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Newington is located in central Connecticut near Hartford, the state's capitol. The town is home to the Mill Pond Falls, which was named for the sawmill which was built in 1860 where the town now stands. The waterfall is only 16 feet high, making it the smallest natural waterfall in the nation. It is a part of the town's history and is even depicted in the Newington town seal. Residents celebrate the Mill Pond Falls every fall during the Waterfall Festival which takes place each September.

Population: 29306
Local Newspapers: Newington Town Crier East Harford Gazette Hartford Advocate Hartford Business Journal Hartford Courant
Local Sports Teams: Bridgeport Bluefish Connecticut Wolves Hartford Wolf Pack New Britain Rock Cats New Haven Ravens Norwich Navigators
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Towns/Cities near newington, connecticut : Hartford New Britain Kensington Rocky Hill Weathersfield Glastonbury

Newington News
Poor Maintenance Likely Led to Newington Fuel Leak: Expert

Thousands of gallons of diesel fuel leaked in an underground vault at the Connecticut Board of Education bus garage in Newington last December, costing the town millions of dollars in cleanup. The results of an investigation into a large fuel spill in Newington late last year were released at a meeting Tuesday night, and according to the findings of the independent expert the town brought in, the whole mess could likely have been avoided had someone just been paying attention.

Community News For The Wethersfield Edition

Newington High School won its first state bowling championship recently, overcoming two strong opponents. Newington defeated Fairfield 160-158, in the CIAC final to capture the CT State Title.

Newington Considers Proposal To Have More Zones That Allow Medical Marijuana

A proposal before the town plan and zoning commission would expand the zones in town where medical marijuana facilities are permitted. The proposed zoning text amendment was filed by Seva Sadan LLC in March and asks that the town consider allowing dispensaries in the Berlin Turnpike zone.

Group Sews For Soldiers, Other Causes

The group, which was started by Erica Wahl over two years ago, meets once a month at the Simsbury Public Library. It began with the intention of helping soldiers, both active members of the military and veterans, by providing them with blankets.

Yamazen to Host Grand Opening at Northeast Technical Center

The importer and distributor's new Connecticut facility will offer machine tools, automation, quality and inspection products, applications and service, and support to the Northeast region. Yamazen Inc. is hosting a grand opening at its new Northeast Technical Center and Showroom.

7 men indicted for trafficking cocaine through mail

U.S. Attorney for Connecticut John Durham said the men - five of whom were from Connecticut - used Priority Mail parcels to ship cocaine from Puerto Rico to addresses in New Britain , Hartford , Newington , East Hartford and Bridgeport , as well as Springfield , Massachusetts. Prosecutors say investigators had been looking into the shipments since December.

Community News For The Wethersfield Edition

The Wethersfield Historical Society and Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum present a lecture and book signing with Duo Dickinson and Steve Culpepper at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 8 in the Keeney Ballroom at the Keeney Memorial Cultural Center, 200 Main St. Architect and author Dickinson and his co-author Culpepper, a former editor, will present a book talk and signing for their new book, "A Home Called New England: A Celebration of Hearth and History." The book covers over 400 years of New England's history in text and photos, from the people and the culture to the architecture and the institutions.

Newington Ax Throwing Venue Looks For Approval To Serve Alcohol

Weeks after the town plan and zoning commission approved Merle McKenzie's plan to open an ax throwing facility on Fenn Road, the Haddam entrepreneur is asking officials to approve a special permit to serve alcohol on site. "The whole atmosphere is a very social thing and it lends itself very well to have a social drink or two," McKenzie said.

State Lending $6 Million To Aid New Britain's CTfastrak-Focused Project

State leaders this week are expected to approve a $6 million loan for Columbus Commons, the multistory apartment and retail complex planned for downtown. Two developers have broken ground on the first phase of what would become the biggest new development spurred by CTfastrak.

Newington Resident To Premier The Collective Crowd

Watching a Garth Brooks concert in Yankee Stadium two years ago, Tom Greca wondered if the power of crowds could be harnessed for educational purposes. Watching a Garth Brooks concert in Yankee Stadium two years ago, Tom Greca wondered if the power of crowds could be harnessed for educational purposes.

Simsbury Grocer Helps Kids Feed The Homeless

Bryan DeVoe prepares the meals served at a local church's soup kitchen the same way he prepares them for customers at Fitzegerald's Foods, the independent grocery in Simsbury he owns with his wife, Sandy. "You want to serve the food safe, you want it to be hot, you don't want it to be mushy or undercooked," DeVoe said.

Committee Passes Measure to Bring Tolls to CT

A legislative committee on Thursday passed a measure that brings the state a step closer to adding tolls to highways. "Bringing toll roads to Connecticut? I think it's ridiculous honestly," said Evan Monterio of Newington.

ARRL Searching for its Next CEO

ARRL is seeking a full-time Chief Executive Officer in Newington, Connecticut, to direct its day-to-day activities. ARRL has 159,000 members, an annual budget of $15 million, 90 paid employees, a nationwide network of volunteers, and an elected board of 15 directors.

Newington Rules Against In-Home Dog Day Care In Residential Area

After months of discussion, the Newington plan and zoning commission rejected an amendment to regulations that would have allowed dog day care businesses in residential zones. During a meeting last week, commission members who voted against the proposed amendment said approving such a measure would allow a commercial business in a residential zone, and would be detrimental to the quality of life in Newington's residential neighborhoods.

Newington Residents Express Support For Community TV, Roads, Schools At Budget Hearing

The town council's adjusted budget is $118.7 million, with $72.8 million for the board of education and $36.6 million for the town. An additional $4.3 million is budgeted for the town capital improvement fund.

Cool Weather Does Not Keep Volunteers from Outdoor Volunteer Work in Newington

April is starting off more like winter than Spring and it' s a chilly day for a group providing a day of service in Newington. The cool spring weather didn't stop volunteers from beautifying Mill Pond Park in Newington Tuesday for a good cause.

Community News For The Wethersfield Edition

The Wethersfield Historical Society and Cedar Hill Cemetery Foundation present Connecticut Notable Trees at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 17, in the Keeney Ballroom at the Keeney Memorial Cultural Center, 200 Main St. The Notable Trees Project, established in 1985, collects and distributes information about Connecticut's largest and most historic trees, both native and introduced. Frank Kaputa will share the history of the project, along with details regarding identifying and measuring trees.

Newington Rotary Club Funds Construction Of New Pavilion For Churchill Park

When the Newington Rotary Club heard that the town Parks and Recreation department wanted to build a new pavilion in Churchill Park, they knew it was a project worth doing. "We're very pleased to be doing something in Newington that benefits all residents," David Tedeschi, project coordinator and vice president of the Rotary Club, said.

Newington Woman Fights To Keep Doggy Day Care In Business

As a dog lover, Amy Berube was always helping her friends out by watching their dogs when they went on vacation. So when the demands of working full time and parenting two young children became too much for her family, she decided to stay at home and supplement the family's finances by dogsitting.

Upward Hartford: By Day A Place Of Business, By Night A Social Hub...

Shana Schlossberg, founder and CEO of Upward Hartford, talks about using the shared office space for independent entrepreneurs as a space for art and social gatherings at night. Story here .

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