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Borough youths facing vandalism charges

NAUGATUCK — Police charged a pair of Naugatuck boys with vandalizing the Union City Little League complex. Shortly after 6:30 p.m. on Monday, police responded to the little league on…

Borough youths arrested after fake gun shown

NAUGATUCK — Two 13-year-old borough boys were arrested Sunday night after an argument escalated into shooting threats. According to police, the two boys were arguing Sunday night at the home…


Borough adopts $105.5 million budget

Joint boards OK $105.5 million budget NAUGATUCK — After hours of debate, the Joint Boards of Mayor and Burgesses approved a $105.5 million budget May 26. The budget increases spending…

Borough employee fired following arrests

NAUGATUCK — Joshua Ruccio, a Public Works employee who has been charged with larceny three times and burglary once since February, was fired from his borough job Friday, officials confirmed….

Hop Brook Golf Course in the red, so greens fees must be raised

NAUGATUCK — The Hop Brook Golf Course is planning to raise fees next year in reaction to a $60,000 shortfall last year. The borough allocated the public course about $395,000…

Marcus Stallworth, a licensed social worker in the foster and adoptive unit, talks about the need for more foster homes in Naugatuck during a a meeting with the Naugatuck Social Service Network May 19.

Looking for a few good foster homes

NAUGATUCK — Wanted: caring families to provide a safe, supportive environment to children who cannot live with their own families. The Department of Children and Families is looking for families…

Beer fest pours draft for charity

Craft beer fans gathered at Jesse Camille’s Restaurant on May 21 to take part in the 17th Craft Brewer’s Beer Festival. The charity event is lauded as Connecticut’s longest continually…


Police on the hunt for ATM thieves

NAUGATUCK—Borough police are searching for suspects who stole on ATM from a gas station after driving a car through the front of the store. Shortly before 4 a.m. on May…


Residents criticize borough spending

NAUGATUCK — A small but vocal crowd packed the Naugatuck High School auditorium Monday night to voice their opinions on the proposed borough budget. About 50 people attended the public…


Commission considers four-year mayoral term

NAUGATUCK— Doubling the length of the mayor’s term can now be added to the growing list of potential changes to the Town Charter coming out of the Charter Revision Commission….