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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.

Population: 54740
Local Newspapers: Journal Inquirer
Local Sports Teams: Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL) New England Seawolves (AFL) UConn Huskies
Local Colleges: University of Connecticut

Zip Codes associated with manchester, connecticut: 06040 06042
Towns/Cities near manchester, connecticut : Hartford Bowers Buckley Vernon Martins Storrs

Manchester News
Manchester High School Presents 'You're a Good Man, Charlie...

Sally Brown, played by Amber Moriarty, during Manchester High School dress rehearsal of "You're A Good Man Charlie Brown" Tuesday afternoon. THe play runs Thursday through Sunday at the high school auditorium.

Manchester Officer Resigned Under Pressure

A decorated police officer and veteran of the Iraq War resigned under pressure after an investigation found he lied about using town-compensated military leave, according to an internal affairs report. A decorated police officer and veteran of the Iraq War resigned under pressure after an investigation found he lied about using town-compensated military leave, according to an internal affairs report.

Rag Rug Project Upcycles Old Cloth

Jacinth tries her hand at weaving cloth on the WPA-era Adah Alison loom, as part of a community rag rug project. Jacinth tries her hand at weaving cloth on the WPA-era Adah Alison loom, as part of a community rag rug project.

Historical Society Remembers Jump Into Fame

Adeline Gray poses in her signature white flight suit, before making her historic jump with a nylon parachute at Brainard Field in Hartford. Adeline Gray poses in her signature white flight suit, before making her historic jump with a nylon parachute at Brainard Field in Hartford.

Police: Conn. man drove 124 mph with drugs in car

Police say they've arrested a man who was clocked driving 124 mph on a Connecticut highway with drugs in his car. State police say 22-year-old Matthew Milone tried to elude troopers on I-384 in Manchester.

Town Readies For 'Stop The Bleed' Event

The Manchester Chamber of Commerce and the Town of Manchester have teamed together for the Stop The Bleed event, on March 31. The Stop the Bleed program is a nationwide initiative which teaches citizens lifesaving bleeding control techniques, to stop injured victims from bleeding early on in emergencies. "It looks to empower citizens to use tourniquets, to use wound packets, and pressure dressings to stop life threatening hemorrhage where, literally, seconds count," Beaulieu.

Connecticut man pleaded guilty in 5-month-old childa s death

The Hartford Courant reports that 25-year-old Joshua Maldonado pleaded guilty last week to first-degree manslaughter in the death of the child in May 2016. Maldonado called 911 from a Manchester apartment asking for an ambulance because a baby he was watching had stopped breathing.

Guests Love Stupid Cupid Ball

When David Carlson organized the first annual Stupid Cupid Steampunk Ball, he launched it in Norwich as part of the town's arts and entertainment-oriented First Friday events. The next year, it was moved to Mansfield-Storrs, but on Saturday, Feb. 24, the third annual Steampunk Ball came to Cheney Hall in Manchester, and in Manchester, he says, it will stay.

Damato Apartments In Manchester Sold For $46.56 Million

The 388 units sold for $120,000 each, Rick Chozick of Chozick Realty Inc. said. The Hartford-based realty company represented the purchaser, Chester Homes LLC, a New York-based investment group, Chozick said.

Hartford Man Pleads Guilty In Death Of Baby Whose Crying Annoyed Him

A man charged with killing a 5-month-old Manchester boy in May 2016 pleaded guilty Friday to first-degree manslaughter and faces 12 years in prison when he is sentenced May 4. Joshua Maldonado, 25, of Hartford, gave Manchester police several stories before finally admitting that the baby's crying annoyed him, according to the warrant for his arrest. He was initially charged with first-degree manslaughter, first-degree assault and risk of injury to a minor.

Supreme Being Bodywork Owner Fulfills Dream

Supreme Being Bodywork is a massage therapy office that prides itself in listening to the client's body and needs. "Time really flew by.

Manchester Police Charge Man With Robbery, Assault

Tyron Barnes, 21, of Manchester, faces charges that include first-degree robbery, third-degree assault and criminal use of a firearm. Tyron Barnes, 21, of Manchester, faces charges that include first-degree robbery, third-degree assault and criminal use of a firearm.

Manchester Manager's Budget Carries 3.5 Percent Tax Hike

Town taxpayers have had a breather for the past two fiscal years, with budgets that required no more than a .5 percent tax increase, but shrinking, unreliable state funding and rising costs make the respite unsustainable, General Manager Scott Shanley told the board of directors Wednesday morning. Shanley's recommended spending plan for fiscal year 2018-19 carries a 3.5 percent tax increase.

Police: Man attempts to swallow drugs during Union traffic stop

A Hartford man was arrested after he allegedly attempted to swallow drugs when he was pulled over in a stolen car in Union on Tuesday night. Police say at around 7:17 p.m. , Connecticut State Police troopers were patrolling I-84 eastbound in Tolland when a registration check of vehicle driving by revealed that it had been stolen out of Manchester back in December.

Democrat Nicole Lake Announces Run For Manchester's 12th House District

Attorney Nicole Lake on Tuesday announced a run for the 12th House District, a challenge to the former state representative who is seeking to reclaim the seat. Lake's announcement also included supportive comments from three Democratic members of Manchester's state delegation, Reps.

Salty Ball Welcomes Pirates

Arghh! It's not every day that a band of buccaneers and their female consorts invade the local Baymount Suites Hotel. On Saturday, Feb. 24, contingents of pirates arrived from ports all along the eastern seaboard and as far west as California, not to pillage but to celebrate the 8th annual "Salty Ball," a night of merrymaking that helps to raise awareness and funds in the fight against testicular cancer.

Shelton nurse among 5 disciplined by Connecticut Nursing Board

The state Board of Examiners for Nursing has disciplined five nurses for lapses in care, including a Manchester nurse in connection with a patient in Massachusetts who died. On Feb. 21, the Connecticut board reprimanded Elinor Riberio, a licensed practical nurse from Manchester, and placed her license on probation for one year in connection with the Massachusetts case.

Eastern VHF/UHF/Microwave Conference Solicits Papers and Speakers Presentations

The 2018 Eastern VHF/UHF/Microwave Conference is seeking papers and speakers for the annual event, April 20 - 22, in Manchester, Connecticut. "Please consider writing a paper or giving a presentation," said conference co-chair Paul Wade, W1GHZ, in a NEWSVHF post.

Man sought after striking Hartford cruisers during police chase

Hartford police are looking for the man who allegedly attempted to hit officers with a stolen car after he was found unconscious in it on Tuesday night. Police say at around 10 p.m, officers responded to the rear of 24 Mahl Avenue to locate a mini-van that was reported stolen from Manchester .

Love Shown To First Responders

This was the second annual First Responders Breakfast. The event was created by Activities Director Laurie Robinson, after first responders saved the life of Arbors employee Guy Feeney.

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