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Chants of "take it down," "black lives matter" and "no justice, no peace" erupted from protesters gathered outside City Hall on Thursday, their…... [Read More]
Against the backdrop of a packed West Beach at Hammonasset State Park on Long Island Sound Thursday, Gov. Ned Lamont urged Connecticut residents to cautiously... [Read More]
Carl Muller was a natural salesman who had a knack for getting customers inside his hardware store on North Elm Street, especially with his quirky... [Read More]
Mrs. Gilberte "Jill" (Long) Michaud, 90, of Waterbury, died Wednesday, July 1, 2020, at St. Francis Hospital in Hartford. She was the wife of the... [Read More]
Beverly Ann (Boucher) Murphy, of Manchester, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, July 1, 2020, after a harrowing battle with Covid-19. She is survived by her... [Read More]
Elena K. Melendez, 33, passed away on May 22, 2020. Ms. Melendez was born in Waterbury on May 10, 1987, daughter of Jamie Swenor of... [Read More]
Gov. Ned Lamont plans to allow a scheduled $1 increase in the minimum wage to take effect in September despite economic losses due to the... [Read More]
The Town Council has rejected a contract with former Zoning Enforcement Officer David Kalinowski to serve as the town's consulting ZEO, leaving the town without... [Read More]
Two city men were indicted on federal charges for their alleged role in a cocaine ring involving the distribution of kilograms of the drug throughout... [Read More]
The Town Council has rejected a contract with former Zoning Enforcement Officer David Kalinowski to serve as the town's consulting ZEO, leaving the town without... [Read More]
A proposal calling for the construction of solar-energy arrays at Litchfield High School/Middle School and Litchfield Intermediate School received mostly support during a virtual…... [Read More]
COVID-19 can't suppress the spirit of the July 4th holiday completely. Barkhamsted has announced it will maintain its parade tradition, but with a difference. "We... [Read More]
The June 29 Republican-American included a story about additional troubling allegations against David Kalinowski, who recently was reappointed as Wolcott's zoning enforcement officer. These a…... [Read More]
Crime climbs The trajectory of New York City's violent-crime rate has raised many chicken-or-the-egg questions, such as: Is New York less violent than, say, Chicago... [Read More]
As I watch Republican President Trump petition the U.S. Supreme Court to strip 20 million people of access to affordable health insurance, I must support... [Read More]
For many years, my family and I have enjoyed the fireworks display Waterbury puts on each July 4. This year, however, I have lost all... [Read More]
Camden, a struggling, post-industrial city in southern New Jersey, once had the unenviable reputation as the murder capital of America. Today, it basks in the... [Read More]
A rally to denounce hate crimes and racism Wednesday demonstrated the political challenges of meeting demands for swift racial justice in an upcoming special session... [Read More]
Hop Brook recreation area is reopening in phases starting this weekend, park officials announced, but swimming and large gatherings are still prohibited and there is... [Read More]
A rally to denounce hate crimes and racism Wednesday demonstrated the political challenges of meeting demands for swift racial justice in an upcoming special session... [Read More]
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