Category Archives: News

Commission turns to public for opinion

NAUGATUCK — After months of researching and debating potential changes to the Town Charter, the Charter Revision Commission approved a preliminary list of revisions to present to the public. A…

Signatures verified, borough budget heading to referendum

NAUGATUCK — The borough budget will be heading to referendum next month. A group of Naugatuck taxpayers committed to keeping the budget low submitted a petition to the borough clerk…

Surrounded by family and friends, Prospect Mayor Bob Chatfield, right, announced that he will seek an 18th term as mayor Tuesday night.
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Chatfield seeks 18th term

PROSPECT — Zachary Latozas was the first to endorse Mayor Robert Chatfield’s bid for an 18th term in office. The 2-year-old grandson of Prospect’s long-time Mayor clapped his hands and…

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School board approves Maple Hill roof project

NAUGATUCK — Maple Hill School may be getting a new roof. The Board of Education voted June 9 to replace of the current roof, which is 22 years old and…

DEP settles case against Naugatuck developer

NAUGATUCK — The state Department of Environmental Protection has settled a case against a borough developer who consistently failed to repair a dam and drainage system that for decades has…

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Old battery blamed for fire alarm

NAUGATUCK – A fire scare at the Verizon Wireless store on New Haven Road quickly fizzled Monday afternoon. Something in a battery from the old security system left over from…

The Naugatuck Education Foundation board
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Foundation aims to give schools financial boost

With school finances stretched thin, a group of Naugatuck citizens has come together to help make the ends meet. Incorporated in March, the newly-formed Naugatuck Education Foundation (NEF) hopes to…

Elks to observe Flag Day

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck Lodge of Elks 967 will be holding its annual Flag Day observance June 14 at 6:30 p.m. at the Lodge at 758 Rubber Ave. The observance will…

Quilt donation to help make homes for the brave

NAUGATUCK — On Sunday, more than 60 quilts will be donated to Homes for the Brave during the Congregational Church of Naugatuck’s 10:15 a.m. service Homes for the Brave is…

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Full-day K debate continues in Region 16

BEACON FALLS — As the Region 16 school board reviewed the draft educational specifications for a new elementary school, switching to full-day kindergarten once again dominated the discussion. The Board…