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A "Walnut Beach Walking Tour" will be sponsored by the Milford Historical Society on Saturday, July 26, at 10 a.m. starting at the Walnut Beach Arch, near the corner of Naugatuck Avenue and Broadway.
It's Superhero Week at the Whittemore Library again! That time of the summer where we celebrate our love of Superpowered hero's and the comics they live in.
Waterbury Republican-American reporter Paul Singley does his best to breakdown the complicated upcoming budget referendum that will take place in the borough on July 29. In Singley's article, he notes numerous signs have popped up around the borough urging residents to vote no on the proposed $115 million spending plan.
The approvals are in, the money is allocated, now it's just a matter of waiting for the oft-slow process of state government to run its course.
Social media can be a fun way to keep tabs of what is going on in your family and friends lives, but it can also be criminally used against you.
Wayne Zabilski, 35, of High Street is accused of violating a protective order, smashing a fish tank, and running into the woods where he was apprehended by police early Saturday, Naugatuck police said in a release.
During deliberations for the 2014-15 budget , the Joints Boards of Finance and Mayor and Burgesses cut a $7,000 request from the Greater Waterbury Transit District to offset the cost of providing transportation service for the elderly and disabled.
Dylan Carlson, 18, of Naugatuck sings 'Face Down' by The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus during The Sounds of Summer open mic program hosted by the Naugatuck YMCA July 10 on the Town Green.
When a police officer requests you stop as part of a motor vehicle stop you shouldn't do what David Brouillard, 32, of Parkman Place is alleged to have done.
Lock up! That's the warning from Naugatuck police after nearly two dozen cars were broken into over the last few days.
Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Environmental Conservation Police charged a 39-year-old Oxford man with driving under the influence Wednesday evening after he had driven into Naugatuck State Forest to pick up his son and his friends, who were being detained for illegally riding gas powered scooters there, the DEEP said ... (more)
Workers performing abrasive blasting during the renovation of an Easthampton mill were overexposed to lead and silica and faced other health hazards due to their Naugatuck employer's failure to supply basic, legally required safeguards, according to a press release from the United States Department of Labor.
State Senator Joseph J. Crisco, Jr. today welcomed $3.2 million in state bonding to repair the historic, 102-year-old Whittemore Bridge on Maple Street over the Naugatuck River, according to a press release from his office.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 02:27 am
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