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For over 300 years, Fairfield's major source prosperity was agriculture. In the 1700s, corn, rye, wheat, potatoes, and flax were the main crops grown for export and consumption. Flax seed, used to make linseed oil, was shipped to Ireland where it was used to make fine linen cloth. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, shipbuilding was a profitable business for residents, as Fairfield's coast provided good harbors. As time progressed, agriculture declined as westward expansion made land back east valued for developmental potential rather than farmland.
Local Newspapers: Fairfield Citizen Fairfield Minuteman
Local Sports Teams: Fairfield Stags Bridgeport Blue Fish (ALPBC) New Haven Ravens (AA)
Local Colleges: Fairfield University
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Towns/Cities near fairfield, connecticut : Southport Fairfield Greens Farms Westport
Wine and spirits store eyes spring debut in Harbor Point
Harbor Point Wines & Spirits is scheduled to open between mid-April and early May 2018 at 130 Washington Blvd., in the South End of Stamford, Conn. Harbor Point Wines & Spirits is scheduled to open between mid-April and early May 2018 at 130 Washington Blvd., in the South End of Stamford, Conn.Notre Dame-Faifield rallies from 19 down to stun Danbury
Notre DameA's Josh Reaves makes a shot during the Division I boys basketball quarterfinals between Danbury and Notre Dame-Fairfield at Trumbull High, March 12, 2018. Notre DameA's Josh Reaves makes a shot during the Division I boys basketball quarterfinals between Danbury and Notre Dame-Fairfield at Trumbull High, March 12, 2018.Notre Dame-Fairfield outlasts Danbury, 76-70, in OT, moves to D-1 semis
Another great game in Trumbull tonight, as 2nd-seed Notre Dame of Fairfield and No. 7 Danbury sold the place out.Now in effect: Trout and salmon stamp among new fishing regulations
New Connecticut fishing regulations went into effect Friday, requiring some anglers to purchase a trout and salmon stamp, and extending the Mill River Wild Trout Management Area and making the Mill River Trout Management Area catch-and-release all year. Fees from the trout and salmon stamp will go to the Department of Energy and Environmental Conservation to support fishing activities.LobsterCraft opened its brick and mortar location at 1891 Post Road on Saturday.
LobsterCraft was started back in 2012 with a single food truck and has grown to two trucks and a grab-and-go brick and mortar in Fairfield. LobsterCraft was started back in 2012 with a single food truck and has grown to two trucks and a grab-and-go brick and mortar in Fairfield.The latest: NWS posts winter storm warning
A car was crushed by a fallen tree on Kellee Drive Thursday, March 8, 2018, as the Nor'Easter left downed trees and power outages across Norwalk, Conn. A car was crushed by a fallen tree on Kellee Drive Thursday, March 8, 2018, as the Nor'Easter left downed trees and power outages across Norwalk, Conn.3,200 customers remain without power Sunday afternoon
Justin Henriquez, a Heavy Wire Technician from Veridian Connections make repairs to the Primary Feeder line along Lakeside Drive and Interlaken Road on Friday, March 9, 2018 in Stamford, Connecticut. Henriquez, is part of an utility crew from Ontario, Canada that arrived late Thursday night to assist Eversource Power in their efforts to restore power to the area following Wednesday's Nor'Easter.An Eversource crew works on wires on Main Avenue in Norwalk, Conn., on Saturday, March 10, 2018.
His home, like more than 142,000 others in the state, lost electricity when heavy mixed precipitation and wind slammed the state Wednesday. But the Westport tech executive and Republican candidate for governor wasn't left in the dark as long as some people.Statewide cleanup, power restoration efforts continue on Saturday
Freddie Vega of Knob Hill Landscaping clears downed branches along Water Street Thursday, March 8, 2018, as the Nor'Easter left downed trees and power outages across Norwalk, Conn. Freddie Vega of Knob Hill Landscaping clears downed branches along Water Street Thursday, March 8, 2018, as the Nor'Easter left downed trees and power outages across Norwalk, Conn.Meet your neighbor...Nancy Lefkowitz, a community activist and...
Fairfield resident Nancy Lefkowitz spoke out against gun violence at a "Let's Talk About Guns" event on Feb. 22 in the Greenfield Hill Congregational Church. Fairfield resident Nancy Lefkowitz spoke out against gun violence at a "Let's Talk About Guns" event on Feb. 22 in the Greenfield Hill Congregational Church.WAYBACKWHEN ...1916
As Fairfielders brace to lose an hour of sleep this weekend, let's explore the origins of Daylight Saving Time. The concept of DST began in 1916, when several European countries pushed the clocks ahead by one hour to save fuel during World War I. By doing this, daylight was extended one hour longer.Fairfield teacher heads to trial
Jeff Iwanicki answers questions at a hearing in Fairfield on September 13,2017. He has been accused by a student of exposing himself on two separate occasions.Steve Lackey, of Fairfield, peruses records during WPKN's Music Mash...
Steve Lackey, of Fairfield, peruses records during WPKN's MUSIC MASH Record Fair 2018 at Read's Artspace building on Broad Street in Bridgeport, Conn., on Friday, Mar. 2, 2018. MUSIC MASH 2018 featured 50+ vendors from all over New England selling vinyl LP's, 45's, CD's and music collectibles.About 1,000 still without power following winter storm
A car was crushed by a fallen tree on Kellee Drive Thursday, March 8, 2018, as the Nor'Easter left downed trees and power outages across Norwalk, Conn. A car was crushed by a fallen tree on Kellee Drive Thursday, March 8, 2018, as the Nor'Easter left downed trees and power outages across Norwalk, Conn.A tight Fairfield budget hits DPW the hardest
The town side $131.3 million budget proposed by First Selectman Mike Tetreau reflects a lean 1.22 percent increase. While the bulk of that increase is due to contractual obligations for salaries and benefits, including medical insurance and pension funding, some departments were able to get their capital requests included in the spending plan, which is being reviewed by the Board of Selectmen and Board of Finance.Dog owners reminded about licenses and leashes
A woman heads onto the trails at Lake Mohegan, with her leashed dog. Animal Control officers are doing "zero tolerance" enforcement of laws on leashes, licensing, and vaccinations.UI, Eversource: Could be days before some get power back
A large down limb blocks traffic from passing on Dunham Road in Fairfield, Conn. on Thursday, March 8, 2018.Metro NYC snow totals vary wildly: 2 feet in some suburbs
Fairfield resident Emily Bodnar, 21, was arrested on charges of operating under the influence of drugs/alcohol and failure to drive in proper lane on March 4 in Westport. Fairfield resident Emily Bodnar, 21, was arrested on charges of operating under the influence of drugs/alcohol and failure to drive in proper lane on March 4 in Westport.A preemptive strike against an Asian Registry in Connecticut
Senator Tony Hwang, R-Fairfield, attends the governor's State of the State address during the opening session of the state legislature at the Capitol in Hartford, Conn. on Wednesday, February 7, 2018.
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