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Towns plow through snow budgets

Naugatuck, Prospect, and Beacon Falls have all blown through most of their snow budgets with the 50 inches of snow that slammed the region in January. “We were very low…

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Wal-Mart gains approval to make store super

NAUGATUCK – The Zoning Commission voted Monday to approve a 23,000-square-foot commercial addition to Wal-Mart’s New Haven Road store, which would turn the store into a Super Wal-Mart. The expansion…

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Police charge two teenagers with stealing car

A joyride in a stolen car quickly came to end for two area teenagers. According to police records, two teenagers, a 16-year-old from Waterbury, and a 13-year-old from Naugatuck, are…

Naugatuck Historical Society presents ‘Meet Lincoln’

Starting Thursday, Feb. 3 the Naugatuck Historical Society Museum will be open evening hours. The first Thursday of every month the museum will be open from 6 p.m. to 8…

‘If Walls Could Talk’: miniature mansion unveiled

Step back into time and see the wonders of one of Naugatuck’s historical mansions in miniature. Come and view the unveiling of the Dibble Mansion Dollhouse, a handmade replica of…

St. Michael Church’s annual ‘Pot O’ Gold’ cash raffle

BEACON FALLS-St. Michael Church in Beacon Falls is currently conducting its annual cash raffle. First prize is $10,000 with 11 other cash prizes to be awarded. Tickets are $25, and…

Naugatuck PD holding Citizens Police Academy

NAUGATUCK-Ever wonder what it’s like to be a police officer? The Naugatuck Police Department can help. The department is now accepting applications for the 2011 Citizens Police Academy. The academy…

David Whisman, field buyer with the Ohio Valley Rifinery, shifts through some coins and jewlery brought in by Goshen resident Martha Tillmann Jan. 27 at the American Legion Post 17.

Snow slows Road Show traffic, but the selling’s still good

NAUGATUCK – On it’s third show in the area, the Ohio Valley Refinery & Road Show entertained a steady flow of traffic, but didn’t receive as many antiques and collectibles…

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Naugatuck police officers save life of local man

NAUGATUCK – In the midst of the severe snow storm Jan. 12, two Naugatuck police officers responded to a medical call. Janice McDevitt and her husband Timothy McDevitt were at…

Borough woman cops plea to bank fraud scam charges

A Naugatuck woman pleaded guilty in federal court earlier this month to participating in a bank fraud scheme that cost Webster Bank and Bank of America more than $6 million…