Waterbury, CT 06702
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Waterbury is a
city in New Haven County, Connecticut, 33
miles (53 km) southwest of Hartford on the
Naugatuck River. As of the 2000 census, the
city had a total population of 107,271 and
was the fifth-largest city in Connecticut.
In the past, Waterbury had large industrial
interests, and was the leading center of the
United States for the manufacture of
brassware (including castings and finishings).
It was noted for the manufacture of watches
and clocks. Waterbury's nickname is Brass
City. Indeed, the city's motto is Quid Aere
Perennius, which means "What Is More Lasting
The city is on Interstate 84 and is the
hometown of former Connecticut Governor John
G. Rowland who spent a year in jail for
ethical violations stemming from corruption.
The city has a Metro North railroad station
and is home to Post University and a
regional campus of the University of
Felony and misdemeanor criminal court records.