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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
Community News For The Enfield Edition

The Enfield Historical Society will host 'Historical Fiction as a Portal to the Past: The Lymans of Lyman Orchards,' presented by Diana Ross McCain. McCain is author of the new historical novel "Thy Children's Children," based on the true story of the first five generations of the Lyman family of Middlefield.

Community News For The Windsor Edition

The Friends of the Bloomfield Public Libraries' Fall Book Sale will take place from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26; 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27; and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28, at Prosser Public Library, 1 Tunxis Ave. There is no admission fee. Children's books, adult books, DVDs and CDs are for sale.

Report: First Mass. casino 'recaptured' $100M in out-of-state spending in 1st year

Most of the money spent at Massachusetts' first casino in its first full year of operation came from Massachusetts residents who otherwise would have patronized out-of-state casinos, according to a new report. From July 2015 through June 2016, Plainridge Park Casino, a slots-only facility in Plainville, which borders Rhode Island, took in $172.5 million in gambling and non-gambling revenue, the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute found.

Senior Activities For October

"We're really a one stop shop. We help people get on financial assistance programs, offer fun activities, and things to do every day," said Director of Adult & Senior Services Andrea Cofrancesco.

Community News For The South Windsor Edition

Tom Kelleher, historian and curator of mechanical arts at Old Sturbridge Village in Sturbridge, will bring the world of a 19th-century peddler to life at the Oct. 12 program of the South Windsor Historical Society. In the 1800s, traveling salesmen brought goods from around the world along with news, stories and conversation to farm families who were not instantly tied to the outside world.

Windsor Garden Club Celebrates 80th Anniversary

Bernier said the club enjoyed a busy and successful year, including the annual Garden Mart, which funds scholarships to graduating seniors. The club also conducts a yearly gardens tour in early July.

Tickets on Sale Now for Vintage Hitchcock / a Live Radio Play

The Windsor Jesters proudly present Vintage Hitchcock / A Live Radio Play by Joe Landry. Directed by Chris Bushey.

Windsor Station Apartments Hold Grand Opening

But it wasn't to jump start rentals - that hasn't been an issue since the 130 units of transit-oriented housing marketed to millennials opened its doors in March. A total of 112 apartments, or 93 percent of the inventory, have been leased, said Martin J. Kenny, principal for Lexington Partners LLC. "We have 18 left, mostly two-bedroom," Kenny said on a tour of the Ellsworth and McClean buildings earlier this week.

Windsor Arts Center Premieres 'Piece By Piece'

Mark Walker, the Windsor Arts Center's president, said the center will celebrate its 10th anniversary. The collective formed as a place for working artists who are also mothers, and as a place connect, share ideas, and offer support.

Country Fair Full Of Family Fun

Food, games, crafts, music, and fun for the whole family were just a few things in a full day of events.

Brown's Harvest Opens For 40th Year

On the opening day of Brown's Harvest's 40th season, many visitors can say that they grew up visiting the farm. And many of this year's visitors are creating their own memories of hayrides, corn mazes, pumpkins, and drinking fresh apple cider down on the farm.

Community News For The Enfield Edition

A monthly Bible study from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 16, will take place at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 383 Hazard Ave. The title for this month is "Pumpkin Theology." The group will be studying John 20:24-31, the story of Doubting Thomas.

Windsor Locks Tornado: 38 years ago today

Tuesday marks the anniversary of a powerful tornado that was one of the costliest ever to touch down in the United States. The 1979 Windsor Locks tornado cut an 11-mile path of destruction from the Poquonock section of Windsor, Connecticut, up through Windsor Locks and Suffield, and over the state line into Feeding Hills.

Community News For The South Windsor Edition

A new men's group will meet the second Thursday of every month at 9 a.m. at South Windsor Human Services, 150 Nevers Road. The next meeting is Thursday, Oct. 12. Enjoy light refreshments and meet new friends.

Tavern Trot Benefits Alex's Lemonade

The 11th annual Union Street Tavern Trot benefited Alex's Lemonade Stand, one of the nation's largest pediatric fundraising organizations. Her parents, Liz and Jay Scott, were born and raised in Windsor.

1 injured after crashing car into pond in Ellington

East Windsor Fire Dispatch tells News 8 that a car went into a hold pond on a farm on Frog Hollow Road on the East Windsor/Ellington town line. It appears that the driver also hit a pole before crashing into the pond.

Car Break-Ins on the Rise in Many CT Towns and Cities

Many Connecticut cities and towns are dealing with an increased number of vehicle break-ins and vehicle thefts, leaving many residents feeling violated and frustrated. Law enforcement around the state has been investigating the cases of some very bold thieves, who ignore security measures in order to rip people off.

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