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Hartford accounting firm Whittlesey & Hadley, founded in 1961 as a solo practice on Lewis Street, will expand geographically for the first time by acquiring a competitor in western Massachusetts.
5 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
7 hrs ago | CTNow.com
In a repeated leg extension above her head, Hanna Holcomb grasps her ankle and halts dramatically, punctuating the lyrical grace that flows in the pas de deux she is rehearsing with fellow principal dancer Eric Carnes at the Albano Ballet Company in Hartford.
10 hrs ago | Insurance Journal West
William Kelly, who was a vice president at the Hartford, Connecticut-based insurer, was terminated last week, he said by phone, declining to comment further.
At least a dozen former FUSE employees, including ex-CEO Michael M. Sharpe, have filed for unemployment benefits from the government-subsidized Jumoke Academy charter school group.
The Connecticut Science Center will once again be partnering with the Hartford Public Library this summer to make science learning available to Hartford residents for free through the month of August.
Eighteen dollars a week, before taxes, seems pretty puny, but Maribel Saez, a home health care worker for the past seven years, is appreciative.
Dad delivers baby into toilet A Connecticut man delivered his daughter into a toilet at home when his wife suddenly went into labor.
With a class of nearly 50 students - many of whom live in poverty and travel long distances to attend school - and a classroom without any projectors or computers, Candide Ingabire faces challenges every day she teaches English at a secondary school in Rwanda.
Hartford police are investigating one of their own, who's been forced to turn in his gun and badge and stay away from police headquarters.
When Emily Borders reached the sidewalk after rappelling Tuesday morning down the Hilton Hartford, she waved to cheering well-wishers and didn't hold back about what it was like going over the edge of the 22-story hotel.
An unpublished letter from Abraham Lincoln dated 1860 reveals the future president as a "nervous" man not entirely comfortable with his budding fame.
Vibrant music, food and culture take center stage as the ninth annual Taste of the Caribbean and Jerk Festival takes over Hartford's Mortensen Riverfront Plaza Saturday, Aug. 2 The family-friendly event showcases Caribbean cuisine, with such specialties as jerk chicken, fish and pork; curried goat; fish cakes; oxtail; rice and peas; Jamaican ... (more)
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