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Legislators ask Lamont for toll forum in Naugatuck Valley

HARTFORD — Some Republican legislators from the Naugatuck Valley are asking Gov. Ned Lamont to hold an open meeting on highway tolls in the region. Lamont is scheduled to attend…

Naugatuck school board names Montini next superintendent

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education didn’t have to look far to find the next superintendent for Naugatuck Public Schools. The board Thursday unanimously appointed Assistant Superintendent of Schools Christopher…

Dibble Award winner exudes enterprising, community spirit

NAUGATUCK — Marcelo Martins started Luso Cleaning Services with his father, Manuel, when he was 19 years old. Thirty years later, the business is thriving, as is Martins’ community spirit….

Naugatuck student helps shape partnership to reduce hunger

HAMDEN — Quinnipiac University junior Anna Ciacciarella, a Naugatuck resident, worked with the university and a nonprofit organization on a new partnership to help reduce hunger. The university partnered with…

Naugatuck tax preparer pleads guilty to filing false returns

NAUGATUCK — A Naugatuck tax preparer pleaded guilty Tuesday to filing multiple false tax returns, according to federal authorities. Ana Nunez, 48, of Naugatuck, was accused of using her Church…

Public works to collect Christmas trees

NAUGATUCK — The Public Works Department will collect Christmas trees curbside next week. The collection runs from Monday through Friday. Residents must leave their trees along the side of the…

Historical society turns focus to creating museum

NAUGATUCK — After a couple of unexpected setbacks over recent years, the Naugatuck Historical Society is settling in at the Tuttle house and focused on turning its new home into…

Officials eye end of January for launch of regional development agency

WATERBURY — A new regional development agency pairing Waterbury, Naugatuck and potentially other communities will launch around the end of January, according to Waterbury Mayor Neil M. O’Leary. The long-stalled…

Officials to seek developers for land that straddles Naugatuck-Waterbury border

WATERBURY — Sometime within the next two months, the city will officially begin seeking developers for a roughly 160-acre parcel straddling its border with Naugatuck. Mackenzie Demac, chief of staff…

Borough schools serving more meals

All students can get free breakfast, lunch for first time NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck schools have served considerably more meals so far this school year, which happens to be the first…