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Hamden's nickname is "The Land of the Sleeping Giant," after a hill formation in the rural northern section of town. It was settled by Puritans after being purchased from the Quinnipiack Native American tribe that originally inhabited the area. When the town was incorporated, in 1786, residents named it after the English statesman John Hampden. During the late nineteenth century, Italian and Irish immigrants poured into Hampden. Today, there is a large Italian-American population. Notable residents include The Rock (Dwayne Douglas Johnson) and Eli Whitney (inventor of the cotton gin).

Population: 60960
Local Newspapers: Hamden Chronicle Hamden Journal
Local Sports Teams: Wolves (USL) New Britain Rock Cats (AA) New Haven Ravens (AA)
Local Colleges: Quinnipiac University Paier College of Art Mount Sacred College

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Towns/Cities near hamden, connecticut : North Haven Wallingford Northford

Hamden News
Prendergast v. Commissioner of Motor Vehicles

Lavine, Keller and Pellegrino, Js.Malaina J. Sylvestre, certified legal intern, with whom was Kristi Thomaston, for the appellant . Christine Jean-Louis, assistant attorney general, with whom, on the brief, was George Jepsen, attorney general, Hartford, for the appellee .

Water rescue made in Hamden after van goes into lake

The Hamden fire department tweeted that one person was successfully rescued from Lake Whitney after a van went into the lake. The unidentified victim was taken to Yale New Haven Hospital where their condition is unknown at this time.

Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump White House roles inappropriate: poll

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner attend the Manus x Machina Fashion in an Age of Technology Costume Institute Gala A new poll conducted by Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut, from April 12 to April 18 showed that a majority of registered voters in the United States thought the significant roles played by Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner at the White House were inappropriate. The results of the survey were published Wednesday.

Ex-Derby nursing home eyed for foreign students dorm and...

Instead David Gerrera and Feng Chen , founders of APEX International Education Partners see it as a home and learning center for their international high school students who are here studying at places like Laurelton Hall in Milford, Notre Dame in Fairfield and West Haven and Hamden Hall in Hamden. There, Theodore J. Estwan Jr., the commission's chairman advised him that the nursing home is located in a residential zone and there are no special exemption currently on the books that would permit him to immediately purchase the property and go ahead with the plans.

Hamden fire department responds to two accidental fires

The Hamden Fire Marshal's office determined that both incidents were accidental, and no injuries were reported, but there was exterior damage to both residential properties involved. The fire department was able to quickly extinguish a fire at a three-family home on 34 Second Street in Hamden on Tuesday morning.

Quinnipiac president to step down after 3 decades on the job

The president of Quinnipiac University, who oversaw massive growth at the Connecticut school , has announced that he will step down after more than three decades on the job. President John Lahey said in a weekend message to the school community that he plans on retiring on June 30, 2018.

Connecticut Immigrant Community to Miss 'Ally' in Governor Malloy

Governor Dannel Malloy has been an ally for the immigrant community in Connecticut, according to John Lugo, an organizer for Unidad Latino En Accion in New Haven. "Through him we were able to have the driver licenses, to pass the Trust Act which limited collaboration between law enforcement and immigration," Lugo said.

2 people arrested after domestic dispute in Hamden

Hamden Police responded to a residence on Town Walk Drive around 9:15 a.m. after receiving reports of a domestic dispute . When they arrived, they found 29-year-old Shakeya King of Hamden and 28-year-old Dante Barnes of Stamford arguing.

Route 15 reopens after multi-vehicle accident near tunnel

The southbound Wilbur Cross Parkway is closed at the West Rock tunnel because of a multi-vehicle accident on Friday, April 14, 2017. Lanes are closed between Exits 60 and 59 between Hamden and New Haven.

Whitney Avenue in Hamden may see big changes

The New Haven Register reports that the state is proposing to reduce the number of lanes on Whitney Avenue from School Street all the way down to Mount Carmel Avenue at Quinnipiac University . The paper says that the plan calls for Whitney Avenue to go from four lanes down to three lanes in that area.

Poll shows Perriello leading among Democrats and Gillespie tops in GOP

The latest poll among Democrats in the Governor's race reflects recent gains for onetime 5th District Congressman Tom Perriello. A Quinnipiac University survey of voters who identify as Democrats shows Perriello leading Lieutenant Governor Ralph Northam, 25-20%.

Preparing artifacts of the 'Great War' for the digital age

In this April 6, 2017 photo, a World War I discharge paper awaits scanning at the Connecticut State Library in Hartford, Conn. The library is in the midst of a project to digitally preserve photos, letters, documents and other artifacts from the war, which the U.S. entered 100 years ago this month.

Preparing artifacts of the 'Great War' for the digital age

This June 1918 photo provided by Rick Maynard of Guilford, Conn., shows a letter sent by his great uncle Sgt. Paul Maynard to his family from France during World War I. Rick Maynard found the letter in a basement and is having it and other World War I items he found digitally preserved with the help of the Connecticut State Library, which is in the midst of a project to archive artifacts from the war.

One Person Shot Outside Hamden Bar

According to Hamden police, a fight started inside Slyce Pizza Bar, 141 Arch St., and escalated into the parking lot where the victim was shot. Police say after the victim was shot, he drove himself about three blocks to Pine Rock Road and then called 9-1-1.

Skimming device believed used to steal debit card information

The Wolcott Police Department is looking for the public's help in identifying two suspects who fraudulently used a debit card with another resident's debit card information believed to have been stolen through a skimming device. According to Wolcott Police, on April 3rd at approximately 10:30 p.m. two males were at Walmart on Dixwell Avenue in Hamden where one used a debit to card to make a purchase.

On Century old anniversary a " New focus to Preserve Connecticuta s WWI History

At just 18 years old, Robert Remington of Hamden found himself in faraway France, serving with New Haven's 102nd Regiment. "His family was one of the families to go over to France and bring him back here to America," said Jason Bischoff-Wurstle, the New Haven Museum Director of Photo Archives.

Hamden neighbors sound off against Rocky Top development plans

A developer wants to build a new housing complex in an area off Rocky Top Road in Hamden, but some neighbors say it will harm the environment, ruin the neighborhood and may even be dangerous. They believe this will affect all of northern Hamden, not just their immediate area.

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