Another anthrax scare in borough

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NAUGATUCK — Emergency crews responded to another anthrax scare Wednesday at the police department's 211 Spring St. headquarters. A second-floor tenant of 123 Cherry St....

School bells will soon be ringing

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Summer is drawing to an end and it’s time to start sharpening pencils, complete summer reading assignments, and dig out that old book bag...

Education fair canceled

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NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck public schools’ Education Fair scheduled for Sunday on the Town Green has been canceled due to Hurricane Irene.

Towns bracing for Hurricane Irene

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With Hurricane Irene tearing towards Connecticut, local officials are preparing for potential flooding and power outages brought on by possible winds gusting up to...

Borough looks for better garbage barrel placement

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NAUGATUCK — The borough is asking residents to be more conscientious when it comes to placing their automated garbage and recycling barrels at the...

Hartley, Crisco welcome state grant for renovations at NVCC

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HARTFORD — Naugatuck Valley Community College in Waterbury will receive a financial hand from the state to help with renovations of Founders Hall. The...

Explosion reported in Naugatuck

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NAUGATUCK — A transformer fire in front of 92 Church St. temporarily closed Church Street near Rubber Avenue this morning. The fire department responded to...

Hartley to receive breast cancer awareness award

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HARTFORD — State Sen. Joan Hartley (D-15) will be honored Saturday for her advocacy of breast cancer awareness and mandatory insurance coverage for comprehensive...

Easing of liquor restrictions hasn’t sparked restaurant interest

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NAUGATUCK — The historic post office downtown used to collect letters from all over the borough, but for the past eight years it has...

Police chase ends in crash

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NAUGATUCK — An ordinary traffic stop turned out to not be so routine. An Oakville man was arrested during the late hours this morning...

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