ZBA rules tree fort can stay

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NAUGATUCK — The dust has settled and Fort Bronko still stands. Burgess Michael Bronko and his wife, Eileen came before the Zoning Board of Appeals...

Borough plans to tear down eyesore

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NAUGATUCK — Plans are underway to make Naugatuck a little more pleasing to the eye. Naugatuck Economic Development Corporation Chairman Jay Carlson said there are...

Grant to make senior housing more accessible

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NAUGATUCK — Senior housing in Naugatuck is about to become a little more accessible. The borough has received a Small Cities Block Grant for $500,000...

Whittemore Library to host author

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NAUGATUCK — Author Thomas J. Craughwell will visit the Whitemore Library Sept. Wednesday to discuss his book, “Thomas Jefferson’s Crème Brulee: How a Founding...

New book tells woman’s fight for justice

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Putting it in writing was not therapeutic. Reliving the details did not help. Her husband urged her not to do it. But Donna Palomba,...

Action council to provide prevention training

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PROSPECT — The Central Naugatuck Valley Regional Action Council is providing local prevention training for Region 16 Prevention Task Force members and Prospect and...

NHS senior named National Merit semifinalist

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NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck High School senior Siddhant Shah has been named a semifinalist in the 2013 National Merit Scholarship Program. Shah is one of about...

Legislators speak out against early release program

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HARTFORD — State representatives Rosa Rebimbas (R-70) and David Labriola (R-131) spoke out this week along with the State’s Victim Advocate on the Risk...

Borough hosting safety fair

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NAUGATUCK — A rescue helicopter is scheduled to land Sunday on the football field at Naugatuck High School. Bicyclists will perform tricks and a...

Cyclists riding to highlight Greenway

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Forty-five bicyclists. Fifty-six miles. Eleven towns. On Sunday, representatives from the National Park Service, with some community partners, will pedal from Torrington to Derby...

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