugatuck and Prospect will open cooling centers for residents to beat the heat. Beacon Falls The Beacon…

Naugatuck High classes announce reunions

NHS Class of 1969 NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck High School Class of 1969 is planning its 50th reunion for September. Classmates who have not received details on the reunion can…

Firm settles with borough over brick issue on bridge

NAUGATUCK — An engineering consulting firm has agreed to pay the borough $90,000 as part of a settlement over problems with the bricks that line the Whittemore Memorial Bridge. The…