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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

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Community News For The Enfield Edition

To celebrate St. Patrick's Day, Richard Ellsworth, a traditional Irish fiddle player, will be playing his fiddle during the annual Walk for Nutmeg Senior Rides. The annual walk in support of Nutmeg Senior Rides will kick off with registration at 10:30 a.m. on March 17 inside the Enfield Square Mall, 90 Elm St. The walk will start at 11 a.m. Ellsworth is a traditional Irish fiddle players based in the Farmington Valley.

Connecticut minority caucus to unveil legislative priorities

Members of the Connecticut General Assembly's Black and Puerto Rican Caucus plan to unveil their priorities for this year's legislative session. The organization held a forum in February to seek input from the state's black and Latino communities about issues they'd like to see the General Assembly address.

Historical Society Needs Volunteer Educators

The field trip tours include the many historic homes and churches located on Palisado Avenue. The training will take place the society's 96 Palisado Ave. headquarters, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Prior teaching experience is not required.

Whata s Right With Schools: Students use leadership skills at Sage Park Middle School

Learning to tie a tie is one of the things helping build confidence for seventh and eighth graders at Sage Park Middle School in Windsor . "It came from the thought that middle level kids were underrepresented with leadership roles in a traditional middle school," said principal Paul Cavaliere.

Customers Want Millions In Refunds For Disputed MDC Water Charges

M.D.C. workers dig up a section of sidewalk on Main Street in Hartford to repair a water main break near the corner of Pearl St. RICHARD MESSINA Water customers in four suburban Hartford towns are pressing a class action suit against the MDC in an effort to recover $15 million or more the regional water and sewer authority collected through charges that two courts have characterized as illegal. The suit filed Tuesday in state Superior Court seeks to represent a class of 9,000 MDC water customers in East Granby, Farmington, Glastonbury and South Windsor, who claim they have been overbilled more than $1,000 each through a succession of surcharges between 2006 and 2014.

Human Relations Hosts Black History Jeopardy

The first-ever Black History Jeopardy was held at town hall, on Feb. 23, a fun but fierce competition sponsored by the Human Relations Commission. Washington tested teams on their knowledge of black culture and history, which included questions on state and local notables.

Community News For The South Windsor Edition

The South Windsor Down to Earth Garden Club will hold its March meeting on Wednesday, March 14, at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Avery Street Christian Reform Church, 661 Avery St. Marjorie Schnerr, President of the CT Dahlia Society, will discuss growing, fertilizing, pest control, general care, propagating, dividing and overwintering dahlias. The public is invited to attend and light refreshments will be served.

Windsor Man Won't Be Prosecuted In Shooting That Paralyzed Hartford Teen

The state won't prosecute attempted murder, first-degree assault and weapons charges against Michael Robinson, a 19-year-old Windsor man who'd been charged with shooting a Hartford teen and leaving him paralyzed. Prosecutor Donna Mambrino nolled the charges against Robinson on Thursday because there was not sufficient evidence to show Robinson was the shooter.

Indian tribes push ahead on plans for Connecticut casino

Rodney Butler, left, chairman of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Council, and Kevin Brown, right, chairman of the Mohegan Tribe, speak to the media Monday, March 5, 2018, during a ceremony in East Windsor, Conn., marking the start of demolition of a movie theater at the site of what they hope will be a new casino that the tribes would operate jointly.

Battle over 3rd casino starts all over again

Lawmakers from Bridgeport are pushing to repeal last year's law and start competitive bidding for a third casino license. Because the Bureau of Indian Affairs has still not acted on the third Connecticut casino law, and because MGM wants to stop that third casino, the debate is being re-booted.

Windsor Celebrates Black History Month

Judge Kevin Washington introduced Dr. M. Natalie Achong, president of the Hartford County Medical Association. Dr. M. Natalie Achong, the president of the Hartford County Medical Association, led a discussion on 'Healthcare in Context: Reflections on Race and Culture and Healthcare in Connecticut.'

Book Club Bookstore & More Celebrates Anniversary

"We want to offer something that you can't get online or at a big box store and we want to be a part of the community," said owner Cynde Acanto. "People come here and make new friends and learn things."

Community News For The Enfield Edition

On March 3, First Congregational Church of East Windsor, 124 Scantic Road, is showing "American Graffiti" at 4 p.m. Enjoy a pizza, salad, and ice cream buffet at 6 p.m. Mrs. Purim's special punch will be there. Top off the evening with dancing to the oldies, a most authentically dressed couple contest, and more.

Experimentations In Fiber Art At Loomis Chaffee

Sometimes an artist just wants to experiment, not create something big, just have fun. In 2013, fiber artist Ellen Schiffman had many ideas and little time.

Amazon fulfillment center brings economic opportunity, union angst to Windsor

Amazon is building a new fulfillment center in North Haven. The warehouse is expected to create nearly 2,000 jobs.

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.

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