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Missing teen found

Joseph Corkindale, a 14-year-old Naugatuck resident who went missing Sunday night has been found, according to the Naugatuck Police Department. He is in good health and is has been reunited…

New math teacher to be hired

High School Principal Fran Serratore garnered approval from the board to hire a new math teacher mid-way through the year. Students struggling with math need the new teacher to help…

Pilot program to integrate Apple technology in the classroom

The Board of Education approved a pilot program to integrate 25 Apple iPod Touches and 25 iPads into the educational toolbox for students struggling with English and special education students….

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Board of Ed may get say on controversial Maple Hill facility

NAUGATUCK — The Board of Education may have some power to prevent a wireless data transmission facility approved by the Board of Mayor and Burgesses from installation atop Maple Hill…

Grant sought for Parcel C parking

NAUGATUCK — The borough will apply for a state grant to begin planning for a parking facility on Parcel C at Renaissance Place. The Board of Mayor and Burgesses voted…

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Christmas spirit keeps Santa’s Village open

NAUGATUCK — Kim Eyre carefully places a grapefruit-sized gum drop into a Candy Land scene while a one-foot tall Santa Claus waves an electric candle. Santa will once again entertain…

Greyhound lost and found

The greyhound statue stolen from Naugatuck High School has been found, according to Principal Fran Serratore. The statue, which was noticed missing Monday morning, was found behind the dumpster near…

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Zoning to review wind regulation proposal

[portfolio_slideshow thumbs=true] PROSPECT – Homeowner Thomas Satkunas submitted a preliminary proposal for zoning changes that would regulate and control wind generating facilities Wednesday night at the Planning and Zoning Commission…

Bond package vote soon

The Board of Selectmen will vote to pass a resolution to send a bond package totaling about $6.5 million to the Board of Finance on Dec. 13. The package would…

Region 16 launches new reading program

BEACON FALLS — Region 16 has kicked off its newest reading program, “One Region, One Book.” The program was brainstormed over the summer and earlier this fall by Woodland Regional…