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  • CITY'S GLARING REFLECTION: Police Chief's Harsh Words Spark Examination Of Hartford's Heart, Soul And Character

    Police Chief Daryl Roberts' declaration that Hartford has become toxic in its level of incivility sparked anger, questions and introspection Thursday as leaders and residents wondered if the capital city has reached some sort of tipping point. While some...
  • Knox Parks Foundation: Garden Giants

    Knox Parks Foundation: Garden Giants
    Chugging along the streets of Hartford in his dusty Ford truck, Ron Pitz can't seem to go a block without hitting upon a patch of land touched, in one way or another, by the Knox Parks Foundation. Evergreen planters line Bushnell Park. A community garden...
  • Saturday, June 5 - Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure @ Bushnell Park - Hartford, CT

  • Saturday, June 5 - Connecticut Pride 2010 @ Bushnell Park - Hartford, CT

  • Metromix.com: Black-eyed Blues Fest in Bushnell Park

  • Hartford

    Hartford
    ORIGINS: Settled in 1633 as a Dutch trading post called House of Hope. Founded in 1635 by a group of settlers from Massachusetts led by the Rev. Thomas Hooker. NAME: Originally called Newtown, it was named Hartford in 1637 after Hertford, England. DID...
  • Max's O'Hartford 5K & Wee Mile

    Downtown Hartford streets will be running with green on Sunday, March 15, for the "Max's O'Hartford 5K & Wee Mile." Nearly 2,000 runners and walkers are expected to compete in the annual event,with many participants dressed in their finest - or most...
  • Walk CT

    Talking the talk at the State Capitol is kind of boring. Walking the walk outside the Capitol, much better. Literally and figuratively the non-profit Connecticut Forest and Park Association is taking steps to promote healthy living. On-line and on the...
  • Christmas Viewed In Prism Of Time

    The color of Christmas has been green for centuries -- long before retailers went boom or bust from their holiday sales. Decking the halls with boughs of holly came long before department store Santas. ``The connotation of hope and renewal is represented...
  • A Civil Day For Gays

    From Hartford, where carnations and applause greeted newly joined couples, to tiny Washington, where two women who have been together for 38 years celebrated with cake and champagne, gays and lesbians ushered in Connecticut's landmark civil union law on...