Marcus Stallworth, a licensed social worker in the foster and adoptive unit, talks about the need for more foster homes in Naugatuck during a a meeting with the Naugatuck Social Service Network May 19.

Looking for a few good foster homes

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NAUGATUCK — Wanted: caring families to provide a safe, supportive environment to children who cannot live with their own families. The Department of Children and...

Beer fest pours draft for charity

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Craft beer fans gathered at Jesse Camille's Restaurant on May 21 to take part in the 17th Craft Brewer’s Beer Festival. The charity event...

Police on the hunt for ATM thieves

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NAUGATUCK—Borough police are searching for suspects who stole on ATM from a gas station after driving a car through the front of the store....
About 40 people gathered to hear a presentation about new paving equipment that could save Beacon Falls over $2 million.

Residents raise concerns over paving equipment

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BEACON FALLS — Representatives from Angelo Benedetti, Inc. met with town residents Tuesday to explain the benefits of their asphalt recycling system.   The Joint Boards...

Residents criticize borough spending

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NAUGATUCK — A small but vocal crowd packed the Naugatuck High School auditorium Monday night to voice their opinions on the proposed borough...

Commission considers four-year mayoral term

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NAUGATUCK— Doubling the length of the mayor’s term can now be added to the growing list of potential changes to the Town Charter...
At left, Austin Scatena, 16, of Naugatuck looks over historical documents with classmates at Naugatuck High School in Naugatuck Wednesday. A group of about 20 high school students are producing an online museum for the Naugatuck Historical Society. They are photo-documenting and archiving documents from the society's Civil War collection including letters, artifacts, and entries from the Grand Army of the Republic memory book that documented veterans living in Naugatuck in the 1890s. - Steven Valenti Special to the Citizen's News

Bringing Civil War vet into the computer age

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NAUGATUCK — Austin Scatena, a tenth-grader at Naugatuck High School, will have spent 40 hours transcribing the journals of a borough Civil...

Region 16 survey discovers teens want to be heard

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BEACON FALLS — Building self-esteem. Encouraging parents to talk to their children. Improving student relationships with the community. These key steps and more...

Jesse Camille’s hosting beer fest

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NAUGATUCK — The 17th annual CT Craft Brewers’ Beer Festival will be held May 21 at Jesse Camille’s Restaurant. The festival will feature about 60...

Beacon Falls moving forward with streetscape plan

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BEACON FALLS — A streetscape project nine years in the making may finally be coming to fruition. The Joint Board of Finance and Selectmen...