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Hartford (Hartford, Connecticut)

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  • East Hartford Claims Gold Medals In Dragon Boat Races

    EAST HARTFORD — The way some in East Hartford remember it, the town's dragon boat team won a gold medal during the races at the Dragon Boat and Asian Festival two years ago. But the reality was this: A competitor pointed out that of the five...
  • Save money on back-to-school shopping at consignment stores

    Why shop consignment for back-to-school? As Again! Again! owner Laura Kobylanski points out, there are many good reasons. Kobylanski's shop is located in Colchester, and carries gently-used children's clothing size preemie to junior, shoes size 0...
  • Chicago Comes To Central Connecticut

    NEW BRITAIN - The musical Chicago comes to central Connecticut Aug. 22 to Sept. 7 with performances at the Repertory Theatre. The Connecticut Theatre Company describes the show as "a story of murder, greed, corruption and 'All That Jazz.' "  Chicago...
  • Pelto Sweating Out Signature Count, Says He May Sue If Denied Ballot Access

    HARTFORD — Third-party gubernatorial hopeful Jonathan Pelto said Tuesday that he may go to court if he fails to win a place on the Nov. 4 election ballot because of local voting officials' unjustified rejection of signatures he and his supporters...
  • Man Took Drugs Before Fatally Slashing Infant, Police Say

    Man Took Drugs Before Fatally Slashing Infant, Police Say
    BRISTOL — Arthur Hapgood Sr. stepped outside 211 Park St. on Monday evening to smoke some marijuana, and when he returned, he was a changed man, witnesses told police. He was making bizarre comments, waving his arms and yelling, and then started...
  • Hartford Fifth-Graders Improve In Science; High School Scores Lag

    Hartford Fifth-Graders Improve In Science; High School Scores Lag
    HARTFORD — Newly released science scores from the state's 2014 standardized exams indicate a trend of improvement for Hartford fifth-graders — and an ongoing struggle in the subject for the city's high school sophomores, according to state...
  • 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...
  • Art Institute painting gets postage stamp treatment

    Art Institute painting gets postage stamp treatment
    Being enshrined on a postage stamp is not what it used to be in the days when people would argue vigorously over which pop-culture figures were or were not appropriate for this quasi-governmental honor. But we still pay attention, not because stamps are...
  • 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...
  • Baby's Death Renews Spotlight On 'Safe Haven' Law

    HARTFORD — After the death of an abandoned baby in East Hartford, state officials are reminding troubled parents of the Safe Haven law, which shields parents from prosecution if they surrender a baby under 30 days old at a hospital emergency room....
  • READER SUBMITTED: Chrysalis Center Creates A Food Forest

    Can you imagine eating your way through a forest of healthy food? As part of Chrysalis Center's ongoing commitment to creating innovative approaches to helping people overcome hunger and poverty, the social services agency becomes the first organization...