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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
Teen found safe after running from school
An altercation between two students at Woodland Regional High School preceded one of the students running off and a multi-town search to locate him Thursday afternoon, according to officials. Police found the student, identified by Connecticut State Police as 16-year-old Brandon Filippone of Prospect, safe at the Waterbury train station on Meadow Street after about six hours of searching for him, police said.Commission continues hearing on private school
The second round of the public hearing on a proposed private high school on May Street brought further details on the project and more questions from residents. Yeshivas Ohr HaChaim, a Waterbury-based Jewish community, is seeking to build an all-boys Jewish high school along with housing on a 56-acre parcel at 874 May St. The plans include two dorms, a gymnasium and 86 housing units that will be a combination of two-family townhouses and single-family homes.CAA Members To Perform Sunday
Don't think young people are into the accordion? Think again. It's becoming "cool" to play the instrument that does it all: classical, jazz, pop and the ever popular ethnic music.Giant cross at former Holy Land theme park is vandalized
Thank you for reading 10 free articles on Fredericksburg.com. You can come back at the end of your 30-day period for another 10 free articles, or you can purchase a subscription and continue to enjoy valuable local news and information.Indiana man charged in fatal Connecticut crash
Connecticut State Police have charged an Indiana man with manslaughter in connection with a chain-reaction crash that killed a 19-year-old woman. Police say 31-year-old Jasvir Singh, of Indianapolis, also faces charges of giving a false statement, following too closely and using an electronic device while driving stemming from the five-vehicle crash on Interstate 84 in Waterbury in January 2016 that claimed the life of Casey Lynne Giannone.Mansfield to lose $2 million in Malloy budget proposal
In Governor Dannel Malloy's proposed state budget announced last Wednesday, Mansfield will lose $2,539,818 in funding for the next fiscal year. With the $2 million projected loss, Mansfield would receive $18,573,381 total in state aid for the next fiscal year.Workshops planned to help residents with personal finances
Free events are being held at four of Connecticut's American Job Centers to help families and individuals with their personal finances. Part of "Connecticut Saves Week," the workshops will focus on the importance of saving money, strategies to reach career and financial goals, how to manage credit and reduce debt.Community snaphots
They are looking for information about Juan Francisco Veliz of Birch Street Road in Waterbury, who turned 29 Wednesday, they said. He failed to show up in court on domestic violence charges.Waterbury man sent to prison for distributing heroin
A Waterbury man has been sentenced to 52 months in prison and three years of supervised release for his role in distributing heroin. The U.S Attorney for Connecticut says 38 year old Ronald Weaver actions led to the overdose death of a woman in Newton in March.With primitive equipment, doctors performed miracles
Physicians didn't know the origins of disease. Infection was not yet a word. Anesthesia was nearly 100 years into the future.Metro-North Connecticut Branches Lose Ridership
From New Canaan to Waterbury to Danbury, ridership on Metro North's Connecticut branch lines fell in 2016, compared to the year prior, the fifth time in six years that's happened. While the decreases on all three lines were less than 3 percent, it stands in stark contrast to the increase in riders on the New Haven Line, the busiest commuter rail line in the country.Gun owners firing back over proposed pistol permit hikes
Governor Dannel Malloy is proposing to jack up pistol permit fees in our state by 400 percent. He says it'll help shrink the massive state budget deficit.Baseball Opening Day in Hartford Approaches
Construction crews have been working each day to make sure the park is ready for baseball, after the entire 2016 was lost, due to construction delays and tension between the City of Hartford, and previous developer, Centerplan, which was fired last June. "As I've said all along the way, until that first pitch is thrown out, I'm not waving any banners but I think they continue to make very good progress and it continues to be a good strong partnership between the city, Arch Insurance, and the contractor Whiting Turner," said Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin.'George and Gracie' A Time Capsule Of Hokey, Big Laughs
"American Cornball" is a wonderful book by Christopher Miller, first published in 2014 and now in paperback. Subtitled "A Laffopedic Guide to the Formerly Funny," it purports to be a "guide to the things that used to make America laugh."Driver not wearing seat belt leads to cocaine bust
Police say a Pennsylvania man who drew the attention of a Connecticut state trooper because he wasn't wearing a seat belt has been arrested on drug charges after nearly nine pounds of cocaine were found in his vehicle.Naugatuck police blotter
Police reported on Feb. 6 at approximately 12:24 p.m. Delgado turned herself in on an active arrest warrant. The warrant was for a criminal mischief complaint reported on Dec. 24, 2016 in the Walmart parking lot.
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