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Class of 2011 set to graduate

Graduation ceremonies for Naugatuck and Woodland Regional high schools are scheduled for later this month. Woodland Regional High School’s graduation will be held Thursday, June 23 at 6 p.m. in…

Crash on I-84 kills Naugatuck woman

A Naugatuck woman was killed and two others were hospitalized after a five-car accident Sunday morning on I-84 in Southington. Three cars and a U-Haul truck were stopped at 3:50…

Fundraiser to benefit firefighter’s family

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Firefighter Local 1219 union is holding a fundraiser to benefit the Gallion triplets. Borough firefighter Todd Gallino and his wife Cayti recently had triplets, Maggie, Owen…

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City Hill beginning new commencement tradition

NAUGATUCK — When the time comes for borough eighth graders to leave middle school behind this year and move on to high school, they will do so like no other…

Ex-animal control officer feels resignation was forced

NAUGATUCK — Former Animal Control Officer Kristy Sturges said Thursday that she felt the borough police department and the state Animal Control Division pushed her to resign after their investigation…

Vigil to shed light on POW plight

NAUGATUCK — To raise awareness of soldiers who are missing in action or prisoners of war, borough veteran organizations will be holding a POW/MIA vigil on the Green. The vigil,…

First installment of borough real estate taxes coming due

NAUGATUCK — Tax Collector’s office sent notice to property owners in Naugatuck that the first installment of real estate taxes is due July 1. Motor vehicle, personal property and real…

Borough looking for public input on parking ban

NAUGATUCK — The borough is currently reviewing the list of roads exempt from the winter parking ban ordinance and wants the public to weigh in on the issue. The winter…

Students get no break from the heat; Borough classes to be dismissed early

NAUGATUCK — In the event of another heat wave before the school year ends June 27, administrators said they will continue to dismiss schools early rather than cancel them, to…

State celebrates Portuguese heritage

HARTFORD — Members of the state’s Portuguese community were honored at the Day of Portugal event last Friday in Hartford. State Rep. Rosa C. Rebimbas (R-70) and Fernando G. Rosa,…