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As Superintendent Verna D. Ruffin looks to round out the district's central office leadership, the first position to be filled will be chief operating officer.... [Read More]
On Tuesday morning, as Schools Superintendent Verna D. Ruffin stood behind a podium on the Palace Theater stage and looked out toward her audience -... [Read More]
The scene of a two-car collision Monday afternoon at the intersection of North Main, North Elm and Cherry streets was dramatic as it unfolded, but... [Read More]
City resident Helen Taylor wants to help families with children diagnosed with autism or other special needs. So Taylor and her husband Alan have organized... [Read More]
With the State Board of Education having voted to approve allowing the Relay Graduate School of Education to continue to offer an alternate route to... [Read More]
A teaching preparation program will continue to provide an alternative route to certification for those who aspire to become educators in Connecticut. The State Board... [Read More]
Alena Cybart-Persenaire wanted the students in her journalism class at Kennedy High School, to experience the industry's business side. So this past weekend, their assignmen…... [Read More]
Jenifer Jeans of Harwinton is hopeful one day there will be cure to eradicate the neurological condition for which her twin sister, Alexandria, has had... [Read More]
Just two-and-a-half weeks into the new academic year, Kingsbury Elementary School will see its leader on paid administrative leave. Erik Brown, who has been principal... [Read More]
The District Parent Advisory Council is a long-standing group in the Waterbury Public Schools, and they're hoping to make more parents aware of its existence.Members... [Read More]
School officials last week presented a proposed lease on a facility to house a new central kitchen and food storage warehouse for the district's Food... [Read More]
There were definitely spent casings from 9 mm. bullets to go along with calls from individuals reporting hearing shots fired around Berkeley Heights Sunday afternoon,... [Read More]
Roughly 5,400 Eversource customers in the city saw their electrical service disrupted Sunday afternoon following two separate incidents. More than 2,300 customers were without pow…... [Read More]
Results from last spring's Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium tests showed Connecticut's public school students in grades 3 to 8 are making some gains overall in... [Read More]
The loss of two close colleagues and family members weighed heavily on those gathered near the stage at Library Park late Wednesday afternoon. More than... [Read More]
A 66-year-old city man who witnesses said was struck by a vehicle as he was walking his bicycle across West Main Street Saturday night has... [Read More]
A pair of former city public school students who now attend Ivy League universities are hoping to provide resources that would enable their younger peers... [Read More]
Classes in the first week of school will be a short one for many schools in the region after excessive heat prompted school officials to... [Read More]
Independent Party candidates' names will not appear on their party's line on this November's ballot, with voters on Sunday favoring cross endorsing the Republica…... [Read More]
Tyler Varasconi, 18, of Bristol, rode up the elevator in the Brown Building at UConn Waterbury campus for the first time Saturday afternoon. A few... [Read More]