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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
Feature: Should Statutes of Limitations for Rape Be Abolished?

John was away for a long weekend, and Donna and her two young children were asleep when she awoke to the sound of heavy footsteps. She remembers seeing a masked man and screaming.

Waterbury, Conn., looking for provider for 3 DC plans

Waterbury, Conn., is searching for a service provider for the city's three defined contribution plans with about $115 million in total assets.

Police: Find-my-phone feature helped track auto thief to Connecticut

A 36-year-old Fell Twp. man stole a car and a mobile phone and hit the road, only to be thwarted when authorities used the phone's location-tracking software to nab him in Connecticut, police said.

Woman denied early release in kidnapping, death of teen

Maryann Measles, 13, of New Milford was the vitrim of rape and murder in October 1997, a crime for which seven men and women were arrested, convicted and sentenced over the next nine years. Courtesy of the Measles family Maryann Measles, 13, of New Milford was the vitrim of rape and murder in October 1997, a crime for which seven men and women were arrested, convicted and sentenced over the next nine years.

Diana Krall to perform in Waterbury Oct. 3

Tickets are now available. jazz pianist and world-renowned singer, Diana Krall is scheduled to perform Oct. 3 at the Palace Theater in Waterbury.

Records reveal Correa talked the talk during parole proceedings

Sergio Correa told members of the state Board of Pardons and Paroles in November 2016 he had a "game plan." Incarcerated since he committed armed robberies and shootings in Waterbury as a 16-year-old, Correa said he was a different person when, at age 25, he went before a three-member panel after serving the 85 percent of his sentence required for violent offenses under the "Truth in Sentencing Act" passed by Connecticut lawmakers in 1995.  He submitted a neatly typewritten "Game Plan" indicating he wanted to finish school and get a job within a year, open a boutique clothing store and buy a house within five years and do charitable work, such as helping battered women and underprivileged kids.

'Bob' Neth

Robert "Bob" Neth, 83, entered eternity June 10, 2018. A native of Waterbury, Conn., he was the son of the late Marshall and Dorothy Reynolds Neth.

Waterbury 911 Calls Deleted During Software Upgrade: Police

Thousands of 911 calls were erased from the Waterbury Police Department's hard drive during a software update, according to the interim police chief. "This is an issue for us," said Chief Fernando Spagnolo.

Man Ran Over 'Multitude' Of Canada Geese On Purpose, CT EnCon PD Say

A Connecticut man is facing cruelty charges after being caught on video intentionally running over Canada geese over the weekend, police said. The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection announced that Waterbury resident Moses Wilson, 70, was taken into police custody after being busted running over geese early on Sunday morning.

Man facing charges after running over geese

A Connecticut man who authorities say ran over geese with his car as they crossed a road has been charged with animal cruelty. Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection police say 70-year-old Moses Wilson called Waterbury police and confessed to running over the geese Sunday morning.

Lawyer in pasta assault must pay woman $103G, jury says

A woman was awarded more than $100,000 after she was struck by a bowl of pasta thrown during an argument at a Connecticut restaurant. A woman who was struck by a bowl of pasta during an argument involving a man at a Connecticut restaurant was awarded more than $100,000 by a jury last month.

Police searching for hit-and-run suspect who injured child

Shocking. Disturbing. Upsetting. All of those words are being used to describe what happened as a second grader from Bucks Hill Elementary School was trying to run across the street to catch his school bus.

Naugatuck police blotter

Allison M. Greene, 46, of 15 Greenmount Terrace, Waterbury, was charged May 29 with sixth-degree larceny and conspiracy to commit sixth-degree larceny. Police reported on May 29 at approximately 8:18 p.m. officers responded to Walmart for a larceny complaint.

Connecticut Reacts to Changes in Miss America Competition

The announcement comes as the Miss Connecticut Scholarship Organization, the local affiliate of Miss America, gets ready to hold its annual pageant in at the Palace Theater in Waterbury. "This does not affect this weekend," said Nakiya Troth, Executive Director of the Miss Connecticut Scholarship Organization.

Police Blotter: Officers Arrest Waterbury Man in Connection To Some Recent Car Break-Ins

On Tuesday, May 29, Orange Patrol Officers reportedly saw a vehicle parked while running off the side of the street on Dogwood Road at 1:56 a.m. Aware of recent car burglaries, officers made a motor vehicle stop. According to the report, the vehicle was occupied by five people, including the arrestee, Juan Lozada, 24, of Waterbury, who was the driver.

Protesters to hit Waterbury streets over garbage plan

On Saturday, they will join forces with the South End Neighborhood Association to show their frustration about the expansion of the garbage transfer station on Railroad Hill Street in the city's south end. Rep. Geraldo Reyes is also the President of the South End Neighborhood Association.

Suspect in Griswold triple murder tasted freedom only briefly

To continue reading this premium story, you need to become a member. Click below to take advantage of an exclusive offer for new members: Sergio Correa and Ruth Correa, both suspects in the triple murder, home invasion and arson case in Griswold on Dec. 20, 2017, in which Matthew Lindquist, 21, and his parents, Kenneth and Janet Lindquist, were brutally killed, are seen in this composite image.

West Hartford Names Sedgwick Middle School's Sonya Stemmer Teacher Of The Year

Sonya Stemmer, a Sedgwick Middle School language arts teacher and team leader since 2012, was named West Hartford 's Teacher of the Year Thursday night. "I am overwhelmed and filled with so much emotion," Stemmer said after receiving the award, a golden apple.

Palace Theater Stocks The Pantry Collection Site Helping Make Hunger Disappear

The Palace Theater is working some of its magic to help United Way of Greater Waterbury and Connecticut Food Bank Stock the Pantry to make hunger disappear in the greater Waterbury region. Now through June 20th the theater will be a collection drop-off site for cereal, shelf-stable milk, macaroni & cheese and canned tuna or chicken all foods from Stock the Pantry's priority wish list of most needed items.

Summer Yoga Session At the Palace Theater Announced

The Palace Theater resumes its popular Gentle Flow Yoga classes with a six week summer session beginning June 18 noon to 1:00pm and running through July 23. Cost for the six week session is $72 and is payable at the first class. Drop-in participants are also welcome, cost is $15 per session.

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