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Greenway routing study unveiled

BEACON FALLS — Imagine hopping on a bicycle in Torrington and riding it south along the Naugatuck River all the way to Derby, cutting through Naugatuck and Beacon Falls along…

Grant will fund GDC contamination study

NAUGATUCK — The borough will use grant money to search for underground contaminants on one of the sites pegged for development in the planned downtown revitalization project, Renaissance Place. The…

Borough BOE considering insurance switch

NAUGATUCK — Faculty and staff employed by the Board of Education may see their health insurance policy manager change from Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield to Cigna this year,…

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Rebimbas, Labriola oppose sick leave bill

NAUGATUCK — State Reps. Rosa Rebimbas and David Labriola—both borough natives and Republicans—have firmly expressed their opposition to a bill that would mandate the provision of paid sick leave in…

Borough PD recieves top state accreditation

NAUGATUCK — A state agency that assesses police departments has given the borough’s police department a top ranking. The Connecticut Police Officer Standards Training Council, or POST, awarded Tier III…

Parents speak out at BOE forum

NAUGATUCK — The school board believes it can save between $1.2 million and $1.6 million through a reconfiguration plan that would close one school building. But parents who flocked to…

Blight council nears new ordinance

NAUGATUCK — The Blight and Beautification Council, which was formed in early August to help clean up the borough and increase its aesthetic appeal, is nearing completion of a new…

Week of March 7 named Girl Scout Week

NAUGATUCK — The Boy Scouts of America may have just celebrated their 100th anniversary, but the Girl Scouts of the USA aren’t going to miss their day in the sun….

Florida bus rollover kills borough man

LAKE PLACID, Fla. — A former Naugatuck couple was injured—the husband fatally—when a tour bus rolled over in central Florida last Monday. Charles and Edith Sherman, longtime borough residents, were…