Landscaper hospitalized for burns

NAUGATUCK — A landscaper is in the hospital after an accident Monday afternoon at the site of the former Peter Paul plant. Fire personnel said...

VFTM: Power savings would be negligible

View From the Middle will be a semi-regular news column written by Brendan Cox, Citizen's News staff writer. Brendan can be reached at When...

Tone at budget hearing relatively subdued

NAUGATUCK — Borough officials scheduled their public budget hearing to be held in the Davis Auditorium at the high school, probably expecting a large...

Borough banking on future growth

NAUGATUCK — Officials are restructuring the borough’s outstanding bond debt, which will trim the budget by about $1 million in each of the next...

Borough observes National Day of Prayer

NAUGATUCK — Every morning, as routinely as he brushes his teeth and combs his hair, Frankie Rivera prays. “God, thank you for your creation,” he...

Local non-profit a Guardian of those in need

NAUGATUCK — A local non-profit agency is expanding its services and, thanks to a recent $1,300 grant from the Naugatuck Savings Bank, has taken...

Borough to scale back school board’s request

NAUGATUCK — The joint boards of mayor and burgesses and finance are poised to award the school board a $300,000, or .5 percent, increase...

HomeFront event benefits borough woman

NAUGATUCK — About 30 volunteers from Saint Michael Roman Catholic Church in Beacon Falls helped a borough woman improve her home Saturday. The workers were...

Borough side faces its own budget problems

NAUGATUCK — While most public attention has been focused on the troubled school budget, new problems are emerging on the municipal side of local...

Board of Ed. presents budget

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education last Thursday presented its 2010-11 budget request—which represents an $899,000, or 1.6 percent, increase over the current year’s...

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