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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

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Albano Ballet Showcases Young Dancers In 'Peter and the Wolf' At Mohegan

Albano Ballet rehearses "Peter and the Wolf," which debuts Aug. 3 at Mohegan Sun Casino, one of six ballets in its Summer Dance repertoire. More here.

Comic Con returns to Stamford

JoJo Vargas, 2, of West Haven, center, shows his Super Fan pose with other costume characters during the Lock City Anime and Comic Con at the Stamford Sheraton Hotel on Saturday, July 22, 2017 in Stamford, Connecticut. Several hundred area locals and enthusiasts dressed in character costumes, enjoyed workshops, zombie school, contests and a meet and greet of some of favorite fandom celebrities.

Berlin Police Chief Paul Fitzgerald Announces Retirement

Police Chief Paul Fitzgerald plans to retire in October after 14 years leading the town's 42-officer department, police commission chair Robert Peters said Friday. "He told the commission Wednesday night of his decision," Peters, a retired town police sergeant said.

Post Card Collectors Stage 32nd Annual Show In Bristol

The 32nd annual Post Card Show will be held July 23 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Bristol Historical Society. The show was originally put on a the Terry Homestead, but is now at the museum at 98 Summer St. Tom Dickau, past president of the Bristol Historical Society, is the coordinator.

From Years Of Despair, William Petit Rebuilds Family, New Life

William Petit hugs his former Plainville High School teacher, Kathleen Hein of Burlington, at Bolo Bakery & Cafe in Plainville during a breakfast discussion Petit hosted for constituents in June. Petit took a home economics class with Hein during his senior year at Plainville High School.

Manchester man arrested for larceny, unemployment compensation fraud

A Manchester man was arrested on larceny and fraud charges for illegally collecting almost $8,000 in Unemployment Compensation benefits. The State of Connecticut Division of Criminal Justice says 35-year-old Angel Rivera was arrested by by Inspectors from the Unemployment Compensation Fraud Unit in the Office of the Chief State's Attorney for fraudulently collecting about $7,762 in unemployment benefits.

Profiling study includes New Milford

Researchers at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain say they have found some common factors in nine Connecticut police departments, including New Milford, previously identified as having an issue with pulling over a disproportionately large number of minorities. Their supplemental study, presented Thursday to a state advisory board on police profiling, Here you can find useful examples and description about searching the news archive.

Robert F. Kampe

Robert F. Kampe, 87, of West Hartford, Conn. and a parttime Jamestown resident for nearly 50 years, died July 16 at Autumn Lake Health Care of New Britain, Conn.

Two teenagers charged in murder of man in Hartford

Hartford Police officers were called to the intersection of Garden Street and Westland Street around 2 p.m. after the ShotSpotter system activated for four shots fired. Once officers arrived, they found 63-year-old Jeffrey Worrell suffering from a gunshot wound to the head.

Trumbull's Gleen is Hearst Connecticut Media boys track MVP

Trumbull's Tyler Gleen leads the pack en route to a first-place finish in the 800 meter run at the CIAC State Outdoor Track and Field Open Championships at Willow Brook Park in New Britain, Conn. Monday, June 5, 2017.

Bizarre Fake Bomb Bank Robbery Plea

A Pennsylvania man was sentenced to the home invasion and botched robbery that ended with a fake bomb strapped to an executive at a New Britain, Connecticut, bank. Michael Benanti was sentenced to four life sentences, plus an additional 155 years, for his conviction involving a violent bank extortion and robbery spree spanning four states.

Victim Of Fake-Bomb Plot Recounts Terrifying Fear, Emotional Toll For Sentencing Judge

Matthew Yussman of Bristol was the victim of a home invasion on February 23, 2015, and was wrongly accused of being the inside guy to a failed bank robbery of the Credit Union he works for. Yussman and his mother Valerie were held against their will in the home they share in Bristol, a fake bomb was taped to his chest then he was sent to work while the bank robbers told him they also put a bomb under his mother's bed to enforce their plan.

Hearst Connecticut Media girls track all-stars

Updated 6:14 pm, Monday, July 17, 2017 Photo: Brian A. Pounds / Hearst Connecticut Media Fairfield Ludlowe's Brianna Auray runs the anchor leg in the girls 4 x 400 meter relay at the State Open Outdoor Track championships at Willow Brook Park in New Britain, Conn. on Monday, June 5, 2017.

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Tom Dudchik's Emmy-winning "Capitol Report" program returned Sunday to WTNH Channel 8, the New Haven ABC affiliate, after a three-year hiatus. Tom Dudchik's Emmy-winning "Capitol Report" program returned Sunday to WTNH Channel 8, the New Haven ABC affiliate, after a three-year hiatus.

Community News For The Wethersfield Edition

The Newington Parks and Recreation Department and Newington Parks and Recreation Board are pleased to announce that Dr. Ellen Leonard donated $5,000 to the Newington Parks and Recreation Department in order to install a handicapped accessible drinking fountain, a dog drinking fountain and a water jug filling attachment at Mill Pond Park. It will be surface mounted to the exterior bathhouse wall of the pool near the new Saputo Fitness Center.

Pup-Up Market Is Extra Attraction At New Britain Museum

There will be produce from local farmers and various foods from local food trucks, along with handmade goods produced by central Connecticut residents. The bazaar on the museum's front terrace is free with museum admission.

Psychiatrist Wants Accelerated Rehabilitation In Deadly Hit-And-Run

A Middletown psychiatrist who drove a car that struck and killed a 76-year-old woman crossing the Silas Deane Highway in Wethersfield in 2016 and then left the scene says he should be granted accelerated rehabilitation because police determined the woman caused the accident. Juan Sosa, 80, appeared in New Britain Superior Court last week where his attorney, Hubert Santos, told Judge Joan Alexander if "there was ever anyone who should be eligible for AR, it is Dr. Sosa."

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