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Naugatuck is a consolidated borough and town located in western Connecticut. Just south of the town of Waterbury, Naugatuck straddles the Naugatuck River, which it was named for. The area was settled in 1701 and quickly grew into a farming community. During the Industrial Revolution the town transformed into a "mill town," much like many other towns found in the Naugatuck Valley. The town mostly manufactured rubber and in 1892 nine rubber manufacturing companies combined to become the United States Rubber Company. The company was headquartered in Naugatuck until the 1980s.

Population: 30989
Local Newspapers: Waterbury-Republican-American
Local Sports Teams: Bridgeport Bluefish Connecticut Wolves Hartford Wolf Pack New Britain Rock Cats New Haven Ravens Norwich Navigators
Local Colleges: Naugatuck Valley Community College

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Towns/Cities near naugatuck, connecticut : Union City Beacon Falls Waterbury

Naugatuck News
High winds cause power outages

In Naugatuck, trees lay on wires at Salem Road near the intersection of Millville Avenue and took down a primary power line around 409 Cherry St., according to Deputy Fire Chief Paul Russell. Salem Road has been cleared, but Cherry Street was closed as of 4 p.m. Two more trees fell across roads, on Webb Road near the intersection of Westover and where Westover comes out on Krodel Road, Russell said.

Irish 'mayors' get their day

Naugatuck co-Irish Mayors for the Day Joyce Luzio, left, and her mother, Doris Ardry, listen during a ceremony hosted by the Naugatuck Ancient Order of Hibernians honoring them on March 17 at St. Francis Church hall in Naugatuck. -LUKE MARSHALL On a day when everybody is Irish, it's only fitting that the "mayors" in Naugatuck and Prospect would be as well.

Chamber seeks organizations to sell duck race tickets

The Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce is seeking local nonprofit organizations to sell tickets for the 12th annual Duck Day and Race scheduled for June 4. Non-profits can sell raffle tickets for the rubber duck race to raise money for their individual organizations. The tickets are $5 each and the non-profits keep 50 percent of the profits.

Naugatuck police blotter

Police reported on March 13 at approximately 3:33 p.m. Martinez turned himself in on an active arrest warrant out of Bridgeport. Martinez was given a court date of March 22 to appear at Bridgeport Superior Court and released on a court-set $2,500 surety bond.

Schools hosting annual music festival

The festival, which features over 300 Naugatuck students from grades four through 12, begins at 7 p.m. at Naugatuck High School, 543 Rubber Ave. The concert includes vocal music students performing selections from a variety of composers and genres. Tickets are $5 per person.

Waiting on development

At least that is what Naugatuck officials are hoping when it comes to the former General DataComm building and property downtown. The borough owns the former General DataComm building and land, known locally as parcels A and B, and has an agreement in place with Benjamin Zitron to develop the land.

Officials postpone road race

The annual event, which is a fundraiser for the Naugatuck Education Foundation, was originally scheduled for Saturday . It has been rescheduled to April 1. Bottinick said the decision to move the race was made in conjunction with the Naugatuck Police Department and borough officials.

Police charge teens in car break-in

At about 3 a.m. on Thursday, officers responded to City Hill Street after a resident reported seeing three people run from her driveway. Police said the woman's purse and other items were stolen from her car.

Author speeds up in retirement

The year isn't three months old yet and the 85-year-old Naugatuck native has already published two new books. Labriola released "The Blue Baron Mystery" and "The Saga of Hodge," his 19th and 20th books, respectively, earlier this year.

Borough hires new manager for golf course

The Board of Mayor and Burgesses this month unanimously approved hiring Bryan Nixon as the golf course/pro shop manager at Hop Brook Golf Course. Nixon was hired under a one-year contract, which went into effect on March 8 and runs through March 31, 2018.

Percussion Ensemble From Connecticut High School Covers 'Divided Sky'

The Naugatuck High School Percussion ensemble in Naugatuck, Connecticut will soon engage in competitive performances against teams from other high schools. On Saturday, the Naugatuck High School Percussion held an open rehearsal, where they unveiled their 2017 program - a version of the Phish classic "Divided Sky."

Towns taking storm in stride

Aside from the howling wind and the sound of sleet mixed with snow pelting windows, officials reported that things are pretty quiet in Naugatuck, Beacon Falls and Prospect as Winter Storm Stella pounds the state. The largest reported issue thus far occurred at about 1 p.m. in Prospect when a large tree fell on a 500 gallon propane tank at the corner of Summit Road and Royal Crest Drive in Prospect.

Naugatuck police blotter

Police reported on March 5 at approximately 4:47 p.m. Marriott was arrested on an active arrest warrant. The warrant was for a narcotic violation reported on Dec. 18, 2016.

A bi-partisan call to fix school funding

Eighth grader Lorenza Neson carries his books on his head as he leaves his Algebra class at Jettie Tisdale School in Bridgeport, Conn. on Wednesday, September 14, 2016.

10-Year-Old Behind The Wheel, Deaths On I-95 Top Week's News In Stamford

From left, Danbury High School seniors Kim Meerman and Anna Port have organized a bone marrow drive at their school. From left, Taylor Alves of Naugatuck and Allie Johnstone of Orange, enjoying a Freak Shake at Creme & Sugar in Bethel FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn.

Task Force Proposed to Study 'Custody for Care' Concerns

The legislature's Committee on Children has proposed creating a task force to study the state's so-called "custody for care" controversy, in place of a bill that would have barred the Department of Children and Families from pushing parents to relinquish custody when seeking inpatient mental health treatment for their children. If approved, the task force would study the issue of why DCF takes over custody of children in some cases in which parents cannot meet their children's severe behavioral health needs in a home setting.


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