Tag Archives: Naugatuck

Naugatuck seeks special permit for new recycling center

NAUGATUCK — Borough officials have taken a step toward relocating the recycling center, which is part of a larger plan to improve Rubber Avenue. The Zoning Commission last week accepted…

Joint boards adopt $125.1 million borough budget

NAUGATUCK — After months of discussions and workshops, borough officials have approved a $125.1 million budget for the 2019-2020 fiscal year. The Joint Boards of Mayor and Burgesses and Finance…

YMCA to recognize supporters at annual dinner 

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck YMCA will honor a group of individuals and two local organizations for their support of the YMCA at its Annual Dinner in June. The dinner, which…

Naugatuck to destroy school records

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck school officials announced that the special education records of students from the graduating class of 2013 and students who attended Naugatuck public schools but did not graduate…

Naugatuck police seek to identify car burglary suspect

NAUGATUCK — Police are seeking help to identify a suspect in a car burglary. The burglary occurred on April 9, police said. The door lock on the driver’s side door…

Thief steals car from Naugatuck gas station 

NAUGATUCK — A thief made off with a 2015 black Audi A5 in broad daylight Tuesday while the victim filled the car up with gas at the Cumberland Farms on…

Towns to observe Memorial Day

Beacon Falls, Naugatuck and Prospect will commemorate Memorial Day with parades, flyovers and moments of remembrance. Naugatuck’s annual Memorial Day parade steps off, rain or shine, Monday at 9:15 a.m….

Donations sought for ‘summertime fun’

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Public Schools family liaisons are collecting new or gently-used “summertime fun” items for children through June 10. The liaisons are seeking donations of various items, including…

DOT driver charged in connection with accident

NAUGATUCK— A driver with the state Department of Transportation was on multiple drugs when he crashed the tractor-trailer he was driving on Route 8 southbound at about 11:40 a.m. on…

Students turn lobbyists

HARTFORD — A group of six City Hill Middle School seventh grade students visited the Capitol May 15 to discuss their concerns about the effects consuming energy drinks have on…