Tag Archives: Naugatuck

Borough announces leaf collection schedule  

NAUGATUCK — Leaves will be collected over three separate upcoming weeks in Naugatuck. Leaves will be collected Oct 23 through Oct. 27, Nov. 13 through Nov. 17 and Nov. 27…

Developers hope to break ground before winter

NAUGATUCK — A large sign on the corner of the vacant Parcel C in downtown shows a drawing of the proposed building and announces, in all capital letters, that it…

Titanium Day to raise domestic violence awareness 

NAUGATUCK — Titanium Day, an event to raise awareness about domestic violence, is set for Saturday in Naugatuck. Titanium Day was inspired by Naugatuck resident Becky Rutrough, who is a…

DeBisschop named second assistant chief

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Fire Department has filled one of its top spots. John DeBisschop was promoted from captain to second assistant fire chief earlier this month. He replaced Paul…

Officer suspended for ‘unbecoming’ conduct

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Police Department suspended an officer for 10 days without pay after he called a woman a racial slur on Facebook while off-duty, according to Chief Christopher…

DEEP determines sewage spill killed fish

NAUGATUCK — An electrical problem at Waterbury’s sewage treatment plant spelled problems for fish downstream. Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection spokesman Dennis Schain said the treatment plant experienced…

Borough school chief gets good grade

NAUGATUCK — Superintendent of Schools Sharon Locke earned high marks on her evaluation for the 2016-17 school year. The Board of Education gave Locke an overall score of 4.14 out…

Naugatuck police blotter

The Naugatuck Police Department reported the following arrests: Superior court dispositions are available online. Ruth Pinto, 38, of 163 High Ridge Road, Naugatuck, was charged Oct. 9 with driving under…

Borough holding hearing on ‘granny pods’

NAUGATUCK — The Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday a new state law that allows for so-called “granny pods.” A new state law allows temporary, accessory structures…

Proposal would put ads on tax bills

NAUGATUCK — The borough is considering selling advertising space on tax bills. Controller Allison Bruce presented the idea to the Board of Mayor and Burgesses on Oct. 3. She said…