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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.
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Local Sports Teams: Wolves (USL) New Britain Rock Cats (AA)
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Emergency crews rescue hiker in Meriden
Related Coverage MERIDEN, Conn. - Rescue crews were needed to aid a hiker in Meriden on Saturday evening.Connecticut couple waits for word on deportation
They are waiting to see whether their parents, Franklin and Gioconba Ramos, both 43, will be able to proceed toward legal residence or be deported to Ecuador for the next decade. The couple are in a situation similar to that of Nury Chavarria of Norwalk, Luis Barrios of Derby, Marco Reyes of Meriden and Joel Colindres of New Fairfield, all of whom had complications with their cases that ended with final orders of deportation.School Officials Try To Pressure Lawmakers To Reach A Budget Deal
Following their annual meeting, school superintendents from throughout Connecticut gathered in front of Maloney High School to bemoan the lack of a state budget. The beginning of the school year should be a time for celebration, but without knowing how much education aid their schools will get superintendents are filled with a sense of dread and concern.Teen involved in fatal crash has sentencing pushed back
A Connecticut teenager who pleaded guilty to manslaughter for his role in a deadly car crash will now be sentenced in September. Eighteen-year-old Rashid Bashir, of Meriden , was initially scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday.Meriden Man Taking Sanctuary from Deportation Order Speaks
A Meriden father who sought sanctuary in a New Haven church when he was supposed to be deported Tuesday to Ecuador said he does not want to be separated from his children and is prepared to stay as long as he has the support of his family in the decision.Meriden father of 3 to be deported back to Ecuador
Deportation is a hot topic we have been following closely over the past few months. Family members ordered back to their native countries after calling Connecticut home for years with most of them hoping a court order gives their family members another chance.Stopping a Violent Burglary RingAn alert citizen and strong law...
Watches and jewelry stolen during a 2013 Fairfield, Connecticut robbery and kidnapping were recovered from the residence of one of the thieves in the robbery crew. Timothy Forbes was a career criminal who specialized in robbing jewelry stores.Meriden family hopes appeal will save father from deportation
Related Coverage MERIDEN, Conn. - "I am a good person because I want to stay here for my children for my wife" His fate is on shaky ground.New Greenwich head of Community Development on board
The new Community Development/Grant Administrator for the Town of Greenwich, Tyler Fairbairn, at town hall in Greenwich, Conn., Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017. The new Community Development/Grant Administrator for the Town of Greenwich, Tyler Fairbairn, at town hall in Greenwich, Conn., Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017.Connecticut father facing deportation ordered to leave US by Tuesday
MERIDEN, Connecticut -- A Connecticut family may be spending their last weekend together in the United States, as the father faces deportation next week. Marco Reyes of Meriden and his wife came to the US from Ecuador in 1997 with their two small children.Meriden Father Fights to Stay in U.S. After Deportation Order
Marco Reyes reported to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in July as scheduled and the father of three was told he would have to leave behind the life he built in Meriden and head back to Ecuador by Aug. 8. On Thursday, family and friends supporting Reyes gathered outside the Ribicoff federal building in Hartford, which houses the local ICE office. Reyes has been living in Connecticut with his wife and children since 1997, supporters said, and the problem came in 2007 when the family was vacationing and accidentally crossed into Canada.Police: Two Arrested In Southington Road Rage Outburst
Two men are scheduled to appear in court next week after they threw objects at each others cars during an outbreak of mutual road rage, police said Wednesday. Joseph Maldonado, 25, of Sandy Lane in Meriden and David Verchinski, 32, of Wedgewood Road in Southington both were charged with breach of peace and throwing objects at a motor vehicle, they said.Suit says police didna t watch woman who hanged self in jail
The estate of a woman found hanged in a Connecticut police department's holding cell is suing the city for more than $1 million. The suit filed against the city of Meriden by the estate of 29-year-old Erica Moreno alleges officers neglected to properly monitor the woman and failed to remove the drawstring from her sweatpants she used to hang herself.Suit Says Police Didn't Watch Woman Who Hanged Self In Meriden Jail
The estate of a woman found hanged in a Connecticut police department's holding cell is suing the city for more than $1 million. The suit filed against the city of Meriden by the estate of 29-year-old Erica Moreno alleges officers neglected to properly monitor the woman and failed to remove the drawstring from her sweatpants she used to hang herself.Without budget, Malloy says he'll shift aid to poorer school districts
With the first day of school quickly approaching, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Tuesday he will use his executive authority to shift state school aid from more affluent towns to better shield poor districts from cuts. The governor, citing the need to let school districts make staffing decisions now, said he is preparing to revise the executive order he signed to operate the state after lawmakers failed to pass a budget before the fiscal year began July 1. "We will re-evaluate how we'll distribute aid to communities," Malloy told reporters at a news conference at a high school in Meriden.'It's a sisterhood': How friendship helped 4 women lose 422 pounds combined
After hearing about her brother-in-law competing in Spartan and Tough Mudder races , Arleen Crespo hoped to join one, too. But weighing 230 pounds at 5 feet 5 inches tall, the grueling race seemed impossible to her.Somers Hires First Female Officer
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