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  • Farmington Church Music Director Celebrating Half Century Of 'Joyful Noise'

    Farmington Church Music Director Celebrating Half Century Of 'Joyful Noise'
    In this season of Thanksgiving, the oldest Congregational church in this historic town is grateful for something few churches ever see: an organist and choir director still raising a "joyful noise" in his 50th year at the job. Minister of music Edward...
  • Yale Ends Hartford's Winning Streak

    NEW HAVEN — The best start in the University of Hartford's history in Division I men's basketball was halted thanks to a dominant second-half stretch by Yale on Sunday afternoon at Payne Whitney Gym. The Bulldogs turned a one-basket lead at halftime...
  • Hawks Roll Over Emerson For 5th Straight Victory

    WEST HARTFORD — The University of Hartford men's basketball team knocked off Emerson College 83-50 Friday night at the Chase Family Arena. Posting its largest margin of victory (33 points) with four players putting up double figures, the Hawks...
  • Hartford Women Lose First Game Of Cancun Challenge

    The University of Hartford women's basketball team dropped its opening game of the Cancun Challenge 53-43 to the Furman Paladins on Thursday in Riviera Maya, Mexico. Leading the Hawks was senior forward Cherelle Moore, who had a double-double with 13...
  • McCormack To Run 50th Consecutive Manchester Road Race

    McCormack To Run 50th Consecutive Manchester Road Race
    Dennis McCormack first started running the Manchester Road Race when he was 14. He was a freshman on the cross country team at East Catholic High School. He wore black Converse sneakers. It was 1965. His family always went to watch the race, so he might...
  • Hartford Library Celebration Launching 'Hartford Through Time'

    Hartford Library Celebration Launching  'Hartford Through Time'
    A free celebration at the Hartford Public Library will launch "Hartford Through Time" ($22.95), a book published by the library's Hartford History Center. The launch party will be held Wednesday, Dec. 3 at 5:30 p.m. at the Center, 500 Main St., Hartford....
  • Dad's Suicide Spurs UHart Runner To Make A Difference

    HARTFORD — Haley Rice was 14 years old when her father killed himself. It happened Nov. 28, the day after Thanksgiving and two days before her birthday. Rice is now a senior at the University of Hartford. She is a co-captain of the cross country...
  • Taking Hartford's Simmering Pots To A Boil

    Architects and planners like grand schemes. "Make no little plans," counseled Chicago architect Daniel Burnham just over a century ago. But maybe today we need to think differently about a city like Hartford, whose future might lie in thousands of...
  • CT Valley Garden Club Set To Celebrate Fundraiser In Hartford

    CT Valley Garden Club Set To Celebrate Fundraiser In Hartford
    If you need some holiday or special occasion table inspiration, get down to the Town & County Club today. The rooms and rooms of beautiful tablescapes ranging from circus-inspired "Circo" theme complete with striped tent, golden peanuts and lush Duralee...
  • Local Bands Get Tintype Photo Treatment For YouTube Series

    Local Bands Get Tintype Photo Treatment For YouTube Series
    Bands are used to the drill by now: take a few promotional photos (smiling, serious, pouty, ready to bust some heads) and put them on your press-kit page, so a club owner (or journalist) can put images with the sounds. iPhones and inexpensive digital...
  • Report: 25 Percent Of Connecticut Households Above Federal Poverty Level But Struggle To Meet Basic Needs

    Report: 25 Percent Of Connecticut Households Above Federal Poverty Level But Struggle To Meet Basic Needs
    About a quarter of Connecticut households are above the federal poverty level but have earnings or retirement income that is barely enough to meet basic necessities, the Connecticut United Ways say in a new report. The income threshold varies by...