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During the 18th Century, the area had a thriving brass industry and would become the "The Brass Capital of the World" The last brass mill closed in the 1970s and the city declined to the point that it was ranked as one of the worst places to live in America, but has since rebounded. Notable residents include actor Bob Crane and photographer Annie Leibovitz.

Population: 110366
Local Newspapers: Waterbury Republican American
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Local Colleges: Post University Naugatuck Valley Community College

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Towns/Cities near waterbury, connecticut : Naugatuck Oakville Middlebury Watertown Wolcott Marion Union City

Waterbury News
Creamy Pumpkin (or Squash) Pasta

I am so old that my Swedish-born grandmother was one of the spaghetti eating pioneers of the late 1920s, early '30s. In Depression-era Waterbury, Connecticut, my grandparents' Italian neighbors ate spaghetti with tomato sauce on it.

Waiting on development

At least that is what Naugatuck officials are hoping when it comes to the former General DataComm building and property downtown. The borough owns the former General DataComm building and land, known locally as parcels A and B, and has an agreement in place with Benjamin Zitron to develop the land.

Waterbury residents upset that some sidewalks still havena t been cleared

Some residents are frustrated that sidewalks in parts of Waterbury still haven't been shoveled three days after this week's snowstorm. Though the city has been working since the storm to clean up the snow, there are some areas that residents say still need work.

Stamford mayor presents budget proposal

Mayor David Martin has proposed a 3.62 percent tax increase in the next fiscal year's budget, a figure including some new hires that could be cut as city legislators look to reduce the hike to less than 3 percent. The main drivers of the budget are salaries and benefits.

New information released about Waterbury officer-involved shooting

The Connecticut State Police Detectives from the Central District Major Crime Squad are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Waterbury that happened on Thursday. Police say at approximately 4:32 p.m., detectives from the Central District Major Crime Squad were contacted by the Waterbury State's Attorney's Office to investigate a non-fatal officer-involved shooting that happened in Waterbury.

Connecticut man pleads guilty to fatally beating former boss

A Connecticut man has pleaded guilty to using a chunk of wood to beat his former boss to death in a dispute over money. The Republican-American reports that 46-year-old Stephen Brockett, of Waterbury , pleaded guilty Thursday to killing Isidore Ellin as part of a deal with prosecutors.

Officials: Man shot by Waterbury police, 2 officers injured

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: WATERBURY, Conn. - A man has been shot by a Waterbury police officer after he reportedly collided with a police vehicle during a chase.

Palace Theatre Reinstates Tours

The Palace Theater resumes its popular monthly tour program after a brief winter break on Saturday, March 25 from 11a.m. to 12:30p.m. The tour program gives the public an opportunity to journey through 95 years of the theater's rich history and get a peek behind the scenes. Admission is $5.00 per person and can be purchased online at www.palacetheaterct.org, by phone at 203-346-2000, or in person at the Box Office, 100 East Main St. in Waterbury.

A Touring 'Sound Of Music' That Transcends Time At Waterbury Palace

Actress Charlotte Maltby plays Maria in the new tour of "The Sound of Music," which has its first stop in Connecticut March 7 to 12 at the Palace Theater in Waterbury. Actress Charlotte Maltby plays Maria in the new tour of "The Sound of Music," which has its first stop in Connecticut March 7 to 12 at the Palace Theater in Waterbury.

'Gentleman's Guide' Part Of Waterbury Palace Broadway...

Transfers and tours, plus more roles for women, the scourge of Bowler hats and more theater news from Connecticut and beyond. Transfers and tours, plus more roles for women, the scourge of Bowler hats and more theater news from Connecticut and beyond.

Low turnout in student elections troubling

While the final and complete results of the school-wide elections are not yet known, due to administrative action and potential disqualification pending, there have been numbers released that show a glaring level of student disengagement. Contested races for the positions of undergraduate representative on the University of Connecticut's Board of Trustees and Undergraduate Student Government President were on the ballot this past week, along with other important student fee-related referenda.

A New Maria Brings New 'Sound Of Music' To Connecticut

Actress Charlotte Maltby plays Maria in the new tour of "The Sound of Music," which has its first stop in Connecticut March 7 to 12 at the Palace Theater in Waterbury. Actress Charlotte Maltby plays Maria in the new tour of "The Sound of Music," which has its first stop in Connecticut March 7 to 12 at the Palace Theater in Waterbury.

Lines Go Out The Door For Freak Sundae At Bethel's Cream & Sugar Cafe

The colder temperatures Friday afternoon didn't stop over a dozen people from enjoying the hottest new items - giant ice cream sundaes and milkshakes - at Cream & Sugar Cafe in Bethel. Taylor Alves and Allie Johnstone, students at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, were sharing a Freak Shake, which is a new item on the menu along with the Freak Sundae .

Editor's note: Citizen's News moves office

The office, which used to be located at 71 Weid Drive in Naugatuck, is now located in the Republican-American building at 389 Meadow St. in Waterbury. The Republican-American is the parent company of the Citizen's News.

Opinion: Why we can't wait - Race and the Care 4 Kids Program

According to the United Way of Connecticut, the agency that administers the Care 4 Kids program, 4,424 fewer children were being served in December 2016 than in August 2016 when the program closed to most new applicants. Families from cities like Bridgeport, Hartford, Waterbury and New Haven were hardest hit, with a combined 1,429 fewer children being served.

in the Suburbs: The happy ending of an adoption journey...

It seems hard to believe, but in just four months, our older daughter Stacey's dream will come true and she will travel to China to complete the adoption of her little boy, Lun Lun , nearly 6. The best part for us is we will accompany her on this last leg of her four-year adoption odyssey and spend about two weeks in Beijing and Hong Kong, as well as at the orphanage in Datchong, reasonably close to Beijing. When we reach China, our daughter will be swept up in meetings with the orphanage staff, visits with all sorts of officials, magistrates and doctors, and finally we will bring Lun Lun back to his new home in Connecticut.

Baker: End finger-pointing between states on opioids

Gov. Charlie Baker called for finger-pointing to stop after another New England governor -- this time New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu -- tried this week to blame the city of Lawrence for his state's opioid crisis and ignited a war of words between the neighbors. "I do view this as a problem that affects us all and I think singling out a single community or a single state is just not accurate and it doesn't represent what the vast majority of us believe to be the case," Baker told reporters in Boston on Thursday in response to Sununu.

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