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Naugatuck news

Scouts running food drive

NAUGATUCK— Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts are running their annual Scouting for Food drive. Scouts from Boy Scout troops 138, 115 and 102 and Cub Scout Pack 109 distributed about…

Music department holding instrument drive

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Public Schools music department is seeking donations of gently-used musical instruments. Instruments of any type will be accepted as long as they are in playing condition….

Food bank volunteer takes time to say thank you

NAUGATUCK — Irene Lawlor knows everyone likes to receive a “thank you,” so she makes sure every person and organization that donates money to the Naugatuck Ecumenical Food Bank gets…

Opioid crisis takes center stage at forum

NAUGATUCK — A panel of 21 professionals gathered at Naugatuck High School Oct. 29 to discuss the crisis of opioid addiction. State Sen. George Logan, R-17th District, who hosted the…

Borough Democrats regain majority on board

NAUGATUCK — Democrats reclaimed a seat from Republicans at the polls Tuesday to gain a 5-4 burgess majority on the Board of Mayor and Burgesses. Nearly 24% of the 19,573…

Naugatuck man found guilty of sexual assault

WATERBURY — A 41-year-old Naugatuck man was convicted of multiple crimes Oct. 29 following a trial on sexual assault charges involving minors. A jury of six in Waterbury Superior Court…

Loan for borough candidate’s Prospect house has occupancy provision

NAUGATUCK — The mortgage for a Prospect home purchased by Republican tax collector candidate Kasdyn T. Click contains an occupancy provision, but he says he lives in Naugatuck. Click, 25,…

Naugatuck ballot

The election is Nov. 5. Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Below is the list of candidates running for office in Naugatuck. Mayor Vote for one Democratic…

Polling locations

The polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Nov. 5. Beacon Falls Laurel Ledge School, 30 Highland Ave. Naugatuck Ward 1, District 1 & Ward 2,…

Hess wants to ‘finish the job’

NAUGATUCK — As his second term in office comes to an end, Mayor N. Warren “Pete” Hess feels he has unfinished business. Hess, a 70-year-old Democrat, will get the chance…