Referendum on Renaissance rewrite rejected

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NAUGATUCK — One burgess's efforts to force a referendum on any changes to the borough's agreement with developer Alexius Conroy failed this week, as...

Borough down to 4 percent without power

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NAUGATUCK — Due to low demand, Andrew Avenue Elementary School will no longer function as an overnight shelter, according to Mayor Robert A. Mezzo....

CL&P warns of scams during power outages

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BERLIN — Connecticut Light & Power warned customers to be wary of scams. CL&P warned people to be on their guard for people who...

Tractor trailer flips on Route 63

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NAUGATUCK — A tractor trailer overturned Thursday morning on Route 63. The accident occurred as the driver drove under the Route 8 overpass near Al’s...

February break canceled in Naugatuck

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February break has been canceled in Naugatuck, according to Assistant Superintendent Brigitte Crispino. The break, from Feb. 22 to Feb. 24 was canceled after...

Power outage update

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Connecticut Light and Power is pushing towards a deadline of power Sunday night as many area residents enter their sixth day without power. Around 430,000...

Hearing tonight on proposed borough Charter changes

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NAUGATUCK – The Board of Mayor and Burgesses will hold a hearing tonight on proposed changes to the borough Charter. The hearing will begin at...

Andrew Avenue to remain open tonight; City Hill Middle school closing

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NAUGATUCK – Most borough residents had power restored by Wednesday morning, but as of noon, 29 percent remained in the dark, according to Connecticut...

Mezzo addresses business community

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NAUGATUCK — Local business leaders got an update on everything from Renaissance Place to the high school referendum at the Mayoral Luncheon Oct. 27. Mayor...

Borough firefighters stop carbon monoxide leak from generator

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NAUGATUCK – Firefighters dispelled a carbon monoxide leak Monday evening on Birch Lane where a generator was running up against a house. A carbon monoxide...

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