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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…

Chamber announces duck race winners

Thousands of people turned out for the 6th annual Duck Day & Race Sunday, June 5. Sponsored by the Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce, the duck race raised a total of…

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Chamber sings borough doctor’s praises

Lifelong Naugatuck resident Dr. Robert Matusz has volunteered at the Chase Clinic since 1978, the same year he opened his own podiatry practice on Meadow Street. At the free clinic,…

Borough offering summer programs

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Park and Recreation Department is now accepting registration for its summer programs. This year’s programs include swimming lessons, summer playground programs for children pre-K to eighth…

Committee weighing high school renovation options

NAUGATUCK — The Long Term School Facility Planning Committee is planning a $30,000 study to determine how much it would cost the town to renovate the high school as new….

NHS adapts to meet accreditation standards

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck High School is hoping to earn a passing grade as it awaits the results of its five-year review by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges…

Nonresident students not just Norwalk’s problem

Enrolling a child in public school isn’t as simple as driving up to a school, handing over a lunch box and sending the child on his or her way. Parents…