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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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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
Engagement, Tiadora I. Josef and Mark J. Santiago. Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Josef of Northridge Drive, Middlebury, announce the engagement of their daughter, Tiadora Inglese Josef, to Mark Joseph Santiago, son of Mrs. and Mrs. Jose Santiago of Farmington Avenue, Waterbury.Commercial lending, wider margin boost Webster's profit
Webster Financial in Waterbury, Conn., leaned heavily on commercial lending to boost its quarterly earnings. The $26 billion-asset company said in a press release Friday that its second-quarter profit rose by 22% to $61.6 million, or 64 cents a share.Is There a Former Whipping Post on the Waterbury Green?
A wooden and metal post located on the Waterbury Green is stirring up questions in the city as to what it is. The post received attention after someone recently posted a performance art photo on social media of a young lady displayed as a slave with her arms tied around the post.Katherine Berman, Wife Of ESPN Personality Chris Berman, Died From Blunt Trauma, Drowning
Katherine Berman died from injuries she suffered after her car struck the back end of another vehicle in Middlebury in May, the state medical examiner has determined. Dr. James Gill, the chief state medical examiner, ruled Berman's death was an accident and said she died from blunt trauma and drowning.Warrant: Man Charged In Berlin Motel Clerk's Slaying Convinced People Were Out To Get Him
Paranoid and under the influence of PCP early Sunday, Rahheem McDonald was convinced that the night clerk at the Day's Inn on the Berlin Turpike in Berlin was conspiring with people who were out to get him, court records show. In a confession to state police detectives hours after they say he fired a 9mm bullet into Pratikkumar Jagani's forehead, McDonald said he believed Jagani was conspiring with a woman at the motel "to tell people that were after him where he was," according to the warrant for McDonald's arrest.New Miss Connecticut Crowned
Eliza Lynne Kanner, a 21-year-old resident of Hamden, and a student at the University of Connecticut, earned the coveted title, beating out a field of 19 other accomplished and talented women. Kanner said that it was an amazing feeling to earn the crown, after having been involved in the program for most of her life.As Connecticut loses big firms, small businesses stay put
When Charles Pugliese started the small hardware manufacturer Sperry Automatics in 1964, he could easily pluck business from the brass mills and other factories in the Naugatuck Valley. "We would just go down the street and pick up all kinds of orders, work with people locally," said Pugilese from his behind his desk in Naugatuck, surrounded by small metal parts made in the factory.Parole denied in 31-year-old murder
A former Waterbury man, convicted 28 years ago of fatally stabbing a Naugatuck woman and dumping her body behind a store here, has been denied parole. During the hearing the victim's family urged the board to show the same consideration for Toupin that he showed for the victim.Two Convicted With Murder In 2015 Stabbing Death Of Bridgeport Barber
Two people were found guilty in connection with the murder of a 28-year-old Bridgeport barber who was killed in a home invasion in 2015, according to the Connecticut Post. A jury on Friday found 39-year-old Mario Varela of Hartford and 40-year-old Orlando Pacheco of Waterbury guilty of felony murder, murder, home invasion, first-degree robbery and risk of injury to a minor, the Connecticut Post reported.4th of July fireworks shows: is the bang worth the buck?
As most of us get ready to celebrate the red, white and blue, it's been the lack of green from Hartford that's hampered many Connecticut cities and towns. That's also caused some locals to think long and hard about whether to pay for 4th of July fireworks displays.Ansonia Riverwalk gets $1.7 million grant for transportation...
The money is earmarked for sidewalks and bike paths connecting West Main Street to the river's edge, two of the eight sections of the Riverwalk loop, around the Naugatuck River between Bridge street and Division streets. The current plan also lays out the construction of a mini-lighthouse that Mayor David Cassetti said "will serve as the beacon of the Valley and a source of pride for Ansonia residents," in a statement.Milford man dies in motorcycle crash on Rt. 8
A 25-year-old Milford man died Thursday evening after losing control of his motorcycle on Rt. 8 in Waterbury.Waterbury woman charged with animal abuse
UConn men's basketball head coach Kevin Ollie opened the second Kevin's Kourt, in South Windsor, on June 16. The South Windsor location is at the South Windsor Community Center, 150 Nevers Road, and now shares space with the adjacent barrier-free playground, My Friends Place. "This is the first time we've partnered with the 'Boundless Playground,' and it's just going to be wonderful," Ollie said.Police charge woman with stealing, cashing patient's checks
A 48-year-old Waterbury woman is facing multiple larceny and forgery charges for stealing checks from a patient at RegalCare at Prospect while she worked at the nursing home and rehabilitation center. Police arrested Bernice Harris, 48, Waterbury on a warrant this month.State Police: Motorcyclist Died After Trying To Stop On A Wet I-84
A 62-year-old Middletown man died after he tried to stop his motorcycle on a wet, traffic-clogged highway in Cheshire Tuesday, state police said. Charles Harold Tuscano of Plaza Drive was taken to St. Mary's Hospital in Waterbury after the crash, which happened about 4:45 p.m. on I-84 east, they said.Motor vehicle accident rips side of Comcast bucket truck in Waterbury
According to Waterbury Police, at approximately 8:45 p.m., officers responded to the area of Bunker Hill Avenue and Bamford for reports of a motor vehicle accident with injuries. When officers got there, they learned that a 2008 Ford bucket truck owned by Comcast was traveling east on Bunker Hill Avenue when it collided with a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee that was traveling west.
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