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Newington is located in central Connecticut near Hartford, the state's capitol. The town is home to the Mill Pond Falls, which was named for the sawmill which was built in 1860 where the town now stands. The waterfall is only 16 feet high, making it the smallest natural waterfall in the nation. It is a part of the town's history and is even depicted in the Newington town seal. Residents celebrate the Mill Pond Falls every fall during the Waterfall Festival which takes place each September.

Population: 29306
Local Newspapers: Newington Town Crier East Harford Gazette Hartford Advocate Hartford Business Journal Hartford Courant
Local Sports Teams: Bridgeport Bluefish Connecticut Wolves Hartford Wolf Pack New Britain Rock Cats New Haven Ravens Norwich Navigators
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Towns/Cities near newington, connecticut : Hartford New Britain Kensington Rocky Hill Weathersfield Glastonbury

Newington News
Football at the beach

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Elijah Hilliman, right, of Hartford, Conn., manages to hold on to a pass reception from Denise Yambo, left, of New Britain, Conn., at Ocean Beach Park in New London on Thursday, May 18, 2017. The two friends along with Luis Rosado, not in photo, of Newington, Conn., are tossing the football to each other, with the stipulation that 10 push-ups are required for anyone who misses a catch.

Four Teachers Among Board Cuts

Board of Education budget reductions-to get down to the 0.3 percent increase approved by the Town Council a few weeks ago-will cost the district four positions while again deferring the opening of the high school level STEM academy. It was almost five, but Board member Josh Shulman proposed the deferment of a custodial hire, as well as the directing of an additional $20,000 in non-lapsing surplus funds, to save an elementary school teacher position that would have been eliminated in order to retain a full time music instructor.

Residents Rally Behind Resident By Dining For Dollars

Wethersfield's Erica McGregor sits with her daughter Juliana Levy two weeks after a undergoing a kidney transplant on April 10. The Wethersfield community has rallied around McGregor and has put on several fundraisers to help defray medical bills falling outside of her private insurance coverage. Story on page 3. Wethersfield's Erica McGregor sits with her daughter Juliana Levy two weeks after a undergoing a kidney transplant on April 10. The Wethersfield community has rallied around McGregor and has put on several fundraisers to help defray medical bills falling outside of her private insurance coverage.

MDC Member Towns To Meet Wednesday To Discuss Proposed Sewer User Fee Study

Member towns of the Metropolitan District plan to meet Wednesday morning to discuss a sewer user fee study proposal that could result in a change to the way customers pay for waste-water treatment. Ahead of that meeting, some member towns have also expressed concerns with the MDC's plan to work with Lamont Financial Services and Amawalk Consulting Group to look into changing from an ad valorem, or property-tax driven model, to a user-based approach.

Runners Race to Find A Cure

The rainy weather held out long enough for runners to take their marks for the 24th annual CT Race in the Park on Saturday. The 5K, held every year in New Britain's Walnut Hill Park, drew thousands of people all with the same goal: to raise money to find a cure for breast cancer.

Community News For The Wethersfield Edition

Wondering whether the dining set you inherited is really an antique, or hoping to hit it big on "Antiques Roadshow?" The new "Antiques 101" Digging Deeper Tour at the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum, 211 Main St., will take place at 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Saturday, May 13. Antiques 101 is a workshop-style tour where you can learn the basics of how to distinguish authentic colonial furniture from reproductions. Tickets are $20 and available at http://webb-deane-stevens.org/furniture-digging-deeper-tour/ Pictured are Helena Reilly and Bruce Henley, looking for clues during the "Antiques 101" Digging Deeper Tour at the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum..

Community News For The Wethersfield Edition

Cedar Hill Cemetery Foundation's Wethersfield Notables walking tour will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 6. Cedar Hill Cemetery is located at 453 Fairfield Ave. Melissa Josefiak, former assistant director at Wethersfield Historical Society, will discuss notable Wethersfield personages who now reside ata SCedara SHill Cemetery. Featured residents include wealthy seedsman Silas Robbins, Civil War chaplain John Morris, Tuskegee Airman Lemuel Custis and Connecticut State Prison warden William Willard.

Newington Residents Want Sidewalks For Cedar Street, Alumni Road Plan

Residents expressed support for a plan to improve Cedar Street and Alumni Road as long as the proper safety measures are in place. The intersection, one of the town's most dangerous, has long been a problem for motorists in Newington and the town is prepared to ask the Department of Transportation to make several changes.

Newington to Consider Changes to Cedar Street Intersection

There will be a public meeting at 6 p.m. in the Town Hall Auditorium to discuss a proposal to put a traffic light at Alumni Road and Cedar Street and remove the light at Maple Hill Avenue. "It's dangerous.

Hartford Attorney Auctioning Enormous Comic-Book Collection

Hartford attorney Jon Berk has been collecting comic books for more than 40 years. He is selling his approximately 18,000 books starting in May. Find out when and where you can view his collection here .

Stonington releases operations report

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Stonington - The town released the $15,000 report it commissioned to analyze its operations on Friday, and it shows that while there are improvements to be made, the town is being managed well.

Borjeson Seeks Democratic Mayoral Nomination

Former Democratic Majority Leader Terry Borjeson has announced his bid for the Democratic Town Committee's nomination for Mayor, two years after he last served on Town Council. Borjeson said that the Town Committee's decision is less than certain, but that he likes his chances.

Red Cross holds annual Giving Day to help those impacted by disaster

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. - A big day ahead for the American Red Cross. Wednesday is their annual "Giving Day."

Community News For The Wethersfield Edition

The May meeting and free artist demonstration with Kelly Taylor will take place at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 4, at the Silas Deane Middle School Media Center, 551 Silas Deane Highway. A lecture titled 'Slow Art' will take place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 16. A 17th Century Dutch Still Life workshop will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. May 4 through 7. The Summer Youth Art Program will begin June 19. Registration is underway.

Privatization of Group Homes Is On Hold

A controversial plan to transition group homes from being run by the Department of Developmental Services to private nonprofit providers has been shelved - for now. At a press conference Friday, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said the plan, which was launched to save money, is "on hold for a period of time."

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