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Clark University sophomores Emilie Lomas from Manhattan, left, Hallie St. Germain from West Hartford, Conn., and Lily Scheindlin from Brookline pose for a photo holding plastic bags containing their results from the Zero Waste Challange.
The developers of a proposed 117-room boutique hotel on Raymond Road submitted their zoning applications to the town on Wednesday, moving the hotel one step closer to being built.
The egg hunt is split into waves for ages two, three, and four, and grades one and two.
A 74-year-old man was pulled unconscious from a burning house at 15 Brainard Road on Thursday afternoon and was rushed away in an ambulance, a fire official and neighbors said.
Murray Tinkelman is surrounded at all times by cowboys, Indians, Dracula, Frankenstein, cool cars, Ferris wheels, roller coasters, hot dog stands, his favorite baseball players and bizarre animal-machine hybrids.
Written by David Gurliacci Anna Capobianco, a grade 9-12 English teacher in West Hartford, was named one of 97 "Connecticut Dream Team" teachers.
Deputy Mayor Shari Cantor has been elected to the Foodshare board of directors, the greater Hartford food bank announced Tuesday.
Attorneys for the parents of Justina Pelletier have filed a request that the 15-year-old girl be released from the custody of Massachusetts and returned to her family.
According to the official website of the National Association of the Deaf, the period of March 13-April 15, which was first recognized by the American Library Association in 2006 as National Deaf History Month, is a time to reflect and celebrate the achievements of those who have 'advanced the civil, human, and linguistic rights throughout our ... (more)
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.
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.
Hall High School seniors in the global problem solving course are trying to change the world, and they want to show the community how they plan to do it.
Downed power lines at Farmington Avenue and Pleasant Street just west of West Hartford center have knocked out power to a significant portion of the town and darkened traffic lights along Farmington Avenue.
Follow Your Town News On The Courant's West Hartford Facebook Page Get Traffic Mobile Text AlertsWEST HARTFORD - Downed power lines at Farmington Avenue and Pleasant Street just west of West Hartford center have knocked out power to a significant portion of the town and darkened traffic lights along Farmington Avenue.