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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
Fight Winter Blues With These 6 Supplements

Gray days, long cold nights. It's no wonder a lot of people get the blues during winter months.

Community News For The Enfield Edition

Asnuntuck Community College's Foundation was honored to be the recipient of a $10,000 donation from Peter and Melissa Picknelly. The donation, made to the Asnuntuck Community College Foundation's Capital Campaign, was done in honor of Connie Beckstead, who was the Evening Coordinator for Asnuntuck's Information Center.

Lego appoints new CEO, replaces interim boss

Danish toy company Lego has appointed Niels B. Christiansen, who headed thermostat-maker Danfoss for nine years, as its chief executive. Christiansen replaces Bali Padda, who took over as interim CEO in January.

Trolley Museum In The Holiday Spirit

Winterfest and the Tunnel of Lights is now open for the holiday season at the Connecticut Trolley Museum, each weekend through Dec. 23. Open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night throughout the holiday season, the trolleys will run from 5 to 9 p.m., festooned with festive holiday lights. Visitors may choose between a heated trolley car or an open-air electric sleigh, and will enjoy singing traditional holiday carols as the trains make their way down the tracks through the Tunnel of Lights.

Police Department Collects Toys For Children

Kelly Roberts, Laura Carl, and Maria Reimer were accepting donations during East Windsor Police Department's 4th annual Stuff-a-Cruiser Toy Drive. Kelly Roberts, Laura Carl, and Maria Reimer were accepting donations during East Windsor Police Department's 4th annual Stuff-a-Cruiser Toy Drive.

'Rock The Night Purple' Raises Money For Pancreatic Cancer Research

Color Killer band member Nate Dalbec jams at the 'Rock the Night Purple,' a fundraiser for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. Four locals bands took the stage at Joanna's.

About Town: 11-28-17

West Hawaii Explorations Academy eighth graders recently received a grant for $1,000 from the Windermere Foundation to use toward their class trip to the East Coast planned for the end of the school year. The students are traveling to Redding, Connecticut, to reveal where the story, "My Brother Sam Is Dead" took place.

Once Normal, Bizarre Now: CHS Takes A Look At 'Weird' Artifacts Of Yesteryear

There will come a time when car keys are considered weird relics of a bygone era. Fidget spinners, too, will be looked at with confusion.

Tentative settlement in brutality lawsuit against ex-cop

Federal court records filed this week revealed the preliminary deal between former officer Matthew Worden and the mother of alleged brutality victim Tyler Damato. Terms were not disclosed.

Police: Football coach attacked, beaten by 3 magnet school students

Police say three Connecticut magnet school students who attacked a junior varsity football coach are facing assault charges. Enfield police Chief Carl Sferrazza said Tuesday the coach reported he'd been assaulted Nov. 16 following an Enfield potluck dinner for the Capitol Region Education Council's football team.

Giving delinquents endless chances is bad policy

Crime and prison admissions in Connecticut have fallen so much, Governor Malloy announced the other day, that a state prison in Enfield will be closed early next year and its inmates transferred to other prisons. But within a few days of the governor's announcement arrests in several sensational crimes in Hartford cast doubt on the prison closing. First Hartford police charged a Windsor man with shooting three men in September, killing two of them.

Community News For The Enfield Edition

On Wednesday, Nov. 29, the East of the River Chamber of Commerce Association will come together for the 4th annual Warming Hands, Warming Hearts warm winter clothing drive event at Georgina's Restaurant and Banquets, 275 Boston Turnpike. The drive collects new hats, mittens, scarves and jackets at each chamber office and at the event.

New Enfield School Board Member With Autism Champions 'Neurodiversity'

When Sarah Hernandez decided in May to run for a position on the local school board, she scoured the internet for people with autism who also sought public office. "I think it gave me freedom to define what my next steps would be without trying to follow something already established," Hernandez said.

New Enfield Board Of Education Sworn In

A week after the town-wide election, a new nine-member board of education was sworn in Tuesday night. New leadership was quickly appointed.

The Network Remembers Victims, Survivors Of Domestic Violence

The Network serves families in Enfield , East Windsor, Somers, Stafford, Suffield, and Windsor Locks , offering crisis counseling, support groups, victim advocacy, and a 15-bed safe house. A victim's hotline is open 24 hours daily, seven days a week.

Enfield Council Sworn In; New Mayor, Deputy Appointed

Though town hall had no heat, a packed house welcomed a new town council Monday, after Republicans maintained their six-to-five majority in the recent town-wide election. In the meeting Monday night in council chambers, the newly elected body, which includes incumbents and newcomers, voted unanimously to appoint Republican Mike Ludwick to mayor.

Community News For The Enfield Edition

Enfield Safe Harbor Warming Center is in need of volunteers. The warming center is a safe place for people spend the night out of the cold from Jan. 15 to March 31. For information, contact Lorraine Creedon at 860-749-0931.

Newly merged Catholic parish broken up amid infighting

A new Roman Catholic parish formed by the merger of three Connecticut churches will be split up amid infighting among the congregations. The Archdiocese of Hartford informed parishioners in Enfield over the weekend that the former St. Martha Church will again be a separate parish.

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