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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 before. Naugatuck, Prospect, and Beacon Falls…

Anomatic expands facility in Naugatuck

Newark, Ohio-based Anomatic Corp. said recently it is close to completing a $1.2 million expansion of its production facility in the Naugatuck Industrial Park that will add up to 17…

Borough force’s 1st woman killed 20 years ago

NAUGATUCK — Detective Ronald Blanchard has no problem remembering March 17, 1991, the day a passing driver hit and killed fellow borough police officer Nancy Ellen Nichols while she was…

Naugatuck police searching for stabbing suspect

A 45-year-old Naugatuck man was the victim of an assault outside of Rubber Avenue bar over the weekend. At about 12:20 a.m. on March 20, police received a call that…

Rifle range fails to get zone OK

NAUGATUCK — The plan to build an indoor rifle range on Webb Road has been shot down. The Zoning Commission voted Wednesday to deny Shelton resident Roger Spinelli’s application for…

Two men charged after leading police on car chase

NAUGATUCK – Two Waterbury residents were arrested after authorities said they led state and local police on a chase from Middlebury to Naugatuck early Friday. The driver, Jose Marty, 24,…

Fire forces Naugatuck family from home

NAUGATUCK — A fire broke out on the porch of a vacant multifamily home Friday evening, spreading to a neighboring home and forcing the evacuation of the family of five…

DeLauro visits recovering borough company

Congresswoman Rosa L. DeLauro (D-Conn.) visited the General DataComm, Inc. in Naugatuck recently to tour the facility, meet with employees, and learn how the company has survived the recent economic…

Rosenberg is all about algae

Chase Collegiate Class of 2004 alumnus Julian Rosenberg, son of Drs. Mark S. Rosenberg and Andrea Needleman of Naugatuck, is focused on one thing these days—algae. Rosenburg is now pursuing…

Rep. Greene on CBIA Day Panel

HARTFORD- During the annual Connecticut Business and Industry (CBIA) Day at the Capitol, state Rep. Len Greene (R-105) took part in a panel discussion called “Energy and the Environment Policy…