3 arrested after borough police answer bar brawl report

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NAUGATUCK -- A report of an assault Tuesday at Peggy Fenn's bar on Bridge Street led to three people being charged with three different...

Events: Wilby Class of ’61 reunion

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The Wilby High School Class of 1961 will hold its 50th reunion Sept. 17 at Cavallo’s Crestbrook Inn in Watertown. Those who are interested...

Events: NHS Class of ‘69 reunion

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The Naugatuck High School Class of 1969 will hold a class reunion on July 16 at Arrowhead Grove in Bethany. There will be lots of...

Taxpayer group submits petition to force budget vote

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NAUGATUCK — The borough budget could be heading to referendum next month. A group of Naugatuck taxpayers committed to keeping the budget low has...
The borough will not fill the animal control officer position for the 2011-12 fiscal year. The position was left vacant when Kristy Sturges resigned last month following an investigation into the mishandling of an animal abuse case. RA ARCHIVE

Agreement leaves animal control position unfilled

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NAUGATUCK — The animal control officer position left vacant by the recent resignation of Kristy Sturges will not be filled until June 30, 2012. According...

Parks & Rec sponsoring trip to Mets game

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PROSPECT — Prospect Parks and Recreation is running a bus trip to Citi Field to see the New York Mets take on the Philadelphia...

Mayor forms panel to study retirement payouts

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NAUGATUCK — Mayor Robert Mezzo appointed four burgesses Tuesday to a subcommittee to confront the issue of retirement payouts to elected officials, which borough...
Mayor Robert Chatfield speaks during the Town Council meeting Tuesday night.

Prospect lowers mill rate

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PROSPECT — The Town Council set the mill rate for next year at 25.2, a 0.06 mill decrease from this year’s rate of 25.26. The...
Save Prospect President Tim Reilly asks the Prospect Town Council to help pay his group's legal bills.

Town debates merit of Save Prospect’s request for reimbursement

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PROSPECT — Paying part of the legal fees for Save Prospect Corp. would be a bad precedent for the town, according to Mayor Bob...

Chamber announces duck race winners

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Thousands of people turned out for the 6th annual Duck Day & Race Sunday, June 5. Sponsored by the Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce, the...