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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
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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

Windsor News
In Quest For More Foster Parents, DCF Reaches Out To A Reliable Source - The LGBT Community

John Pica-Sneeden is director of the Gay & Lesbian Chamber in Ct.,he and his husband are adoptive parents of five children, now grown. He is working with the State Department of Children and Families to encourage same sex couples to adopt children.

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Joshua Blaine Miner, 27, of Clinton was charged Tuesday with two counts of possession of narcotics and possession of drug paraphernalia. Molly Rothschild, 26, of Windsor was charged April 28 with fifth-degree larceny, two counts of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and conspiracy to commit a crime.

Annual Walk Raises Funds For Grief Counseling Services

Meghan Green, her son, Liam, 4, and Justine Stagon, the program director at Mary's Place. The walk, the first time held at the park, raised funds for Mary's Place grief counseling services and programs.

Community News For The Enfield Edition

The East Windsor Veterans Commission and American Legion Barry-Poulter Post 40 will host the dedication of the redesigned and expanded Veterans' Memorial at Joe Tracy Veterans Memorial Green. The ceremony is scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday, May 20, and will include speeches by Thomas J. Saadi, Connecticut Commissioner of Veteran's Affairs and Ed DeGumbia, Connecticut American Legion Commander.

Principal Honors Bet For Autism Awareness Month

Sage Park Middle School Principal Paul Cavaliere allowed the winners of the school's annual 'Penny War' to spray his hair blue. The sixth grade class had the honors.

Windsor woman gets probation for Medicaid fraud

A 70-year-old Connecticut woman has been sentenced to five years of probation for her role in a scheme that defrauded more than $200,000 from the state's Medicaid program. Federal prosecutors say Beverly Coker, of Windsor, was sentenced Tuesday.

CT Doctor Who Defrauded Medicaid Program Sentenced

A Connecticut doctor who pleaded guilty to her role in a scheme to defraud Medicaid of more than $200,000 has been sentenced in district court. John Durham the United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced on Wednesday that Windsor resident Beverly Coker, 70, who ran New Beginnings Family Center, a behavioral health practice in Hartford, has been sentenced to five years probation after she pleaded guilty to one count of health care fraud for her role in the scheme.

Voters Approve Budget Proposal

Voters Tuesday approved the town council's $115.2 million budget that will increase taxes on a house assessed at $150,000 by about $75. Six of the town's seven voting precincts voted in favor of the spending plan.

Finra bars former Pruco broker for diverting $47,700 from clients

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Inc. has barred former Pruco broker Vaughn Lee Andrews-McKay for misappropriating $47,748.19 from two clients and forging signatures on checks taken from one of them. Mr. Andrews-McKay, who was discharged by Pruco on April 12, had worked at the firm's South Windsor, Conn., office for a little more than two years.

ARRL Executive Committee Hears Updates on Parity Act, FCC Petitions, Small Satellites

Meeting on April 21 in Windsor, Connecticut, the ARRL Executive Committee heard a status update on several regulatory matters and the Amateur Radio Parity Act from ARRL General Counsel Chris Imlay, W3KD. Imlay reported that ARRL continues to work multiple avenues in its efforts to secure passage of the Parity Act.

Tyler Anderson's Porr n & Pi a Opening Today In Goodwin Hotel

The restaurant will feature modern Spanish-style cuisine with traditional preparations and New England influence. A "ham bar" offers selections from Spain and Italy as well as American prosciutto and Kentucky country ham, and pinxtos and tapas allow guests to try a variety of items.

Community News For The Enfield Edition

On Tuesday, May 15, Somers Comes Together will host a community event to provide information on how to handle difficult conversations regarding substance abuse prevention and treatment. The event will take place at the Somers Town Hall, 600 Main St. Refreshments and the resource fair at 5:30 p.m. The presentation begins at 6 p.m. Should a second budget referendum be required and the Town Hall be unavailable due to voting, this event will be moved to the Somers Senior Center, 19 Battle St. Speakers will include Colleen Sullivan, MSW, CPS-Town of Enfield Youth Services Prevention Coordinator, Kelly Fisher of The Alex Fisher Foundation, and Ashley Beard, LPC, Susana Grados, LMSW, and Nicole Tedone, MS of Community Health Resources.

Community News For The South Windsor Edition

On Saturday, April 20, members of the South Windsor Walk and Wheels Way and members of the South Windsor High School Interact Club participated in the town's Adopt-A-Road Program. These members joined in cleaning Chapel Road in South Windsor.

Students Team Up With Connecticut Go Baby Go

Students and faculty from Windsor High School and Sage Park Middle School, in partnership with Connecticut Go Baby Go, unveiled a fleet of custom miniature cars that will give children with disabilities better mobility. The yellow, battery-operated cars were modified to the pint-sized driver's exact specifications, complete with a comfortable seat and a safety roll bar.

House unanimously confirms Robinson as chief justice

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Connecticut Valley Brewing Making Its Mark With New England IPA

Before Connecticut Valley Brewing debuted its facility on Sullivan Avenue in South Windsor last fall, its signature beer, Trailblazer, was contract-brewed at Shebeen Brewing in Wolcott. The New England-style IPA, with characteristics described as hazy, juicy, citrusy and unfiltered, wasn't always a crowd favorite, says Steve Palauskas, the brewery's co-founder and owner.

Former Windsor Mayor Mary K. Drost Remembered As 'One Of A Kind'

Drost, a Windsor native and activist, served several terms on the town council in the 1980s and 1990s after successfully petitioning to be on the GOP slate in 1979. She served two terms as mayor.

Windsor Man Accused Of Setting Fire To Family's House

Brian Comeau, 27, faces two counts of second-degree arson for allegedly setting his family's Windsor home on fire. Brian Comeau, 27, faces two counts of second-degree arson for allegedly setting his family's Windsor home on fire.

Konica Minolta to transfer 430 Connecticut jobs

Konica Minolta is cutting 430 jobs in Windsor, Conn. starting in mid-July 2018 as a result of the closure there of a customer assistance center, with workers to be given the opportunity to move to the company's headquarters in northern New Jersey.

Shad Derby Trivia Contest Tests Knowledge

While knowledge of the Shad Derby helped, Mooney posed tough questions ranging from art to the location of Mount Kilimanjaro to when the Hartford Courant was established . Mooney, the society's education and outreach manager, said the trivia contest began six years ago.

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