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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.
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Med Board reprimands obstetrician, disciplines 2 other docs
The state Medical Examining Board disciplined three doctors this week, including reprimanding a Waterbury obstetrician for failing to perform a timely Caesarean section in a case in which the infant died. Dr. John Kaczmarek also failed to assess the infant's category III fetal heart monitor results on Aug. 10, 2014, at Waterbury Hospital, a consent order he signed with the board states.Police: $50,000 worth of items stolen during home invasion
A Waterbury man is facing charges after police say he robbed an elderly woman in her Washington home, and she couldn't get help until the next day since her phone was one of the stolen items. Michael J. Ferratto Jr., 30, is charged with first-degree larceny, first-degree burglary at night and home invasion stemming from an Aug. 29 incident, according to court records.Ridgefield Theater Barn produces Pulitzer Prize-winning Fences
The flow of talent from theater to theater and town to town up and down and across Connecticut is amazing. Since I cover so much Connecticut theater, I have a unique view.Med Board Reprimands Waterbury Obstetrician, Disciplines Two Other Docs
The state Medical Examining Board disciplined three doctors this week, including reprimanding a Waterbury obstetrician for failing to perform a timely Caesarean section in a case in which the infant died. The state Medical Examining Board disciplined three doctors this week, including reprimanding a Waterbury obstetrician for failing to perform a timely Caesarean section in a case in which the infant died.Section of Route 68 remains closed after accident, house fire
A portion of Route 68 remained closed Thursday morning following a one-car accident Wednesday that knocked out power to hundreds of homes and an early-morning house fire. Route 68, or Prospect Street, was closed between Union City Road and Locust Street at about 3 p.m. Wednesday after a black SUV crashed into two utility poles, taking out power to Eversource customers in three towns.Palace Theater History Class Begins, 3/2
The Palace Theater could have gone the way of the wrecking ball as so many historic theaters have, but was rescued from that fate to come back in a blaze of restored glory when it re-opened in 2004. Join Palace historian Louis Belloisy for a fascinating five-week class exploring the theater's beginnings and learn about its history, architecture, lore and roster of entertainers that have graced its stage that reads like a "Who's Who" from the world of entertainment.Wacky weather day: Wet in New Haven, snow in Waterbury
Stacks of medical records were tossed in a public dumpster for anyone to access and the Connecticut State Department of Health is investigating. Dozens of medical records were found buried in a dumpster behind Allied Medical Associates in Waterbury on Tuesday.Waterbury man goes to Haiti to show American compassion during alleged Trump remarks
Related Coverage WATERBURY, Conn. - Stuart Hirsch thrives during emergencies. He's the Director of Emergency Operations at St. Mary's Hospital.Items from closed antique store end up on television show
Pieces of the once-grand Howland-Hughes Department Store are finding their way into some of today's most popular television productions, including one that just picked up two Golden Globes. In two decades since the closure of Howland-Hughes Department Store, Hank Paine has been caretaker of the massive building on Bank Street and a collection of antiques hearkening back to its grand heyday.Naugatuck police blotter
Samantha Bombardier, 24, of Hard Street, Naugatuck, was charged Jan. 9 with third-degree burglary, second-degree criminal mischief, fourth-degree larceny and second-degree failure to appear. Police reported on Jan. 9 Bombardier was arrested on active arrest warrants.Almost 35 years ago, she let a stranger hold her newborn in a D.C....
Eleanor Williams, 52, at her home in Waterbury, Connecticut, last month. Williams' 3 1/2-month-old daughter was kidnapped in 1983, and it remains a cold case.Police arrest Connecticut man in series of armed robberies
Police have arrested a Connecticut man in connection with a series of armed robberies in the state as well as in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Authorities say 32-year-old Zachary Provost, of Waterbury, was charged with Hobbs Act Robbery at his arraignment Thursday.Man At Large After 115 MPH Dwi Wrong-Way Southeast Chase
State Police are on the lookout for a 22-year-old man who is wanted on a series of charges after allegedly drinking and driving more than 110 mph while attempting to evade police on I-84 in Putnam County late last year. An alert was issued this week for Waterbury, Conn.Police: Convicted sex offender asked girls for nude photos
Authorities say a convicted sex offender used his son's cellphone to solicit nude photos and send sexual messages to middle school-aged girls in Connecticut. The Republican-American reports 30-year-old Michael LaMountain, of Waterbury, was charged Tuesday in violation of his probation.Waterbury Parents Concerned About Icy Spots Near Schools
Parents pointed out a patch of ice and frozen slush just two blocks from Chase Elementary, a popular spot for parents to drop off their kids. The city said that while these paths were cleared after the snow storm, they admit the refreezing is becoming a problem.Waterbury Symphony Orchestra to perform in Litchfield
Celebrate the New Year with Heroic Music for Brass & Organ, presented as part of Waterbury Symphony Orchestra's Music in Great Spaces series. The tantalizing combination of brass and organ presented in a cathedral acoustic is one that cannot be replicated.
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