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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
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)

Manchester Police Nab Man Wanted In Mass. On Attempted Murder Charge

Police arrested a man who is wanted in Massachusetts on charges that he beat a woman so severely she had to be treated in a hospital's intensive care unit. Ollie Barboza, 26, formerly of Hyannis and now homeless, was charged with being a fugitive from justice and was being held Monday on bail of $1 million for an appearance on July 6 in Manchester Superior Court.

Divorced Couple Charged With Having Sex In Manchester Daycare Parking Lot

Police arrested a divorced couple after a daycare worker complained that the two engaged in sex near an area where children were playing. Robert Garabedian and Michelle Garabedian, both 42, were both charged with public indecency and breach of peace.

Music Doc 'Hired Gun' At Area Theaters

The 2013 film "20 Feet from Stardom" won an Oscar for best documentary, telling the stories of backup singers who worked with superstar singers. A movie showing in four local theaters Thursday, June 29, tells a similar story, about instrumental musicians who work with rock acts.

Serial Drunk Driver Sentenced After Fifth Conviction

A Stafford man convicted of drunken driving at least five times, and who in one case killed a man in a drunken driving crash, is back in prison. Michael S. Knybel, 49, was sentenced to a total of seven years in prison after his most recent conviction, which followed his arrest a year ago in Stafford.

Changes In Manchester's Curbside Waste Collection Include Limits On Bulky Items

Starting July 1, All American Waste will take over collection of trash, recyclables and bulky waste from the current contractor. All American, which replaces Paine's of East Granby, was the overall low bidder for the five-year contract, town Enviromental Services Manager Brooks Parker said.

Spruce St. Market Nights Kick Off June 21

The farmers market will be every Wednesday evening beginning June 21. It will run from 5 to 8 p.m., at 153-160 Spruce St., rain or shine. "Every market night will feature live music, open gallery hours, and the opportunity to buy local," said Recreation Supervisor Rosaleen Torrey.

Some Cities, Towns Delaying Car Tax Bills

Uncertainty is the main word being used in city and town offices across Connecticut as the state is expected to go without a budget when the fiscal year ends on June 30. The anxiousness is directly linked to how much cities and towns will assess their residents for car taxes to start the fiscal year. Car tax bills are normally sent out for July payments, but with the state's cap on car tax mill rates in limbo, Newington, Manchester and Torrington have already told their residents the municipalities are going to wait to send them until the state has a budget.

Suspicious Vehicle Stop In Manchester Leads To Heroin Seizure

Drugs, a loaded handgun and other items seized early Tuesday from a car on West Middle Turnpike. Three men were arrested.

Concert Unites Community

Residents and town dignitaries came together to celebrate Pride in Manchester Week, earlier this month, at the annual Concert in the Park. The CAST Children's Theater alumni opened the evening.

As Town Grows And Emergency Calls Increase, Manchester Launches Strategic Planning

In the face of burgeoning demand, town leaders have launched a strategic planning process designed to optimize emergency services, General Manager Scott Shanley and the town's two fire chiefs said Tuesday. "Our present method of doing business is not sustainable for the longterm future," town Fire/Rescue/EMS Chief Dave Billings said.

670 Bags of Heroin, Other Drugs Seized in Manchester

More than 600 bags of heroin, marijuana, crack cocaine and a handgun with multiple boxes of ammunition were seized in Manchester after a car was pulled over, police said. When police pulled over the suspicious looking vehicle, they discovered almost 670 bags of heroin, 21 bags of marijuana, 4 grams of crack cocaine and a handgun with multiple boxes of ammunition.

Juveniles Rob Man Of Keys, Car In Manchester After Beating Another Man

Three juveniles from Hartford carjacked a man on the East Side of town Thursday after one of them beat another man in a failed attempt to steal his car, police said. Both incidents happened outside a package store at Bissell and Spruce streets, Capt.

Downed trees, power lines left in wake of storms across central Conn.

A line of dark, fast-moving clouds brought strong thunderstorms to much of western and central Connecticut Monday afternoon, disrupting evening travel and cutting power to 2,700 homes. Storms with winds of 40 to 60 mph began rolling across the state starting at about 4 p.m., according to the National Weather Service, which issued several severe storm warnings for Hartford, Fairfield, Litchfield, Tolland and New Haven counties.

Art In The Park Celebrates 44th Year

Visitors to Art in the Park, in Center Memorial Park, had the opportunity to see the work of more than 150 vendors. Visitors to Art in the Park, in Center Memorial Park, had the opportunity to see the work of more than 150 vendors.

Police Say Woman Training Teenagers As Shoplifters At Manchester Mall

Raven Simone Hardy, 26, of 35 Clark St., was arrested Sunday and charged with two counts of risk of injury/impairing the morals of children, along with conspiracy and other charges. The two juveniles, both from Hartford, also were arrested.

Community News For The Manchester Edition

Nerac Earth, a nonprofit cycling club located in Tolland, is hosting the fifth annual Seven Lakes Ride, a fundraising bicycle ride taking place on Sunday, June 25. Registration will take place from 7 to 9:30 a.m. and the event is rain or shine. The ride starts at Stafford High School, 145 Orcuttville Road.

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