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Enfield

Enfield is a suburb located in Hartford County, 18 miles north of Hartford and 18 miles south of Springfield, Mass. Enfield was named and incorporated by the Colony of Massachusetts in 1683 and annexed to Connecticut in 1749. The town is comprised of 33.8 square miles with a population of approximately 45,000 residents.
Enfield is a suburb located in Hartford County, 18 miles north of Hartford and 18 miles south of Springfield, Mass. Enfield was named and incorporated by the Colony of Massachusetts in 1683 and annexed to Connecticut in 1749. The town is comprised of 33.8 square miles with a population of approximately 45,000 residents. « Show less

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  • Boxers In Connecticut Hall of Fame

    Boxers with state ties in the Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame. 2013 ISRAEL "PITO" CARDONA: Cardona, a Hartford native, turned to pro boxing at the age of 18, winning his pro debut in 1993. He won the International Boxing Organization super...
  • Connecticut's Golden Age Of Furniture Design

    Connecticut's Golden Age Of Furniture Design
    A young Windsor furniture maker's "fateful liaison" with an unmarried woman in June 1766 helped pave the way for the Connecticut Valley's golden age of furniture production. Eliphalet Chapin's wayward ways with a neighboring damsel named Hannah Bartlett...
  • Connecticut's Story Key To Cultural Tourism

    Culture, tourism, placemaking and economic development are four concepts that belong together. Good public policy requires thinking strategically about their interrelatedness. Despite being one of only six states with abundant, on-the-ground and...
  • Tales From A Bloody Battle: "Connecticut Yankees at Antietam"

    Tales From A Bloody Battle: "Connecticut Yankees at Antietam"
    In the years after the Civil War battle of Antietam, John Burnham of Hartford descended into madness. Alonzo Maynard of Ellington, who was shot four times in the struggle for Burnside Bridge, spent the rest of his years in physical agony, sometimes...
  • Governor's Pal Weds At Mansion

    Governor's Pal Weds At Mansion
    Governor uses official residence for wedding of state contractor and political crony. You'd be excused if you think Connecticut has returned to the dark Rowland years. You'd be wrong. It was last weekend and the governor with the bad judgment is that...
  • Motherhood Jolts Bulimic Into Getting Treatment

    Images of stylish, smiling celebrities are all over the Internet. Sexy, skinny models grace the pages of almost every woman's magazine. The quest to be flawless is all around us, and cases of anorexia and bulimia are growing at an alarming rate. "I...
  • Crime & Punishment: Drunk, Naked Man Screams at Wendy's Employees in Manchester

    Crime & Punishment: Drunk, Naked Man Screams at Wendy's Employees in Manchester
    Two Connecticut libraries are seriously considering how to handle visits from furries, the subculture of people who dress in anthropomorphic animal costumes. The Hartford Courant reports that the concern started when a fully costumed furry walked into the...
  • Hartford CEO: We Looked For Buyers That Would Value Our Employees

    As The Hartford sells off lines of business this year, CEO Liam E. McGee said Tuesday, company executives have worked to minimize job losses. Hundreds of employees at the company — Connecticut's largest insurance employer — will at least have...
  • October Storm Hits Connecticut

    Nov 8 Some 18,000 Connecticut Light and Power customers were still without power midday Tuesday, most in the Simsbury area. About one-third of Simsbury was without electricity, as was a quarter of Avon and Farmington, and many in Granby, Canton,...