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For over 300 years, Fairfield's major source prosperity was agriculture. In the 1700s, corn, rye, wheat, potatoes, and flax were the main crops grown for export and consumption. Flax seed, used to make linseed oil, was shipped to Ireland where it was used to make fine linen cloth. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, shipbuilding was a profitable business for residents, as Fairfield's coast provided good harbors. As time progressed, agriculture declined as westward expansion made land back east valued for developmental potential rather than farmland.

Population: 57340
Local Newspapers: Fairfield Citizen Fairfield Minuteman
Local Sports Teams: Fairfield Stags Bridgeport Blue Fish (ALPBC) New Haven Ravens (AA)
Local Colleges: Fairfield University

Zip Codes associated with fairfield, connecticut: 06824 06825
Towns/Cities near fairfield, connecticut : Southport Fairfield Greens Farms Westport

Fairfield News
Acme United Corporation Fourth Quarter 2017 Earnings Conference Call

A conference call to discuss these results will be broadcast over the Internet on Tuesday, February 27, 2018, at 12:00 p.m. EST. To listen or participate in a question and answer session, dial .

Authorities warn extortion scheme is on the rise

Related Coverage FAIRFIELD, Conn. -Scam kidnappings are becoming more frequent across the state, according to Fairfield police.

Person struck, killed by train near Fairfield Metro

A New York City bound Metro-North train arrives at Fairfield Metro station, in Fairfield, Conn, in this file photo. A New York City bound Metro-North train arrives at Fairfield Metro station, in Fairfield, Conn, in this file photo.

Trumbull girls hold off Stamford, heads back to FCIAC final

Trumbull's Brady-Ayn Lynch and Stamford's Andrea O' Connor, right, reach out to try a grab a rebound during girls basketball action in Fairfield, Conn., on Tuesday Feb. 20, 2018. Trumbull's Brady-Ayn Lynch and Stamford's Andrea O' Connor, right, reach out to try a grab a rebound during girls basketball action in Fairfield, Conn., on Tuesday Feb. 20, 2018.

Owner of Azteca Market looks to open restaurant

David Vasquez, owner of Azteca Market is awaiting on a ZBA vote on his plans to open Azteca Restaurant in the same building at 522 Pequonnock Street. David Vasquez, owner of Azteca Market is awaiting on a ZBA vote on his plans to open Azteca Restaurant in the same building at 522 Pequonnock Street.

Mexicue arrival highights Harbor Point evolution

A passer-by enjoys a stroll past the new Harbor Point restaurant, Mexicue, a Southern-Mex BBQ cuisine on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018 in Stamford, Connecticut. A passer-by enjoys a stroll past the new Harbor Point restaurant, Mexicue, a Southern-Mex BBQ cuisine on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018 in Stamford, Connecticut.

Wilton's Claire Gulbin shoot against Fairfield Warde in Tuesday's FCIAC semifinal game in Fairfield.

Wilton's # 32 Lauren Robertson grabs a rebound against Fairfield Warde High School during the FCIAC Semi-Finals girls basketball game on Tuesday February 20, 2018 in Fairfield Conn. Wilton's # 32 Lauren Robertson grabs a rebound against Fairfield Warde High School during the FCIAC Semi-Finals girls basketball game on Tuesday February 20, 2018 in Fairfield Conn.

Fairfield County's Giving Day kicks off March 1

At midnight on March 1, more than 430 nonprofits will be reaching out throughout the region seeking to boost their funds, create awareness about the work they do, and compete for over $100,000 in cash prizes ranging from $1,000 to $20,000. less At midnight on March 1, more than 430 nonprofits will be reaching out throughout the region seeking to boost their funds, create awareness about the work they do, and compete for over $100,000 in cash prizes ... more Juanita T. James, president and CEO of Fairfield County's Community Foundation, addresses the Fairfield County Giving Day event at The Warehouse at Fairfield Theatre Company in Fairfield on Thursday, March 9, 2017.

Better adjusted but with cutting wit intact, Lisa Lampanelli...

Three-quarters Italian and one-quarter Polish, she lives in Fairfield and the Upper East Side of New York. She has several stand-up comedy dates this month and next, but was out of regular comedy for about six months working on her own play, "Stuffed: A Big-Boned, Skinny-Ass, All-You-Can-Laugh New Play."

ND-Fairfield holds off Bethel, advances SWC tournament final

Bethel's Maranda Nyborg drives to the basket past Notre Dame of Fairfield defender Zuquila Mbachiantim, left, in the first half of their SWC semifinal girls basketball game at Notre Dame High School in Fairfield, Conn. on Monday, February 19, 2018.

Police: Fairfield teen drove through red lights, assaulted...

Police said a Fairfield teenager drove through several red lights on the Post Road Saturday night and kicked officers when they tried to take her into custody. According to the police report, an officer was stopped at a red light on the Post Road near the Brick Walk when he heard an engine accelerating.

Court clears way for conversion of Derby nursing home

David Guerrera, co-owner of Apex International Education Partners, said the bidding process to convert the former Marshall Lane Manor in Derby to a residence for teenage students from China attending private schools here will begin this week. less David Guerrera, co-owner of Apex International Education Partners, said the bidding process to convert the former Marshall Lane Manor in Derby to a residence for teenage students from China attending private ... more A lawsuit filed against Derby's Planning and Zoning Commission challenging the special exception which would allow the former Marshall Lane Manor converted into a residence for teenage high school students from China has been withdrawn.

Pop Shots - It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World

Name: Adam Bernard Home: Fairfield, Connecticut, United States About Me: Entertainment journalist with 15+ years of experience. Supporter of indie music.

Advocates seek change to make vets eligible for new benefits

Steve Kennedy, who served in the Army in Iraq 2007-2008, poses at his home on Buena Vista Drive in Fairfield, Conn., on Friday Feb. 16, 2018. Veterans like Kennedy from our area, with less than honorable discharges, want treatment for PSTD, TBI and other afflictions; they also want tuition waivers and a shot at gaining the coveted honorable discharge.

This Fairfield County Town Named Nation's Safest

For those looking for a safe place to live and have fun without worrying about crime, there are towns in Westchester and Fairfield counties that are just right for you. Three other towns in Fairfield made the Top 100: Greenwich at 21st, Westport in 61st place and Shelton at 100.

Firefighters Battle Detached Garage Fire

Westport firefighters, joined by Norwalk and Fairfield and backed up by Wilton firefighters today fought flames at a detached garage at 11 Remlin Court, off Imperial Avenue. The main house, adjacent to the garage, caught on fire and flames were promptly doused.

Evelyne Mukasonga, a survivor of the Rwanda genocide and Bridgeport...

Evelyne Mukasonga, a survivor of the Rwanda genocide and Bridgeport resident, at the Fairfield Museum, Feb. 8, 2018, in Fairfield, Conn. Evelyne Mukasonga, a survivor of the Rwanda genocide and Bridgeport resident, at the Fairfield Museum, Feb. 8, 2018, in Fairfield, Conn.

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