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Hamden (New Haven, Connecticut)

Hamden (New Haven, Connecticut)
Hamden, Connecticut is affectionately known as the "Land of the Sleeping Giant." Hamden was originally settled in 1638 as part of the New Haven Colony. Land Area: 33 square miles. Population (2000): 56,913. Official website: www.hamden.com
Hamden, Connecticut is affectionately known as the "Land of the Sleeping Giant." Hamden was originally settled in 1638 as part of the New Haven Colony. Land Area: 33 square miles. Population (2000): 56,913. Official website: www.hamden.com « Show less

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  • READER SUBMITTED: Community Plan for Southington's Young Children Takes Next Step with Infusion of New Funding

    Following a year of research into the state of early childhood education in Southington, the Early Childhood Collaborative of Southington (ECCS) is ready to enter the implementation phase of its Community Plan for Southington's Young Children thanks to an...
  • Orchard Effort Aims To Restore Chestnut

    – Arborist Jane Harris calls herself a "tree fanatic." Gazing out over an orchard of young chestnut trees in the rolling hills outside Middletown, Harris says, "Most of these trees are doomed." She has to accept a 90 percent failure rate at this...
  • Our Nation Of Immigrants Forgets Its Past

    Lady Liberty's lamp has been lowered. Its light flickering. The huddled masses are no longer wanted — be they tired or poor, be they homeless or hungry, be they adults or children threatened and yearning to breathe free. The welcome light has...
  • Police Looking For Missing Connecticut Valley Hospital Patient

    MIDDLETOWN — Police are looking for a patient who was reported missing Monday from Connecticut Valley Hospital. Middletown police said they sent out a reverse 911 call to Middletown residents about the missing patient, 45-year-old Pasquale Hodge,...
  • New Britain Community Foundation Awards $175,000 In Scholarships

    NEW BRITAIN - The Community Foundation of Greater New Britain announced recently that it has awarded 56 students more than $175,830, the most in its history of longer than 70 years. Four students each received two awards, making the total of...
  • Greater Hartford Pro-Am: A.T. All-Stars Win Pro-Am Debut

    WATERBURY — When Vin Baker wanted to play in the Greater Hartford Pro-Am summer basketball showcase in 2005, an exception was made for the former Hartford Hawk and then-NBA player to start a team of his own even though the league was halfway through...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Shoreline Gymnastics Presents First Eastern National Champion

    Sammie LeMire of Moodus competes at the gymnastics Connecticut State Championships, Regional Championships and the Eastern National Championships. Sammie is a Level 9 gymnast from Shoreline Gymnastics of Old Saybrook. She started her gymnastic career at...
  • Summer of Stanley: Travels of the Cup

    Where in the world is the Stanley Cup? One of hockey’s most heartwarming traditions is that players, coaches, administrators and other staffers from the winning team are allowed to have the Cup for a day — sometimes two — and...
  • Women business owners level-up the message

    Women business owners level-up the message
    Who: Joyce Hunter, of Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, president/owner of The Florida Printing Group Inc., was inducted as president of the National Association of Women Business Owners, Fort Lauderdale chapter, May 5. Hunter's wholesale printing firm translates...
  • Miss Connecticut 2014 crowned

    Acacia Courtney, 21, of Hamden, was crowned Miss Connecticut 2014 at the Garde Arts Center in New London on June 28. Courtney said that just before the final announcement was made, and she was on the stage with eventual runner-up Alexandria Puglisi, she...
  • Fireworks Release A Shower Of Memories

    They lifted their heads as the first round of fireworks kissed the night sky. A year ago, my two youngest daughters, 6 and 4, stood in the Hamden Plaza parking lot, along with one of their two older sisters. Though we were a mile away from where the...