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3 hrs ago | State of Connecticut
The Police Officer Standards and Training Council proudly announces the graduation of Recruit Class #345. The class of 43 Recruits, representing 25 Municipal Police Departments, Southern Connecticut State University Police, and the Connecticut Department of A graduation ceremony will be held at Central Connecticut State University's Welte Hall in New Britain on Wednesday, September 17, 2014 at 6:00 pm.
8 hrs ago | Patch.com
New Britain and Hartford police are asking for the public to help them locate a Hartford man accused of sexual assault and robbery out of New Britain. New Britain police began investigating on Sept.
8 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
A Hartford man considered a danger to the public by police is wanted in connection with a sexual assault of a woman earlier this month, police said. Antonio Ponder, 24, of Edwards St. in Hartford, was identified as a suspect into an investigation of a report of a sexual assault and robbery on Sept.
9 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
The Charter Oak Cultural Center in Hartford is presenting the first Feminist Film Festival Thursday to Saturday, Sept. 18 to 20, at three venues in Hartford and New Britain.
17 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
The Foodshare program has helped the Fountain of Life Community Church buy a new upright freezer that will enable it to continue providing meat to low-income city residents. "The Fountain of Life Community Church distributes food to the people of New Britain," Foodshare said in a statement.
15. The bonds will advance refund certain outstanding bonds of the city and will provide upfront savings to the city. In addition Fitch downgrades to 'BBB+' from 'A+' the rating on the city's outstanding GO bonds as listed at the end of this press release.
The CT Siting Council and concerned citizens tour the old Seaside Park landfill, site of United Illuminating's proposed solar power generation complex, in Bridgeport, Conn. on Thursday, September 11, 2014.
An elaborate Oktoberfest celebration is planned downtown for the Sept. 12 to 14 weekend, with live entertainment, food and children's activities.
The 2014 season will be Mike Berardino's second as Twins beat writer for the Pioneer Press. He made it through the record cold of his first Minnesota winter by hibernating in his basement and tweeting winter-ball stats for hours at a time.
It's 1965. You ease down into the low-slung monster, sliding your penny loafers deep into the footwells.
Literacy Volunteers of Central Connecticut seeks volunteer tutors from the city, Bristol and adjoining towns to work with adult students whose first language isn't English. The training will be on English literacy skills once a week for two hours in a small group.
In the history of urban America, the phenomena of ethnic enclaves have continually played a role in helping ease the process of assimilation for newly arrived immigrants. Often denoted by overtly ethnic designations such as 'Little Italy', 'Germantown', 'Chinatown', or the 'Emerald Mile', ethnic conclaves have traditionally been recognized as urban neighborhoods where culturally distinct communities maintain ways of life that are separate from those of the generally larger communities around them.
The Dozynki features rides, games, Polish foods, polka bands and more. It runs from noon to 10 on Sept.
New Britain Mayor Erin Stewart has a laugh with city councilman Carlo Carlozzi Jr. after a ground-breaking ceremony for Costco's warehouse store in New Britain on a portion of the Stanley Golf Course. The new store is expected to employ 225 people when it opens.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 07:03 pm
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