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Where is the 860 Area Code?
The 860 Area Code (or Area Code 860) is located in the state of CT. Area Code 860 is one of the 269 3-digit telephone area codes in the USA. It covers roughly 774 unique phone numbers and 1228 individuals near the city of Torrington
Location & Map
Most numbers within Area Code 860 are located in the following cities: Torrington, Hartford, Norwich, Willimantic, New Milford, Simsbury, Windsor, New Britain, Old Saybrook, Columbia, Moosup, New London, Winsted, Enfield, Mystic, West Cornwall, Windsor Locks, Farmington, Bristol, Middletown, Glastonbury, East Hampton, Manchester, Watertown, Southington, Thomaston, Canby, Harwinton, Putnam, Deep River, Storrs Mansfield, Higganum, Plainville, Canton, Litchfield, Canaan, Sharon, Vernon Rockville, Jewett City, Gales Ferry, Old Lyme, Goshen, Danielson, Lakeville, Niantic, Killingworth, Stafford Springs, Lebanon, Pawcatuck, Quinebaug, Coventry, Dayton, Colchester, Norfolk, Canterbury, Clinton, Essex, Kent, Zion, Moodus, Washington.
Time Zone & Current Time
The 860 area code lies within the Eastern Standard Time (or EST). The current time in Eastern Standard Time is 07:59 PM on 11/29/2015.
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Torrington, Hartford, Norwich, Willimantic, New Milford, Simsbury and Windsor
About Torrington, CT
Torrington is the largest city in Litchfield County, Connecticut and the northwestern Connecticut region. It is also the core city of the largest micropolitan area in the United States. The city population was 36,383 according to the 2010 census. Torrington is a former mill town, as are most other towns along the Naugatuck River Valley. It is currently competing with the neighboring city of Winsted to recreate a pleasant Main Street environment. Downtown Torrington is home to the [http://www.nutmegconservatory.org/index.html Nutmeg Conservatory for the Arts], which trains ballet dancers and whose Company performs in the Warner Theatre, a 1,700 seat auditorium restored in 2002 to its original 1931 glory. The theater, while originally built as a cinema by the Warner Brothers film studio, has been reborn as a performing arts venue and arts instruction organization, and will serve as a cornerstone of the city's downtown revitalization project. Downtown Torrington also hosts the largest Lodge of Elks in New England. [http://www.torringtonelks.com Elks Lodge #372] supports many community activities and events. The daily newspaper in town is The Register Citizen, a Journal Register Company publication that serves Torrington and Winsted, in addition to most of the Northwest Corner. Charlotte Hungerford Hospital has also developed into an important health care resource for the area. In 2008, Torrington was named by Bizjournals as the number one "Dreamtown" (micropolitan statistical area) out of ten in the United States to live in.