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Bloomfield (Hartford, Connecticut)

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  • READER SUBMITTED: Supreme Athlete Presents 2nd Annual Alumni Charity Flag Football Game

    The Supreme Athlete Mentoring Program (SAMP) will be hosting its 2nd Annual Charity Alumni Flag Football tournament at War Hawk Stadium, 5 Huckleberry Lane, Bloomfield, on Saturday, July 19, at Bloomfield High School from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. This is a...
  • Hooker Proposes Brewery, Restaurant Near Rock Cats Stadium

     Hooker Proposes Brewery, Restaurant Near Rock Cats Stadium
    HARTFORD — Bloomfield-based Hooker Brewing Co. will submit a bid to build a brewery and restaurant across from the proposed new minor league baseball stadium in the city, the company's owner said. Curt Cameron, the brewery's owner, is putting...
  • Wooden Criticizes Coleman For Newsletter Mailing

    HARTFORD — City Council President Shawn Wooden charged Wednesday that state Sen. Eric Coleman, D-2nd District, improperly used a taxpayer-funded newsletter for political purposes. Wooden is challenging Coleman in an Aug. 12 primary. The 2nd...
  • Teens Work To Cleanup Bloomfield Farm During Leadership Camp

    BLOOMFIELD — When the Wintonbury Land Trust became responsible for the maintenance of the Lisa Lane Farm in March, the property was in need of some serious cleaning up. Fortunately, Leadership Greater Hartford's Summer Nexus program stepped in...
  • Wrong Direction For West Middle School

    As a resident of Bloomfield who works in Hartford, I enter and leave the city by Asylum Avenue. For years, I have admired the handsome Georgian Colonial building (topped by a cupola) named West Middle School, with uniformed students and ever present...
  • Nearly Two Dozen Legislative Races Will Be Up For a Vote on Aug. 12

    The governor's and lieutenant governor's races have gotten most of the attention but there are at least 21 other primaries on Aug. 12. Included among them are several legislative races where Democrats face a challenge from within their party. One of...
  • 2013-14 Area High School Scholar-Athletes

    The Courant considers 75 high schools to be in its primary circulation area. The athletic department at each of those schools was asked to list the top male and female scholar athletes based on grade point average and athletic achievement for the entire...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Hartford Rotary Has A Banner Year

    This past year eleven new members were inducted into The Rotary Club of Hartford, a new Rotaract Club and scholarship program was started at Capital Community College, and a record breaking year of giving to the Rotary Foundation and the Polio Plus...
  • READER SUBMITTED: CRIS Radio Volunteers Honored At Governor's Mansion

    CRIS Radio volunteers were recently honored for their long-standing service at a reception held at the Governor's Mansion in Hartford. CRIS Radio, a 36-year old nonprofit and Connecticut's only radio reading service for people who are blind or print...
  • Heads Up Hartford Is A Summer Camp With A Mission

    Heads Up Hartford Is A Summer Camp With A Mission
    For most people the idea of summer camp conjures memories of sailing, hemp bracelets and late-night mischief, but for campers at Heads Up Hartford found a way to make their camp experience more meaningful. Founded in 2003 by the Rev. Denny Moon, who was...
  • 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...