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3 hrs ago | Daily Kos
For those who think racism died in the 60's, here is good slap of reality proving it's quite alive, and kicking.
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7 hrs ago | Connecticut Post
'Anina,' an animated film from Uruguay, is part of a special program of international children's films being presented at Real Art Ways in Hartford.
7 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
Amy Archer-Gilligan reacted calmly to her arrest. "I will prove my innocence, if it takes my last mill," she told the arresting officers.
7 hrs ago | Connecticut Post
Parents who are looking to expand their children's movie-going horizons beyond "Rio 2" can check out a wide variety of new international family films at Real Art Ways in Hartford.
8 hrs ago | Patch.com
Kristen Grabowski, a Tolland fifth-grade teacher, has been named as one of 97 "Connecticut Dream Team" teachers who will learn more about teaching aligned with Common Core education standards, then spread the word to other teachers.
13 hrs ago | The Day
The U.S. Department of Energy will host a public meeting in Hartford Monday to examine energy infrastructure constraints in New England and regional approaches to addressing them.
An East Hartford man was sentenced to three years in prison and 10 years of probation Tuesday for repeatedly sexually assaulting a neighbor.
Families purchase shares of produce that is either picked up or delivered to them, fresh from the farm, each week during the growing season.
Jasmine Marino-Fiandaca, a self-described "girl next door," is challenging stereotypes regarding sex slavery victims in hopes of raising awareness about the dehumanizing industry that changed the trajectory of her life when she was just 19 years old.
Hartford, April 14 - The Arthritis Foundation, New England Region has named four your old Leah as ambassador of the 2014 Hartford Walk to Cure Arthritis.
District administrators presented a $423 million budget Tuesday night that would add about 50 full-time positions to the city schools, including an English Language Learner coach, a special education director, a technology manager and an internship coordinator for high school students.
End Hunger Connecticut!, a statewide anti-hunger and food security organization, with headquarters in Hartford, today announced the addition of four new Board members: Dr. Madhu Mather, Nicole Berube, Monica Stellmacher and Camille Livsey.
Just in time for Earth Day , reuse and recycle take on an artistic aspect at Hartford's City Hall on Saturday night, April 19, during the Fourth annual Hartford Trashion Fashion Show.
Former Major League Baseball player Doug Glanville's essay saying he was racially profiled in the driveway of his Hartford home has gone viral.
Guests at The New Children's Museum's Gala on May 15 can expect an experience beyond what one would expect at a typical fundraiser.
A 2-month-old child was critically injured Monday at a home at 798 Capitol Ave., police said.
Two months after nearly closing down, business is booming at the Crown Market in West Hartford as customers rushed to stock up on last-minute Passover supplies.