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  • READER SUBMITTED: Seventeen College-Bound Hartford Youth Honored

    Youth, parents, and the community are continuously impacted by the Wilson-Gray YMCA Youth & Family Center's Y Achievers Program because it promotes leadership, responsibility, community involvement, and high expectations of all. The Wilson-Gray Y held its...
  • Regional Digest: UHart's Blood Gets 5-Year Deal

    Blood Gets 5-Year Deal After leading the University of Hartford baseball team to a school-record 31 wins this season, third-year coach Justin Blood has signed a five-year contract through the 2019 season. Blood led Hartford to its first appearance in the...
  • Two Days of Fun To Celebrate Muzzy Field's Centennial

    Two Days of Fun To Celebrate Muzzy Field's Centennial
    BRISTOL — Many ballparks of the same era were turned into rubble years ago, but the city's beloved Muzzy Field has endured since Woodrow Wilson was president. As Muzzy marks its 100th year this summer, residents plan a series of festivities on...
  • Project Concern: A School Busing Experiment That Changed Lives

    Project Concern: A School Busing Experiment That Changed Lives
    The voluntary busing program was pitched in 1966 as a two-year experiment for the underprivileged elementary school children of Hartford. "The initial reaction was fast and negative," the associate dean of the school of education at the University of...
  • 'Sundays at 4' Pop-up Art Gallery Launches New Season

    'Sundays at 4' Pop-up Art Gallery Launches New Season
    Up and coming young artists and musicians are finding a new venue to showcase their talents, as the monthly "Sundays at 4" pop-up art gallery launched its first show of its second season on June 8. "Last year was the pilot year," said Chris Silver,...
  • Regional Digest: Rock Cats' Rogers Strikes Out 11

    Rock Cats' Rogers Fans 11 Starter Taylor Rogers had a career-high 11 strikeouts in the Rock Cats' 3-1 win over the Altoona Curve Wednesday afternoon at New Britain Stadium. The lefthander worked eight innings, scattering six hits, and allowing just one...
  • Scholarships awarded

    ENFIELD- The GFWC/The Woman's Club of Enfield, has awarded the following scholarships: Stephanie Wence, a student at The University of Hartford, received $1,000, and Britney Kaplan, a UConn Law School student, was awarded $800, from the Rose Boulanger...
  • Jazz at 226

    WINDSOR- Saxophonist and composer Mike Casey will perform with his duo@226, Saturday, June 28, at 7 p.m. at 226 Broad Street, Windsor. Tickets are $15 and are available on line at 226jazz.org or at 230 Broad Street. Information is available by calling...
  • Farmington's Sunken Garden Poetry Festival Draws Nationally Acclaimed Poets

    Farmington's Sunken Garden Poetry Festival Draws Nationally Acclaimed Poets
    FARMINGTON — The annual Sunken Garden Poetry Festival is currently underway and there are three more opportunities to see renowned poets read their works in the historic garden at the Hill-Stead Museum. "This is a unique festival throughout the...
  • Barbara Gilbert To Retire After 40 Years With Town Of Rocky Hill

    ROCKY HILL – It was the winter of 1974 and Barbara Gilbert, a young, stay-at-home mom, was looking for something to do to help pass the time. A friend said the town needed someone who knew shorthand to take minutes at council meetings. "I was just...
  • Lists, Trivia And Fun Facts From Round 2 Of The Travelers

    The Daily List: Playing Hooky A lot of golf fans obviously took the day off from work Friday, because attendance at TPC River Highlands was terrific. The first sign that Round 2 would be played in front of large galleries? The traffic jam that extended a...