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The Masjid Al-Mustafa - which claims to be the state's largest mosque - reopened its doors following a court order barring protesters from disrupting services.... [Read More]
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Food still sizzled on the griddle at the Brass House Restaurant Monday morning, even though the building and associated property sold at auction for unpaid... [Read More]
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While reviewing the tax relief programs available to area residents, town officials must grapple with the fact that Connecticut's Circuit Breaker program for low-income seniors... [Read More]
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Waterbury and Bridgeport will appeal a court dismissal of a high-profile lawsuit against the makers of prescription opioid drugs. Waterbury launched Connecticut's first muni…... [Read More]
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A fight over who gets to lead the Masjid Al-Mustafa - which claims to be the state's largest mosque - has resulted in two lawsuits... [Read More]
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While reviewing the tax relief programs available to Southbury residents, town officials must grapple with the fact that Connecticut's Circuit Breaker program for low-income…... [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]
Mayor Neil M. O'Leary hopes to find a private investor to purchase and redevelop a 40,000-square-foot commercial building owned by the city on the Green.... [Read More]
Alderman Gregory A. Hadley Sr. died at Waterbury Hospital overnight, having only recently been diagnosed with cancer, city officials say. Hadley, in his fourth term... [Read More]
The Waterbury Development Corp.'s executive board voted Wednesday to pay a Farmington company $55,350 to determine the extent of pollution and costs to clean up... [Read More]
The Warner Theatre is expected to receive $1 million in capital improvement money from the state. The State Bond Commission will meet Thursday for a... [Read More]
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