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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.
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
Mermaid-themed art sought for juried art exhibit
Artists are invited to submit artwork depicting mermaids for a juried art exhibit. The winning piece will be used for the cover of the Walnut Beach Summer Calendar 2018, produced by the Walnut Beach Arts and Business Association.Accident closes section of Route 68
Route 68 between Union City Road and Locust Street is closed after a one-car accident damaged two utility poles. The accident happened at about 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, police said.Naugatuck BOE opts for school on Columbus Day
The Board of Education is letting the Columbus Day holiday set sail in favor of giving students a different day off. The board last week voted 7 to 1 to approve a 2018-19 school calendar that gives students the day before Thanksgiving off and makes Columbus Day a school day.Naugatuck police blotter
Samantha Bombardier, 24, of Hard Street, Naugatuck, was charged Jan. 9 with third-degree burglary, second-degree criminal mischief, fourth-degree larceny and second-degree failure to appear. Police reported on Jan. 9 Bombardier was arrested on active arrest warrants.Two arrested in illegal towing case
Two people from Steve's Auto Sales at 219 Naugatuck Avenue have been arrested in connection with the illegal towing of vehicles in October. An investigation showed that on Oct. 1, 2 and 3, motor vehicles were towed by Steve's Auto Sales without anyone asking for the vehicles to be towed.2 arrests made after investigation into illegal towing in Milford
Police say in October 2017, they received several complaints about possible illegal towing of vehicles. An investigation revealed that the on October 1st, 2nd and 3rd, motor vehicles were towed by Steve's Auto, of 219 Naugatuck Avenue.Schools participating in kindness challenge
The challenge is an international kindness initiative that improves school climate and increases student engagement by spreading kindness, according to the challenge's website . The goal of the challenge is to perform as many acts of kindness as possible.Purdue Pharma is headquartered at 201 Tresser Blvd., in downtown Stamford, Conn.
Eighteen Connecticut towns and cities sued this week a group of pharmaceutical companies, including Purdue Pharma, for alleged false marketing of drugs that the plaintiffs say have fueled the opioid crisis in their communities. The lawsuit's plaintiffs include Bridgeport, Naugatuck, Southbury, Woodbury, Fairfield, Beacon Falls, Milford, Oxford, West Haven, New Milford, Thomaston, Torrington, Bristol, Southington, Newtown, Tolland, East Hartford, North Haven.Borough extends golf pro's contract
The Board of Mayor and Burgesses last week approved a new contract that will keep Bryan Nixon the golf pro at Hop Brook Golf Course for the next three years. Nixon, a Naugatuck native, was originally hired last March under a one-year agreement.Rotary collection on display at Whittemore Library
A collection of books funded by the Naugatuck Rotary Club in 2017 is on display this month at the Whittemore Library. Each year since 1955, the library has received an annual stipend from the club to purchase books, a press release stated.Man steals hundreds of dollars' worth of meds
Naugatuck police are seeking the public's help to identify the man pictured. The man is wanted in connection with a larceny at Stop & Shop on Rubber Avenue.-CONTRIBUTED Naugatuck police are seeking the public's help to identify the man pictured.Borough eyes IT upgrades, consolidation
The borough is looking for ways to consolidate information technology across departments and make the borough's website more user friendly for residents. The Board of Education has its own IT department, the Naugatuck Police Department contracts out for IT needs, and Town Hall does its IT in house.Police search for man wanted in Naugatuck armed robbery
Police say at around 3:18 a.m. last Wednesday, 43-year-old Jeffrey Stokarski displayed a weapon at the Cumberland Farms on Rubber Avenue. He then allegedly stole about $132 in cash and 50 packs of cigarettes.Naugatuck police blotter
Police reported on Jan. 1 at approximately 11:34 a.m. Bent turned himself in on an active arrest warrant. The warrant was for a domestic disturbance reported on Oct. 31, 2017 between husband and wife.Municipal leaders look to the year ahead
Naugatuck Mayor N. Warren 'Pete' Hess, right, speaks in front of the new fuel cells at the Naugatuck wastewater treatment plant in October as Naugatuck Economic Development Corporation President and CEO Ronald Pugliese looks on. Hess wants to create a microgrid this year powered by fuel cells.Borough creates child safety zones
The Board of Mayor and Burgesses Tuesday night unanimously approved an ordinance that bans registered sex offenders from designated child safety zones. Under the ordinance, sex offenders are no longer allowed in borough-owned or borough-operated parks, schools, playgrounds, recreation and event centers, pools, gyms, sports fields and facilities, trails, or open space areas.Free radon test kits available from health district
The Naugatuck Valley Health District is offering free radon test kits to residents in towns in its coverage area, including Beacon Falls and Naugatuck. Residents can pick up a radon test kit at the health department located at 98 Bank St. in Seymour starting Monday.
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