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The Naugatuck Education Foundation board
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Foundation aims to give schools financial boost

With school finances stretched thin, a group of Naugatuck citizens has come together to help make the ends meet. Incorporated in March, the newly-formed Naugatuck Education Foundation (NEF) hopes to…

Elks to observe Flag Day

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck Lodge of Elks 967 will be holding its annual Flag Day observance June 14 at 6:30 p.m. at the Lodge at 758 Rubber Ave. The observance will…

Quilt donation to help make homes for the brave

NAUGATUCK — On Sunday, more than 60 quilts will be donated to Homes for the Brave during the Congregational Church of Naugatuck’s 10:15 a.m. service Homes for the Brave is…

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Severe storm leaves its mark

The fierce storm that ripped through the area Thursday made sure that it wouldn’t be forgotten anytime soon—at least by the Ostrander family. The storm brought a tree crashing down…

Naugatuck firefighters say they need new tools

NAUGATUCK — The Fire Department is scraping together surplus money to buy at least one new set of hydraulic extrication tools, commonly knows as “the jaws of life,” after antiquated…

3 arrested after borough police answer bar brawl report

NAUGATUCK — A report of an assault Tuesday at Peggy Fenn’s bar on Bridge Street led to three people being charged with three different domestic disputes. Police were dispatched at…

Events: NHS Class of ‘69 reunion

The Naugatuck High School Class of 1969 will hold a class reunion on July 16 at Arrowhead Grove in Bethany. There will be lots of remininicing, games, and music by…

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Taxpayer group submits petition to force budget vote

NAUGATUCK — The borough budget could be heading to referendum next month. A group of Naugatuck taxpayers committed to keeping the budget low has submitted a petition to the borough…

The borough will not fill the animal control officer position for the 2011-12 fiscal year. The position was left vacant when Kristy Sturges resigned last month following an investigation into the mishandling of an animal abuse case. RA ARCHIVE
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Agreement leaves animal control position unfilled

NAUGATUCK — The animal control officer position left vacant by the recent resignation of Kristy Sturges will not be filled until June 30, 2012. According to Mayor Robert Mezzo, the…

Mayor forms panel to study retirement payouts

NAUGATUCK — Mayor Robert Mezzo appointed four burgesses Tuesday to a subcommittee to confront the issue of retirement payouts to elected officials, which borough officials have widely debated since retiring…