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01/18/2020

The New Blue of Yale, an all-women’s singing group, will perform at the Silas Bronson Library on Saturday, February 1, at 2

The New Blue of Yale, an all-women’s singing group, will perform at the Silas Bronson Library on Saturday, February 1, at 2 p.m. From contemporary pop and rock arrangements to jazz and swing standards to classic Yale songs to folk songs with protest roots, New Blue’s repertoire has something for everyone! Founded in 1969, the READ MORE.
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City of Waterbury – Parking Ban – Effective Saturday 1/18/20 at 5PM and ending at 5PM Sunday 1/19/2020. – No parking in posted “Snow Zones” and NO Parking on the ODD numbered side of all City streets. Vehicles violating parking ban may be towed at owners expense. Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
01/18/2020

Parking ban 1/18/2020

City of Waterbury Parking Ban Effective Saturday  January 18, 2020 at 5PM Due to the impending winter storm, a parking ban will ineffect beginning Saturday 1/18/2020 at 5PM and ending at 5PM Sunday 1/19/2020. In addition to all currently posted “Snow Zones” there will be NO Parking on the ODD numbered side of all City streets. Residents are encouraged to use their residential driveways in lieu of parking on the street. Vehicles parked in snow zones or the ODD numbered READ MORE.
01/18/2020

Community involvement key to florist O’Rourke Cookson, this year’s recipient of Waterbury Regional Chamber’s Harold Webster Smith Entrepreneur of the Year Award

WATERBURY — Virginia “Ginny” O’Rourke Cookson has turned O’Rourke & Birch Florist into a local institution over the past 50 years. On Wednesday, she’ll receive the 2020 Harold Webster Smith Entrepreneur of the Year Award from the Waterbury Regional Chamber. Joining her as honorees are Litchfield Distillery, winner of the Small Business of the Year READ MORE.
01/17/2020

Modern resources, gadgets, apps, and technology – we all use them to make our lives easier. But what if we didn’t have

Modern resources, gadgets, apps, and technology – we all use them to make our lives easier. But what if we didn’t have all of them to rely on? Native American communities living in Connecticut managed to live quite comfortably through the harsh New England winter. They spent the summer and fall preparing, storing, and foraging READ MORE.
01/17/2020

Palace Theater: WEATHER NOTICE SAT 1/18: …

WEATHER NOTICE SAT 1/18: It’s forecasted to be cold and snowy tomorrow night. The 1/18 @terryfator performance will go on as scheduled unless the Governor of Connecticut issues a State of Emergency. Be careful and drive safely! Give yourself plenty of time to get to Waterbury. Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
01/17/2020

State Senator Joan Hartley (D-Waterbury) will hold office hours with 15th District Representatives in Waterbury, Middlebury and Naugatuck to hear directly from

State Senator Joan Hartley (D-Waterbury) will hold office hours with 15th District Representatives in Waterbury, Middlebury and Naugatuck to hear directly from constituents in coming weeks, to meet with the public. At several events in January and February, Sen. Hartley and regional Representatives will meet with constituents to better understand their concerns and hear from READ MORE.

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