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Coventry Grammer School Coventry Grammar School is one of the 5 public learning institutions in the town of Coventry. Opened in 1955, The School was created as a place where younger students can learn English, grammar and mathematics in an effective way, in order to be able to compete further dow...
09/19/2010
G.H. Robertson Intermediate School G.H. Robertson Intermediate School is one of 5 public schools in Coventry Connecticut that make up the Coventry Board of Education.  As one of the flagship schools in this town, educators at G.H. Robertson Intermediate School strive to teach not only academics s...
09/19/2010
Coventry High School Coventry High School is situated among the rolling hills of this town's beautiful countryside, and serves the town's 12,000 residents as the primary learning institution in Coventry.  The Coventry High School mission statement is to provide a safe, supportive, and challenging...
09/19/2010
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Creaser Park Creaser Park in Coventry is one of the few places in the area that offer nature hiking for people who have physical disabilities.  The area that makes up the park used to be a recreation area owned by the state Department of Mental Health.  Creaser Park is currently leased to the tow...
09/19/2010
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Laidlaw Park Laidlaw Park is a quaint little area in Coventry which serves as a park, and a recreational facility, among other functions.  It's a great place to take the family for an afternoon, and indulge in one of its many attractions, including soccer fields, a softball field, a playscape for...
09/12/2010
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Windsor Real Estate Windsor was settled in 1635, as a trading post where Europeans would trade with the native Podunk Indians.  Primarily named Dorchester, the names was changed in 1637 to Windsor, named after Windsor England.  There was much more Windsor real estate in the  17th century, coverin...
09/12/2010
Enfield Homes For Sale Enfield homes for sale are not only known for being great values in the regional market, but also for being graced by rich American tradition that dates back to the 17th century.  Originally inhabited by the Pocomtuc tribe, the town was incorporated in Massachusetts in 1683...
09/12/2010
Simsbury Homes For Sale The Farmington Valley is home to some of the most beautiful and picturesque scenery in Connecticut.  Simsbury is situated in the heart of this beauty, and is known state wide for its rolling hills and spectacular views.  Simsbury homes for sale capture all of the beauty yo...
09/12/2010
Homes For Sale in Coventry Incorporated in 1712, Coventry was given to early settlers by a Native American satchem referred to as "Joshua".  The first house in Coventry was been built along the shores of Coventry Lake, and inhabited by Nathaniel Rust and his family.  Rust arrived as part of a con...
09/09/2010
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New Homes Simsbury If you're looking for comfort and convenience west of the Connecticut River, new homes Simsbury should be at the top of your list.  Simsbury is only a 15 - 20 minute drive from Hartford, but you'd never be able to tell by its rural allure, and quiet, tranquil streets.  Located...
09/09/2010
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