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Board sets guidelines for armed police at community colleges

HARTFORD — The state board that oversees community colleges in Connecticut has approved a process for community colleges to formed armed police forces on campus. 135 more words


Missing Naugatuck teen with autism found safe and unharmed

NAUGATUCK — Police have located a missing Naugatuck teen with autism for whom they issued a Silver Alert .

Matthew Costa had  left Naugatuck High School at 9:37 a.m. 37 more words


Naugatuck High School briefly evacuated due to gas odor

NAUGATUCK, Conn. (WTNH)– Naugatuck High School was evacuated Thursday morning due to a possible gas leak.

Police say officers, the fire department and Eversource Gas responded to Naugatuck High School at around 7:15 a.m. 64 more words


Naugatuck High School deemed safe after earlier evacuation due to gas odor

NAUGATUCK- The Naugatuck Fire Department and Eversource, along with the Naugatuck Police Department, were called to Naugatuck High school at around 7:15 a.m. Thursday for the smell of gas coming from inside the building. 55 more words


Naugatuck woman charged with unemployment fraud

NAUGATUCK, Conn. (WTNH)–A Naugatuck woman is facing charges for illegally collecting thousands of dollars in unemployment benefits. Authorities charged 46-year-old Rachel Hinds on Monday. They say while working at a Bristol car dealership, Hinds collected nearly $8,000 in unemployment benefits in 2012. 12 more words


A Little Auto Care Goes A Long Way

Basic auto care goes a long way toward improving the safety and dependability of a vehicle. Whether you do it yourself or visit a trusted professional technician, here are 10 Fall Car Care Month maintenance procedures to help make sure your car is operating at its best before winter arrives. 284 more words

Missing Naugatuck mother and son found safe

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck Police say a mother and son who were reported missing on Friday were found safe and unharmed.

Police said family members said that Ruth Pinto, 37, said she was going to pick up her son Jonathan, 5, from his school bus at about 3:30 p.m.  20 more words