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With the first day of the 2018-19 academic year less than two weeks away and a recently appointed superintendent on board, the school district's central... [Read More]
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With the skies overcast Monday morning and rain to come later, swimming wouldn't be the main activity for the day campers at the Kiwanis Day... [Read More]
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School officials earlier this month unveiled a proposed contract that would privatize services delivered to autistic students, albeit starting on a small scale. Board members... [Read More]
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Turns out there is no vacancy on the Waterbury Board of Education. Thomas Van Stone Sr., a Republican member of the board who was elected... [Read More]
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Four families were displaced after an early morning fire tore through the back of one three-family home on Vermont Street before spreading to the roof... [Read More]
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The search for Holy Cross High School's next permanent leader continues. Meanwhile, the school will have an interim president in Paul Geise, a Stonington resident... [Read More]
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Board of Education members are not entirely in agreement when it comes to adopting new bylaw and policy language to allow board members to participate... [Read More]
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When the Catholic Academy of Waterbury officially opens its doors on Aug. 27, its leaders expect to welcome more than 320 studentsThe majority of those... [Read More]
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How the city's public school students who took the School Day SAT last spring fared on the test varied by school, according to results released... [Read More]
Firefighters were able to quickly prevent a fire that had begun in one solar panel on the roof of a Cherry Street from to spreading... [Read More]
Twenty-five Kennedy High School sophomores will be the city's first group of high school students to embark on a program that enables them to accumulate... [Read More]
A policy on allowing Board of Education members to participate in committee meetings by telephone or videoconferencing - such as Skype - was thoroughly discussed... [Read More]
A state-funded early childhood program that enables low-income families in the city to enroll their children into public or private preschool programs is seeing an... [Read More]
Post University will launch a new academic year with both new and familiar faces in leadership roles. John L. Hopkins officially assumed the role of... [Read More]
School officials reported a one-year decline in the percentage of students chronically absent from school between the 2015-16 and 2017-18 school years. Officials also reported... [Read More]
Officials expect to finalize a contract with new Superintendent of Schools Verna D. Ruffin by early next week. The Board of Education selected Ruffin during... [Read More]
The next Board of Education commissioner will be a familiar name: Charles "Chuck" Pagano. Mayor Neil M. O'Leary, on Tuesday, said he had appointed Pagano... [Read More]
Most of the apartment units in a large complex off Park Road were unaffected by an early morning fire Sunday, but at least two occupants... [Read More]
City officials expect to finish a contract with incoming schools Superintendent Verna D. Ruffin this week. In an email to The Sunday Republican, Mayor Neil... [Read More]
City residents looking to cool off during the July Fourth holiday will not be able to swim in the waters of Lakewood Park. The city's... [Read More]
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