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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
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.

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.

Annual Concert Series Scheduled

The Somers Cultural Commission's 2017 Summer Concert Series will begin on June 29, with a group of both familiar and new artists. This year marks the 20th year that the Somers Cultural Commission has been hosting these concerts for people to enjoy during the summer season.

Patriot Award Given Out

Michael Tippo, an Air Force veteran, town leader, and founder of the Enfield Fourth of July celebration, is being recognized for his dedication to his town and country with the annual Patriot Award, presented each year at the celebration. Peter Falk, chairman of the Patriot Award Committee, said the award, established in 2003, recognizes patriotism as a "vital thread that binds and strengthens our community while defining us as a nation," and Tippo is the embodiment of that spirit.

2017 High School Graduations

Kindness, hope and making the world a better place were the themes as 244 Avon High School seniors received their diplomas during the school's commencement on Tuesday. Timothy Breslin, the school's interim principal, urged seniors to chose kindness, while class Valedictorian Jacob Bulzak told them... For Farmington High School's Class of 2017, Tuesday evening was a night of reflection and gratitude, but also one of looking forward toward milestones to come.

First Combined Senior Class Graduates From Enfield High As Eagles

Some started as Falcons, others as Raiders, but when these 330 Enfield students received their high school diplomas on Tuesday night, they were all Eagles. The ceremony outside the newly-renovated Enfield High School marked the end for the first combined class of Enrico Fermi High School students and Enfield High School students, capping a project years in the making.

Fishing Derby Reels In Big Crowd

Enfield's annual youth fishing derby, held at Freshwater Pond on Saturday, June 3, from 9 until 11 a.m. drew a great crowd of fishers of all ages.

ContainerCrazyCT Combines Passion For Plants, Art

At home, and surrounded by plants in her greenhouse, Cathy Testa displays seed packets she has begun selling from the Hudson Valley Seed Library, a 100 percent certified organic seller which commissions artists for the packets' designs. At home, and surrounded by plants in her greenhouse, Cathy Testa displays seed packets she has begun selling from the Hudson Valley Seed Library, a 100 percent certified organic seller which commissions artists for the packets' designs.

10th Annual Puppy Pride Fun Day Held

The "puparazzi" was in full force on Saturday, June 3, as countless canines and their owners attended the 10th annual Puppy Pride Fun Day. The event, which took place on the grounds of the Moose Lodge on South Road in Enfield, featured lots of smiles and wagging tails, all to benefit Enfield Dog Park.

Community News For The Enfield Edition

The 6th annual Cardboard Boat Race hosted by the American Heritage River Commission and the 8th Annual Rubber Duck Race presented by the BMX/Skatepark Commission will take place on the Scantic River at the intersection of Church and Mill Streets on Sunday, June 25. Duck race lineup is at noon with ducks launched at 1 p.m., followed by the cardboard boat race at 2 p.m. Sylvia's Hot Dog Cart will be available from noon on to provide lunch for purchase. For duck race info/rules, contact Brenda Crockett at 860-370-9595.

Annual St. Bernard Church Carnival Held

St. Bernard Church hosted a carnival on June 1, 2, and 3 that featured the live music of the Savage Brothers. The band founded in 1984 in the basement of the family's Windsor Locks home and has performed more than 5,000 concerts across the Northeast.

Dollar Store

On June 13th, 2017, the serial robber dubbed the "Dollar Store Grand-Pa Bandit" was arrested, ending a six week spree. In total, the suspect committed ten robberies at Dollar Tree Stores and Dollar General Stores across the nation, including most recent robberies in Pennsylvania and Connecticut.

FOI Hearing Officer: Enfield Broke Law By Withholding Settlements In Brutality Cases

It shows exchange between Maher and the Enfield officers, including officer Matthew Worden. [GRAPHIC CONTENT] Video from Enfield police cruiser dashboard cams of the arrest of Mark Maher, who has filed a police brutality complaint.

ERfC, Food Shelf Host Family Day

Enfield Resources for Children and the Enfield Food Shelf treated families to a day of fun at Higgins Field, which included a barbecue, games, and Frisbee golf. The jamboree is part of the ERfC's Healthy Meals - Healthy Minds initiative.

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