Borough celebrates cultural heritage

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NAUGATUCK – The aroma of fresh empanadas, tandoori chicken, and apple pie lured visitors into the high school cafeteria the evening of March 24. The...

Four charged in child porn investigation

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Two Prospect men and two Naugatuck men have been charged with possessing child pornography in separate investigations that began with information developed by Naugatuck...

A Naugatuck landmark is leveled; Peter Paul factory is now just rubble

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NAUGATUCK — The abandoned Peter Paul factory, a community landmark that was once an integral part of borough life, is gone.   A foundation and piles...

Work on Naugatuck bridge gets under way

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NAUGATUCK - The setting of structural steel for the bridge carrying Route 63 over Metro-North Railroad tracks and the Naugatuck River began this week...

Support for Malloy’s budget sparse among local legislators

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NAUGATUCK — Compliments were scarce from area lawmakers for Gov. Dannel Malloy’s proposed budget.   “I don’t believe enough cuts have been made,” state Rep. Rosa...

Naugatuck officials ponder end to CRRA’s contract

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NAUGATUCK — For 20 years, the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority has received and weighed the borough's trash. Now the borough is weighing whether to...

Union voices displeasure with BOE’s hiring practices

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NAUGATUCK — Union members expressed their disappointment with the way the Board of Education has handled recent position openings during last week’s board meeting....

Borough bulk trash service to resume

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The Bulk Trash portion of the Naugatuck Recycling Center will re-open for the season on Thursday, March 31. It will be open every Thursday and...

Court rejects appeal of convicted Naugatuck arsonist

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HARTFORD -- The state Appellate Court has rejected the appeal of a convicted arsonist who burned down an apartment building in Naugatuck in 2006. Ryan...

Census shows local growth, increasing minority populations

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The 2010 U.S. Census confirms what town officials have known for a long time—local towns are welcoming more minorities into their communities than ever...

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