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Hartford (Hartford, Connecticut)

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  • Thumbs Down On CL&P Hike, Up On Health Site Guru

    Thumbs down to Connecticut Light & Power for proposing an outrageous increase in its fixed monthly customer charge. It's suggesting a 59 percent hike in its flat-rate service charge. What?! That would increase a consumer's bill by $114 per year, hiking it...
  • Hartford Superintendent To Teachers: Be 'All-In' For Students

    Hartford Superintendent To Teachers: Be 'All-In' For Students
    HARTFORD — Addressing all the city's teachers for the first time Monday, Superintendent Beth Schiavino-Narvaez called on them to be "all-in" for students — to be advocates and mentors to Hartford children and teens — while promising to...
  • Regional Digest: Rock Cats Lose To Mets 4-1

    Rock Cats Lose To Mets The Binghamton Mets got three runs in the eighth inning to break a 1-1 tie and take the lead for good in a 4-1 win over the Rock Cats in Binghamton, N.Y., Monday night. New Britain's only run came in the sixth when SS Jorge Polanco...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Dance Faculty Member Receives

    Ballet Theatre Company is proud to have faculty member Thomas Giroir be awarded with one of three 2014 Connecticut Dance Alliance Achievement in Dance awards. Giroir has been recognized for his achievements in teaching and dance photography. Giroir...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Hartford Hospital's Institute Of Living Open House For New Resource Center

    Hartford Hospital's Institute of Living (IOL) invites the community at large to visit the new on-campus home of its Family Resource Center (FRC) and ACCESS-Mental Health Connecticut program during an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday,...
  • Possible Downtown North Developer Is Potential Buyer Of Windsor Street Property

    Possible Downtown North Developer Is Potential Buyer Of Windsor Street Property
    HARTFORD — Centerplan Development Co., part of a partnership hoping to develop Downtown North, moved to buy a key building in the area soon after plans for a minor league ballpark were announced. The pending sale of the Windsor Street building &#...
  • Bloomfield Event Encourages Hiring People With Disabilities

    BLOOMFIELD -- Beer and business. That's the theme of Thursday's Best Practices and Brew Party at the Thomas Hooker Brewery in Bloomfield. The event is sponsored by the Connecticut Business Leadership Network, a coalition of more than 250 members and...
  • New Britain Rock Cats Defeat Altoona Curve 12-0

    Rock Cats Win 12-0 The New Britain Rock Cats exploded for 14 hits in a 12-0 win over the Altoona Curve in Altoona, Pa., on Sunday. College Soccer A first-half goal from Rachel Hill and a late winner from Samantha McGuire helped the UConn women's soccer...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Rest, Recharge, Rejuvenate At Women's Wellness Weekend Retreat

    A Wellness Retreat is being offered to women from Sept. 19-21. Taking place in the peaceful and scenic Connecticut River valley, this Retreat will offer guided meditation, yoga, community acupuncture, self care, emotional freedom technique as well as...
  • Dave Chappelle Returns To Hartford, Performs Before Supportive Crowd

    Dave Chappelle Returns To Hartford, Performs Before Supportive Crowd
    A year after he walked off the stage after being heckled and booed — and later quipped he hoped a nuclear bomb would land in Hartford — comedian Dave Chappelle returned to the Xfinity Theatre as a surprise addition to Saturday night’s...
  • More Money, Effort Needed To Combat Human Sex Trafficking In The State

    NEW HAVEN — Connecticut is far ahead of many states in dealing with child sex trafficking but still needs more money to train police, teachers and first responders to recognize and understand the problem, experts said Monday. Several of the...