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A woman with graying hair on a medical scooter zipped up to Danine Chevarella outside City Hall Wednesday as she was heading inside to pay... [Read More]
Ronnie Cardoza fried up wracks of battered whitefish at the WOW Community Center in the city's North End Friday afternoon as Carla Evans prepared chicken... [Read More]
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The city's Civil Service Commission on Tuesday approved an expanded job description for purchasing director, setting the groundwork to replace long-serving Purchasing Direct…... [Read More]
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A group formed by Mayor Neil M. O'Leary is reviewing whether the Palace Theater management is living up to its 2004 agreement with the city.... [Read More]
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The city has agreed to spend up to $240,000 for ongoing demolition of fire-charred sections of the former Ansonia Copper & Brass factory. A massive... [Read More]
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In the past six years there have been four major fires in enormous vacant, or nearly vacant, industrial buildings, all in the city's South End.... [Read More]
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Just over three months into a $15 million renovation of the former Howland-Hughes Department Store, Post University President John Hopkins says he's pleased with progress... [Read More]
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Firefighters poured millions of gallons of water on the former Ansonia Copper & Brass building to halt a massive blaze Monday night. City officials describe... [Read More]
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Few big policy differences surfaced in a debate Monday between Jahana Hayes and Mary Glassman, two Democrats vying to represent the party in the 5th... [Read More]
Officials say passing over the lowest bidder from a big-ticket demolition for the former Risdon Manufacturing site will end up protecting the city. Standard Demolition... [Read More]
A contractor is seeking to restart a lawsuit against the city, claiming Waterbury didn't pay an agreed settlement and unfairly barred it from a nearly... [Read More]
Mayor Neil M. O'Leary on Wednesday signed a three-year contract granting new Superintendent of Schools Verna Ruffin a $225,000 base salary in her first year,... [Read More]
The Waterbury Development Corp's loan committee has given up on trying to collect $359,758 from two delinquent loans. The loans date back to 2012, one... [Read More]
A high-profile effort to build a 48-unit affordable housing development along South Main Street has stalled as the nonprofit behind it ran out of money.... [Read More]
The Waterbury Housing Authority board quickly voted Friday afternoon to approve $15.3 million in bonding to support renovation of the Begg Building after a quorum... [Read More]
The Waterbury Housing Authority board broke the state's open meetings law by holding a telephone vote June 21 to approve borrowing up to $15.3 million... [Read More]
Waterbury could shortly receive nearly $7.5 million from the state to build a new park in the South End, renovate the Mattatuck Museum, expand the... [Read More]
In a vote conducted over telephone last month, the Waterbury Housing Authority board approved a vast increase in the amount it might borrow to renovate... [Read More]
Aldermen quickly and unanimously approved allowing a New York company to build a solar farm on a capped landfill in the North End. In return,... [Read More]
Baring any spending spree by city officials or large-scale hit to revenues, city taxpayers can look forward with seeming certainty to a big drop in... [Read More]
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