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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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Enfield News
Flash Fire Forces Evacuation Of Somers High School

A flash fire in a chemistry lab burned one person and triggered an evacuation at Somers High School Tuesday afternoon, emergency dispatchers said. Tolland County Mutual Aid dispatchers received a report of the flash fire about 12:30 p.m., executive director Tyler Millix said.

Community News For The Enfield Edition

The Enfield Rotary Memorial Scholarship Foundation is offering scholarships to Enfield residents who will be entering their junior or senior year in college or other post-high school education. Students entering their third, fourth or later year in nursing schools or community colleges, as well as college graduates entering advanced degree programs, are also welcome to apply.

Spring Festival Fills Town Green With Family Fun

Held on the Enfield Town Green and hosted by CT Colabs, a collaboration of local artists, crafters, musicians, artisans, and vendors from all over Connecticut, the event offered something for everyone.

True Brothers In Song: Gay Men's Chorus Member Donates Kidney To Director

The Hartford Gay Men's Chorus call themselves Brothers in Song. The men have a compelling reason to celebrate brotherly devotion: One chorus member, Chris Bonatsakis, came to the rescue of chorus leader Michael Winslow by giving him one of his kidneys.

Veritiv to close Wilmington site, move jobs to Conn.

The branch at 613 Main St. will be moving to Enfield, Connecticut. Kevin Feeney, director of corporate communications for the company, said employees were informed of the move several months ago.

Church's 8th Annual Variety Show Raises Funds - And Fun

With the support of a number of dedicated individuals, members of Enfield's Calvary Presbyterian Church pulled off another dazzling event, showcasing a colorful assortment of talents. The 8th Annual Variety Show, held on April 29, featured nearly 20 acts performed by people young and old.

Community News For The Enfield Edition

The Enfield Historical Society will host Tinseltown Inventor: The Most Beautiful Woman in the World, at 7 p.m. Monday, May 22, at the Enfield American Baptist Church, 129 Post Office Road. Hedy Lamarr was not only a great starlet in Hollywood's Golden Age; she was also devoted to helping the Allies beat the NAZI forces in WWII.

Community News For The Valley Edition

Professor Donald Rogers will lead a lecture and question and answer session on the Bill of Rights and its connection to major current events at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 23, at the Canton Library, 40 Dyer Ave. CANTON - A free talk called "Eagles in Connecticut, The Return of an Icon," by DEEP wildlife biologist, Brian Hess will take place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 13, at the Canton Public Library, 40 Dyer Ave. With accompanying projected images, Hess will explain eagle biology and the story of their perilous population decline and subsequent recovery, as well as what is being done to conserve eagle populations for future generations. The lecture is free, and registration is requested for seating set-up.

Enfield police searching for bank robber

The Latest on a man who acknowledges he tried to kill American soldiers and provided support to al-Qaida before Pakistani au ENFIELD, Conn. - Enfield police are searching for a suspect in the robbery of a bank branch inside a supermarket Thursday morning.

Enfield High School Dedication Ceremony Set For Saturday

A ribbon cutting will start the event at 11:30 a.m., which will run through the day with a free concert in the auditorium. The event is open to all town residents, as well as current students and past graduates from Enfield High School, officials said.


People Enjoying People will hold its monthly luncheon at noon Tuesday, May 16, at Calvary Presbyterian Church, 1518 King St. This is the last luncheon until October. The speaker is Sara Mulvihill with Freedom Guide Dogs.

Toast Of The Town A Success

Educational Resources for Children held its annual Toast of the Town benefit, at the Old County Banquets and Deli on April 22. Claire Hall, ERfC's executive director, said the programs need sizable funding annually to run, especially in the era of ongoing state and federal cuts. The Toast of the Town bolsters ERfC's scholarship fund.

Community News For The Enfield Edition

The Community College Administrator's Pakistan Project, in which Holyoke Community College, the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and the Institute for Training and Development in Amherst work to orient Pakistani higher education administrators to the United States community college system, brought an all-female Pakistani delegation, largely from technical institutes, to Asnuntuck Community College this month. As an enhancement to the program, the U.S. State Department suggested that the group visit various New England community colleges to learn about the differences in the state systems.

Animals Blessed At Local Church

In the two years since a local pastor has been blessing animals at her church, she has encountered rabbits, a draft horse, a cow by proxy, and stuffed animals, as well as cats and dogs. Rev. Carol Lewis, who has been at the helm of the Broad Brook Congregational Church for a little over three years, said the annual blessing of the animals allows congregants to share their faith with family pets.

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