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Manchester was first settled by colonists in 1672. It quickly became a farming community, but due to the fact that the many waterways provided power, the town was quickly transformed into an industrial center with power, paper, lumber and textile industries. In 1838, the Cheney family began the world's largest silk mill. The mills, the homes of the owners and workers of the mills, are now part of the Cheney Brothers Historic District, which is now a National Historic Landmark.

Population: 54740
Local Newspapers: Journal Inquirer
Local Sports Teams: Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL) New England Seawolves (AFL) UConn Huskies
Local Colleges: University of Connecticut

Zip Codes associated with manchester, connecticut: 06040 06042
Towns/Cities near manchester, connecticut : Hartford Bowers Buckley Vernon Martins Storrs

Manchester News
Manchester Chamber Of Commerce President Reconsiders Decision To Scrap Debate

The chamber of commerce chief said she has reconsidered a decision to scrap a candidates' debate because of an ethical issue. Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce President April DiFalco wrote to Mayor Jay Moran and board of directors Minority Leader Cheri Eckbreth on Monday, saying the chamber would not host its annual board of directors debate because Claire Miller-Burti, a newcomer on the GOP slate, sits on the chamber's executive committee.

Manchester bakery whips up donations for Puerto Rico

Federal agencies continue to ramp up their responses to the humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria. Tuesday, the Sol de Borinquen Bakery Jr. on Main Street in Manchester, CT said it wanted to do its part to help those in need.

Connecticut troopers fired after kidnapping, assault charges

Two Connecticut state troopers who are charged in connection with the beating of a man in Wethersfield while off-duty have been fired. State police say Rupert Laird, of Manchester, and Xavier Cruz, of Wethersfield, were terminated effective this week.

Accountant Complains About Agency Tax Payment; Officials Say It Was Justified

An accountant hired by the Eighth Utilities District contended that agency leaders made an "unorthodox" payment using taxpayer funds, but the district's president and attorney say the payment was justified. CPA James Norris wrote to the agency's board of directors in June about a $1,830.58 cash disbursement to the state Department of Revenue Services, a payment made just before he was hired in November 2016.

Cheesy 'Tingler' With Vincent Price At Area Theaters

That line was typical of legendary horror schlockmeister William Castle, who used cheesy gimmicks to enhance the B-movies he directed with more enthusiasm than skill. His films became classics anyway, for the campy humor that resulted from the silly promotional schtick, overwrought dialogue and bargain-basement FX.

Horror-Movie Series On Big Screen At Cinemark In Manchester

Every Thursday night through Nov. 16, Cinemark Buckland Hills in Manchester shows a horror movie at 10:30 p.m. The "Thursday Night at the Asylum" series includes thrillers aimed at both scares and laughs, all produced or distributed by The Asylum, a production company focused on campy horror movies. The series begins Sept.

Stand Down For Veterans Offers Free Services

Tom Kornylo of Glastonbury, visits the information booth at the 2013 "Stand Down" on the grounds of the Rocky Hill Veteran's Home. The unemployed mechanic and welder was hoping to get some job coaching assistance.

Chef's Challenge Returns Oct. 1

The event will take place at Cheney Hall, 177 Hartford Road in Manchester, from 2 to 4 p.m. This is the fifth year of the event. "It's a fun family event that's affordable and with all the restaurants there, there is bound to be something there that the kids will eat," said April DiFalco, president of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce.

Connecticut College and Universities Getting Doses of Narcan

Campus police and medical personnel at 16 Connecticut State Colleges and Universities will begin carrying a life-saving medication this semester. CSCU officials said on-campus instances of drug overdoses are extremely low, but the opioid-related deaths nationwide initiated the decision to have Narcan available.

Gas leak closes road, evacuates apartments in Manchester

Police say Oakland Street, Route 83, is closed between Rachel Road and Tutor Lane due to a gas leak from an underground gas line. A few nearby apartments were evacuated but police say that the evacuation was out of caution and that there has been no medical calls related to the gas leak.

Fundraiser For Local Child To Be Held Sept. 28

The community is invited to the "Bringing Mason Home" fundraiser, which will benefit a local child, Mason, who is a victim of shaken baby syndrome. The event is Sept.

East Hartford And Manchester Get New 911 System, A Better Fit For Cellphones

Manchester and East Hartford have new emergency commmunications systems that reflect the rise of the cellphone as residents' preferred, and often only, phone. A major advantage of the "next generation" 911 system is the ability to pinpoint the location of cellphone calls, police said.

Main Street Transformed To Steampunk Festival

"Steampunk is imagining a world that remained in the Victorian age, still powered by steam, but with a dash of science fiction and wonder," said main event organizer David Carlson, of Oddball Newt. The evening focused on Steampunk art, music, and fashion.

Community News For The Manchester Edition

The Manchester Garden Club will host Gary Zinsmeyer at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 16, at the Center Congregational Church, 41 Center St. The owner of Gary Z's of Stamford will demonstrate floral design using the latest trends, tricks and magic for the holiday season. At the conclusion of the meeting, his designs will be available.

Community News For The Glastonbury Edition

The Glastonbury Apple Harvest Festival will take place Friday, Oct. 13, through Sunday, Oct. 15, at Welles Street Riverfront Park, 300 Welles St. Festivities include three days of live music, vendor booths, food trucks, amusement rides, the Angry Orchard 5K Road Race, a Harvest Pub and more. The daily schedule is Friday, Oct. 13, from 6 to 10 p.m.; Saturday, Oct. 14, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.; and Sunday, Oct. 15, from noon to 5 p.m. Admission is $5 per person.

Millner-Harlee Named Interim Dean Of Academic Affairs At MCC

Millner-Harlee has worked in higher education for 24 years, 13 of which were at MCC. Before taking this position, she was the head of the college's English department.

East Hartford Convenience Store Robbed

A robber armed with a knife stole money from the 7-11 store on Burnside Avenue early Wednesday, police said. No one was hurt.

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