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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
Broadway Star Mandy Gonzalez Trains Local Students

"History is happening" in New Britain as local performance students got the chance to learn from one of the best on Broadway Monday. In partnership with Central Connecticut State University and the Ana Grace Project, Mandy Gonzalez put on a special workshop today at New Britain High School.

Free Samba Festival Returns To Trinity College

Brazilian singer Adrianna, guitarist Gilvan de Oliveira and his Trio and dozens of other performers appear at the free festival, which takes place on the Trinity College Life Sciences Quadrangle in Hartford on Saturday, April 28, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. In addition, Samba Fest 2018 wraps around "Rhythmic Reflections: Exploring Community in Brazilian Music," a daylong academic conference at Trinity on Thursday, April 26 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., ending with an Evening Processional and Congado Celebration at the Trinity College Chapel at 6:30 p.m. Additional weekday events include workshops, performances pop-events at Trinity, on the Central Connecticut State University campus in New Britain, at Hall High School and Blue Back Square in West Hartford, and at UConn Hartford.

Staying awake through the barnstorming for governor

I am ready for Tim Herbst to morph into an impression of Peter Lumaj. I know he has some latent method-acting skills.

'Frank Lloyd Wright' Documentary At NBMAA

New Britain Museum of American Ark, 56 Lexington St., ends each month with a Thursday-afternoon screening of a film about art. The April selection is "Frank Lloyd Wright."

Partnering For Comcast Cares Day

NBC Connecticut is stepping outside the newsroom and into the community to volunteer during Comcast's 17th Comcast Cares Day on Saturday, April 21. During Comcast Cares Day, employees, along with their families, friends and community members are volunteering to clean up schools and nonprofits in their neighborhoods to make a change. In Connecticut, Comcast expects more than 700 volunteers from across the state to help six sites.

Puerto Rico To CT Cocaine Trafficking Ring Probe Nets Seven Indictments

Seven people were indicted on Thursday, April 19 on charges related to alleged smuggling of cocaine via the mail from Puerto Rico to Connecticut, according to U.S. Attorney John H. Durham, Charged in the indictment were: Erick Suarez, 29, of New Britain; Jerry "Bebo" Rodriguez, 28, of Hartford; Luis Gonzalez-Ofarril, 23, of New Britain; Luis Torres, 35, of New Britain; and Gregory Torres, 39, of Hartford. Two additional suspects from Puerto Rico were indicted.

Volunteers Target New Britain's North Oak Section For Major Cleanup

The New Britain neighborhood at the heart of a dispute about unchecked blight will conduct a massive volunteer cleanup on Saturday morning. Central Connecticut State University is encouraging students and staff to participate in the North Oak NRZ cleanup, and police are hosting a kickoff breakfast at the North Oak substation.

New Britain Youth Theater Awarded $30K in Grant Money

NBC Connecticut and Telemundo Connecticut have awarded the New Britain Youth Theater a $30,000 grant as part of our Project Innovation program. NBC Connecticut, Telemundo Connecticut and NBC Universal are proud to bring you Project Innovation.

Former New London resident sentenced for unemployment fraud

A former New London woman was sentenced Thursday to 18 months in prison for fraudulently collecting $39,708 in unemployment compensation and failing to appear in court for her sentencing. According to the Division of Criminal Justice, Yveline Louissaint, 38, formerly of 309 Crystal Ave., claimed to be a U.S. citizen while collecting unemployment compensation benefits between July 2009 and May 2011.

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.

Car Accidents Topic Of Berlin High School Prom Safety Event

Berlin High juniors and seniors soon to attend proms heard a Wolcott mother's cautionary talk Wednesday about unsafe driving and the 2007 accident that killed her teenage son and daughter and their friend - all high school students.

2 juveniles arrested following multi-town police pursuit

HARTFORD/NEW BRITAIN, Conn. - Two juveniles were arrested following a police pursuit of a stolen motor vehicle through multiple towns early Thursday morning.

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To continue reading this premium story, you need to become a member. Click below to take advantage of an exclusive offer for new members: Joshua Jarvis, 18, of 38 Cranston Drive, Groton, was charged Tuesday with reckless driving and following too close with intent to harass.

MicroCare Presents its Latest Advancements in Cleaning at SMT Hybrid Packaging

New Britain, CT - MicroCare Europe bvba will showcase its newest electronics cleaning products at the SMT Hybrid Packaging Show in Nuremberg, Germany. The expo runs from 5-7 June 2018.

Harriet Beecher Stowe Center Names New Director

The Harriet Beecher Stowe Center in Hartford has hired Dr. Briann G. Greenfield as its new executive director. She will begin June 18. Katherine D. Kane will retire May 11 after 20 years as director of the historic house museum, which was once home to the author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin."

Babysitters Arrested After Young Kids Found Wandering Street

Two babysitters face charges after the young children they were supposed to be watching were found wandering down a busy street in New Britain, according to New Britain police. Police said the children, ages 3 and 4, were walking on South Main Street Monday when someone spotted them and picked them up.

Most pressing issue for future governor is the economy, a poll of UConn students shows

A majority of surveyed University of Connecticut undergraduate students said the economy and taxes are the issues that matter most to them in the upcoming gubernatorial election, according to the results of a poll conducted by The Daily Campus. A majority of surveyed University of Connecticut undergraduate students said the economy and taxes are the issues that matter most to them in the upcoming gubernatorial election, according to the results of a poll conducted by The Daily Campus.

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