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During the early 20th century, New Britain was known as the "Hardware Capital of the World. " Major manufacturers, such as The Stanley Works, Corbin Locks and North & Judd, were headquartered here. The wire coat hanger was invented in 1869 by O. A. North of New Britain. In 1895 the basketball technique of dribbling was developed at the New Britain YMCA. In1954, the development of racquetball also happened at the YMCA.

Population: 71254
Local Newspapers: The Hartford Courant
Local Sports Teams: New Britain Rock Cats (Double A) UConn Huskies Central Connecticut State Blue Devils
Local Colleges: Central Connecticut State University

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Towns/Cities near new britain, connecticut : Kensington Newington Berlin Rocky Hill Merien Bristol

New Britain News
Megyn Kelly interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones proves a ratings disappointment

The ratings from Sunday are in, and it seems the American TV-viewing public would rather watch old blooper-filled home video montages than a conspiracy theorist's interview. On Father's Day evening, ABC's repeat episode of "America's Funniest Home Videos" outperformed NBC's "Megyn Kelly," the subject of a firestorm of controversy due to interview subject Alex Jones , Entertainment Weekly reported Monday.

Art League Of New Britain Salutes Figure Model Jyll Kashmann

Artist's model Jyll Kashmann of West Hartford is fondly recalled by artists at Art League of New Britain. Read story here .

Community News For The Wethersfield Edition

The Wethersfield Historical Society presents its summer Keeney Kids history program, "Life Giving Waters: Developing River Communities in Wethersfield." Children entering grades 1-8 will explore Wethersfield history through historical activities, tours, stories and games at the Wethersfield Museum at the Keeney Memorial Cultural Center and surrounding historic sites.

Norwegian Air Begins Flights From Bradley to Scotland

"Both of our families have roots in Scotland, we've always wanted to go," Stephanie Purington of South Deerfield, Mass., said. "With food and tax and everything, 505 roundtrip.

Drenching Rain Marks Departure Of These New Britain Hurricanes

Facing one final challenge before graduating, more than 550 New Britain High School seniors endured a brief but torrential rain late Friday at their commencement at Veterans Memorial Stadium. The graduates spent more than an hour under a steady drizzle before a flash of fierce rainfall thoroughly drenched them - and much of the audience - partway through the distribution of diplomas.

Access Health Facing Uncertainty

Concern over the stability of the individual insurance market has grown exponentially since President Donald Trump took office, as there are fears that payments from the federal government won't be received by Connecticut. Republicans in Congress have already passed a bill through the U.S. House of Representatives that ended the individual mandate for people to have insurance, but it's not yet clear what will come out of the U.S. Senate.

Lawsuit Alleges Bristol Mayor Cockayne Retaliated After Harassment Complaint

A legal secretary in the corporation counsel's office is suing the city, claiming she was the target of retaliation after she lodged a sexual harassment complaint against Mayor Ken Cockayne . The lawsuit by Noelle Bates contends that Cockayne and senior members of his administration waged "a campaign of harassment, intimidation and discrimination" against her.

Community News For The Wethersfield Edition

A blood drive in memory of Nora Cornelio will take place from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, June 16, at Core Barre Studio,85 Market Square. WETHERSFIELD - With changes to state laws regarding recreational and medical marijuana use, increasingly, businesses and human resource professionals have questions on how to address drug testing policies and ensure a safe workplace for all employees.

Garage Destroyed In New Britain Fire

The fire was reported about 1:28 a.m. and firefighters were on scene within minutes. The first to arrive reported seeing flames from the residential garage, officials said.

Man convicted of murdering his wife in 1995

Some 21 years after the body of a woman was found dumped near the entrance to Tolland State Forest in Otis, Robert Honsch was convicted in Hampden Superior Court in Springfield Monday for killing his wife. Honsch was found guilty of murdering his wife, Marcia Honsch, and is also charged with murdering his then-teenaged daughter, Elizabeth, whose body was found in New Britain, Conn., on Sept.

Community News For The East Hartford Edition

The CT River Valley Chamber of Commerce presented a $1,000 scholarship to students pursuing an education in business to graduating students from East Hartford High School and Glastonbury High School: Michelle Dajczak from East Hartford and Patrick Sconzo of Glastonbury. Sconzo was presented with the Bobbie Beganny Scholarship, which was established in remembrance of a former chamber executive director.

New Britain: Revaluation Workers Will Be Visiting Homes

The city is advising residents that workers from Municipal Valuation Services LLC of Fairfield are visiting local homes this spring to collect data for the tax revaluation. Workers be inspecting about 5,000 residential properties.

Art: Varujan Boghosian: Artist's 'Curious Magic' making appearance at Currier

Varujan Boghosian, who crafts collages and assembled sculptures, titled this 2011 piece "Above and Below." It is part of an exhibition going on view Saturday at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester.  - New Hampshire's Varujan Boghosian uses the ordinary to create the extraordinary.

Plainville Residents Hear Water Is Safe, Valley Water Will Work To Soften Mineral Deposits

Drinking water here is safe but has dissolved minerals that are tough on plumbing, state and local officials said Thursday at a meeting with some of the 130 utility customers who raised concerns this winter about water quality. The three-hour session ended with Valley Water officials pledging to try and reduce levels of dissolved calcium and sodium that makes its well-field water clog plumbing and water-using appliances including irons, dishwashers and furnaces.

New Britain High School Students' Artwork To Be Displayed At City Hall

New Britain has used city hall's second-floor hallway for exhibits by local artists and high school art teachers, and this month will put up a new show by local students. The exhibition will feature artwork by New Britain High School students; an opening reception is planned at city hall for June 14. "We call it Art in the Heart of the City," Mayor Erin Stewart said.

New Britain Youth Theater to Stage Summer of Love at New Britain Museum of American Art

Flower power, doves and hawks, draft card burning, high society and counter-culture, and the Summer of Love will be the background for an upcoming production of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet by New Britain Youth Theater . Actors ages 10 through 19 will perform the teen tragedy free to the public on the grounds of the nationally acclaimed New Britain Museum of American Art at 56 Lexington Street in New Britain.

New Britain Safe Graduation Team Seeks Assistance

The New Britain High School Parent Teacher Organization is asking the community to help fund the city's 2017 safe graduation party. The party runs from 9 p.m. through 5 a.m. and includes food, games, raffles and entertainment, such as inflatables, air hockey, casino games, fortune tellers, tattoo artists, karaoke and a hypnotist.

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