Library featuring photography exhibit

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NAUGATUCK — The Whittemore Library is featuring the photography of Gary Spring this month in an exhibit titled “Naugatuck & Nearby.” The exhibit focuses on...

Small fires in borough under investigation

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NAUGATUCK — Fire marshals are investigating two small fires reported in the same neighborhood within 45 minutes of each other Saturday. A police officer on...

Post 17 honors ‘unsung heroes’

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NAUGATUCK — American Legion Post 17 presented spouses of deceased Vietnam veterans Saturday with Certificates of Honor and lapel pins to recognize and thank...

Cabrera wins Democratic primary in 17th Senate District

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By Andreas Yilma, Staff Writer For the second time in three years, Democrat Jorge Cabrera earned the opportunity to run for the 17th Senate District...

Seniors honor ‘favorite son’

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NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Senior Center has said goodbye to one of its favorite sons. Staff Sgt. Curtiss Leilich, 28, a native of Tennessee, has...

NHS Class of ‘71 reunion

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The Naugatuck High School Class of 1971 is holding a picnic reunion Sept. 17 at Quassy Amusement Park. The reunion will run from 12...

Presidential nominees are locks, Dems to decide challenger in 17th Senate District

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By Michael Puffer, Republican-American Tuesday’s presidential primary might not offer much choice when it comes to the Oval Office, but there is a local contest...

Summer camps, programs to reopen

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Beacon Falls, Prospect cancel town-run activities By Andreas Yilma, Staff Writer Some summer camps and programs are preparing to open amid the COVID-19 pandemic, while others...

United Way’s reach celebrated at meeting

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NAUGATUCK — Over the years, Kathy Doran and her daughter, Kaleigh, have had their ups and downs — more so than the average mother-daughter...

Halloween party returns after hiatus

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NAUGATUCK — After a two-year hiatus, American Legion Post 17 and the Naugatuck firefighters union are bringing back the annual Halloween Parade and Party. The...

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