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Waterbury man, 33, kills self near entrance to state forest

NAUGATUCK — A 33-year-old Waterbury man shot and killed himself last Saturday night near the entrance to Naugatuck State Forest. Police responded to 600 Hunters Mountain Road after a call…

Guns along the Naugatuck – Riverside residents feel they’re under fire

Neighbors raise concerns over hunting along the Naugatuck NAUGATUCK — During hunting season, residents of the riverside Bristol Terrace neighborhood say their days begin at 6 a.m. with anxiety. “We…

Naugatuck Mayor Bob Mezzo, left, greets then gubernatorial candidate Dannel Malloy at the Naugatuck Fire House in November.
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State budget battle could leave towns strapped for cash

While Gov. Dannel Malloy and the legislators up in Hartford are wrestling with the state budget, local elected officials are trying to put together their municipal budgets. Malloy’s proposed two-year,…

Special registration session for borough voters

NAUGATUCK — Louise Sheedy, Democrat, and Janice L. Dambowsky, Republican, Registrars of Voters will hold a special voter registration session on Saturday, April 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m….

Household hazardous waste collection set for April 16

A Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day is scheduled for several area towns, including Beacon Falls and Naugatuck for Saturday, April 16 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will…

Board of Education candidate Debra Brackett introduces herself at a forum Monday night at City Hill Middle School.
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Forum gives BOE hopefuls the floor

NAUGATUCK – Candidates for the Board of Education share a common goal—deliver the best possible education to students with the least cost to taxpayers. The candidates discussed just how they…

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Borough men charged in Salem Street armed robbery

WATERBURY — Two Naugatuck men are facing burglary and robbery charges after another man told police they stole $3,000 from him after luring him to a home on Salem Street,…

Armed robbery forces schools into lockdown

NAUGATUCK — A home on Salem Street was the site of an armed robbery this afternoon leading to the lockdown of two borough schools and a daycare. Shortly before 2…

Moccia’s art on display at Whittemore Library

NAUGATUCK—The Whittemore Library is featuring the artwork of Derby resident Christine Moccia throughout the month of April. Moccia attended Paier School of Art in Hamden where she majored in book…

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Subdividing industrial park lots could equal more revenue for Naugatuck

With the recent demolition of the Peter Paul building, one of the last remnants of Naugatuck’s industrial past, borough leaders are looking for other ways to keep Naugatuck’s manufacturing tradition…