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Naugatuck news

Two men charged after leading police on car chase

NAUGATUCK – Two Waterbury residents were arrested after authorities said they led state and local police on a chase from Middlebury to Naugatuck early Friday. The driver, Jose Marty, 24,…

Fire forces Naugatuck family from home

NAUGATUCK — A fire broke out on the porch of a vacant multifamily home Friday evening, spreading to a neighboring home and forcing the evacuation of the family of five…

DeLauro visits recovering borough company

Congresswoman Rosa L. DeLauro (D-Conn.) visited the General DataComm, Inc. in Naugatuck recently to tour the facility, meet with employees, and learn how the company has survived the recent economic…

Rosenberg is all about algae

Chase Collegiate Class of 2004 alumnus Julian Rosenberg, son of Drs. Mark S. Rosenberg and Andrea Needleman of Naugatuck, is focused on one thing these days—algae. Rosenburg is now pursuing…

Important

Borough commission loosens liquor laws

NAUGATUCK – Blue laws that have governed where liquor can be sold in Naugatuck for the past 54 years will finally get an update. The Zoning Commission voted March 16…

Naugatuck Valley Savings and Loan offering scholarships

Naugatuck Valley Savings and Loan will award two $1,000 scholarships. The Donald G. Brubaker Memorial Scholarship is available for seniors, who plan to continue their education, from Naugatuck High School,…

Important

Statewide library program on chopping block

A small line in Governor Dannel’s Malloy’s state budget could mean big problems for Connecticut’s interlibrary loan program. Malloy plans to eliminate funding for the Connecticar service and slash Connecticard…

Volunteer coaches needed for Pop Warner

Naugatuck Pop Warner Football and Cheer is looking for volunteer coaches for the 2011 season. NPW is accepting applications for head coaches for six levels of play including flag, mitey…

Frank “Spec” Shea Memorial Scholarship available

Applications for the Frank “Spec” Shea Memorial Scholarship are available at the Naugatuck High School counseling office. Naugatuck High School seniors who played sports in high school and are continuing…

Area towns in line for federal aid for storm clean up

Federal aid is available to reimburse towns for money spent cleaning up the mess left by Winter Storm Benedict. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced last week that federal…