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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
Medicaid, ACA Uncertainty Threaten Success Of Ex-Offenders' Health Care Programs

Since 2011, Connecticut has issued more than 39,000 new Medicaid cards to prisoners returning to communities, connecting them to health care services with the goal of keeping them healthy and out of prison. This initiative, which gives ex-offenders the opportunity to see a primary care physician on a regular basis and access critical mental health and drug-abuse treatment programs, exists because of the Affordable Care Act , and Medicaid pays most of the costs.

Daviana Contreras, case manager, meets with Jason Lerczak at the...

Daviana Contreras, case manager, meets with Jason Lerczak at the Community Renewal Team's Hartford office for Re-Entry Recovery Services. Lerczak served a 15-year prison sentence before he started using the services at CRT two years ago.

Tickets on Sale in May for the Phantom of the Opera at Palace Theater

Cameron Mackintosh's spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA will go on sale May 15 at 10:00am for the premiere Waterbury engagement at the Palace Theater. With newly reinvented staging and stunning scenic design, this new version of PHANTOM is performed by a cast and orchestra of 52, making this one of the largest productions on tour in North America.

Trump among notable commencement speakers in Connecticut

Dr. Peter Jacoby, chairman of emergency medicine at St. Mary's Hospital in Waterbury, president of the Franklin Medical Group Dr. Peter Jacoby, chairman of emergency medicine at St. Mary's Hospital in Waterbury, president of the Franklin Medical Group From Will Ferrell to Mike Pence, a host of big names will be speaking at college commencement ceremonies this year. President Donald Trump will deliver the commencement address at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy on May 17, and Hillary Clinton biographer Gail Sheehy will speak at Goodwin College.

1-year-old child recovering after pit bull attack in Bridgeport

A 1-year-old is recovering after he was attacked by a pit bull in Bridgeport Monday afternoon, according to police. According to police, the child is from Waterbury but was staying with his grandparents in Bridgeport when the incident happened.

Waterbury store employee pleads guilty to food stamp fraud

An employee at a store in Waterbury has pled guilty to charges of food stamp fraud for allowing customers to redeem their benefits for cash and items such as bongs and hookahs. Deirdre M. Daly, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that Tahir Shahzad of Harrison, New York, waived his right to be indicted and pled guilty in Hartford to one count of unlawful use of food stamp benefits and one count of conspiracy to commit food stamp fraud.

Economist Don Klepper-Smith addresses the Greater Danbury Chamber of...

Economist Don Klepper-Smith addresses the Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce's annual Economic Forecast breakfast at Michael's at the Grove in Bethel on Wednesday. Economist Don Klepper-Smith addresses the Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce's annual Economic Forecast breakfast at Michael's at the Grove in Bethel on Wednesday.

Cruisin' Connecticut - " Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana Opens in Waterbury

The original Frank Pepe's opened in New Haven in 1925. Gas was 20 cents p/ gallon.

'Annie' Makes Two Connecticut Stops

The latest national tour of "Annie" plays Connecticut twice this month: April 23 at the Garde Arts Center in New London and April 29 at the Palace in Waterbury. The latest national tour of "Annie" plays Connecticut twice this month: April 23 at the Garde Arts Center in New London and April 29 at the Palace in Waterbury.

Borough churches to close

St. Hedwig and St. Mary churches will close, the latest in the Archdiocese of Hartford's plan to consolidate dwindling parishes. Tony Purcaro, president of the St. Mary Parish Council, said last week the archdiocese announced the decision to representatives from churches throughout the archdiocese at a meeting on April 3 in Bloomfield.

Art Made From Light, Bullets At Mattatuck

Four new exhibits -- art made from light, art made from bullets, photography and new acquisitions -- are on the walls now at the Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury. Read story here .

Veterans' grave stones discovered at Waterbury home

"Then, once we got them outside, we flipped them over and we were like 'gee, these are really heavy' and, sure enough, they were grave markers," said Arroyo.? One of those two stones honors Air Force Staff Sergeant Gerald Cucolo, a Korean War veteran. Arroyo contacted his brother through Facebook.

Jane Doe No More celebrates 10 years

Donna Palomba, a former Waterbury resident who was raped in her home in 1993, keeps talking about her assault. And the more she talks, the more the circle of sexual assault victims around her grows.

'Open carry' bill shot down in committee

Ron Pinciaro, executive director of CT Against Gun Violence, says that urban Democrats combined with Republicans in favor of gun rights, to kill legislation that would hve required those who openly carry handguns to show their permits when asked by police. less Ron Pinciaro, executive director of CT Against Gun Violence, says that urban Democrats combined with Republicans in favor of gun rights, to kill legislation that would hve required those who openly carry ... more Legislation was expected to die Friday that would have required gun owners who openly carry their weapons, to show their permits when asked by police.

Iconic Frank Pepea s Pizza coming to Waterbury

You don't have to live in New Haven to understand the widespread love for Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana, Connecticut's iconic third-generation owned and operated pizzeria since 1925. Now, Pepe's lovers can head to Waterbury for a slice of their favorite pie.

Police charge Waterbury man in drug bust

Naugatuck police executed a search warrant Wednesday morning at the home of 23-year-old Isaiah Colon, who lives in the Northwood Apartments at 140 Northridge Drive in Waterbury. Police seized 460 "folds" of heroin totaling 134 grams, 1.3 grams of crack cocaine, $9,165 in cash, five cell phones, a digital scale and packaging materials, according to police and court documents.

Markley to run for lieutenant governor

State Sen. Joseph Markley is the first Republican to declare as a candidate for the No. 2 job in state government.

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