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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of west-central Connecticut north-northwest of New Haven. Incorporated as a town in 1686 and as a city in 1853, it is today a manufacturing center. Population: 107,000.

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  • n. a city in west central Connecticut

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  • WATERBURY - Police in three towns worked with the U.S. Department of Justice on Friday to arrest six people, four in Waterbury and two in Watertown, for possession of child pornography.

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  • WATERBURY -- A 21-year old Waterbury woman suffered serious injuries when a large tree branch fell on her as she was walking on Mansfield Avenue on Wednesday afternoon.

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  • WATERBURY - The man whom the mayor of East Haven is blaming for that city's $2 million budget shortfall is starting work today in Waterbury as the financial controller of the city's water and sewer department.

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  • WATERBURY -- Traffic on Interstate 84 east through Waterbury is backed up about 1 mile at this hour because of an accident near Exit 23.

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  • WATERBURY -- A Waterbury woman died of swine flu early Monday morning at Waterbury Hospital after a two-week hospitalization.

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  • WATERBURY -- For the past seven months, the Waterbury area has served as testing ground for a radical change in state-provided health care, although few people have heard about it.

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  • WATERBURY - Officials in Waterbury, Conn., say 16 people have been injured in an early morning fire at an apartment building for the elderly.

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  • WATERBURY - The 2009 Irish Mayor for the Day William McCarthy addressed the crowd Tuesday in front of the Chase Municipal Building on Grand Street, Waterbury.

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  • Jessica Hill/Associated Press Connecticut gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley, a Republican, posed for a photo at a campaign stop in Waterbury, Conn.,

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  • This years dates are May 14th-16th, and Spinhandspun will spend the weekend in Waterbury displaying images from public guerrilla knit installations, and peddling fine wooly schwag.

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