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Cheshire

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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  • Newington Wins Second Volleyball Title In Three Years

    SHELTON — The Newington boys volleyball team put together a strong closing argument for its case to be called the top team in the state. The top-seeded Indians aced their final test of the season at Shelton High School on Friday night, knocking off...
  • READER SUBMITTED: RiseUP And HAI Group Making An Impact In Hartford

    On Saturday, May 31, the RiseUP Group and HAI Group, an insurance company based in Cheshire, launched a series of 'Community CleanUP Days' at Mary Shepard Place, a Hartford Housing Authority community. The partnership between RiseUP Group and HAI Group...
  • New Britain High School Students Wins Award For Pinocchio Performance

    NEW BRITAIN - Student Julia Leitao of New Britain High School won a Halo Award for theater excellence, the school system reported. The awards are sponsored by the Seven Angels Theatre in Waterbury. On May 28, the school's production team along with 20...
  • Southington YMCA Opens New Nature Center

    SOUTHINGTON — A new all-weather nature center fashioned out of an older open-sided pavilion was dedicated Thursday night at the YMCA's Camp Sloper. Work began last fall on the project, planned for years and made possible through more than $50,000...
  • Man charged in more than 20 downtown car break-ins

    Man charged in more than 20 downtown car break-ins
    A 57-year-old man was hit with 88 criminal charges this week in connection with more than 20 car break-ins that occurred over less than a month this spring in downtown Baltimore. The charges against Alphonso Russell Jr. of Northwest Baltimore came just...
  • Friday's Championship Games

    Baseball Classs LL: No. 17 Amity-Woodbridge (18-9) vs. No. 3 Southington (20-3), Friday, 7 p.m., Palmer Field, Middletown, CPTV Sports About Amity: Amity is 3-2 in title games and had won in its last three appearances — 2006, '07 and last year...
  • Cheshire Man Plans 10-Hour Run To Benefit American Cancer Society

    Cheshire Man Plans 10-Hour Run To Benefit American Cancer Society
    CHESHIRE — A local resident is putting his endurance to the test to show his support for cancer patients. Stephen Cuddy plans to run a 10-hour "ultramarathon" through Cheshire Saturday, leading up to the town's annual Relay for Life event, to...
  • High School Tennis: Xavier's Ciamarra Wins State Open Title

    Richard Ciamarra of Xavier High in Middletown defeated Luke Foreman of Staples High in Westport 6-2, 6-2 in the State Open singles final Wednesday at Yale. The freshman didn't lose a set in the Open. It was the first State Open title for Xavier. In the...
  • Driver accused in 12-year-old's killing denied bail

    Driver accused in 12-year-old's killing denied bail
    A Baltimore man charged in the killing of a 12-year-old girl was denied bail during a review hearing Monday morning. Bail had initially been set at $1 million following the arrest late Thursday of Kevin Simpson, 20. A judge decided Monday he should...
  • Once Again, UConn Needs To Attract State Football Players

    Once Again, UConn Needs To Attract State Football Players
    UConn football coach Bob Diaco said it's important that Connecticut high school coaches know he and his staff care about them. Connecticut is not a hotbed for BCS-level talent, and it might sound like a broken record, but UConn still needs to do a better...