Some support tax hike to fund education

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NAUGATUCK — “More taxes, please.” That was the plea of several borough residents who spoke at the Board of Education’s 2010-11 budget hearing last Thursday;...

Lieberman backs Renaissance Place

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NAUGATUCK — Those who envision a day when the now-dreary downtown business district is booming again received a major boost from a high-ranking government...

School chief will retire in 2012

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NAUGATUCK — Superintendent of Schools Dr. John Tindall-Gibson, who has long been blamed, at least partially, by the public, borough officials and even subordinate...

Board to consider shortening school year

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NAUGATUCK — The school board will consider increasing student activity fees by 50 percent and lopping two days off the school year—cutting its length...

Taxpayers, students decry school closure

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http://www.flickr.com/apps/slideshow/show.swf?v=71649 NAUGATUCK — Borough taxpayers and their children turned out in force at the Board of Education’s regular meeting last Thursday to voice their objections...

Save Salem School petition circulating

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NAUGATUCK — The first organized effort to save the historic Salem Elementary School is under way. The two top members of the school's Parent School...

Parks Department’s Gunntown plan approved

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NAUGATUCK — Back in September, Parks and Recreation Department head Pat Wagner and environmental activist Len Yannielli struck a historic compromise on the long-controversial...

Local officials advocate census participation

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Two days after census forms were due, many local residents still had not returned them, though response rates in all three towns met or...

BOE votes to switch benefits manager

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NAUGATUCK — A month ago, the Board of Education was $7 million away from reconciling what will likely be a zero-percent budget increase for...

Historic school will close its doors

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NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education voted, 5-3, Tuesday night to take Salem Elementary School offline and turn the building over to the borough,...

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