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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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  • Readers' Solutions: Getting Connecticut Back To Work

    Readers' Solutions: Getting Connecticut Back To Work
    BET ON WORKERS We must focus our efforts on the hundreds of small companies based in our state and especially manufacturing firms. I propose an incentive for hires in the high-tech and manufacturing sectors to build the work force for the future....
  • Feds Say They Crack $80 Million Drug Heist From Pharmaceutical Warehouse in Enfield

    Feds Say They Crack $80 Million Drug Heist From Pharmaceutical Warehouse in Enfield
    Two Miami men were charged Thursday with the sensational theft of $80 million in pharmaceuticals from an Eli Lilly Co. warehouse in Enfield two years ago, federal authorities said Thursday. Amaury Villa, 37, and his brother, Amed Villa, 46, Cuban...
  • Chrysler Revokes Seven Dealerships In Connecticut

    Chrysler Revokes Seven Dealerships In Connecticut
    Bill Bowen was sitting in his sky-blue office at Enfield Chrysler Plymouth on Thursday morning when a UPS envelope arrived with a bright red sticker marked "Confidential." "I knew something was up," he said a few hours later. The letter from Chrysler...
  • A Tow Path Along A Canal

    Imagine a time when 400 workers using only picks, shovels and wheelbarrows excavated a 5-mile long canal along the banks of the Connecticut River in order to provide safe passage around the treacherous Enfield Falls. Today, visitors can walk, ride or run...
  • Yardney Technical Of Stonington Enters Deal To Make Batteries For Electric Cars

    Yardney Technical Products Inc. of Stonington said Monday that it has entered a joint venture with California-based Coda Automotive to produce lithium-ion batteries for Coda's upcoming all-electric car. The joint venture, Coda Battery Systems LLC, has...
  • MassMutual CEO Reese To Step Down

    Stuart H. Reese, who was named MassMutual's CEO in June 2005 after scandal engulfed the company's previous chief, will step down at the end of this year and become nonexecutive chairman of the board. Roger W. Crandall of Somers, who has been president...
  • Stimulus Could Bring 600 Jobs To Coda Battery Systems In Enfield

    A former Enfield toy factory could be spitting out batteries for a new electric car by late next year, if enough federal stimulus money finds its way to Connecticut. Coda Battery Systems, a joint venture of Yardney Technical Products of Stonington and...
  • Helpful Phone Numbers And Local Emergency Shelters

    Toll-free domestic violence hotlines: Connecticut hotline: 1-888-774-2900 National hotline: 1-800- 7233 (SAFE) National teen dating abuse hotline: 1-866-331-9474 Toll-free for the hearing impaired: National domestic violence hotline: 1-800-787-3224...
  • After Feds Put Connecticut Rail Plan On Slow Track, State Will Seek More Funds

    Now that other states have grabbed most of the federal stimulus money for high-speed rail systems, does Connecticut still have a chance of building a New Haven-to-Springfield line? Connecticut congressional leaders and policy planners say the vision of...
  • Dodd, In Connecticut, Criticizes Treasury Officials

    Dodd, In Connecticut, Criticizes Treasury Officials
    After enduring days of withering criticism for his role in the AIG bonus debacle, U.S. Sen. Christopher J. Dodd returned home to Connecticut on Friday in a feisty mood. Dodd expressed frustration that Treasury Department officials "didn't have the...
  • Inspections Find More Than 25% Of School Buses In Connecticut Unfit To Use

    When a state inspector spotted a full-size school bus on the road with no brake lights, he ordered the Specialty Transportation Inc. vehicle back to the company's yard for a full examination. Inside the gates, bus drivers were eager to see him. "While...