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In the 1800s, Meriden, Connecticut, was nicknamed "The Silver City." This was because there were a large number of cutlery and related products, which were manufactured in Meriden by companies such as International Silver and Meriden Cutlery. Also, in 1832, Charles Parker and his brother founded a manufacturing factory that produced steam engines, train wheels, printing presses, and piano stools. The factory was named Parker's Meriden Machine Company. During the Civil War, the company was contracted by the Union to produce over 10,000 repeating rifles and 15,000 Springfield rifles.

Population: 58244
Local Newspapers: Record Journal Fusion (Hispanic)
Local Sports Teams: Wolves (USL) New Britain Rock Cats (AA)
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Zip Codes associated with meriden, connecticut: 06450 06451
Towns/Cities near meriden, connecticut : Wallingford Plantsville Southington Cheshire Village

Meriden News
Pizza delivery man gets $180,000 settlement after being crushed

Domino's Pizza paid out $180,000 to a former employee who was injured while transporting 400 pounds of cheese into one of the chain's restaurants in East Granby about two years ago. Mohamed Hassan, a 55-year-old Meriden resident, was unloading boxes of cheese from a truck on a rainy day in June 2016, when his hand truck slipped under the weight of the food, according to the Connecticut Law Tribune.

Meriden man accused of collecting over $11,000 in unemployment fraud

The State of Connecticut Division of Criminal Justice say that 44-year-old Antonio Aponte was arrested by Inspectors from the Unemployment Compensation Fraud Unit, in the Office of the Chief State's Attorney, as a result of an investigation into a complaint from the Connecticut Department of Labor .

Esty Receives Warm Reception in Meriden

Rep. Elizabeth Esty was back in Connecticut on Monday after announcing she would not run again amid allegations she failed to protect staff members from threats of violence by her former chief of staff. "I just wanted to let you know, and you may have heard, I am retiring from Congress but I will be in through the end of this year and I will continue to fight as I have for the last five and a half year, efforts to change social security or Medicare to privatize or socialize them," Esty told a group of seniors in a Meriden Senior Center.

The Gift Of Tanager Hill For Generations To Fall In Love With

In 1944, inventor Curtis H. Veeder willed 800 acres to the state. The area is known today as Penwood State Park in Bloomfield and Simsbury.

Lunker City Fishing's Hellgie

In 2017, we published four gear guides that featured soft-plastic hellgrammites, and we vowed that we would continue writing and publishing gear guides about hellgrammites in 2018. And our fifth gear guide focuses on the three-inch soft-plastic hellgrammite that is manufactured by Lunker City Fishing of Meriden, Connecticut.

Daffodil Festival fireworks explode above Castle Craig and Hubbard Park.

Like any 40-year-old, the Meriden Daffodil Festival has grown and evolved - from a little outdoor kids pageant to regional event with rides, food, music, a juried craft fair and Saturday fireworks. In a good weather year, the fest draws 50,000 to 70,000 people for its two marquee days.

Meriden Daffodil Festival marks 40th edition at Hubbard Park

Like any 40-year-old, the Meriden Daffodil Festival has grown and evolved - from a little outdoor kids pageant to regional event with rides, food, music, a juried craft fair and Saturday fireworks. In a good weather year, the fest draws 50,000 to 70,000 people for its two marquee days.

Bridgeport officials explore cuts across district budget

Interim School Superintendent Aresta Johnson speaks to urge city council to fully fund the school board budget request during a meeting at City Hall's Council Chambers in Bridgeport, Conn., on Tuesday Apr. 25, 2017. The board wants $11.4 million over what it gets now.

BWW Review: the Drowsy Chaperone at Castle Craig Players

On Friday, April 6, I had the pleasure of seeing THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, a mostly one man comedy, but with an ensemble musical cast. How is it possible for a mostly one man comedy to have an ensemble cast? The writing of Bob Martin and Don McKellar combines with the music and lyrics of Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison to create a show within a show.

ANALYSIS | The 5th District is Still the Democrats' to Lose

Just last week, the congressional races here in Connecticut looked like a real snooze-fest. Now there's a wide-open contest for a suddenly open seat in the state's most competitive district, and it's all thanks to the mind-bogglingly awful way in which U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty, D-5th District, handled a harassment complaint in her office.

Trumbull sending 4 recruits to police academy

Four recruits in the Trumbull Police Department will begin six-months of training at the Connecticut Police Academy on Monday, April 6, 2018. From left are Trumbull First Selectman Vicki Tesoro, Derek Laaser, 24, of Milford; Samantha Bardos, 22, of Norwalk; Abigail Frazier, 27, of Trumbull; Brendan Burke, 38, of Bronx, N.Y.; and Police Chief Michael Lombardo.

Meriden teens take unique steps to tackle underage drinking

Larue Graham and Mitchell McEwen are standout members of the Maloney High School football team in Meriden. These days, they're tackling something important off the field to keep alcohol away from minors.

Possible Replacements Line Up for U.S. Rep. Esty's Seat

U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty announced Monday she will not run for re-election amid criticism and pressure to resign after she admitted to keeping her former chief of staff on after he was accused of threatening another female staff member. Manny Santos, the former Republican Mayor of Meriden, was the first to enter the race back in February, with the thought he would be challenging Esty.

Scramble in the 5th district with Esty out of the running

A scramble in the 5th. Congressional District Party endorsement conventions are a mere 6 weeks away and now with Democratic Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty out of the running, the parties must select their nominees.

Taking the 5th: Vacant seat tempting congressional hopefuls

Former Simsbury First Selectman Mary Glassman, in a file photo, has announced interest in running for the upcoming vacancy in Congress. Former Simsbury First Selectman Mary Glassman, in a file photo, has announced interest in running for the upcoming vacancy in Congress.

Recombinant influenza vaccine found to be safe in children

The recombinant influenza vaccine is well tolerated in children aged 6 to 17 years, and it provides immunogenicity comparable to that of the inactivated vaccine, according to a study published online April 2 in Pediatrics . Lisa M. Dunkle, M.D., from Protein Sciences Corp. in Meriden, Conn., and colleagues compared the safety and immunogenicity of the quadrivalent RIV4 with that of the inactivated influenza vaccine in 219 children and adolescents 6 to 17 years of age .

The Meriden Daffodil Festival

Meriden's largest and most colorful festival - the "Meriden Daffodil Festival" - is celebrating its 40th year. Join us on Saturday, April 28th and Sunday, April 29th, 2018.

Police union votes down contract, pension plan

Five new Westport police officers recently completed training at the Connecticut Police Academy in Meriden. They include, back row from left, John Lachioma, Paul Wargo and Scott Morrison; front row from left, Michael Ruttenber and James Loomer.

New Berlin Train Station To Open Soon

The new Berlin train station, under construction since 2016, should open by early May, just before the start of service on the New Haven-Hartford-Springfield passenger line, a state official says. "We are targeting a partial opening: end of April, beginning of May, " said Kevin Nursick, a spokesman for the state Department of Transportation, which is building the Berlin station along with new stations in Meriden and Wallingford.

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