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Downtown roads are being dug up this week as contractors work to extend new gas and electric service for the $15 million renovation of the... [Read More]
Aldermen last week gave the green light to a $4 million reconstruction of a quarter-mile section of East Main Street in the city center.The vote... [Read More]
There are many factors that make Tehachapi a great city. The most important factor is the people. Tehachapi is full of wonderful, diverse, community-oriented, giving... [Read More]
Aldermen on Tuesday delayed a vote on a $5 million request to fund various upgrades to Municipal Stadium. Such a large amount of borrowing would... [Read More]
Theodore Derouin Jr. State House, 75th District Age: 73 Address: 34 Piedmont St., Waterbury Party: Independent Party Education: GED diploma Experience: Fire Board commissioner, 2007... [Read More]
Geraldo Reyes Jr. State House 75th District Age: 60 Address: 30 Madison St. Party: Democratic Education: Bachelor's degree in manufacturing engineering, Central Connecticut State University... [Read More]
The 75th State House district is the scene of a lopsided election contest between a popular incumbent and a veteran of multiple political campaigns who... [Read More]
A nearly half-acre plot that once hosted a rough-around-the-edges bar in the Brooklyn neighborhood may soon become a small park. Neighborhood advocates hope to buy... [Read More]
Waterbury and Naugatuck leaders are hoping to put a huge commercial or industrial development on a roughly 160-acre site straddling the border of the two... [Read More]
Mayor Neil M. O'Leary has hired a politically active former hardware store owner to act as his public liaison for the recently-launched $153 million rehabilitation... [Read More]
State Rep. Jeffrey Berger, D-73rd District, says he's close to securing a $2 million state grant to help the city pay for a proposed $5... [Read More]
Waterbury Housing Authority staff are once again protesting what they describe as demeaning and dispiriting management by Executive Director Maureen Voghel. "She is rude and…... [Read More]
Chairman James Lawlor of the Waterbury Housing Authority Board is demanding improved maintenance of the city's public housing apartments after a disappointing annual federal inspection.... [Read More]
The Board of Aldermen will be asked Monday to lease a new, larger, headquarters for the schools' food service department and pay significantly more for... [Read More]
Mayor Neil M. O'Leary's administration plans to spend $5 million adding a restroom-locker room building at Municipal Stadium, along with other improvements to the city…... [Read More]
Friends and admirers of Gregory A. Hadley Sr., a city aldermen who died last week, will march in his honor during Saturday's Gathering parade. Since... [Read More]
After 11 years serving as the right-hand man to two city mayors, Waterbury Director of Operations Joseph Geary is retiring effective Sept. 28. Geary began... [Read More]
Republican nominee Steven Giacomi and Democratic nominee Ronald A. Napoli Jr. are beginning to highlight their differences in the city's hotly contested 73rd District State... [Read More]
Contractor Manafort Bros. began demolition of the former Risdon Manufacturing complex at 2100 South Main St. this week. The 3.3-acre site has long been empty.... [Read More]
A contractor hired by Saint Mary's Hospital has begun tearing down the former Holiday Inn Express on Union Street.The building is owned by the hospital,... [Read More]
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