Naugatuck Savings Bank appoints Rotatori CFO

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NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck Savings Bank has named David Rotatori chief financial officer. “We are fortunate to have David in this role,” said Naugatuck Savings Bank...

NHS Class of ’62 planning reunion

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The Naugatuck High School Class of 1962 is holding its 50th reunion on Sept. 8 at The Hills Restaurant , 660 Park Road, Waterbury...

Local students honored during College Academic Day

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HARTFORD — Three local students were among 40 college students honored at the 2012 College Academic Day ceremonies at the state Capitol this week. Naugatuck...

Restoration of WWI monument back on track

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NAUGATUCK — After a hiatus of several months, the restoration of the World War I monument downtown is scheduled to begin again within weeks. “It...

Senators talk education reform with Malloy

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HARTFORD — State senators Joan Hartley (D-15) and Joseph Crisco, Jr. (D-17) met with Gov. Dannel Malloy this week to discuss education reform. During his...

Boughton endorses Winsley

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NAUGATUCK — Republican U.S. House candidate Wayne Winsley of Naugatuck recently received an endorsement from Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton. "I've known Wayne for over ten...

Prospect budget passes by 22 votes

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PROSPECT — Prospect’s 2012-13 budget passed by 22 votes following a heated discussion. The $6.98 million municipal budget was approved by a vote of 143...

Former officers file grievance over pension calculation

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NAUGATUCK — The Police Commission will consider a grievance next month filed on behalf of two recently retired police officers who claim their pensions...

Barcomb completes basic training

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Marine Corps Pvt. Eric J. Barcomb of Naugatuck recently completed 12 weeks of basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. Barcomb and...

Crisco completes ‘Fire Ops 101’

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HARTFORD — State Sen. Joseph Crisco Jr. (D-17) recently experienced first hand the life of a firefighter. Crisco, along with other guests, took part in...

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