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  • An Eclectic Patron Of The Arts In Hartford

     An Eclectic Patron Of The Arts In Hartford
    For several decades, Sally Dun was a modern day Medici — a patron of the arts in Hartford rather than Florence. She lent her support to the symphony, the opera, TheaterWorks, the Wadsworth Atheneum and, especially, the Hartford Ballet. Though...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Local Student Nominated For Junior National Young Leaders Conference

    Congratulations to Manchester Public Schools' student, William Burke who was recently nominated to attend the Junior National Youth Leaders Conference. This comprehensive week-long conference is sponsored by Envision, a leading experiential education...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Travelers Employee Selected As Chair Of The 2014 American Heart Association Walk

    The American Heart Association, the largest voluntary health organization fighting heart disease and other cardiovascular diseases, announces Greg Toczydlowski of Travelers as Chair of the 2014 Greater Hartford Heart Walk. The 2014 Heart Walk will take...
  • Hockanum River 'Pull For Nature' Postponed

    Hockanum River 'Pull For Nature' Postponed
    EAST HARTFORD — Plans to remove water chestnut, an invasive species, from the Hockanum River behind town hall have been postponed because the plants are too small right now for effective removal. Cynthia Boettner, coordinator of the Invasive...
  • East Hartford Man Shot, Killed In Parking Lot Dispute

     East Hartford Man Shot, Killed In Parking Lot Dispute
    EAST HARTFORD — A 44-year-old man was shot and killed outside the local VFW post on Main Street Wednesday night after a confrontation with a man in the parking lot, according to police and the victim's girlfriend. The killing was the first homicide...
  • East Hartford Resident Honored For Her Determination

    East Hartford Resident Honored For Her Determination
    MANCHESTER — Even with a 2 1/2 hour commute on public buses, East Hartford resident Elise Hernandez has never been late for work at the Goodwill Manchester Superstore. She hasn't asked to leave early in the nine months she's worked there. She's...
  • Parks and Rec. hosts 'Camp Munchkin'

    Although it was only 11 a.m. on Monday, June 30, the 26 students at the East Hartford Parks and Recreation Department's Camp Munchkin had already made crafts, worked on their motor skills, done some school work, played games and had a snack. "Now they...
  • Hillstown Grange offers garden tips and two contests

    After enjoying a salad of fresh greens and other vegetables from Hillstown Grange members' gardens, talk at the group's recent meeting turned to the benefits of growing your own food and the best methods for doing so. The Hillstown Grange 87 in East...
  • East Hartford Has Signups For School Supplies, Winter Coats

    EAST HARTFORD — Residents may sign up their school-aged children for school supplies and winter coats this month, said the town's social services division. The back-to-school programs provides new, grade-appropriate school supplies to children...
  • Bliss Market In Wethersfield Closes

    Bliss Market In Wethersfield Closes
    WETHERSFIELD — Bliss Market, a grocery and fine food store in business since the 1930s, has closed and is unlikely to reopen, Planning and Economic Development Director Peter Gillespie said Wednesday. "It's disappointing, given the history of the...
  • East Hartford Cooling Centers

    EAST HARTFORD — Due to anticipated hot weather and extreme humidity, the town is designating three public buildings as cooling centers for residents in need of relief from the heat. The South End Senior Center, 70 Canterbury Street, will be open...