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Manchester was first settled by colonists in 1672. It quickly became a farming community, but due to the fact that the many waterways provided power, the town was quickly transformed into an industrial center with power, paper, lumber and textile industries. In 1838, the Cheney family began the world's largest silk mill. The mills, the homes of the owners and workers of the mills, are now part of the Cheney Brothers Historic District, which is now a National Historic Landmark.
Local Newspapers: Journal Inquirer
Local Sports Teams: Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL) New England Seawolves (AFL) UConn Huskies
Local Colleges: University of Connecticut
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Towns/Cities near manchester, connecticut : Hartford Bowers Buckley Vernon Martins Storrs
Two Manchester High Students Arrested After Pepper Spray Incident
Two students were arrested Monday after one sprayed the other with commercial pepper spray at Manchester High School, police said. Hallways were cleared and students were kept in their classrooms until the end of the day to allow ventilation, Principal Katelyn Miner wrote in a letter to the school community.Manchester Commission Approves Hindu Temple
An illustration of the Hindu temple to be built on Burnham Street Ext., shown at the planning and zoning commission meeting in Lincoln Center. An illustration of the Hindu temple to be built on Burnham Street Ext., shown at the planning and zoning commission meeting in Lincoln Center.Manchester Town Historian Vivian Ferguson
Vivian Berthe Firato Ferguson _ whose many roles in town included municipal historian, founding member of the historical society, elected official, cookbook author and radio host _ died on Sunday. She was 92. Ferguson was born at her aunt and uncle's house on Oakland Street.Warming Hands, Warming Hearts Succeeds Again
The five chambers of commerce in the East of the River Chambers of Commerce Association once again converged to help the needy battle the cold of the winter season, through the 4th annual Warming Hands, Warming Hearts winter clothing drive. New hats, coats, mittens, socks, scarves, gloves, boots, and other winter items were gathered by the collective chambers' members, and compiled at the Warming Hands, Warming Hearts culmination event on Nov. 29 at Georgina's, in Bolton.86'd Culinary Collision Hosts Finals Monday
Chef Dante Cistulli of Savoy Pizzeria and Craig Hutchinson of [oink] competed at Hartford Flavor in the second installment of "86'D: A Culinary Collision," a series of local chef competitions. Read story here .Community News For The Manchester Edition
Children's Reading Partners, Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford and the West Hartford Rotary Club are teaming up for the fourth annual Greater Hartford Holiday Book Drive, which provides new and gently used books to at-risk elementary school students across our region. The book drive will run through Dec. 18, with four drop-off locations in West Hartford, one in Manchester , and an online donation option.Temple Proposed In Manchester To Serve Growing Hindu Population
The growing population of Hindus in the area has prompted a congregation's proposal to build a temple in Manchester. The planning and zoning commission is to consider an application from OM Foundation, Inc. to construct a 10,125-square-foot temple on vacant land on Burnham Street Ext.Pearl Harbor survivor shares his story with News 8
WTNH.com Staff Published: December 7, 2017, 5:21 pm Related Coverage MANCHESTER, Conn. - At a ceremony to commemorate the 76th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, News 8 spoke with 94-year-old veteran Floyd Welch, who shared his personal experiences of what happened that historic day.WORK_SPACE Filled With Art
Artist Christiane O'Brien is the curator for the gallery. O'Brien and other artists are showcased on the second floor.NJ Police: Stopped Connecticut Couple Had $8,000 In Suspected Drug Cash
A Connecticut couple stopped in New Jersey near the New York border with $8,000 in suspected drug money weren't into telling the truth - which ended up sending one of them to jail, authorities said. Mahwah Police Officer Tyler Boucher spotted a small amount of pot in the lap of 37-year-old passenger McClendon Jones of Hartford after stopping a vehicle driven by Shian Anderson, 25, of Manchester on southbound Route 287, Police Chief James N. Batelli said.Verplanck School Makes Thanksgiving Possible For Families
Full Gospel Interdenominational Church of Manchester, New River Church Community Church of Manchester, and Crossroads Community Cathedral of East Hartford all participated. "We are so grateful for them because they came in at the nick of time," Family Resource Center Coordinator Rachel Hyman said.Suspect In Manchester Child's Death Posts Bail
Sage Warburton, 25, faces charges of risk of injury to a minor and third-degree assault for hitting the child in the head about a month before he died, according to the warrant for his arrest. Bail was set at $500,000 at Warburton's arraignment at Superior Court in Manchester last month, apparently in anticipation of additional charges related to the toddler's death, but no additional charges have been filed and police have not drafted an additional warrant for Warburton's arrest, prosecutor Donna Mambrino told Hartford Superior Court Judge Laura F. Baldini.Joey Garlic's To Open Manchester Restaurant
Owners of Joey Garlic's restaurants are renovating the former Carrabba's Italian Grill on Red Stone Road, working toward a May or June opening. Owners of Joey Garlic's restaurants are renovating the former Carrabba's Italian Grill on Red Stone Road, working toward a May or June opening.Charges Against Manchester Dentist Dropped
The Manchester state's attorney decided on Nov. 3 not to prosecute charges of fourth-degree sexual assault and breach of peace against Jatinder Sharma, Deputy Chief Clerk Antonio D'Addeo said Thursday. A woman filed a complaint with police on May 31, saying she quit her job at Signature Smiles on Pleasant Valley Road a day earlier after Sharma touched her inappropriately and tried to convince her to have sex, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.Manchester Police Say Man Raped 'Cohabiting' Victim
Police say a man who raped a former live-in partner dismissed the victim's complaints by calling the incident "rough sex." Peter Krystofalski, 28, was arrested Tuesday on a charge of sexual assault in a spousal or cohabiting relationship, a felony punishable by 1-20 years in prison.Burst Pipe Closes Manchester Elementary School For Second Day
A crew was working Thursday to dry out electrical panels so the school on Dartmouth Road could open Friday morning, School Superintendent Matt Geary said. The pipe burst early Wednesday morning, flooding the basement and wetting electrical panels.Thanksgiving Found In A Good Neighbor
More than simply a good neighbor, Diane Kyle gave real meaning to Thanksgiving by providing hospice care for Eileen Medeiros in her own home. More than simply a good neighbor, Diane Kyle gave real meaning to Thanksgiving by providing hospice care for Eileen Medeiros in her own home.Access Health CT, Rep. Joe Courtney announce enrollment fair in New...
Access Health CT CEO Jim Wadleigh and Representative Joe Courtney on Wednesday announced the details of the third enrollment fair during the 2018 Open Enrollment period. On Saturday, December 2, 2017, a team of Access Health CT staff, enrollment specialists, certified application counselors, and brokers will provide free in-person assistance to help consumers shop for healthcare coverage from 10:00 AM to 2:00 pm at the New London Opportunities Industrialization Center .Once Banned Sign Goes Up At Manchester Lingerie Shop
With recent approval from the town planning and zoning commission, the Eleganza Moda sign now features an illustration of a woman's upper torso with a bra, an image that planning and economic development Director Gary Anderson initially said "could be easily misinterpreted." Shop co-owner Antonio Pascarella said he hoped the new sign will boost what has been dismal business.Police: Man broke into Dunkina Donuts to support drug habit
A man charged with 22 break-ins at Dunkin' Donuts shops in at least 10 Connecticut communities wasn't after a cup of coffee or a pastry. Police say 32-year-old Brett Johnson told investigators he burglarized the coffee shops to support a $300-a-day oxycodone habit.
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