Category Archives: News

Church seeking donations for fair

NAUGATUCK — St. Michael Church is seeking donations for its annual Village Green Fair. Donations of cleaned children’s clothing and toys, books, accessories, China, crystal, small antiques, collectibles, housewares and…

‘Kick Plastic’ event planned in borough

NAUGATUCK — A nonprofit organization is looking for some volunteers to help “Kick Plastic” from the Naugatuck River. Naugatuck Pomperaug Chapter of Trout Unlimited, Connecticut Council of Trout Unlimited and…

State conveys land to borough

Parcels eyed for downtown development NAUGATUCK — The state has agreed to convey two parcels of land to the borough that Mayor N. Warren “Pete” Hess views as strategic properties…

Police seek to ID suspects that fled traffic stop in stolen car  

NAUGATUCK — Police are seeking help to identify three suspects believed to have been in a stolen car that fled from a traffic stop in July. Police said a stolen…

YMCA re-opening site for child care program

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck YMCA is re-opening a site for its before and after-school child care program for the coming school year. Naugatuck YMCA Director of Operations Sherri Beck said…

Three BOE seats, not two, up for election in Beacon Falls

BEACON FALLS — Turns out that three of town’s four seats on the Region 16 Board of Education will be up for election in November. The Region 16 Board of…

Borough awards bid to remove solar panels

NAUGATUCK — Borough officials have hired a New Haven-based company to remove solar panels built into the roof of Naugatuck High School, with the hope and expectation that doing so…

River access point remains closed

NAUGATUCK — Mayor N. Warren “Pete” Hess said Friday he expects the Platt Mills Naugatuck River access point to remain closed for another two weeks. The roadway shoulder listed at…

Honor roll: Naugatuck High School

The following students were named to the honor roll at Naugatuck High School for the fourth quarter of the 2018-19 school year. High honor Grade 12 Genisus Lynn Acosta Brian…

State commits funds for Prospect sidewalk project

PROSPECT — With a promise of state funds in hand, local officials are proposing to build a sidewalk along a stretch of Route 69. The town received word in a…