Author: Luke Marshall

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The desire to fight fires can take people a long way. Recently, it took two Naugatuck Valley firefighters thousands of miles across the country.Naugatuck firefighter... [Read More]
Starting at the turn of the 20th century, the Prospect Grange Hall was the place to be in town.The building, on Center Street facing the... [Read More]
St. Michael Church is hosting its 59th annual Village Green Fair this weekend."Generations of people have gone to that fair. There are adults that took... [Read More]
Although the floors still have to be replaced and there is damage to some of the walls, the ceilings of the historic Tuttle House on... [Read More]
Borough and state officials gathered alongside members of the Naugatuck Portuguese Club at Naugatuck Town Hall Friday morning to honor Maria do Rosario Laferriere as... [Read More]
Officials are hoping to put a little more bite into the litter ordinance.Litter Commission Chairman and Burgess Rocky Vitale said the committee is reviewing the... [Read More]
The borough's two newest principals are ready for the new school year.Naugatuck High School Principal John Harris and Salem Elementary School Principal Tiffany Deitelbaum ha…... [Read More]
Voters will have the final say on whether the town grants tax abatements to two businesses. A town meeting to approve tax incentives for Goldenrod... [Read More]
With the Whittemore Bridge reconstruction project nearly complete, borough officials are contemplating building a monument to honor John Howard Whittemore, the bridge's name…... [Read More]
The borough is planning to reconstruct of section of Rubber Avenue with the help of state funding.Officials want to completely reconstruct Rubber Avenue between Old... [Read More]
The town is hoping business owners are looking for a sign that it is time to grow.As part of the Economic Development Commission's marketing strategy,... [Read More]
Avery Moore should be starting his sophomore year at Naugatuck High School with his two brothers in a couple of weeks. Instead, a daunting fight... [Read More]
The Naugatuck Ancient Order of Hibernians new pub isn't just a place to grab a drink. It is a place to call home.For years, the... [Read More]
Police Chief Christopher Edson is under contract through March 2019, but what happens after that remains to be seen. The borough and Edson have agreed... [Read More]
The number of borough schools enrolled in the federal Community Eligibility Provision program will more than double next school year as the percentage of students... [Read More]
Naugatuck has turned to a private investigations firm as the first step to combat what officials described as an ongoing problem that is costing the... [Read More]
Two businesses are the first to take advantage of the town's new tax incentive ordinance. Officials approved tax abatements for the Goldenrod Corp. at 25... [Read More]
The scoreboard at Naugatuck High School's Veterans Field will be replaced with the help of a local bank. The new scoreboard will cost $22,000, Naugatuck... [Read More]
Residents Monday signed off on spending up to $300,000 from the town's unassigned fund balance to pay for the cleanup from the May 15 tornado,... [Read More]
The town is planning to move forward with cleaning up some debris left over from a tornado in May without federal financial assistance. The Board... [Read More]
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