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Established in 1667 Wallingford is located along the Quinnipiac River. George Washington is said to have passed through the area two different times. Wallingford was originally known for its pewter manufacturers and later for its nickel silver. It is also the birth place of Winston Churchill's great great grandfather, the founder of the Associated press, Yale Beach, and Lyman Hall, signer of the Declaration of Independence.

Population: 43026
Local Newspapers: The Register Citizen
Local Sports Teams: Yale Bulldogs
Local Colleges: Quinnipiac University North Haven Campus

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Towns/Cities near wallingford, connecticut : Yalesville Cheshire Village North Haven Northford

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Donald Trump wanted his daughter Ivanka to get Breast Implants when she was a teenager

Trump wanted daughter Ivanka to get BREAST IMPLANTS when she was a teen to further her modelling career, new book on the First Family claims She also flashed her breasts at a hot dog seller across from the posh Chapin school in Manhattan when she was in eighth grade, a new book claims The incident became known as a 'scandale', but her teachers were angrier when she lied to them to skip school and work on her modeling portfolio In Born Trump: Inside America's First Family, author Emily Jane Fox writes that former schoolmates at the all-girls school revealed the prank to her When she was in her sophomore year, Ivanka learned how to give oral sex from a friend who showed her on a banana, the book claims Ivanka Trump was pressured to get implants by her father when she was pursuing a modelling career as a teenager, a new book on the now-first daughter and her family claims.

Goodspeed To Stage Dickens' Tale Of Downtrodden 'Oliver Twist'

'Please sir, I want some more." That's the phrase that sets "Oliver Twist" in motion.

CT: Commuters Head To Work On New Hartford Line's First Daily Rail Service

June 18--Daily service on the much-anticipated New Haven to Springfield CTrail commuter line began Monday with light traffic and no major hiccups. State residents flocked to stations over the weekend for free trial rides, but the hectic weekend gave way to a modest Monday morning as the line's bread and butter -- workers headed to Hartford or New Haven and beyond -- began their commutes.

Hartford Line's First Daily Commuters Begin Using Rail Service

Hartford-bound commuters board the Hartford Line train in Wallingford on the new commuter rail's first weekday service. The Hartford Line's first daily rail commuters began using the much-anticipated New Haven to Springfield rail service Monday.

Wallingford Fire Department Car & Bike Show

The Wallingford Fire Department 150th Anniversary presents The Antique Fire Apparatus - Military, Antique & Muscle Cars and Bike Show on Sunday June 24th from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at The Toyota Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford. or Mail with Check to - PO BOX 4516, Yalesville, CT 06492.

Wallingford man charged with drug trafficking, possession

Officials say Timothy Estridge, 37, has been charged with several drug possession and trafficking allegations. This comes following the death of a 38-year-old Wallingford man on Dec. 16, 2017.

CT: New Rail Line Ready to Go; Half with Locked Restrooms

June 13--If you're planning to use the new Hartford Rail Line that begins operations this weekend, you might want to take a bathroom break before boarding. Service on the line that will offer service from New Haven to Springfield, Mass.

Wallingford Cancer Survivor to Ride in Closer to Free

Erin Matthews cheered on the Closer to Free riders last year while she was receiving treatment at the Smilow Cancer Hospital in New Haven. This year, she plans to hop a bike and ride herself.

Despite New Commuter Line, Rail Upgrades Lag North Of Hartford

The Windsor train station is undergoing construction to improve access to individuals with disabilities. The work will continue for several weeks after the new Hartford Line opens on June.

DOT tests Hartford Line schedule without incident

WALLINGFORD, Conn. - The state Department of Transportation has begun running 'test trains' in preparation of the new Hartford Line rail service, scheduled to begin Saturday.

New Haven-Hartford-Springfield Train Line To Debut

New rail service announcements have become routine as Connecticut's reliance upon trains has increased over the years, but the debut of the $700 million Hartford Line has brought with it some added buzz. First, the expansion of the line into a full-service commuter corridor has been nearly a decade-and-a-half in the making, slowed by funding delays.

Overturned car causes delays on Route 15 in Wallingford

The car overturned just after 10:30 a.m. between exits 63 and 64 on the highway near Quinnipiac Street, according to the Department of Transportation.

Seven Concerts You Might Want To See

You may have heard Dua Lipa's hit "New Rules," which spells out a little list of romantic self-preservation advice to herself: "One, don't pick up the phone, you know he's only calling because he's drunk and alone." She goes on from there, but - because she's in charge - you get the feeling she might ignore her own set of instructions if she feels like it.

Edible Adds A Fun Twist To A Classic Treat With Its Latest Launch: Edible Donuts

WALLINGFORD, Conn: Edible, the global leader in creatively designed fresh fruit arrangements, announced today that there is a new donut in town with the launch of its latest, loveible product: Edible Donuts! Harvested, not fried and made with crisp Granny Smith apples dipped in 100 percent real gourmet chocolate, these Edible Donuts bring an all-new fruity twist to a classic treat that is truly good to the core.

Train hits 110 mph in test run on Conn. tracks

U.S. Senator Christopher Murphy, right, talks with an Amtrak supervisor under the protective eye of Amtrak Police Officer Joseph E. Agnellino and his K-9 partner Roxy Monday morning, November 14, 2016. as Murphy visits the New Haven-Hartford-Springfield Rail Line near North Colony Road in Wallingford to receive an update on the progress of the rail line and observe the "track construction machine" which is building a second track parallel to the existing single track used by Amtrak trains.

New rail line connecting New Haven, Hartford to launch next week

A great deal of work has gone into this new commuter service, including a new Wallingford station, which will be along the route. Next Friday, the 15th, there will be a soft launch allowing people to ride the trains through the weekend.

Milton truck company helps deliver motorized wheelchair to Humboldt crash victim

Milton company One For Freight, was involved in the transportation of a motorized wheelchair from Connecticut to Saskatchewan for one of the 13 crash victims from the Humboldt Broncos, Ryan Straschnitzki. Company representatives said they found the opportunity through their involvement with Trucks for Change, a non-profit that aids in providing transportation of goods for charities.

Let's Go: Fab 4 Music Festival

To continue reading this premium story, you need to become a member. Click below to take advantage of an exclusive offer for new members: Double the Dial, a Ledyard-based band, returns to the Fab 4 Music Festival on June 9 at the Oakdale Theater in Wallingford.

Sleeping Giant State Park Declared Closed Indefinitely

The recent rash of storm, winds and tornados in Connecticut has led to the indefinite closure of one of the state's most popular parks. Officials announced that Sleeping Giant State Park in Hamden may be closed through the fall due to the damage sustained in the recent storms, which uprooted trees and sent utility poles flying in the region.

Wallingford manufacturer takes issue with DeLauro's...

A spokesman with global electronics giant Philips is saying officials with U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro's office are wrong about important details of the company's closing of its manufacturing facility on Technology Drive. Mario Fante, a Massachusetts-based spokesman for Philips' Hospital Respiratory Care business unit, said the company currently employs 140 people in Wallingford, doing manufacturing as well as research and development work there.

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