Journal Inquirer 306 Progress Dr, Manchester, CT06042 Founded in 1968 by the merger of two weekly newspapers in the area, the Journal Inquirer is a local newspaper that…More publishes Mondays through Fridays in the afternoon and on Saturday mornings. The paper is based in Manchester, but its circulation and service area extends to 17 towns east of the Connecticut River, including the communities of East Hartford, Enfield, South Windsor and Vernon. The Journal Inquirer became a daily newspaper as a result of the merger of the Rockville Journal and the Inquirer of East and South Windsor in 1968, and prides itself on the fact that it is the only newspaper in Connecticut founded in the last century to still be publishing today, although the Rockville Journal dates back over 100 years. The paper moved from Rockville, a section of Vernon, to its present Manchester location in 1974.
Dunkin' Donuts 244 Center St, Manchester, CT06040 This Dunkin' Donuts owned by Gary Gagnon has undergone some remodeling and is now open for business. It features a new…More spacious lobby and outdoor pavilion seating for warmer days. This Dunkin' Donuts features ground coffee beans, travel mugs, gift certificates and carafes. Newspaper machines are located right next to the entrance outside for the Hartford Courant and the Journal Inquirer.