Obituary: Anna Hanggi

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DERBY — Anna Hanggi, 93, of Derby, beloved wife of the late Joseph Hanggi, died peacefully on April 6, 2016 at the Glendale Health...

Zoners OK permit to convert home to office space  

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NAUGATUCK — The Zoning Commission June 17 approved a special permit application to convert a multi-family home on Hillside Avenue into office space. Eighteen Hillside,...

Library to feature artwork

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PROSPECT — The Prospect Library will present the artwork of Alfred E. Sagendorf during June. Sagendorf, a lifelong resident of Naugatuck, is a graduate...

Police charge borough man with sexual assault

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NAUGATUCK — Police charged a 33-year-old Naugatuck man Wednesday with sexually assaulting a child under 6 years old. Police arrested Travis Tilley, of 883 Rubber...

Historical society hosting Savor CT

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NAUGATUCK — Savor CT 2013, a Connecticut-only tasting and presentation at the Naugatuck Historical Society Museum, will be held on Saturday from 7 to...

Obituary: Antonio V. Nunes

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NAUGATUCK — Antonio V. Nunes, 88, the husband of Balbina (Fernandes) Nunes, died peacefully on Monday, May 22, 2017 at his home surrounded by...

Breaking good

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Martial artists break boards for children’s hospital NAUGATUCK — The USA Martial Arts studio in Naugatuck held a break-a-thon on Saturday to benefit St....

Police announce DUI checkpoint

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NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck police will conduct a DUI checkpoint Friday night into Saturday on the Salem Bridge between South Main Street and Cherry Street. The...

Officials want equipment to host more festivals

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NAUGATUCK — The success of Mayor Pete’s Downtown Festival has shown officials one thing: residents want more festivals. “We’ve been inundated with people who are...

Smith eyes return to first selectman’s office

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BEACON FALLS — Six years have passed since Gerard Smith last sat in the first selectman’s seat. Smith has thrown his hat back in...

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