Connecticut River


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  • noun

Synonyms for Connecticut River

a river in the northeastern United States

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Harvey, chairman of Connecticut River Community Bank, said he is pleased with this opportunity.
Intended for students and historians in the fields of labor, community relations, industry and geography, this volume documents the economic collapse of the Connecticut River Valley and how the 1986 closure of the Bosch manufacturing plant impacted the region.
The company was approached last year about merging with Connecticut River, he said.
Committed to providing robust security measures, Connecticut River Bank has introduced Savant technology to round out its preemptive security practices in eliminating unauthorized system access and misuse.
NORTHFIELD- BRIDGE REMOVAL, N-22-002, SCHELL BRIDGE OVER THE CONNECTICUT RIVER & REPLACEMENT WITH NEW PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE
He thinks the Connecticut River is a grand and magnificent stream.
Mary's Bank and The Provident Bank received outstanding achievement awards; and Connecticut River Bank was named outstanding partner.
For each vote cast, people will be entered to win a getaway to the charming Connecticut River Valley.
Middletown-based Liberty Bank said late Friday that it has reached an agreement to acquire Connecticut River Community Bank of Wethersfield.
Jim Branin, branch manager for Scottrade's new Manchester branch, said the new branch will be more accessible for many of Scottrade's customers on the east side of the Connecticut River.
Job Contract: Illicit discharge and detection elimination project for upper and middle connecticut river and passumpsic river basins
The Olympics in the Connecticut River Valley fields would cost less and provide access to the people paying for it.
July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- The City of Hartford, Connecticut has received a letter of accreditation for the Hartford Levee and Flood Control System on the Connecticut River.
Parth Thaker, 12, tossed a wine bottle containing a message into the Connecticut River as part of a school project into ocean currents.
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