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Killingly

(kĭl`ĭng-lē), town (1990 pop. 15,889), Windham co., NE Conn., on the Quinebaug River and the R.I. border, in a farm area; settled 1693, inc. 1708. It is an active dairy and livestock trading center supplemented by a fruit and vegetable market. Among the town's manufactures are textiles, machinery, and synthetic materials.
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Philip Goyette, 73, of Killingly, Connecticut died March 6, 2009 of complications from congestive heart failure.
The increase in the three months net income was primarily due to the hot, dry summer season, the after tax benefit of a July 2002 land donation to the Town of Killingly, Connecticut, and a decrease in operation and maintenance expense due to one-time payment arrangements in 2001.
operator of 722 office superstores throughout North America, will host a grand opening celebration of its newest 307,000 square foot distribution center in Killingly, Connecticut.