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  • Union To Picket Contractor At Raymond Library Job Site

    EAST HARTFORD — A Glastonbury contractor with a history of labor law violations is working on the Raymond Memorial Library renovation and expansion project, according to the New England Regional Council of Carpenters. The union is planning to...
  • East Hartford Farmers' Market open every Friday

    Nothing says summer like fresh, locally-grown produce, and for the 23rd year, the East Hartford Farmers' Market has been providing just that to local shoppers. Farms from East Hartford, Manchester and Tolland set up an array of Connecticut-grown fresh...
  • Feds: 'Worn-Out' Harness Led To 2012 Parasailing Death Of Wethersfield Woman

    Feds: 'Worn-Out' Harness Led To 2012 Parasailing Death Of Wethersfield Woman
    During the final moments that Kathleen Miskell lived, she and her husband were excited — riding together hip-to-hip, soaking in the sights while parasailing off the coast of Pompano Beach. But the bird's-eye view turned deadly for the Wethersfield...
  • Driver In East Hartford Crash Recovering At Hartford Hospital

    EAST HARTFORD — The driver who crashed into a parked car last week, pushing it into a house on High Street, remained hospitalized Monday although she is no longer in the intensive care unit, police said. The driver was Stephanie Gray, 21, and her...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Four SMSA Students Win Ronald Reagan Student Leader Award

    Two graduating seniors and two rising seniors at Sport and Medical Sciences Academy (SMSA) received The Ronald Reagan Student Leader Award, recognizing outstanding students whose successes as leaders and scholars exemplify the legacy of the 40th President...
  • Scouting A UConn Opponent: UCF

    As training camp and the season draw near, we look at a UConn football opponent through the eyes of a beat writer who covers that team. Here we look at UCF, and the writer is Shannon Owens of the Orlando Sentinel. UConn plays UCF on Nov. 1 at Rentschler...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Watkinson Student and Bloomfield Resident Selected for Sustainable Gardening Project

    Watkinson School in Hartford congratulates Rosemarie Ayala Soto '15, of East Hartford, and Al-Malik Williams'16, of Bloomfield, for being named the Summer 2014 Garden Interns. The interns are working long summer hours in both the school's 14-bed community...
  • READER SUBMITTED: "MY FAIR LADY"

    EAST HARTFORD SUMMER YOUTH FESTIVAL celebrating its 50th year presents "MY FAIR LADY" on August 1st , 2nd and 3rd. Book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe. Adapted by George Bernard Shaw's play and Gabriel Pascal's motion picture...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Water @ 226

    The newest exhibition Water @226 in Windsor features the work of three Connecticut visual artists; Holly Pelton, Luciana Heineman and Linda Lilling. The show opens with a public reception on August 7 from 5-7 PM and runs until September 14th. Work can...
  • Pro-Am: Hearst Preps For Leadership Role

    WATERBURY — Tom Moore did not name a captain for any of his first seven seasons as Quinnipiac men's basketball coach. Why? Basically, Moore said, anyone given that honor has to be just about perfect. "And that's impossible," he said. "We've had...
  • Return To The Rivers: Connecticut's Waterways Reflect The State's History

    Return To The Rivers: Connecticut's Waterways Reflect The State's History
    The widely held assumption that Connecticut was complete wilderness when the first European settlers arrived in the early 17th Century is belied by what archaeologists have found along the state's rivers. "It was not wilderness," said Nicholas...