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The first English settlement in the state of Connecticut Windsor is located just north of Hartford. Before European settlers arrived the area was home to the Pequot and Mohegan Native American tribes. The first highway in the state was between Windsor and Hartford and opened in 1638. Windsor is the location of the home of Oliver Ellsworth, the third Chief Justice of the United States. Today the area is also home to two golf courses.

Population: 28778
Local Newspapers: The New Haven Register
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: The Baran Institute of Technology

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Towns/Cities near windsor, connecticut : Blue Hills Tariffville Windsor Locks East Hartford

Windsor News
Carla's Pasta Expanding Operations (Again) In South Windsor

Carla Squatrito, founder and president of Carla's Pasta, talks about how she learned to make pasta from her grandmother as a young girl in Torino, Italy, and about her company's third expansion of its South Windsor facility - this time an 80,000 square foot addition now underway. After opening her first store in Mancester in 1978, Squatrito, 76, continues to play an active role in the company with her two sons Sandro and Sergio and their ubiquitous presence in high-end restaurants like Ruth Chris, Buffalo Wild Wings and others across the country.

New Hampshire Probate Court Sets First Hearing In Aunts' Petition Against Nathan Carman

Nathan Carman, whose mother is presumed dead after their boat sank in the Atlantic Ocean last year, will appear in New Hamsphire court next month for first hearing in slayer lawsuit filed against him by his aunts. Nathan Carman, whose mother is presumed dead after their boat sank in the Atlantic Ocean last year, will appear in New Hamsphire court next month for first hearing in slayer lawsuit filed against him by his aunts.

Annual Windsor Palette And Brush Club Exhibition Opens At Town Hall

More than 60 paintings, photos, and mixed-media art pieces went on display at town hall, part of the Windsor Palette and Brush Club's annual fall exhibition. Members meet the second Tuesday of the month, at the L.P. Wilson Community Center.

Community News For The Windsor Edition

The Weekend Wheels Program is the recipient of an award donation from Stop & Shop New England. This award will help the program continue its mission of providing a backpack filled with food to elementary school children whose families are in need of food assistance.

Community News For The West Hartford Edition

Jewish Family Services Tara's Closet and the Jewish Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford have donated hundreds of winter clothing items to the Centro de Ayuda Para Nuestros Amigos Caribeos, Help Center for our Caribbean Friends, a relief center managed by CREC and local community agencies. The relief center, located at 15 Van Dyke Ave., Hartford, opened on Nov. 1. The relief center is dedicated to helping displaced families relocating to the Hartford region from Puerto Rico and the Caribbean islands as the result of recent hurricanes.

Community News For The South Windsor Edition

Hear local author David Abare at Book Club Bookstore, 869 Sullivan Ave., from 6 to 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17. He will talk about his novel, "The Swing Over the Ocean." This is a free event with light refreshments; signed books are available for purchase.

UConn political organizations say grassroot movements cause Democratic success

Both College Republicans and College Democrats at UConn said they aim to spark political conversation and engagement in today's youth through guest speakers and debate. Both University of Connecticut political organizations and students agree that grassroot movements and recent national administration changes were the cause of recent success for Connecticut Democrats in last week's municipal elections.

Windsor Veteran Receives High School Diploma

So, during his senior year, when he learned that he wasn't going to earn enough credits to make it to graduation with the Windsor High School Class of 1959, Putinas did what he thought was best for his future: he joined the Navy. Putinas spent five years on active duty and then followed that up with 36 years in the reserves before retiring as a 1st Class Petty Officer.

Powerscreen New England Holds Grand Opening in Conn.

Powerscreen New England's new facility in South Windsor, Conn., boasts 20,000 sq. ft. of shop space with six bays and a 34-ft.

Voting Ends In Windsor; Democrats Look To Hold Majority

Voting has come to an end in Windsor and Don Trinks, the long-time mayor is looking to hold onto his seat for another term while Democrats are looking to keep their majority on the town council. In total, Democrats are running five candidates: Trinks, Richard T. O'Reilly, Jill Jenkins, Joe McAuliffe and Jody Terranova, for the council.

Community News For The East Hartford Edition

"Our Music... Our Faith" A Celebratory Concert will take place at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 12, at Faith Lutheran Church, 1120 Silver Lane. Musicians and members of Faith Lutheran Church will perform in a concert to celebrate the congregation's purchase of a new Allen digital organ, and the gift of a restored 1966 Steinway Baby Grand piano a several months prior.

Central Connecticut has Kansas City-style barbecue

Bear's Smokehouse is a big roadhouse- and Kansas City-style barbecue spot that has taken central Connecticut by storm. There is almost always a line to order, but it moves fast, and after reaching the cashiers at the end, you seat yourself in one of many areas with tables, inside or out.

Community News For The Windsor Edition

The Windsor Art Center will be hosting a sculpture show entitled Imagers in Conversation, beginning Saturday, Nov. 11. The two sculptors featured in this exhibition are Delois Barnes and James Buxton. Both individually and together, their works spark and engage dialogue around societal issues.

Community News For The Enfield Edition

Asnuntuck Community College's Diversity Committee and Pride Club will host an evening of music as part of Trans/Gender Awareness Week. Acoustic guitarist and composer Dana Merritt will perform on Tuesday, Nov. 14, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at 170 Elm St. ENFIELD - The Enfield Senior Center, 299 Elm St., is hosting the following events.

Empty Bowl Project Celebrates 20th Anniversary

The Empty Bowls Project at MCC has raised a total of $270,000 to benefit Foodshare since its inception. This year, more than $28,000 was raised.

Highlights: South Windsor football shuts out Hall, 21-0

One of the biggest upsets in high school football last week was East Hartford over Southington. East Hartford has only one loss this year, and it came to a really good South Windsor team.

'Buy Nothing Project' Pays In Camaraderie

Imagine being a part of group that is based on generosity with wanting nothing in return - that's what the Buy Nothing Project is. "Everything is completely voluntary, without the expectation of any reward.

SS&C Acquires Digital Services Provider Modestspark

SS&C Technologies Holdings on Tuesday unveiled its acquisition of Modestspark, a small provider of a portal and tools related to client experience, and is planning on using the purchase to expand its accounting solutions. SS&C, Windsor, Conn., No.

Reception Held For Departing Board Of Education Members

Yvette Ali is coming off the Board of Education after serving two years. Here, she is seen speaking with Town Councilor Randy McKenney.

Community News For The Enfield Edition

Enfield Safe Harbor Warming Center is in need of volunteers. The warming center is a safe place for people spend the night out of the cold from Jan. 15 to March 31. Anyone interested in becoming an overnight volunteer, serving on a committee, or helping in any way may attend the volunteer meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 7 at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 383 Hazard Ave. If you are unable to attend or need more information, you can contact Lorraine Creedon at 860-749-0931.

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