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About: naugatuck, connecticut

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
Suspected dealer charged in connection with man's overdose

Police charged an Ansonia man with supplying the crack cocaine a Naugatuck man used before overdosing and dying late last year. Rodney Coriano, 29, of 218 North State St., Ansonia, turned himself in to Naugatuck police on a warrant shortly before 2 a.m. Friday.

Steven Costa and Andrea de Sousa

Jose and Agostinha de Sousa of Danbury announce the engagement of their daughter, Andrea de Sousa, to Steven Costa, son of Jose and Amelia Costa, of Naugatuck. The future bride graduated from Danbury High School and has a bachelor of arts in communications and a minor in music from Western Connecticut State University.

Naugatuck police blotter

Police reported on Dec. 3 at approximately 11:44 p.m. Starziski was arrested on an active arrest warrant. Starziski was given a court date of Dec. 13 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and released on a court-set $92 cash bond.

Superintendent eyes slight shift in start times

REGION 16 - Fifteen minutes is all it will take to resolve a long-standing busing issue in Region 16, according to Superintendent of Schools Michael Yamin. Actually, 15 minutes at the start of every school day.

Parks from the past

Mayor N. Warren "Pete" Hess is hoping to expand the borough's recreation options by restoring some of its history. Hess has set his sights on revitalizing Thurston Pond and Salem Park, and creating a new park off Nichols Road that would include access to the Larkin State Bridle Trail.

Group opposes senator's bell-ringing for Salvation Army

Newly-elected Sen. George Logan, R-Ansonia, during opening day of the state legislature at the Capitol in Hartford, Conn. on Wednesday, January 4, 2017.

Group opposes senator's bell-ringing for Salvation Army

Newly-elected Sen. George Logan, R-Ansonia, during opening day of the state legislature at the Capitol in Hartford, Conn. on Wednesday, January 4, 2017.

Group opposes senator's bell-ringing for Salvation Army

Newly-elected Sen. George Logan, R-Ansonia, during opening day of the state legislature at the Capitol in Hartford, Conn. on Wednesday, January 4, 2017.

Rebimbas to ring bell for Salvation Army

State Rep. Rosa Rebimbas, R-70, will be volunteering as a bell ringer to raise money for the Salvation Army from 12 to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Walmart on New Haven Road in Naugatuck. People can also donate by texting "CTREP" to 71777 to give directly to the House and Senate republicans' Red Kettle.

Mayor sends message of resurgence

That was the message Hess had for the audience during the Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce's annual Mayoral Breakfast Nov. 30 at Jesse Camille's Restaurant. Hess spoke of two major projects planned in the borough: the proposed "Port of Naugatuck" and the transit-oriented development on parcels A and B. The Port of Naugatuck would be an inland port and intermodal transportation hub on the mostly-vacant 86.5 acre parcel of land along Elm Street that is owned by Lanxess, the successor of Chemtura Corp. The plan is to utilize the Pan Am Railways line that runs through the property to deliver goods via rail and then ship them to their destination using tractor-trailer trucks.

Photo Flash: Stage Kiss Opens Friday at TheatreWorks

On Friday, December 8, TheatreWorks New Milford will premiere Sarah's Ruhl's acclaimed comedy Stage Kiss. The curtain rises at 8:00 p.m. on a five-week run.

Naugatuck police blotter

Police reported on Nov. 27 at approximately 12:16 a.m. an officer conducted a motor vehicle investigation on Route 42. During the investigation, police reported, it was determined Matson was operating under the influence of alcohol. Matson was given a court date of Dec. 7 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and released on a $500 non-surety bond.

Two Naugatuck teens reported missing

Police said 16-year-old Alyssa Braddock was last seen at about 1:30 p.m. at the high school. She is about 5 feet, 7 inches tall and weighs about 150 pounds, police said.

Letter: Elks, students did great job with cleanup

A big thank you to the Naugatuck Elks Lodge 967, students from Naugatuck High School and their teacher, Michael Harte.

Program helps students connect

In January, the Teen Advisory Board of Naugatuck Youth Services expressed the need for more activities and programs for middle school and high school students. However, the Naugatuck Youth Services office on Scott Street doesn't have sufficient space to hold a large number of students and to facilitate some activities students desired.

CT. Sen. Logan Interviews 20-Year-Old Board of Ed Member

Sen. George S. Logan's latest edition of "The Senate Reports" features 20-year-old Middletown Board of Education member Ed Ford, Jr. . Ford, Jr. recently became one of the youngest black Republicans ever elected to public office in Connecticut.

YMCA distributing socks, underwear

For each pair of socks or underwear sold, JCPenny donated a complimentary pack of socks and underwear to the Y. The Naugatuck YMCA received 1,080 pairs of underwear and 3,240 pairs of socks, a press release stated. The Naugatuck YMCA received the donations in November.

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