Borough on board for new waste authority

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NAUGATUCK — The borough has joined preliminary efforts by the Capitol Region Council of Governments (CRCOG) to form a new solid waste authority per...

New Superintendant of Streets hired

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NAUGATUCK — The Board of Mayor and Burgesses voted Tuesday to hire Robert Roland, a Naugatuck resident and Waterbury Supervisor of Streets, in the...

Renaissance Place: 2010 may bring progress

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NAUGATUCK — Contrary to popular opinion, General DataComm’s apparent unwillingness to sell its property at 6 Rubber Avenue will not be the biggest impediment...

Webber reaches milestone in NHS loss

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WATERBURY -- Greyhounds senior captain Jessica Webber became the ninth player in Naugatuck girls' basketball history to reach the coveted mark of 1,000 career points Tuesday night at Holy Cross. The slashing point guard would have been happy to give up a few of those points in exchange for a victory, but the Greyhounds defense accomplished what it set out to do in spite of the 56-35 loss to Holy Cross.

Volunteers needed for holiday dinner

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NAUGATUCK — Members of the Ecumenical Conference of Churches of Naugatuck and Beacon Falls will spread the cheer Christmas day by providing a free...

Support staff union: ‘We’ve done our part’

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NAUGATUCK — A union representing non-certified school staff says it is has done its part to help the school system make up a projected...

Social services agency asks borough for help

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NAUGATUCK — The Human Resource Development Agency (HRD), a private, non-profit social services organization, has assisted borough residents for years at “no administrative charge...

Citizens to audit Board of Ed. budget

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NAUGATUCK— Concerned borough taxpayers will soon have a new forum for monitoring the embattled Board of Education’s administrative practices. Anne Ciacciarella, founder of the 1,300-member...

After years of helping, HRD needs a hand

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NAUGATUCK — The Human Resource Development Agency (HRD), a private, non-profit social services organization, has assisted borough residents for years at “no administrative charge...

One dead in Prospect structure fire

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PROSPECT — State police and the Prospect Volunteer Fire Department reported one death in a Wednesday-morning structure fire at a 62 Summit Road home. The victim’s identity has not yet been released, and the cause of the blaze is still pending investigation from the Connecticut State Police and Fire Marshal. Prospect Mayor and Assistant Fire Chief Bob Chatfield said the call came in at 7:11, and firefighters were on the scene at 7:12. When they arrived, he said, smoke was seeping from windows, doors, and through shingles on the roof; it wasn’t until a window gave and the flame was thus oxygenated that it really erupted. About fifty Prospect firefighters battled the inferno, many of them new members for whom this was their first major call. All told, Fire Chief Marty Lautenschlager said, it took them about 45 minutes to extinguish the fire, and no one was injured.

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