Naugatuck River

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Nau·ga·tuck River

A river rising in northwest Connecticut and flowing about 105 km (65 mi) south to the Housatonic River near Long Island Sound.
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He has been a finalist in the Prime Number and The Naugatuck River Review poetry contests and has been nominated for three Push Cart Prizes.
Mineral oil was released into the sewer system and the neighboring Naugatuck River. Somers personnel, the Waterbury fire department, the US EPA, the Connecticut DEEP and Clean Harbors, Somers remediation contractor, responded immediately and have been working collaboratively to remediate the leak as quickly as possible.
One of CWC's water systems in the nearby Central Naugatuck River Valley serves 10,000 customers in Beacon Falls, Bethany, Middlebury, Naugatuck, Prospect, and Waterbury.
Jeffrey Beck's poetry has been published or will be published in Miramar, Worcester Review, Naugatuck River Review, I-70 Review, Cold Mountain Review, Blue Lyra Review, and other journals.
The title and theme of the mosaic is "Cool Waters," which symbolizes the revitalization of the Naugatuck River that flows through Waterbury.
Winner of the 2012 Soul-Making Keats Story Prize, his work has appeared or is forthcoming in Saw Palm: Florida Literature & Art, NANO, Naugatuck River Review, Penduline Press, and elsewhere.
Trivia, Naugatuck River Review, and Sinister Wisdom.
Connecticut has stocked about 2,000 brood-stock salmon, most heavily in the upper and lower Naugatuck River (more than 800 fish), Beach Pond, Crystal Lake, Mount Tom Pond and the Shetucket River (more than 700 fish).
Naugatuck River Review, the Tulane Review, and the Labletter Annual
Situated along the Naugatuck River in central Connecticut, the city of Waterbury gained a reputation years ago for the quality of its brass products, earning it the nickname "The Brass Capital Of The World".
In the heart of Connecticut's historical "Brass Valley," the company operates entirely indoors in a 100-year-old brass finishing mill alongside the Naugatuck River adjacent to the Ansonia Copper and Brass Mill.