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  • Youth group's efforts advance construction of Navajo hogan

    Youth group's efforts advance construction of Navajo hogan
    Traveling to Utah to help build a traditional Navajo structure was a learning experience for a group of young people from a Hinsdale church, but the project is far from done. A group of about 50 young people and adults from Grace Episcopal Church of...
  • Summerfest celebration

    STAFFORD – This year's Summerfest celebration will take place on Saturday, July 5 (rain date July 6) from 3 to 9 p.m. at Hyde Park in downtown Stafford. Fireworks will take place at 9:30 p.m. at Stafford High School. This year's celebration will...
  • 'Back On Track': A Town Struggles For Revival

    'Back On Track': A Town Struggles For Revival
    Many people in North Canaan say the town is flagging badly and needs a lift. Some say sure, it has its share of problems but no more of a crisis than towns across America that struggle to revive Main Street commerce. Mary Monnier puts up "North Canaan -...
  • Orlando celebrates Civil Rights Act with eye on the future

    Orlando celebrates Civil Rights Act with eye on the future
    The city of Orlando celebrated the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 on Monday with one eye on the past and a focus on the future. "In this city, we value diversity," said Mayor Buddy Dyer. "Today we celebrate the 50th...
  • FATHER NELSON PINDER: He was prepared to die

    FATHER NELSON PINDER: He was prepared to die
    Father Nelson Pinder was in Chicago when news broke that the bodies of three missing civil-rights workers were found shot and buried in an earthen dam outside a rural community in Mississippi. An Episcopal priest, Pinder was 31 at the time, a veteran...
  • On This Date In Glastonbury History: A Wild Funeral After The Loss Of A Teen

    On This Date In Glastonbury History: A Wild Funeral After The Loss Of A Teen
    GLASTONBURY — Funerals and obituaries have always been a hallmark of The Hartford Courant over its 250 years in existence. But it is hard to top the story from June 29, 1914 Courant and the coverage of a funeral for a 16-year-old Glastonbury girl...
  • Labyrinths: Getting Somewhere By Going In Circles

    If you think you can't get anywhere by going in circles, you haven't walked a labyrinth. Wisdom House Retreat and Conference Center in Litchfield claims to have opened Connecticut's first outdoor labyrinth in 1997. Now there are many of them scattered...
  • Police Files for July 10

    Park Avenue: A caller reported damage to lights and a plant in the 400 block at 9:39 a.m. Monday. South Coast Highway: A caller reported a purse stolen in the 2900 block at 1:53 p.m. Monday. Fourth Avenue and Coast Highway: A caller reported women...
  • READER SUBMITTED: New Pastor Appointed At Allen Chapel AME Church Hartford

    At the 1st Episcopal District Annual Planning Meeting of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, Bishop Gregory G.M. Ingram appointed Rev. Kahlil G. James as Pastor for Allen Chapel African Methodist Church located at 2233 Main St. Hartford. Rev. James...
  • READER SUBMITTED: St. Peter's Episcopal Church Chicken Barbeque

    St. Peter's Episcopal Church, 30 Church St. (Rt. 85), Hebron, will be holding its monthly dinner on Saturday, July 12, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. (or until we are sold-out). The menu will include barbequed chicken, fresh corn-the-cob, coleslaw, macaroni...
  • A spiritual journey: Whitehall man, 79, completes 500-mile pilgrimage

    It was a trip filled with symbols: a scallop shell representing the ancient routes through Spain, a bright yellow arrow tacked to trees offering pilgrims direction. For Steve Mavin of Whitehall Township, the trip itself was a symbol. Mavin, who just...