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In the 1800s, Meriden, Connecticut, was nicknamed "The Silver City." This was because there were a large number of cutlery and related products, which were manufactured in Meriden by companies such as International Silver and Meriden Cutlery. Also, in 1832, Charles Parker and his brother founded a manufacturing factory that produced steam engines, train wheels, printing presses, and piano stools. The factory was named Parker's Meriden Machine Company. During the Civil War, the company was contracted by the Union to produce over 10,000 repeating rifles and 15,000 Springfield rifles.

Population: 58244
Local Newspapers: Record Journal Fusion (Hispanic)
Local Sports Teams: Wolves (USL) New Britain Rock Cats (AA)
Local Colleges:

Zip Codes associated with meriden, connecticut: 06450 06451
Towns/Cities near meriden, connecticut : Wallingford Plantsville Southington Cheshire Village

Meriden News
Man beats cancer with immunotherapy and cycling

Doctors told South Meriden resident Daniel Santomero he had 18 months to live in August 2015 when he was diagnosed with Stage-4 head and neck cancer. Two years later, he has beaten the odds thanks to experimental immunotherapy treatment.

Meriden man killed in motorcycle crash

A Meriden man has died after he was thrown from his motorcycle on Sunday night. Police say just after 9 p.m., emergency crews responded to the area of Cook Avenue and New Hanover Avenue for a motorcycle accident.

Hundreds become new U.S. citizens at Coast Guard Academy ceremony

Citizenship candidates wave their flags after The Honorable Warren Eginton, Senior United States District Judge, United States District Court for the District of Connecticut, declares they are United States citizens after taking the oath of allegiance during the Constitution Day and Citizenship Day Naturalization Ceremony at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017.

Downtown Danbury seeks to make a good first impression

Meriden resident Juliet Burdelski had been to Danbury only a few times in her life - to shop at the Danbury Fair Mall, and to see her stepson at Western Connecticut State University's westside campus. But in late July, Burdelski had her first experience with downtown Danbury, during a surprise visit with five fellow residents from Meriden.

Blumenthal holds hearing on Trump action on young immigrants

Dozens of people have gathered in New Haven to express concerns about President Donald Trump's decision to end a program that protects young immigrants from deportation. U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal held a hearing Monday at First and Summerfield Church.

When it comes to DCF, lawyers warn parents to 'know their rights'

Torrington - Speakers at a "Know Your Rights" child protection forum at Torrington Public Library on Thursday warned parents not to allow the Department of Children and Families to intimidate them and infringe on their rights. Yvonne Adamow, who worked from 2007 until 2013 as a probation officer for women, told the audience she often worked alongside social workers visiting clients for DCF. Adamow visited eight to 10 homes per week with DCF social workers during her last two years with the judicial department, she said in a follow-up interview.

18-year-old sentenced for deadly police chase crash

A Connecticut 18-year-old has been sentenced to three years in prison in connection with a police chase crash that killed his friend. The Meriden Record-Journal reports Rashid Bashir, of Meriden, was sentenced Thursday after pleading guilty to manslaughter in June.

As Hurricane Irma Strikes Caribbean, State Residents Fear For Loved Ones In Storm's Path

The National Weather Service said Puerto Rico hadn't seen a storm as strong as Irma since Hurricane San Felipe. The National Weather Service said Puerto Rico hadn't seen a storm as strong as Irma since Hurricane San Felipe.

Meriden Police release information on Friday night incidents, including two deaths

Related Coverage MERIDEN, Conn. - Meriden Police have released new information on the various incidents that have been under investigation since Friday night.

Woman, 77, killed in wrong way crash in Connecticut

State police say a 77-year-old woman driving the wrong way on Interstate 91 was killed in a head-on crash in Wallingford. Authorities say Concetta Getman, of Meriden, was driving north in the southbound lane when a car struck her vehicle.

Man struck and killed on I-691 westbound in Meriden

Related Coverage MERIDEN, Conn. - State Police are investigating after a man was struck and killed on Interstate 691 westbound in Meriden Friday night.

Supporters Rally to Back Meriden Parents Facing Deportation

Supporters of a Meriden couple facing deportation gathered Thursday morning outside a downtown immigration office, where Franklin and Gioconda Ramos learned they still face a removal order that would return them to Ecuador after 20 years in the U.S. The Ramoses two children, ages 17 and 24, who are both U.S. citizens. Though several Connecticut families have fought deportation orders in recent months, those at the rally said the Ramoses' case stands out because both parents have been mandated to leave the country.

Residents can comment as part of police accreditation

A team of assessors from the Police Officers Standards and Training Council will arrive on Sept. 20 to examine the Milford Police Department policy and procedures as they relate to Tier III, I Liability, II Professional, III General Management of the state accreditation Standards.

Black And Puerto Rican Caucus Rallies For Peace And Love

At a rally for peace and love on the Capitol steps, members of the Black and Puerto Rican Caucus called for love and unity in the face of racism and bigotry. "Here in Connecticut, we move beyond that.

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