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About: enfield, connecticut

Originally inhabited by the Pocomtuc Native American tribe, the land that is now known as Enfield was settled in 1679 by settlers from Salem, Massachusetts. It was incorporated in Massachusetts in 1683, but after a 1749 lawsuit, became part of Connecticut. During the Great Awakening, Jonathan Edwards delivered his famous sermon, "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God," in Enfield. The Enfield Shaker Village, where members of the utopian religious sect practiced celibacy, communal living, and crafted furniture.

Population: 45212
Local Newspapers: East Longmeadow Reminder Springfield Republican
Local Sports Teams: Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL)
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Towns/Cities near enfield, connecticut : Thompsonville Southwood Acres Windsor Locks Hazardville Sherwood Manor

Enfield News
Longtime Enfield Town Councilor, Retired Police Lieutenant William 'Red' Edgar Dies

Longtime town councilor, retired Enfield Police lieutenant, army veteran and advocate for government transparency, fiscal responsibility and veterans affairs, William 'Red' Edgar died Wednesday night, his family said Thursday. "He cared about this town so much," Edgar's son George Temple said Thursday morning.

Legion Teams Play At Dunkin' Donuts Park

The 19U Tolland and Ellington-Somers American Legion baseball teams faced off at Dunkin' Donuts Park in Hartford, on July 6. It was actually a triple-header, with the 15U and 17U teams playing each other earlier in the day, with the 19U teams squaring off in the nightcap. Tolland enjoyed a 5-1 lead after pushing across three in the fifth.

Fun, Funny Races Help Charitable Causes

Friends of the BMX/Skate Park Committee and the American Heritage River Commission know that rubber ducks and cardboard boats go together like fireworks and the 4th of July. That was once again the case as on July 9, a deluge of rubber ducks took to the waterways at the Scantic River old filter bed for the BMX/Skate Park Committee's eighth annual rubber duck race, which was followed by the AHRC's sixth annual cardboard boat race.

Community News For The Enfield Edition

On Saturday August 12, from 1 to 3 p.m., the East Windsor Historical Society will celebrate the bicentennial of the East Windsor Academy and the grand opening of the newly restored Osborn House. The event is free and open to the public.

Police logs - July 7, 2017

Tremayne L. Andrus, 43, of 120 Cliff St., Norwich, was charged Tuesday with third-degree criminal mischief, misuse of emergency 911 and interfering with police.  Joseph Barone Jr., 67, of Enfield was charged Tuesday with failure to drive in a proper lane and evading responsibility. Rovert J. Louissant, 47, of 164 Hickory St. was charged Wednesday with traveling too fast, driving with a suspended license and failure to carry registration.

Thousands Expected For Enfield's Fourth Of July Celebration This Weekend

North Thompsonville firefighter Joel Izquierdo, at left, sprays firefighters on the Shaker Pines Fire Department in front of him as they return fire during the Enfield Independance Day Parade in this 2008 file photo. North Thompsonville firefighter Joel Izquierdo, at left, sprays firefighters on the Shaker Pines Fire Department in front of him as they return fire during the Enfield Independance Day Parade in this 2008 file photo.

Animal Show On The Go A Hit

Animal Show on the Go, a Connecticut-based exotic animal rescue organization, was at the Old Town Hall Museum, in Enfield, on June 25. Those who attended learned about the natural world from a state DEEP master wildlife conservationist with more than 15 years experience in environmental education.

Auction sells off remaining Connor Homes equipment

An onsite and internet-based auction was held June 22 at the former Connor Homes manufacturing facility located at the intersection of U.S. Route 7 and Foote Street in Middlebury. According to Gary Katz, vice president of CRG-Capital Recovery Group, LLC, of Enfield, Connecticut, over 150 participants registered for the auction.

Carole King Performs 'Tapestry' Live From London At Area Theaters

Carole King has spent the last four and a half decades singing songs from her legendary album a oeTapestrya in concert. But she never performed the album from beginning to end until last year, in a concert in Londona s Hyde Park, in front of 65,000 fans.

Enfield police make arrest in 2016 deadly hit-and-run

Police say 20-year-old Jeremy Mercier was killed on Orlando Drive and Route 5 on December 2nd. On Friday, 29-year-old Rocco P. Barile was placed under arrest at his home in connection with the accident.

Property Transfers in Old Lyme 2017

Lighthouse Restoration LLC of Madison, CT, to Michael G. Nickerson of Old Lyme, $250,100 05/10 12-1 Maywood Dr. Erik R. and Jennifer L. Tyrol of Old Saybrook, CT, to Nicole Barreto of Old Lyme, $528,000 05/5 19 Champlain Dr. Nationstar Mortgage LLC of Coppell, TX, to Joseph J. Quaratella Jr. of Old Lyme, $203,175 05/5 109-1 and 103 Hillcrest Rd. William H. and Janice R. Thompson of South Lyme, to William F. Griffin, Jr. of Durham, CT, $1,020,000 05/3 25 Hawks Nest Rd. Theresa C. Garland of Simsbury, CT, to Arthur T. and Sheryl G. Snurkowski of Old Lyme, $321,000 05/1 376 Shore Rd. Vivian A. Brooks of Waterford, CT, to David S. Henderson of Old Lyme, $275,000 04/28 6 North Rd. Nationstar Mortgage LLC DBA Champion Mortgage of Coppell, TX, to Thomas E. Sherrer, Jr. of Old Lyme, $294,500 04/21 15 Hawks Nest Rd. Richard M. and Marian A. Hyne of Wayne, NJ, to Christine A. Grem of Old Lyme, ... (more)

Community News For The Enfield Edition

Parkway Pavilion residents enjoyed a beautiful day fishing at Freshwater Pond in Enfield. Along with family and friends, volunteer Cary Atkins organizes the annual outing.

A deadly weekend on the roads and water

The highway deaths included one on I-84 in Bethel , two on Route 44 in upstate Canton and the latest on I-395 in Norwich. The six killed will push the total number of people who died on Connecticut roads to 141 - 10 more than a year ago this time.

1 dead, 2 seriously injured in I-395 crash in Norwich

One person has died, and two others were seriously hurt after a crash along Interstate 395 in Norwich late Sunday night. At 10:50 p.m., State Troopers from Troop E were dispatched to Interstate 395 in the area exit 18. Upon arrival, Troopers found a car severely damaged, with multiple injured people inside.

Lawsuits: Officer used excessive force in several cases

Eight brutality lawsuits settled over the past 10 months paint a disturbing picture of a former Connecticut police officer accused of beating people while they were handcuffed and ordering his police dog to attack others who were not resisting arrest. Among other allegations, former Enfield officer Matthew Worden is accused of punching people in the face when they were already subdued, smashing a man's face to the pavement causing him to lose two front teeth, using a stun gun multiple times on a man with a heart condition and striking a man in the groin with a baton, causing him to lose consciousness.

Malloys dedicated to criminal justice reform

Don't be surprised to see Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, after he leaves office at the end of 2018, to play a national role in the growing movement to refocus the criminal justice system on violent criminals, while providing greater opportunities for those guilty of lesser and nonviolent crimes the chance to reform and become participating members of society. Since his election in 2010, Malloy has turned Connecticut into a test case for criminal justice reform.

Kids Fest Offers Family Fun

Presented by CT Colabs - a collaboration of local artists, crafters, musicians, and other vendors who coordinate fairs and events - the seven-hour festival featured carnival games, a sidewalk chalk competition, a bounce house, clown, face painting, princesses, and more.

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