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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.
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Local Colleges: The Baran Institute of Technology
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Towns/Cities near windsor, connecticut : Blue Hills Tariffville Windsor Locks East Hartford
Community News For The Manchester Edition
A work of alternative history, "Underground Airlines" by author Ben H. Winters describes a modern America, but one where the Civil War never occurred. The meeting will take place in the Howroyd Room at the Mary Cheney Library, 586 Main St., at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 26. The free program is open to the public and registration is not required.Community News For The Enfield Edition
Former Broad Brook resident and photographer Al Brewer will be displaying his photography during the month of February at the Warehouse Point Library, 107 Main St. Photographs include northeast coast lighthouses. For more information or directions, call the library at 860-623-5482.Friendship And A Kidney: Windsor Officer Donates Organ To Fellow Cop
During their years together on the Windsor Police Department, patrol officers Sue Bowman and Eduardo Cosme have become good friends. As close as they are though, Bowman took their friendship to a new level last summer when she stepped forward to see if she was a match to donate a kidney to Cosme, who had been out of work since December 2016 as he dealt with organ failure due to two polycystic kidneys.Council To Vote on Funding to Acquire Tradition Property
The town council, when it meets Tuesday, is expected to approve the use of open-space funds and other money to buy the 95-acre former Tradition Golf Club. The price of the land is $2.1 million, but almost $1.1 million of that is covered by a grant from the state's Open Space and Watershed Land Acquisition grant program.Community News For The South Windsor Edition
In honor of African-American History month, Book Club Bookstore, 869 Sullivan Ave., and author/Hartford researcher Barbara J. Beeching will explore the origins of the black middle class in Hartford at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17. A short presentation will be followed by a discussion on the topic based on Beeching's recently published book, "Hopes and Expectations." This is a free event with light refreshments.Youth Create Valentines For Veterans
Jailyn Randolph and Jada Coley send positive messages to Windsor veterans for Valentine's Day. The children sent valentines last year, a tradition started by WCC Youth Services Coordinator Sarah Maffiolini.Russian woman identified as victim of garbage truck crash
Police in Connecticut have identified a woman visiting the U.S. from Russia as the victim of a fatal crash involving a garbage truck. Windsor police confirmed Friday that 41-year-old Tatiana Vedentsova, of Moscow, was a passenger in a car driven by 33-year-old Pavel Kovalchuk, also of Moscow, that collided head-on Wednesday with the trash truck.Woman Dies In Windsor Crash
A 41-year-old woman was killed Wednesday afternoon when the car she was riding in collided with a garbage truck on Bloomfield Avenue.Tri-Town Hockey On A Roll
The Jan. 26 win over the Eastern CT Eagles was a comeback 6-5 win, after Tri-Town spent nearly nine minutes of the first period under penalty. "This year has been up and down," said coach Kyle Fijalkowski, who is in his first year with the team.'Historic' Art For Windsor High Students
The Windsor Historical Society welcomed the return of the 'Layer of Home' art exhibition, on Jan. 27, which features collages constructed by students in Windsor High School's Pre-Advanced Placement art program. The artists drew inspiration from tours in the town's historic district, including the Palisado Cemetery and landmarks that define Windsor's past.Vermont man insists he didn't kill mother, grandfather
A Vermont man accused by family members of killing his millionaire grandfather and possibly his mother said several of his relatives are "being driven by malice and greed" and are spreading lies about him. Nathan Carman has been called a suspect in the 2013 shooting death of 87-year-old real estate developer John Chakalos in Windsor, Connecticut.Police say James Libby, 60, neglected his 94-year-old father so severely that he caused his death.
Police had to trudge through two to three feet of debris to get to 94-year-old Robert Libby: soiled adult diapers, garbage and thousands of beer cans, authorities said. When they arrived at the South Windsor, Connecticut home, Libby's son, James, didn't want to let them come inside , The Hartford Courant reported.His son was his caretaker. Police found insects eating the 94-year-olda s body.
Police had to trudge through two to three feet of debris to get to 94-year-old Robert Libby: soiled adult diapers, garbage and thousands of beer cans, authorities said. When they arrived at the South Windsor, Connecticut home, Libby's son, James, didn't want to let them come inside , The Hartford Courant reported.Dining Event Benefits Project Graduation
Dom's pledged a percentage of daily receipts to Project Graduation, which hosts an annual alcohol-free, overnight celebration, on graduation night, at the high school. Steady Saturday breakfast and lunch crowds at the eatery ensured a successful haul for Project Graduation, an all-volunteer parent organization.Community News For The Windsor Edition
Author and Holocaust child survivor Irene Levin Berman will speak about her two books that were inspired by her childhood in Nazi-occupied Norway. The talk and book signing will take place at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21, at Duncaster, 40 Loeffler Road.Windsor woman seriously injured in Manchester crash
Connecticut State Police say just before 11 p.m., 21-year-old Sazia Coleman was traveling on I-384 westbound, near exit 2, when for an unknown reason her car went off the roadway to the left and struck a tree. The crash remains under investigation at this time.Get To Know 13 Connecticut Dogs Heading To Westminster
We met 15 of the 128 Connecticut dogs headed to the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, which is Feb. 10 to 13. We introduce a few of the pups here, and you can read more about all our new friends here . We met 15 of the 128 Connecticut dogs headed to the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, which is Feb. 10 to 13. We introduce a few of the pups here, and you can read more about all our new friends here .Healthy Windsor Grand List Growth
The town's grand list of taxable property increased by $73 million, or 2.53 percent, in 2017, rising to about $2.96 billion. In a memo to town officials, Assessor Lawrence LeBarbera said the real estate portion of the list grew by about $30 million, or 1.34 percent, to a total of about $2.27 billion over last year.MRO Briefs-Feb. 1, 2018
Airinmar was selected by Kenya Airways to assist in enhancing its supply chain management and performance, and maximizing new aircraft warranty entitlement recovery. FL Technics has a 3-year contract with Bulgaria Air for extended MRO services; and a 3-year Bulgaria Air contract to provide base maintenance services for 10 aircraft.Windsor Schools Receives $335,000 Grant
Windsor schools have received the third installment of a five-year grant aimed at helping the district develop stronger ties with families and community partners. The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving awarded the district about $390,000 in each of the first two years of the grant and about $335,000 this year.
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