Category Archives: News

Parcel C cleanup set to begin

NAUGATUCK — The borough will start cleaning a contaminated former industrial parcel downtown next month. The state Department of Environmental Protection has approved the borough’s cleanup plan for a 2.2-acre…

Three candidates, two seats in Beacon Falls

BEACON FALLS — Only one contender in the upcoming Region 16 Board of Education election, in which two Beacon Falls seats are open, attended a candidates forum organized by the…

Conroy, NEDC solicit opinions of Parcel C

NAUGATUCK— The Naugatuck Economic Development Corporation and Conroy Development officials didn’t quite get what they were looking for Monday night when they held a public forum with St. Mary’s Health…

Still no arrest in bakery blazes

BEACON FALLS — An early, Friday-morning fire at a local bakery is under investigation, after another bakery in Monroe owned by the same person also caught fire about 20 minutes…

Murder suspect arrested

NAUGATUCK — Police have arrested the only suspect in the Oct. 1 killing of Italia Liguori at 88-5 Lantern Park Drive. Seventeen-year-old Angelina Jamele was charged today with the murder…

Mezzo addresses business owners at luncheon

NAUGATUCK — Mayor Bob Mezzo assured the Chamber of Commerce and business owners Tuesday that the Renaissance Place development project is “alive and well,” quipping that the project has been…

DeLauro, seniors talk social security

NAUGATUCK — When Kathryn Green started collecting signatures on a “Hands Off Our Social Security” petition, she hoped to publicize the concerns she held, along with so many others, about…

Union City cleanup day a success

NAUGATUCK — Scores of volunteers armed with trash bags, flowers, shovels, rakes, and other tools flooded North Main Street and the surrounding Union City community Saturday as they set about…

CN Headlines 10-9-09

[wpaudio url=”http://www.mycitizensnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/podcast10091.mp3″ text=”CN Headlines 10-9-09″] The Naugatuck Board of Education tries to close a more-than-$1 million budget gap without laying off teachers, and borough residents react to a homicide in…

Board of Mayor and Burgesses report

NAUGATUCK — Though the Board of Mayor and Burgesses spent a good deal of time Tuesday night commenting on the Board of Education’s financial problems, they did approve new appointments,…