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Naugatuck news

Monument committee close to funding goal

NAUGATUCK — A committee devoted to raising money for the restoration of the downtown World War I monument has nearly reached its fundraising goal. The monument committee has raised $35,000,…

Automated trash collection coming soon

NAUGATUCK — The automated arm is on its way. A revision of the Automated Curbside Collection Regulation has been accepted, and the delivery of recycling and refuse carts to borough…

Greenway would pass through brownfields

NAUGATUCK — The recently-unveiled route for the Naugatuck River Greenway, a proposed 22-mile regional trail stretching from Thomaston to Beacon Falls and designed to promote local residents’ enjoyment of the…

Important

It’s ‘common sense’ for GOP candidates

HARTFORD — Local Republicans vying to unseat incumbent Democrats in the 105th Assembly District, which covers Beacon Falls, and the 17th Senate District, which covers part of Naugatuck, have signed…

Park commission adopts stricter policies

NAUGATUCK — Stricter regulations are on the way for all leagues and organizations that utilize borough facilities. The Park and Recreation Commission voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve a new,…

Father rescues 4-year-old son from well

NAUGATUCK — A 4-year-old boy was rescued by his father Monday after he fell about 25 feet into an abandoned water well on Spring Street. The boy was on top…

Mezzo appoints facility planning committee

NAUGATUCK — A long term facility planning committee has been appointed to seek ways to improve the borough’s public school system. Mayor Robert Mezzo obtained the approval from the Board…

Parcel C cleanup budget exceeded

NAUGATUCK — Just weeks after officials assured the project was within its $1.1 million budget, cleanup at Parcel c, the 2.2-acre, borough-owned tract at the corner of Maple and Water…

Five inductees to Naugy HOF announced

On Saturday, Oct. 16, the Naugatuck Hall of Fame will induct five new members at a 6:30 p.m. dinner in the Continental Room, 1006 New Haven Road in Naugatuck. Tickets…

Ex-fire chiefs’s pension worth $70K

NAUGATUCK — Former Fire Chief Charles Doback Jr. will receive an annual pension of $70,700. The Board of Mayor and Burgesses voted 8-0 to accept his proposal at a special…