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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 Trail To Be Blocked Due To Failing Boardwalk

Part of a popular trail system along the Hockanum River will be closed because boardwalk sections need extensive repairs, officials said Tuesday. General Manager Scott Shanley initially had proposed closing the Laurel Marsh parking lot off West Middle Turnpike to temporarily "mothball" the entire trail system, most of which is town-owned.

Community News For The Manchester Edition

On Sunday, May 6, at 1 p.m., Tom Pandolfi will present 'Flying Tigers," an illustrated talk and exhibit about the American Volunteer Group, which became the Flying Tigers. The program and exhibit will be at the Manchester History Center, 175 Pine St. Pandolfi's background includes Green Berets, 27 months in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam, beginning in 1961.

Increased police presence at Manchester High School following bomb threat

Interim Principal, Katelyn Miner, sent out a letter to the parents and guardians of students informing them that a graffiti threat was found in a bathroom at Manchester High School at 134 Middle Turnpike E. For the safety of students and staff, there will be an increased police presence at the school. Additionally, backpacks and bags will be searched by administration upon entry to the school throughout the day.

MCC Celebrates Disability Awareness Day

A special program was hosted by the Association on Disability and Community Inclusion and MCC's Disability Services, in the college's SBM Auditorium. This year's event included a panel discussion featuring students with disabilities, an award-winning short film from Latvia, Just Go , and an appearance by Ms.

Girlfriend of restaurant manager charged in fatal shooting seeks probation

The girlfriend of a Connecticut restaurant manager charged in the fatal shooting of a cook is seeking probation for a charge of hindering prosecution . Prosecutors say 23-year-old Leanne Robitaille applied for an accelerated rehabilitation program during an appearance Hartford Superior Court on Monday.

Teen arrested on 5th stolen car charge in a year

Police in Connecticut say a 15-year-old has been arrested for stealing a car for the fifth time in a year. The Hartford Courant reports the boy was arrested in Hartford on Tuesday after he was spotted driving a car that was reported stolen in Manchester.

Lunchtime Lecture Features 'August: Osage County'

The second of Little Theatre of Manchester's Lunchtime Lecture Series for the 2018 season was held April 4 at Cheney Hall, and featured an informative and interactive talk on playwright, screenwriter, and actor Tracy Letts' Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning play August: Osage County . The free series, moderated by local author and historian David Garnes, provides participants an opportunity to learn about upcoming productions, the shows' history, a bit of trivia, and often to meet some of the cast.

Community News For The Manchester Edition

The Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce will award the 2018 GMCC Community Achievement Award to Stephen Penny of Penny, Botticello & O'Brien. Penny graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University with a B.A. degree in 1970, and from the University of Connecticut School of Law with a J.D. degree in 1973.

Bertucci's Closes Orange Restaurant, 14 Other Locations

As residents and passersby drove along the 500 block of the Boston Post Road today, it was hard to miss a change in the landscape. All of the signs, at Bertucci's Restaurant, 550 Boston Post Road, including the big square one near the street and all identifiers on the building itself, are gone.

1 dead after motorcycle crash in Manchester

Officials say the motorcycle was traveling east on Highland Street at high speed. After colliding with a guardrail, the operator was thrown from the motorcycle.

Manchester Teen's Gospel Song A Finalist In John Lennon Songwriting Contest

Anna Essick, 17, of Manchester, is a finalist in the gospel category of a national songwriting contest named for John Lennon. She wrote the song "You're Not Alone".

Manchester Board Of Directors OKs Budget With 2.75 Percent Tax Hike

The board of directors on Tuesday adopted a $187.3 million budget that carries a 2.75 percent tax hike. The 6-3 vote was along party lines.

Life On Parole Discussed

Sue Gunderman , chair of the Greater Hartford Re-entry Council, joined Deb Rogala , of Community Partners in Action, and Andrea, a former parolee, in a discussion about the Connecticut Department of Correction parole program. Sue Gunderman , chair of the Greater Hartford Re-entry Council, joined Deb Rogala , of Community Partners in Action, and Andrea, a former parolee, in a discussion about the Connecticut Department of Correction parole program.

Community News For The Manchester Edition

An adult learnshop on organic garden basics will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, at Eastside Neighborhood Resource Center, 153 Spruce St. Low cost and organic solutions will be discussed and demonstrated using things you may already have around your home. Previous gardening experience is required.

Police: Fentanyl Dealer Arrested In Manchester

Police say Reynaldo Seda, 30, of 24 Trotter St., sold fentanyl to an undercover officer several times, resulting in five arrest warrants. Seda had been selling the synthetic opioid on the downtown section of Main Street, police said.

Police Release Information About Bolton Crash That Killed Eastern Student

A 2014 "Student Spotlight" Facebook post highlighting Thomas J. Madden, a social work major at Eastern Connecticut State University. The school notified students via email Sunday that Madden died in a car crash over the weekend.

Manchester Police Say Man Traded Explicit Photos With Teenage Boy

A man who Manchester police say traded explicit photographs with a teenage boy has been arrested on obscenity and child pornography charges. Brian Gregan, 31, of 8 Seymour Road, Windsor Locks, was charged with employing a minor in an obscene performance, first-degree possession of child pornography and risk of injury to a child.

After Bill Fails, Amendment Proposed To Assist Homeowners With Crumbling Foundations

After a legislative committee rejected a bill to provide financial assistance to homeowners with crumbling foundations, Sen. Tim Larson is proposing an amendment to another bill that would require a $10 surcharge on insurance policies and mortgages to help the homeowners. "This proposal renews my continued commitment to help out eastern Connecticut homeowners who are still struggling through this horrific ordeal," Larson, D-East Hartford, said in a written statement.

The debate over the redesigned Wheelchair Symbol

Back in 2011, Sara Hendren -- a design and disability-studies researcher -- teamed up with the graffitti artist and philosophy professor Brian Glenney to redesign the International Symbol of Access. Often known as the "Wheelchair Symbol", it had been around for almost 50 years, but Glenney and Hendren thought the symbol -- a blocky, immobile figure -- was too passive.

Colchester recording artist Nan Roy joins other performers at Swan Day on April 14.

In its 11th year, Swan Day CT Music and Arts Festival is promising a varied lineup of local and visiting talent for this year's celebration, Saturday at Trinity On Main. Colchester recording artist Nan Roy will perform with the support of the Manchester band, 41 Prospect and Ed Sabourin of Let It Roll Studios in Marlborough.

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