Community Bulletin Board
- 'Brass Valley: Made in America' Exhibit
- IMTI Installs Solar Panel System
- Local Senators support Firefighter Fundraiser
- Sacred Heart H.S. Names Top Students
- Summer Exhibits at the Mattatuck Museum
- Connecticut Museum Open House Day~June 8
- Waterbury Health Care Council Awards
- NAMI announces T-Shirt Contest Winner
- Dolce Fundraiser for Cardiology Center, 6/29
- StayWell Receives Patient-Centered Certification
- American Jazz at Museum’s 1st Thursday
- Palace Theater's 2013-14 Broadway Series
Mayor Neil O’Leary
Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that Waterbury is one of nine Connecticut cities and towns that will share a $20 million federal grant for transportation projects designed to improve the flow of traffic, improve air quality, and reduce energy use.
More Good Economic News In Waterbury - O'Leary Administration Announces Second Company Coming To City, Up to 70 New Jobs In Three Years
More good news about economic development in Waterbury. Less than a day after announcing that Unipharm Inc. is setting up shop in Waterbury, the economic development team has announced another coup - IMS Waterjet Inc. is coming to the Brass City.
Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy paused for a reflective moment before entering a gymnasium packed with teachers opposing his education reform legislation at Walsh School, in Waterbury.
Story By Chelsea Murray, Photographs By John Murray
Steeled for battle, Governor Dannel Malloy took a deep breath, and entered the crowded gymnasium at Walsh School in the North End of Waterbury. On the evening of March 19th, Malloy made Waterbury the eighth stop of his Education Reform Tour, and he was prepared for a confrontation.