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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
Sam's Club Customer Turned Away While Trying to Make a Return
Sam's Club says a customer was mistakenly turned away when he tried to make a return to the soon-to-be-closed Manchester store. The abrupt closing of Sam's Clubs in Manchester and Orange is causing concern for some customers trying to return items.Walmart to Shutter 63 Sam's Clubs; 10 Units To Shift To eCommerce Hubs
Sam's Club, a division of Walmart, abruptly announced on January 11 that it will close 63 stores nationally. Approximately 10 stores closed on the same day as the announcement; the rest are slated to be shuttered by the middle of February.The Sixth Annual CT Printmakers Invitational Makes A Splash
The free gallery ended just before New Year's Eve and was curated by Krista Narciso. This was the final show in which Jane Rainwater will act as Dehn Gallery Curator.Chili Cook Off Raises Funds For Boy With Seizure Disorder
Kathy Freedman, Howell Cheney Tech Culinary Arts instructor Roxanne Ballachino, Michael Freedman, and chili cook Deb Roberge took a break from the fire department turned chili fest to pose for a picture. Kathy Freedman, Howell Cheney Tech Culinary Arts instructor Roxanne Ballachino, Michael Freedman, and chili cook Deb Roberge took a break from the fire department turned chili fest to pose for a picture.Community News For The East Hartford Edition
The Hillstown Grange is holding a literary evening called Meet the authors on Friday, Jan. 26, at 7:30 p.m. at the Hillstown Grange Hall on 617 Hills St. The theme of the evening is "Homecoming." The authors are all local and will have copies of their works available for purchase.Jewish Community Launches Food Drive for Families Displaced by Hurricane
Customers who drove to Sam's Club at 2 Boston Post Road Thursday were confused to find the store had closed without any notice. Upon learning this location would close permanently Jan. 26, many people said they felt betrayed and angry.Police: Man forged hospitalized woman's checks, stole $6,000
Connecticut police say a man forged thousands of dollars in checks he stole from a hospitalized woman to fund his crack cocaine addiction. Police say 30-year-old Michael Falzone told officers he understood what he did was wrong and let his addiction get to him before his arrest on Jan. 5. Police started investigating the Manchester man after the woman's relatives reported a checkbook and cellphone were missing from her apartment in June 2017.Manchester's Agreement With Master Developer To End Soon
Early in 2016, the town signed an agreement with a developer that called for mixed use development on Broad Street to begin within two years. Because of an adverse court decision, however, the 17-acre town-owned site remains vacant and planned redevelopment is still only a concept.Police, Firefighters Rescue Residents From Fire At Senior Apartments In Manchester
Police officers and firefighters carried elderly and disabled tenants out of the smoke-filled top floor of an apartment building after a blaze broke out Tuesday morning. No one was injured, but in a case of incredibly bad timing, fire-suppression sprinklers in the Bennet Apartments on Main Street had been turned off the night before because of a leak, Fire Chief David Billings said.Manchester Schools Chief Seeks 4.4 Percent Spending Hike
The school superintendent has recommended a 4.4 percent spending increase for fiscal year 2018-19, a budget he says is driven by higher costs for salaries, benefits and other obligations and board of education priorities. The $116.65 million proposed spending plan that Superintendent Matt Geary presented to the board this week would be a $4.9 million increase over the current budget.St. Mary's Episcopal Church Welcomes New Reverend
Johnson said one of her main goals is to bring the ministry outside of the four walls of St. Mary's. "The conversation for so many generations has been within the church and for the church to change the conversation to, 'God is already doing this work out in the world' and we need to join in on that and see what God is doing in our local community," Johnson said.High School Boys Basketball: East Catholic Tops State Poll, Xavier's Benigni Stands Out
East Catholic-Manchester opens as the state's No.1 boys basketball team in The Courant's first ratings of 2017-18. The Eagles are off to a fine start, 6-0 and haven't been even remotely in a close game yet, topping their opponents by an average of 32 points including a 78-42 win over Bassick-Bridgeport and 70-36 win over East Hartford.Manchester Man Charged With Stealing From Hospitalized Woman
A self-described crack addict who was working as a nursing assistant for a local woman wrote checks totaling about $6,000 from the victim's account while she was hospitalized, police said. A man complained to police in late June on behalf of his sister, who had suffered a stroke in April and was hospitalized and in rehabilitative care for months afterward.Manchester Police Officer Claims She Was 'Blacklisted' In Federal Suit
A police officer has filed a federal lawsuit against department administrators, contending she was shut out of a training program and ostracized because of her work with another female cop. Officer Maria Garay, a 16-year veteran, contends she was "blacklisted" as a training officer in 2015 because her supervisors disapproved of Garay passing a female recruit through the department's field training program.Highland School Teams With TCB To Give Back
Three families benefited from the TCB Toy Drive. TCB also had enough funds left to supply gift cards to Highland Park Market for the families.Cue Up: Six Spots For A Casual Game Of Pool In Greater Hartford
In this c, Tracy Longoria plays with goats at her Aussakita Acres farm in Manchester, Conn. The farm is partnering with the Hartford Yard Goats, the Double-A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies baseball team to offer goat yoga at Dunkin Donuts Park, the team's $71 million stadium in Hartford.Former VFW Hall Transformed Into Martial Arts Studio
Left to right, Taekwondo master Jin Park, local real estate broker Carl Zinsser and Nico Martinez, a taekwondo instructor, at US Taekwondo on Friday. Left to right, Taekwondo master Jin Park, local real estate broker Carl Zinsser and Nico Martinez, a taekwondo instructor, at US Taekwondo on Friday.Manchester Finds Wider Audience In Online Surplus Sales
Online sales of surplus vehicles and equipment has paid off, town leaders said, and officials are looking to expand offerings. The town has collected $494,080 in the six years since online sales started in fiscal year 2011-12, according to a recent presentation to the board of directors.
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