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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
DOT announces scheduled bridge closure

The Route 68 bridge is scheduled to be closed this weekend to accommodate ongoing construction, the state Department of Transportation announced. The bridge, which connects Bridge Street to Prospect Street, is scheduled to be closed from 8 p.m. on Friday through 5 a.m. on Monday, the DOT stated in a press release.

Letter: Borough family appreciates prayers, support

We wish to begin by again expressing our appreciation for all of the prayers that have been said by the faith community for the past 11 years for former Republican-American Managing Editor Bob Veillette and our family. Thank you to St. Francis of Assisi Church in Naugatuck for hosting the pasta dinner held in May, and for making it such a huge success.

Naugatuck police blotter

Tyler Synott, 24, of 72 New St., Naugatuck, was charged June 12 with second-degree threatening, second-degree reckless endangerment, third-degree criminal mischief and disorderly conduct. Police reported on June 12 at approximately 11:14 a.m. officers responded to a domestic disturbance.

Naugatuck kicking off program with block party

Naugatuck Public Schools is participating in the federally-funded Seamless Summer Food Program and getting things started with a party. The program provides free meals to all children 18 years old and under.

Firefighters battle 2-alarm residential fire in Waterbury

According to the Waterbury Fire Department, the fire is located in a two-and-a-half story wood-framed residential building on Central Avenue. Fire officials received the 911 call around 6:05 p.m. When they arrived, they found heavy fire and exposure to the left and right sides of the building.

Changing of the guard at Catholic school

St. Francis-St. Hedwig School second-grader Taylor Hennessey helps wrap Principal John Salatto in paper during an event to celebrate the students reading a combined 5,000 books this year June 5 at the school in Naugatuck.

Hearing on proposed industrial building opens

Nine years after the Planning and Zoning Commission approved a permit for temporary storage at an industrial site on Union City Road, the owner of the parcel is seeking to construct a permanent building on the land. The Planning and Zoning Commission last week opened a public hearing on a special permit application submitted by Industrial Storage LLC for a 40,000-square-foot industrial building and accompanying site improvements at 99 Union City Road.

Slideshow: Duck Day

The Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce held its 12th annual Duck Day and Race on June 4 in downtown Naugatuck.

Officials disagree on transfer of school funds

The Board of Education last week approved transferring $600,000 in excess funds in this year's budget to pay for services and supplies down the road. The $600,000 comes from money budgeted for salaries.

Students' goodwill brings singer to school

For an hour Monday, the sweltering gym of Hop Brook Elementary School was transformed into a concert venue with young fans screaming the lyrics to "Beautiful Life" along with the Connecticut singer who won "American Idol" in 2015. Students in lime green T-shirts greeted local music star Nick Fradiani by waving photos of his face and the words "Hop Brook Rocks with Nick" on the back.

Invention carries student to national expo

When snow clogged her boot bindings and briefly interrupted her skiing during a family vacation last winter, 11-year-old Emily Fine didn't complain. She started thinking, and when she and her family came home, she started tinkering.

Naugatuck police blotter

Police reported on June 2 at approximately 11:49 a.m. an officer responded to Walmart for a larceny complaint. Police reported Giangreco was arrested for stealing merchandise.

Naugatuck CERT seeking new members

The Naugatuck Community Emergency Response Team is looking for new members and is scheduling a free CERT member basic training class. CERT educates people in disaster preparedness for events that may impact their area and provides basic disaster response skills.

Graduation ceremonies set

The Naugatuck High ceremony will be on the turf field at the school, 543 Rubber Ave., Naugatuck, on June 14. The ceremony starts at 6 p.m. If it rains, the ceremony will be June 15 at the same time. If it rains on June 15, the ceremony will be in the main gym and students will receive tickets for guests.

Couple to appeal state's offer

The owner of a house slated to be razed to make way for improvements to the intersection of Cross Street and Cotton Hollow Road said he will appeal the state's determination of "fair market value" for his property. "We feel that there is insufficient housing to meet our needs and the price that the state has provided is insufficient to purchase anything," Frank Finkle said June 2, which was his deadline to appeal.

Adult education grads persevere

Luna Amorium speaks during the Naugatuck Adult Education graduation ceremony June 1 at Naugatuck High School. Amorium, 19, was one of more than 24 students to graduate from the program.

Judge sentences dealer for overdose of Naugatuck man

A 22-year-old city man was sentenced to 27 months in federal prison Tuesday for selling a dose of heroin that led to a Naugatuck man's death last year. Aureole Huckabee is suspected of selling heroin laced with fentanyl to a 31-year-old man who overdosed on July 7. The man was found by his wife and despite an attempt to save him with Narcan, the man was later pronounced dead.

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