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Naugatuck news

Borough also subject to blight bylaw

NAUGATUCK — One of the most visible owners of blighted property in Naugatuck turns out to be — Naugatuck. Last week, a citizen-led committee charged with beautifying the community showed…

Borough adopts blight ordinance

NAUGATUCK — Borough residents who don’t clean up will soon be forced to pay up. The Board of Mayor and Burgesses this week unanimously approved a blight ordinance that allows…

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Local author publishes first novel

NAUGATUCK — Many authors tap into personal experience in their early works and produce semi-autobiographical novels and stories. Borough author Phil Beloin Jr. takes the opposite tack in his fiction,…

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Drug bust connects to borough

A Naugatuck man was one of four people arrested in what state police are calling the largest marijuana bust in Connecticut in at least a year. Police say William Eichin,…

Borough, DOT hoping to strike a deal

NAUGATUCK — ‘Help me help you’ seems to be one premise of an agreement the borough is negotiating with the Connecticut Department of Transportation. The two sides are pressing out…

Sites selected for proposed dog park

NAUGATUCK — Dog enthusiast’s moods were lifted Tuesday night by an announcement of five potential locations for a proposed dog park, but were subsequently dashed by a presentation that highlighted…

Naugatuck Hall of Fame in search of home

NAUGATUCK — The enshrined sports legends of Naugatuck may have a new residence. The Hall of Fame Committee has been surveying open space around the borough to display the exhibit…

Borough granted $50,000 for ground study

NAUGATUCK — The borough has received a $50,000 state grant to conduct a hazardous materials survey at the site of the Naugatuck train station on Water Street. Gov. M. Jodi…

Construction to continue on Rubber Avenue

NAUGATUCK — The construction project that has been causing delays along Rubber Avenue may end up taking longer than expected. The project has closed a section of the main road…

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School board closes 2009-10 with surplus

NAUGATUCK — It’s official: the Board of Education managed to close its books for the 2009-10 fiscal year without a bailout from the borough. In fact, according to information released…