Solutions sought for Cherry Street flooding

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NAUGATUCK — The borough could buy and tear down six homes along Cherry Street to fix faulty drain pipes that run under the foundations...

Stakes high in Woodland’s CAPT testing

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BEACON FALLS — Standardized test-taking season is approaching for students across the state, and this year the pressure is on for students at Woodland...

School closing among cost-savings options

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NAUGATUCK — Prospect Street Elementary School could be shut down under a new school reconfiguration plan being considered by the Board of Education. The board's...

Rossi announces bid for State Senate

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NAUGATUCK — For the second straight election cycle, Deputy Mayor Tamath K. Rossi will seek the 17th District Senate seat, and this time she...

Local bakery helps Troop 102 raise funds

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NAUGATUCK — The Boy Scouts of America will celebrate its 100-year anniversary this summer. Troop 102 of Naugatuck is only a little bit younger...

Borough not stimulated by federal dollars

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NAUGATUCK — “Stimulus” is a word we see thrown about quite often these days. We hear about stimulus packages, stimulus spending, and stimulus bills...

Naugatuck receives HEARTSafe award

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NAUGATUCK — The borough received a commendation Tuesday evening from the Connecticut Department of Public Health for its efforts to achieve HEARTSafe designation. Gary St....

Borough approves bid for automated trucks

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NAUGATUCK — The Board of Mayor and Burgesses voted, 8-2, Tuesday evening to approve a $496,209 bid for two automatic refuse and recycling trucks. The...

Columbo Ladies Auxiliary bids farewell

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NAUGATUCK — The Cristoforo Columbo Ladies Auxiliary has dissolved after 45 years of helping local Italian-Americans and preserving their native culture—but it did go...

Turf fundraising ready to begin

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NAUGATUCK — The borough’s campaign to raise some $500,000 in private monies to offset the cost of installing synthetic turn at the high school’s...

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