Borough celebrates cultural heritage

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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