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Voters overwhelmingly re-elect Hartley

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WATERBURY — Voters have overwhelmingly returned Democratic state Sen. Joan V. Hartley to the 15th District seat she's occupied since 2001. According to unofficial results,...

Hartley, Russell face off in rematch for 15th District

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WATERBURY — James Russell was eight years old when state Sen. Joan Hartley was first elected to the state's General Assembly. Thirty-three years later, Russell,...

Legislation aims to strengthen grandparent’s rights

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HARTFORD — Legislation aimed at allowing grandparents more rights when “unfairly” denied visitation of their grandchildren has been proposed again this year. The proposed bill,...

Breakfast serves up political talk

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NAUGATUCK — Rail service and the state budget dominated the discussion Tuesday morning when local legislators joined members of the borough’s business community to...

Hartley named co-chair of manufacturing caucus

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HARTFORD — State Sen. Joan Hartley, D-Waterbury, was recently named co-chair of the General Assembly’s bipartisan Manufacturing Caucus. The caucus identifies and recommends passage of...

Legislators holding community forum

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NAUGATUCK — Local legislators are holding a community forum next week to provide a legislative update to constituents. State representatives David Labriola, R-131, and Rosa...

Hartley reigns in 15th District

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WATERBURY — A Democratic incumbent who has logged over 30 years in state government easily crushed her Independent opponent, a UPS driver with no...

Incumbent facing Independent challenger

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WATERBURY — A UPS driver who claims to have the pulse of the people is challenging a longtime legislator in a bid for the...

Opening up a line of communication

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NAUGATUCK — State and local officials came together last week to open up a dialogue on a host of issues. “My vision is just to...

Discussing politics at breakfast

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Legislators address borough business community NAUGATUCK — Legislators delivered a message to local business leaders Tuesday morning: become more involved in their government. State Sen. Joan...