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Cheshire
When Cheshire was originally settled in 1694 by Europeans, it was part of the town of Wallingford and known locally as "Northfarms". In 1780, Cheshire separated from Wallingford to become its own town, and remained a small but prosperous farming town until the 1950s.
When Cheshire was originally settled in 1694 by Europeans, it was part of the town of Wallingford and known locally as "Northfarms". In 1780, Cheshire separated from Wallingford to become its own town, and remained a small but prosperous farming town until the 1950s. « Show less

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  • Review: Alice takes another trip in promising 'Wonderland' on ABC

    It was Tim Burton's 2010 version of "Alice in Wonderland" that made the famously blue-frocked daydreamer a steampunk princess. Lewis Carroll's heroine was certainly adventuresome and tart-tongued, but Burton's film turned her action hero. This Alice...
  • Moving In: Building A New Home In Cheshire's Castle Heights 55+ Community

    Moving In: Building A New Home In Cheshire's Castle Heights 55+ Community
    Paula Klingerman fell in love with Africa during her first safari, so when her travel agent organized another one, she jumped at the chance — on the condition that the agent find her a tent mate prior to the trip. "I didn't want to have another...
  • A State Task Force Shows Eyewitness Testimony As Very Unreliable

    A State Task Force Shows Eyewitness Testimony As Very Unreliable
    In the last couple of years, Connecticut dramatically changed the way it handles eyewitness testimony. Research has raised doubts about the accuracy of eyewitnesses. Police are more cautious and prosecutors more wary of basing cases on one person's...
  • McNamara's picks: 'Grimm,' 'Bones,' 'Dancing on the Edge'

    "Grimm." Witches, evil queens, fairytale favorites, Cheshire cats and Ichabod Crane -- it's a good year to be a fantasy fan with a flat-screen. This week NBC's terrific and trendsetting "Grimm" returns with its tantalizing mix of fantastic folklore and...
  • Prosecutors re-file sex assault charges dropped six years ago

    Prosecutors re-file sex assault charges dropped six years ago
    Baltimore prosecutors have resurrected charges dropped six years ago against a convicted sex offender, a rare move that comes as the man's latest trial is set to begin after a series of acquittals on recent accusations. Nelson Bernard Clifford, who...
  • 'The Power of Pictures' at the Beinecke Offers a Walk Through Visual History

    'The Power of Pictures' at the Beinecke Offers a Walk Through Visual History
    Humans have been communicating using pictures for at least 40,000 years — far longer than they have with alphabets and language. Yale University's Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library has been in existence for only 50 of those years, but the...
  • Money wasted as phone system overhaul stalls

    Money wasted as phone system overhaul stalls
    There's one topic about which everyone at City Hall can agree: The phones are terrible. Many lack basic features, such as call waiting and caller ID. Some don't tell you when you've received a voice mail. And the city's system is millions of dollars...
  • Alleged jail smuggling mastermind to plead guilty, lawyer says

    Alleged jail smuggling mastermind to plead guilty, lawyer says
    The alleged Black Guerrilla Family leader who is accused of masterminding a sophisticated operation to smuggle drugs and other contraband into the Baltimore City Detention Center will plead guilty to a racketeering conspiracy charge, his attorney said...
  • Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition recap Season 2 episode 11: Malice in Wonderland

     
    With one week to go to the finale, we’ve reached the point of Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition where the show should theoretically be about dance alone. Am I right? The also-rans have gone home. The remaining dancers are all deserving. The...
  • Sue T. Brown, psychologist group director

    Sue T. Brown, psychologist group director
    Sue T. Brown, who served as executive director of the Maryland Psychological Association for nearly three decades, died July 10 of complications from metastatic melanoma at her Columbia home. She was 73. Sue Taylor was born in Seattle and raised in...
  • TV This Week: July 21 - 27: 'Web Therapy' on Showtime

    TV This Week: July 21 - 27: 'Web Therapy' on Showtime
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of July 21 - 27, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     -------------------- SUNDAY Meet five Big Apple 30-somethings who...