Naugatuck police blotter

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Naugatuck police recently filed the following charges: HELEN SHOBY COLUCCI, 76, 101 5 Ridge Road, Naugatuck, disorderly conduct, third-degree assault, Oct. 24. ERIC CHARLES MENSIK, 49,...

Seeing the words again: Speech specials try to recover for time lost in pandemic

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NAUGATUCK -- Jennifer Harding watches video from two years ago of her son Derek sitting next to her on a couch saying 'Please mom,...

Naugatuck student’s powerful art displayed at Waterbury Hospital

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By Andreas Yilma Citizens News NAUGATUCK -- Naugatuck High School student Tiffany Nguyen, whose class artwork focuses on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on nurses,...

Project on 150-acre site would bring 1,000 jobs to Waterbury

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WATERBURY -- A development proposed for a roughly 150-acre site straddling Waterbury's southern border with Naugatuck would bring more than 1,000 full-time jobs and...

Lamont goes against FDA, calls for all adults to receive booster

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Local doctors said they would prefer to wait for the FDA's decision on administering adult booster vaccinations, despite Gov. Ned Lamont's call for vaccines...

Surge in federal money lets Lamont set aside talk of tolls in state

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HARTFORD -- With billions more in federal funding coming in and rising fuel taxes filling the Special Transportation Fund, Gov. Ned Lamont has for...

Perfect pitch: Naugatuck High School marching band named best in New England

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By Andreas Yilma Citizen's News NAUGATUCK -- They are the champions. The Naugatuck High School marching band recently was named the best marching band in New...

Prospect’s RegalCare back on the auction block

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                    By Andreas Yilma Register Citizen PROSPECT -- A former nursing home will be going up again for a tax auction for the second time in two...

Naugatuck police blotter

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Naugatuck police recently filed the following charges: MICHAEL J. AKERSON, 32, 3124 Broadbridge Ave., Stratford, three counts of protective order violation, three counts of second-degree...

Program pairs students, seniors: Cleanups began with the Elks in Naugatuck

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                    By Andreas Yilma Register Citizen NAUGATUCK -- A program that pairs high school students with seniors and disabled residents who could use a hand cleaning up...

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