Borough woman charged in puppy scam

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NAUGATUCK — After a months-long investigation, police charged borough mastiff breeder Angie Fish on Monday with scamming customers from Maine to Alabama out of...

Naugatuck police blotter: identity theft

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The Naugatuck Police Department reported the following arrests: AMANCIO RIVERA, 29, of 151 Andrew Ave., Naugatuck, was charged, Nov. 21, with forgery in the first...

Borough man charged with cashing dead grandmother’s Medicare

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NAUGATUCK — A borough man is facing charges of forgery, larceny and identity theft after police said he endorsed and cashed his dead grandmother's...

Police conducting DUI check in borough

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NAUGATUCK — The Regional Selective Traffic Enforcement Unit will be conducting a sobriety check point in the area of Old Firehouse Road Wednesday night....

Car crashes into garage wall in Naugatuck

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NAUGATUCK — An elderly woman crashed her sedan into the wall of a garage Tuesday afternoon at a Barn Finch Circle condominium, authorities said. The...

Borough announces holiday collection schedule

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NAUGATUCK — There will be no curbside collection of trash or recycling on Nov 24, Thanksgiving Day. Collections will taker place one day later,...

School board facing decision over business manager

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NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education has until the end of this year to decide what direction it wants to go in concerning the...

Wishing upon a net

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NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck High School faculty might have slammed students in a faculty versus student volleyball and badminton tournament last Thursday, but the real winners were two children with life-threatening diseases. As part of her capstone project, NHS senior Andrea Neagu organized the “Wish Upon a Net” tournament to raise money for the Kids Wish Network. The funds she raises will help send five-year-old McKenna, who suffers from mitochondrial DNA deletion syndrome, and three-year-old Aiden, who has cerebral palsy and epilepsy, to Disneyland and Disney World, respectively.

Charter commission under the gun

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NAUGATUCK — Residents had their final say Wednesday on the Charter Revision Commission's first proposed changes to the borough charter. The commission now has...

Borough looks to crack down on vandalism

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NAUGATUCK — An ongoing spate of vandalism throughout the borough has spurred the Parks and Recreation Commission to from a subcommittee to face the...

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