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Many of Connecticut's agricultural producers may have spent this winter looking out over the landscape enveloped in Gore-tex, or from behind frost-covered windows as frigid temperatures blanketed the state, but they surely had smiles on their faces.
Bloomfield senior and scholar-athlete, Corrine Williams, has earned a full scholarship to play on Boston University's girls' basketball team.
TSgt Matthew Slaydon and his Fidelco Guide Dog "Legend," funded by the Newman's Own Foundation.
HARC, Inc. was delighted to have been invited to join in the 30-year celebration of one of its longest standing supported employment collaborators: the law firm of McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter .
The popular song and dance extravaganza is back! The 2014 production by stop/time dance theater, I'd Rather Be Dancing!, marks the return of the annual crowd pleaser that features the resident dance company at Playhouse on Park.
When Marcus Cooper left Bloomfield High School in 2008, he took his athletic accomplishments in track, football and basketball and some high hopes with him.
The Amistad Center for Art & Culture will host "A Taste of History," celebrating Black "history and herstory" through art, food, music and more, on March 31 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in downtown Hartford.
A casino official told legislators that failure to act on an Internet sweepstakes ban could violate the slot revenue agreement with the two tribal casinos in Connecticut.
The Friends of the Intensive Education Academy will host its annual Irish Night fundraiser on Saturday, March 14 in IEA's Ellen Jeanne Goldfarb Auditorium, located at 840 North Main Street, West Hartford .
Wiggin and Dana LLP is pleased to announce the expansion of its Intellectual Property practice with the addition of four new partners in its New York office: Joseph Casino, Michael Kasdan and Abraham Kasdan who previously practiced with Amster, Rothstein and Ebenstein, and Sapna Palla, who joins the firm from Kaye Scholer.
The chairman of the company that owns a building that will house a medical marijuana facility in Simsbury was recently sentenced in Massachusetts and indicted in Connecticut on wire and mail fraud charges.
Thanh Le worked in data entry for Bank of America for almost 23 years before she was laid off in 2011, and now relies on food stamps to help make ends meet.
The Bloomfield Leisure Services Department will host a meeting and focus group on the town's master parks plan Thursday, beginning at 6:30 p.m, at the Alvin & Beatrice Wood Human Services Center, 330 Park Ave. The master parks plan reviews existing parks and recreation assets to determine the desired level of services based on residents needs.