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The Board of Aldermen is set to vote April 9 on a proposal to borrow $40 million to reduce the amount of phosphorus being dumped... [Read More]
Pizzagaina making has been a longtime tradition at D'Amelio's Italian Eatery in Waterbury – and it's that time of year again to dig in to... [Read More]
Retired Wilby High School teacher Ken Killer remembers taking the bus or riding his bike from his Overlook home to Waterbury's then-thriving downtown, then spending... [Read More]
Police are looking for a suspect who they say broke into a home on Blue Ridge Drive early Monday. The suspect was seen on surveillance... [Read More]
"One Night in Memphis" is a high-energy concert that takes audiences back to Dec. 4, 1956, when four of the biggest names in early rock... [Read More]
A Waterbury man who state police believe was a passenger in a car that led troopers on a chaotic three-town chase over the weekend was... [Read More]
A suspect in a fatal shooting in Connecticut last summer has surrendered to police. Waterbury police say 40-year-old Juan Morales turned himself in Monday morning,... [Read More]
Five months after a power failure caused 5 million gallons of raw sewage to flow into the Naugatuck River, city officials are still investigating the... [Read More]
Parents, students and educators are blasting a plan they say could hurt some of the most vulnerable children in Waterbury. [Read More]
Snow is expected to fall on the second day of Spring. The heaviest snow will stay southwest of Connecticut, hitting southern Pennsylvania and New Jersey,... [Read More]
Police have arrested two suspects in the murder of a 24-year-old man in Waterbury in August and said they have warrants for two others, including... [Read More]
A man who police considered "armed and dangerous" and was wanted for his role in an alleged robbery that turned into a murder last year,... [Read More]
A large crowd turned out to Monday's Board of Aldermen meeting to protest a proposal to privatize more than dozens of jobs helping autistic children... [Read More]
Joining other cities across the nation, Waterbury Mayor Neil M. O'Leary and advocates are recognizing this week as "National Safe Place Week," to shine attention... [Read More]
From November 1940 to January 1957, New York City was in constant fear of a serial bomber. Spanning 16 years, there were 32 homemade explosives... [Read More]
WATERBURY The first thing students at Brass City Charter School do when they enter Courtney Bauknecht's classroom is what she calls "a gallery walk" along... [Read More]
A U.S. Postal truck passes a school bus in Waterbury... [Read More]
Waterbury school bus passing investigated Police say recording shows mail truck fails to stop March 19, 2018 - Local,... [Read More]
A former city woman whose family runs a scholarship fund for needy children who play soccer will be honored Saturday as one of several "exceptional... [Read More]