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The opening moments of the Housing Authority Board of Commissioners special meeting Wednesday got off to a rocky start after Chairman Mark Raimo called the... [Read More]
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Despite claims of harassment and intimidation during three days of voting for the Housing Authority Board of Commissions resident commissioner seat, Debra Manley said she... [Read More]
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Seated under a tall, white tent, Sandra Kennedy of Oakville smiled ear-to-ear as she took pictures of the scenery around her. A Waterbury native, she... [Read More]
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The town's volunteer fire department is continuing its search for a replacement apparatus following multiple repairs to Engine 4 that has been in service for... [Read More]
He doesn't yet know what to expect from the Federal Emergency Management Agency regarding reimbursement for the town's storm cleanup, but First Selectman Edward B.... [Read More]
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The police commission will come together on today in their first meeting since the approval of the Public Safety Audit draft two weeks ago. The... [Read More]
During the three days of voting in June for the Housing Authority Board of Commissions resident commission seat, Sharon Pratt said she and several other... [Read More]
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After four years at the helm as the principal at Watertown High School, Paul Jones is leaving to take the same job at Pomperaug High... [Read More]
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Abby Nappen, 16, has been involved in archery since she was 12, when she shot her first deer while hunting with her father. But she... [Read More]
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It has been less than a year since two people were struck and killed by cars on Main Street in separate incidents. On Wednesday, a... [Read More]
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A woman and a child were transported by ambulance to the hospital after a two-car crash on Wolcott Street Sunday evening. Emergency crews responded to... [Read More]
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During the Night Out on Main Street Saturday evening, 16-year-old Laura Sali walked up and down the street with flyers in her hand for the... [Read More]
With a search committee charged with finding a new fire marshal in place, Town Council Chairman Thomas Winn won't propose changing an ordinance that may... [Read More]
For the first time since the middle of June, the Board of Selectmen will come together for a special meeting Thursday morning at 11 a.m.... [Read More]
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A six-person committee has been formed to review applicants and eventually choose a new fire marshal - a position that has been vacant since February.... [Read More]
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As Waterbury resident Rich Gaetana walked with his family during the first day of the Connecticut Summer Food Truck Festival Saturday afternoon, he said though... [Read More]
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When Southington resident Carol Masse woke up Thursday morning, she was shocked to find her 2010 Volkswagen Eos missing from the driveway. She said the... [Read More]
The Planning and Zoning Commission approved an application for a self-storage lot in the industrial park section of town and continued a second application for... [Read More]
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U.S. Congressman Elizabeth H. Esty introduced a bill Wednesday to rename the Oakville Post Office to honor veterans from Watertown and surrounding communities. "It means... [Read More]
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Taking several steps toward the podium, Public Works Director Roy E. Cavanaugh took the microphone to express his gratitude to the Conversation Commission / Inland... [Read More]
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